Dr. Christina Rahm works extensively on philanthropic causes through the Rahm Foundation
Multi-talented scientist, entrepreneur, author, and humanitarian, Dr. Christina Rahm works extensively on philanthropic initiatives through the Rahm Foundation to support local, national, and international causes.
Rahm, who is heavily involved in philanthropic work targets women, children, and broader peace building efforts and a dedicated supporter of the UN Women for Peace Association (UNWGPA) and is an ambassador to USA for the European Women’s Association (EWA). These global nonprofits promote ‘tolerance and respect for women’ with the primary goal being opportunities for access to education, freedom, and protection, along with social, cultural, and academic empowerment programs.
In addition to the UNWGPA, Rahm gives generously to Tennessee Voices for Children, Inc. (also known as TN Voices), which was formally organized in 1990 by Tipper Gore as a statewide coalition of individuals, agencies and organizations working as a Steering Council to promote children's health and education services.
Rahms generosity extends even further to other foundations in Africa and South Africa like Korah Kids, Rudolph College, Grace Bible University and The Treasured Foundation which all raise money to improve the lives of the women and children in multiple countries like Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria and Korah, Ethiopia, where sadly many people live in small villages amongst trash dumps. Foundations like The Treasured Foundation provides financial resources by offering various educational and vocational training so those living in poverty can gain financial independence.
Rahm further continues to assist in the development of research science institutions and academic centers, including the development of a Medical School programs and Research Science Programs where she recently received awards, Honorary Doctorate degrees and a building named after Rahm for her dedication to the collaboration between these schools and the United States accreditation programs.
Dr. Rahm has made a remarkable career as one of the leading scientific formulators in the nutraceutical industry. Her expertise spans research and development in areas such as psychology, bioscience, and nanotechnology. In addition to her work as a pioneering scientist and researcher, she is an author of numerous published books on topics such as nutrition and the environment, with her most familiar work being “Cure The Causes,” and her most recent book, “Cure the Causes Cookbook.”
Due to her successes in medical and scientific related business ventures, Dr. Rahm started the Rahm Foundation. Over the years, the nonprofit has also provided extensive support to individuals through scholarships, internships, and mentoring programs. Through these initiatives, the foundation strives to promote upward mobility amongst marginalized populations, to better gain equal footing in both education and employment. She has utilized this foundation and their Board Members to also assist with donating vitamins and supplements to over 70 countries while collaborating and creating an educational science platform, “The International Science Nutrition Society,” to support the improvement of health and wellness platforms worldwide. She resides as Chairman on the Board on these various verticals of philanthropy.
Known for her enthusiastic dedication to fund educational, environmental, and underprivileged projects around the world, Dr. Rahm’s commitment to these various philanthropic causes demonstrates her dedication to making a lasting impact on communities across the world. When asked why she is dedicated to these ventures, Rahm stated simply, “My grandparents and parents taught me that the more we are given in life, the more we are expected to give back. We all share each other’s DNA, and we are all equally entitled to have a good life. This is not something I do that makes me special. This is what we all must do and are expected to do. Giving isn’t something to brag about. It is something we MUST do so our world is a better place for future generations.”