Willie Collins, Executive
Mr. Collins managers the day to day operation of programs and
services and provides the associated support for volunteer recruitment and
training, marketing and donor support.
He also works to create collaborative relationships with various
community agencies and churches. Mr. Collins has experience as an educator especially with
special education. He has BS Business Administration, Course
work MBA, and Former President, Board of Directors, Creative and Performing
Arts Council, Prince William County, Virginia.
Anita Waddell, Special
Ms. Waddell provides organization and administrative support to service
personnel and program personnel relative to mentoring, counseling and after
schools services. She provides human resources, support as medical
officer, security officer and personnel trainer. Also, she is a certified
mentor program development trainer and parent education trainer. Ms.
Waddell is retired as an Administrative Liaison, US Marine Corps. She has
a U.S Marine Corps certification in Administrative Services and works in
various capacities with youth programs.
Harold Jackson, Associate,
Mr. Jackson supervises and coordinates the operation of the adolescent male
youth mentoring and orchestrates the character development and evidenced-based
life skills programming. He assists with the mentor training, serves as the key
liaison with public schools, and manages a caseload of youth / mentor matches.
In addition to his 10 years experiences in youth and sports programming, he
contributes in the community and a faith-based setting working with at-risk
youth and families. He also coordinates the monthly educational / support
meetings for the adolescent male youth and their mentors. Mr. Jackson has
worked at serving low-income clients in Montgomery, Alabama’s urban
communities. His background also includes program development and volunteer
recruitment and training.
Juana Jenkins, Lead
Teacher, After School Program
In her position as Lead Teacher, Ms. Jenkins supervises a staff of 3 and the
operation of the Day Center and after school program. Ms. Jenkins
provides life skills programming instructions and lead in accomplishing Center
goals for academic remediation services for at-risk youth. Ms Jenkins has
an Associate of Arts and is completing her BS in Social Work at NOVA.