Born in South Philadelphia, Adrianne Dumpson-Diggs is a Christian, mother, wife, and nonprofit leader. The mother of three men (Dennis, Devin, and Dylan), Adrianne is an alumnus of Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, the nation’s first historically black college or university. In addition, she earned her master’s degree in Human Services at 40 years old while raising children, being a wife, and working full-time.
With more than 25 years of experience in the non-profit sector, child welfare, and parent support services Adrianne is a seasoned veteran in the human & social services profession. In 1991 she founded the Parent Support Center, a holistic wellness incubator and community resource for single parents, women, and young families for 13 years. Today she leads a team of social service professionals for a large public assistance institution that provides necessary economic support to growing families in Pennsylvania.
Adrianne resides in the Western Suburbs of Philadelphia with her husband, Robert, and children. It is also worth mentioning that she is the mother of the author, Dennis Maurice. When she is not entertaining, renovating her home, or being a strong rock for family, she enjoys the practice of actualizing self-empowerment and exploring methods in spiritual wellness. She is also a YouTube creator & food influencer at What Adrianne Thinks (be sure to Like, Comment, and Subscribe).