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Board of Directors

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Charlie M. Holiday-Wilson

Charlie M. Holiday-Wilson is a widow; a proud and loving mother, grand, great. and great, great grandmother. She attended Atlanta Public Schools System, Metro Atlanta Skills Center, Atlanta Area Technical School, and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary completing a study of Biblical Ministry in December 2015. She is currently training and serves as a Chaplain at Clayton County Transition Center.

 

Retiring from the City of Atlanta, February 2008, she began a new career as an actress and author, Blessing Before Praise and contributor to the LWSC Anthology, 2nd edition, Yeah I Know Lord! Nobody Asked Me. And later entered into Ministry, as a Christian Educator, and facilitator. Charlie has over thirty (30) years in Administration, supervision, training, program design, implementation, and management. In August 2010 she started 1 on 1 Personal Development. A 501c3 non-profit with a focus on enabling, encouraging and empowering youth, adults, and families from 10 – 113 through biblical and holistic counseling, mentoring and various educational workshops, and conferences.

 

AFFILIATIONS:

 

Currently serving on Rehoboth Family & Community board August 2017; President of The Savvy Six Authors, March 2013 – May 2015, Board member for Family Unification Network, Inc., 2015-2016, LWSC Choir, 2013 – 2014 and Gilgal Inc., March 2010-March 2013.

 

Charlie serves with various organizations that enable, encourage and empower adults, youth and families such as Family Unification Network Prison Ministry, Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, Mountain View Assistant Living Facility, Grace Community Health Nursing Facility, Rehoboth Family & Community Services, MHT Family Life Center, and Images by Imani. Ladz of Mohican Trail, Neighborhood Watch, and Improvement. Open Hand-Meals on Wheels, Habitat Atlanta, Hands on Atlanta-Civic Leadership Program, Maximum Impact, CASA, State of Georgia Healing Community, and I Choose Mentoring, Grace Community Church, Peace Baptist Church, Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church.

 

I am my brother/sister’s keeper; if not who?

Karen Gilmore, Secretary

A native New Orleanian, I relocated to Georgia and made Atlanta my home in 2006 as a result of Hurricane Katrina. My husband and I were married for 42 years before his death. We were blessed with three children and nine grandchildren. I graduated from George Washington Carver Senior High School, briefly attended Southern University, New Orleans campus. (Insert read more link here).

 

The majority of my administrative career was in non-profit. I worked ten years with the New Orleans Urban League, twenty-five years with the Jewish Children’s Regional Service and seven years with the Clayton County 4-H organization. I was employed for a brief time as a secretary in the New Orleans Criminal Court system. I am currently retired and enjoy working closely with numerous church and family activities. I am excited and look forward to the growth of 1 on 1 Personal Development.

Cynthia McGarity

Cynthia McGarity is compassionate about community. Her interest in law and social justice began at age 12. Later as a student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York her knowledge and passion increased.

 

A former Georgia P.O.S.T Certified Juvenile Correctional Officer, she’s served and mentored incarcerated youth. Later, working within community and School provided pathways to organizational leadership opportunities. “I have kids in jail and Yale of whom I’m extremely proud”.

 

Business Community Leader:

 

Cynthia is Founder and Executive Director of Rehoboth Family and Community Services Inc, Rehoboth works with families and communities affected by social justice issues. Rehoboth is a bridge connecting service providers to their client base.

 

Believing business ownership to be vital to sustainability, Cynthia and husband Christopher in 2007 established, C&C Tire Carrier & Disposal Service LLc. Our objective was to create a business which provided a solution to an environmental issue while providing meaningful employment. As managing owner, Cynthia is a leading female entrepreneur within a male dominated nontraditional industry, solid waste management.

 

Service Opportunities:

 

The Board of Directors of Keep Paulding Beautiful, Dallas GA, Georgia Prison Reentry Initiative– GA Department of Community Supervision-Fulton County-Reentry Services), Georgia Criminal Justice Reform Workshop – (schr.org- host) Meets at Georgia Bar, Atlanta, Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance-Gwinnett County Detention Center, Healing Communities National, Trainer Facilitator – Healing Communities of America, Philadelphia, PA, Austell Community Task Force, Austell GA

Cynthia represents the mission of Rehoboth F.C.S Inc, within various community, educational, public safety as well as civic forums.

