Rinsha Prophete is a Co-Founder of the Black Women Empower Collective. She serves as the Vendor Co-Coordinator and Sponsor/Community Partner Co-Coordinator. Rinsha is from St. Petersburg, FL and is representing BWEC Jacksonville. She currently works as an Allocation Analyst. She empowers Black women by being a source of motivation, support, and leading by example. Rinsha believes that lending an ear to listen to the goals and dreams of Black women is very important. Her goal is to always pay it forward in order to build Black women up. She realizes that working in corporate America, as a Black woman can be a challenge. She realizes that if she has to push herself to make way for future successful Black businesswomen, she will do it in a heartbeat. Rinsha is a member of Delta Sigma Pi International Business Fraternity where she has held positions as President and Senior Vice President for the Florida State University Chapter. She has been involved in the FSU Chapter of NAACP serving in positions such as President and 2nd Vice President. She mentors high school students through Take Stock in Children in the Jacksonville area and recently joined Noles in Action, a community service group. Her short-term goals are to work on her second degree and to learn more about the business corporate world. Her long-term goal is to become a CEO/Entrepreneur within the retail and arts industry.