BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sheila King holds an Associate of Art in Liberal Studies. She has served women experiencing homelessness in Washington, DC for years. She has experience in crisis de-escalation, conflict resolution, and group facilitation. She is passionate about mental health and substance use issues. As a Black woman with mental health concerns, she wants to support all black women on their mental health journey.
Zaria Newbill, holds an Associate Degree in Marketing Management, Bachelors Degree in Psychology. She is an advocate for all transgender women but especially for Trans women of Color. Her advocacy is based upon lived experience and serves as a bases for her goal is to continue to bring transvisibility and awareness to communities.
CHRISTOPHER G. BUCKLEY
Christopher G. Buckley currently serves as the Lean Management Systems and Continuous Improvement Program Manager and Coach for the Environmental Protection Agency. He also served active duty in the United States Coast Guard for 15 years. He hold a Master degree in Quality Systems Management and a Bachelor degree in Economics.
Quintanella Roberts Is the CEO/Founder of Cambridge Business Solutions, LLC and MSD,LLC. She received a BA in Healthcare Management and BS in Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University. In 2018 Ms. Roberts started using her 27 years of management experience to help single parents leave low wage jobs and pursue entrepreneurship.
MONIQUE J. SIMMONS
Monique “MoLove” J. Simmons is known as Educator, Entrepreneur, and Advocate, MoLove spends her life working to help others become who they want to be with small steps in achieving their greatness. She is the CEO of MoLoveMadeIt, LLC. The company has dual meanings, she made it up from her struggle and makes all the products that she sells. Overall, MoLove remains a partnerships developer to build bridges from the people in need to the people that need to give.
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