Rosa Camille Williams, a nurse, worked in hospitals, peoples homes and her own home, serving peoples needs. Inspired by Rosa, we are proud to be affiliated with Camilia Rose Care Center, a Mallery and Tjosvold family owned nursing facility located in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. Camilia Rose offers a variety of services and activities including short and long term care, therapy, specialized units for rehabilitation and dementia, therapeutic recreation programs and an adult day program.
Margaret Tjosvold (Rosa Camilles daughter and Mary T.s mother) remains active and is a role model for all of us. Most importantly, she makes sure that the people we serve come first. Margaret enjoys working with the Margaret Tjosvold School in Cameroon. In October 2010, she celebrated her 92nd birthday.
Dean Tjosvold (Mary T.s brother) is a Professor of Management, the Henry Y.W. Fong Chair, and Dean of the faculty of the School of Business at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. He is also the Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies. He has lived in Hong Kong for over 18 years and conducts research in cooperative teamwork, conflict management, leadership, and power. He is very proud of his four children.
The Future Generation
Mary T.s nephews and nieces are important players in the continuation of Mary T. Inc. With the assistance of the MTI Board, the Tjosvold family works to inform and educate the future generation about important issues such as succession plans, estate planning, financials, and programmatic issues.
Jason graduated Phi Beta Kappa with from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota with a double major in Math and Economics. In 2009, Jason earned a Master's Degree in Financial Engineering from University of California Berkeley. He is presently working in Washington, DC.
Wesley graduated from Williams College and is working in Boston.
Lena graduated Magna Cum Laude from Carleton College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is currently working at a marketing trends consultancy in New York City.
Colleen is a senior International Relations major at Carleton College. In the summer of 2010, she had an internship in Cape Town, South Africa, teaching economics and entrepreneurship to African students.