Victoria Urban Outreach Tutoring Service 


VUOTS 1st Annual Entrepreneur Summit 


Honored Guests 



  Speaker & Host: Victoria Best, M Ed

VUOTS is Proud to Introduce


Honored Guests 

Dr. Narriett Butler

Dr. Narriett Butler is founder/CEO of Over the Goal Women’s Business Academy, the Northeastern Regional Vice President of the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Business, founder of Fresh Fire Inc. Ministries and FireNet Pastor Network. She is a graduate of Biblical Seminary with DMin and MDiv in Urban Missiology & Church Planting. She is an author (Tapping Into Your Inner Beauty, anthology for women ), motivational speaker that majors in vision casting and leadership that addresses issues that affect the full range of human, social, and spiritual development. She is very enthusiastic about empowering urban entrepreneurs and leaders that contribute todays work force development. She worked in corporate America as a Casualty Underwriter and the legal field for over 25 years. In addition to being the former CEO of TLC Management and owner of Destiny Bookstore. She is a widow and proud mother of one son.Dr. Narriett Butler

Brief Biography

Dr. Butler is the founder/CEO of Over The Goal Women’s Business Academy for Entrepreneurs and micro business owners. The purpose of the Academy is to enhance the

life of urban women business owners through training, coaching and education that enables them to be a force for social good. In addition to strengthening women through economic development, and advocacy that creates stronger thriving families in a changing world. Female owned enterprises are steadily growing all over the world, contributing to household incomes and growth of national economies The stats for the United States show that Women-led businesses employed 10.1 million workers and accumulated $1.8 trillion in receipts in 2019. However, women still face human, physical, and social constraints that limit their ability to grow their businesses, and therefore OGWBA exist to be a game changer in this narrative.

The Academy will partner and collaborate with other nonprofits that focus on urban female entrepreneurs and business owners. OGWBA is about building a smart community of Entrepreneurs. What does that mean? Building a community that leverages the smart use of technologies to benefit entrepreneurs so that they thrive economically and have a positive impact on family and the society surrounding their lives; because our and the future of others depend on the sustainable work we do today.Dr. Narriett Butler

Jacqueline J. Wiggins has over forty years of experience in education, administration, and resource development in the nonprofit sector. Jacqueline’s administrative experience in the non profit sector includes serving as the Site Administrator of the Johnson House Historic Site, Inc., an Underground Railroad stop in Philadelphia and education coordinator for Cliveden, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Both sites are National Historic Landmarks. Other positions include: Program Associate for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Heritage Tourism Program; Associate Director of the Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum (now called the African American Museum in Philadelphia); and Director of Development and Public Relations for PRIME, Inc., a pre-college mathematics and science program for under represented minority students interested in becoming engineers. She worked in development and fundraising as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), namely, Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida, and Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina.

She served on the Black History Advisory Committee of PHMC (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission) for two terms. Jacqueline is a current member of the historic marker review panel for PHMC. She has served as a board member of the Friends of the Free Library, is a member of the Amos Playground Advisory Council, and is an activist with Stadium Stompers, formed to prevent further encroachment of a football stadium by Temple University into North Central Philadelphia. Also, Jacqueline served two terms as a committee person in the 32nd Ward-11th Division of North Central Philadelphia.

Jacqueline holds a bachelor’s of science degree in secondary education English/Journalism from Penn State University and a master’s degree in education administration from the University of Massachusetts.

In 2001, Jacqueline created an enrichment program called Underground Railroad Camps for Children, Youth, and Familiessm. The program focuses on the under recognized story of the Underground Railroad and the significance of the people, places, and events that helped to shape and make real the word freedom in our society. In 2008, her camp became a member of the Network to Freedom Program of the National Park Service. In 2009, Jacqueline opened her tourism business called Wiggins Tours N More.

Jacqueline J. Wiggins

Debra Gary

Ms. Debra Gary has a diverse background in education, business, community advocacy and information technology, and is President of DHEx Enterprises, LLC. She retired with 28 years of federal government service in information technology management: 14 years active as an Air Force officer, Major and 14 years as a federal civilian senior engineering manager, retiring as a GS-15 from the Department of Defense, Defense Information Systems Agency. Her desire to educate has been a strong basis for all of her endeavors. She developed numerous worldwide technology solutions for military use and trained hundreds of staff over the years. Ms. Gary started one of the oldest multicultural children’s bookstores in the nation, Color Book Gallery in 1992 in Virginia then relocated it to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a division of DHEx Enterprises from 2008 until 2016. After relocating, Ms. Gary developed the Pyramid STEM Challenge - an effort to get more youth prepared for engineering and technology careers, which conducts an annual Pyramid STEM Showcase, evaluates and gives an annual Young Techie Award at the city-wide George Washington Carver Science Fair and donates and distributes STEM-related activities and books throughout the community.

As a history advocate, she has been giving African American history exhibits since 1995 and was Vice President of Black Women United For Action (BWUFA) based in Alexandria, VA. BWUFA conducts and hosts the Annual Slave Memorial at Mt. Vernon Estate in Alexandria, where over 360 were enslaved on the grounds of George Washington's’ numerous plantations. She has published the Philadelphia African American History Tour One, several history products and received approval of two Pennsylvania Historic Marker applications.

A former licensed realtor, over 16 years and real estate investor, in 4 states, owner and landlord on over 10 properties, over 40 years., Ms. Gary considers herself as a real estate ownership advocate. Ms. Gary conceived and is Co-Founder of the Society to Preserve Philadelphia African American Assets (SPPAAA), with a mission to curtail the erasure of our history by preserving the physical representation of our history. Her business, DHEx Enterprises, provides retail products and services (operating Tip Tap Copy & Business Center), educational programs and historic preservation initiatives. She received an Undergraduate from Hampton University and Graduate degree from George Washington University. Ms. Gary is on the board of the Mt Airy Business Improvement District, ACES Veterans Museum Advisory Board and Leon H. Sullivan Charitable Trust.


Deborah Gary, President

Tip Tap, A Copy Business Center, Souvenirs & Gifts

6353 Germantown Ave, 1st Fl, Phila., PA 19144 215-844-6520,

A division of DHEx Enterprisess, LLC, 6353 Germantown Ave, Phila., PA 19144

 Special Information Resources 

VuOTS 1st Annual Entrepreneur Summit

Rachael Hanible

Certified Finical Educator, Real Estate Investor & Author 

Citizens Bank 

6324 Stenton Ave Philadelphia, PA 19138

(215) 848-1900

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