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Jamii, Uplift and Cultivate our Community, Inc.


A Nonprofit Group Helping Adults and Children

Learn Something New

Our nonprofit organization started in 2018. At JAMII, Uplift and Cultivate our Community, Inc., we strive in helping children and adults in Laurens and Spartanburg, South Carolina. We’re always here to provide healthcare information to adults and to help children achieve academic success.

Dena Palmer, Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) is available to address educational and administration questions regarding the tutoring services and scholarships. Please contact us via email by submitting an inquiry under the contact us tab. We look forward to serving you.

 Dena Palmer, LMSW

Our Mission

Mission Statement: To work with communities to enhance  healthcare knowledge and assist students by helping them to succeed in school.

Meet Our Founder

About the Founder

My name is Tyrone G. Roberson Sr. I was born and raised in Spartanburg, S.C. and graduated from Spartanburg High School. After graduating, I served in the United States Army for 4 years 8 months. Once I discharged from the military, I attended Wichita State University where I received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As a RN, I provided care to critically ill patients, worked in multiple leadership roles and became a certified Cardiac/Vascular Nurse, Adult Critical-Care Nurse and Emergency Nurse. Several years later, I earned a Master’s in the Science of Nursing from the University of Cincinnati. Currently, I am working as a Nurse Practitioner and I am Board-Certified in Adult-Gerontology and Primary Care.

Our children’s success and health are two very important concerns of any community. I am looking forward to working with the community to assist in these two areas. I had the pleasure of tutoring elementary students in college and quickly recognized the need for tutoring. After speaking with members in our community, I realize our community could benefit from a tutoring program. Tutoring can be expensive that’s why we have decided to offer tutoring at no charge. While in the healthcare field over the last 24 years, I’ve noticed a knowledge gap between the healthcare provider and patient. My goal is to decrease the knowledge gap through education of health conditions, risk factors, diagnostic test and treatment options.

How We Tutor Children