Sandy Sewell

Mary Mitchell, Executive Officer

MARY Mitchell is an articulate and personable customer service professional who identifies customer needs and presents appropriate company products and services offering positive solutions to ensure satisfaction.

 

Thrives in busy, collaborative work environments requiring processing large volumes of transactions. Earns customer trust and provides exceptional follow-up leading to increased customer satisfaction, repeat business and referrals. Expertise in resolving escalated customer service issues.

 

A coach and supervisor who designs and implements reporting procedures that reduce labor costs and improve internal / external customer-satisfaction ratings.

 

Technical skills include:  MS Office Pro, MS Visio

 

EDUCATION / JOB-RELATED TRAINING

 

Workshop courses included: Learning to Lead, Business Etiquette & Professionalism, Business Communication, The Art of Communication, Influencing Others, 50 0ne-Minute Tips to Better Communications, The Coach Approach

 

  • Bachelor Technical Management, DeVry University, Atlanta, GA
  • Associate Degree, Liberal Arts, Humanities, Passaic County Community College, Paterson, NJ

William Smith, Financial officer

Current Engagements and Interests:

William is currently the CEO/Broker of Top of the Line Realty, Inc. He sells real estate throughout Georgia and several other states. He is an energetic, enthusiastic, self-motivated, dependable, and trustworthy individual ready to provide exemplary services in any capacity. Such as these, propels the success of Top of the Line Realty, Inc.

William has served as the coordinator of “Angle Tree” efforts for more than 25 years. This munificent group of selfless, exemplary individuals supplies toys, clothes and educational items to children in need as identified by (DFAC). His unique ability for drawing out donor customers and putting them at ease has proven over the years to make this non-profit, charitable organization a blessing to so many children throughout the Atlanta and metro areas.

 

Work Experience:

 

William Smith is an Information Technology (IT) aficionado. He has more than thirty years of priceless knowledge and exposure in this industry. His invaluable experiences have been hard earned through servitude in capacities such as Business Process Analyst/Project Manager; Information Technology Analyst/Help Desk Supervisor; Programmer; and Computer Operator to name a few. His professional career in Information Technology now rests in retirement after these thirty years of service with the City of Atlanta.

William’s experiences in information technology, management, training, customer service, and inventory management may prove beneficial and very valuable to the success and longevity of any organization with which he chooses to be affiliated.

 

Education:

 

William Smith is a graduate of Morehouse College. He received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree with a major concentration in Psychology, and a minor concentration in Sociology. He continued his formal education at Clark Atlanta University, and received a Master’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration with a major concentration in Management. Both of these institutions of higher learning are located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Joan C. Davis

Joan C. Davis is from Cincinnati, Ohio by way of California, Louisiana, and now is a Georgia Peach for about twenty years. I attended the University of Cincinnati for a couple of semesters, & Delgado College in N. O. La. for a couple years before relocating to Georgia.

 

Joan has been in the communication industry for over thirty years in commercial, community, and public media both in front, and behind the camera, and microphone in both radio, and television.

 

She has a variety of experience in a number of industries such as; quality inspection, security, and vending machine repairs just to name a few.

 

Ms. Davis is of owner “Images By Imani” photo/video company for over three years, and has travel out of state to document events at customers request.

 

She was a founding/board member of Southern Museum Of Music a non-profit organization for a couple of years here in Ga. And is excited about being an integral part of the launching of 1 on 1 Personal Development and looking forward to contributing her experiences, and time for the betterment of the organization growth, and success.

 

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Juniece Roberts

Honorary Member: Shirley Ross

Board Members Not Pictured: Aakeem Woodard, Cythnia McGarity, Diondira Jewel and Ruth Tate,and Belqes Naim