The W.I.N. Foundation
Where Healing Is Hip and Life Transformation & Empowerment Are Our Specialty
The W.I.N. Foundation (Women in Need) is a 501-C3 non-profit international organization (#33 0676865). From abuse recovery, to self-esteem enhancement, to destiny management (identifying your dreams, visions, and purpose), we offer classes, counseling, programs and conferences that empower you to become your personal best. We have been paving the way for healing and empowerment for women since 1996.
WIN was founded in 1996 by Dr. Tracy Kemble (Mrs. Globe 1996). Dr. Kemble is a noted author, an international television personality host, and the host of the television program, “Right Living© with Dr. Tracy Kemble,” a program geared toward emotional healing. Dr. Kemble founded the W.I.N. Foundation after personally living with the shame and secrets of domestic abuse. During that time she watched her hopes, dreams, and self-esteem die and result in deep depression and suicide. “After I left the abuse, I found that there was a big gap in the healing process. That is why I started W.I.N., to fill the gap in the healing cycle of abuse.”
Respected and Recognized
WIN is recognized and supported by world media and figures including Former First Lady of the United States Hillary Clinton, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and former congresswoman Mary Bono. Recognized as “an excellent role model of all concerned,” in 2004 WIN went to Bulgaria to meet with the Parliament and consulted on the first law for the protection of women.
Our International Fundraiser
What do the world of pageants and the world of abuse have in common? They are both misunderstood worlds. But every year the W.I.N. Foundation brings the two worlds together for one great cause – to raise funds to end the pain of abuse. Says founder of W.I.N. and Mrs. Globe 1996, Dr. Tracy Kemble, “Many people ask why I use a pageant to raise funds for our outreach. The truth is, I do not know how to run a golf tournament! Sometimes in life you must use what you are given. That is what I did.”
Dr. Tracy Kemble, who won the title of the Mrs. Globe 1996, took over the Mrs. Globe organization in 1996 and turned it into the primary fundraiser and voice for the W.I.N. Foundation. Mrs. Globe is a celebration of culture and charity. Each year we select a Mrs. Globe from participating countries. Mrs. Globe is the largest international pageant for married women in the world. Over 40 country delegates attend the event. Due to the Mrs. Globe and the Mrs. U.S. event, the message of hope and healing from the pains of abuse have extended borders around the world.