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Alexis E. Reeves



Alexis is from Miami, FL by way of Eleuthera, Bahamas where her grandparents were born. Alexis has also had a heart for service after participating in the many community activities her mother, Sharon Lindsay did for Miami-Dade County. Her father, Earnest Jenkins, also donates his social security income to feed the homeless monthly. She comes from a family who serves and gives back to their community. She was inspired to start Service to Humanity, Inc while working a Wellstar Health System. Her passion is service but she also manages her 3 businesses as well. Her hobbies include photography and traveling. We are proud to have her on board!

Nicole Jones, PA

Board Member


Nicole Jones serves as a board member of the organization. Nicole works as an attorney in Douglasville, GA. She has had experience working with juveniles in DCFS. She assist with working with community partners and reviews all documents for the organization. Nicole is wife and mother of 4 beautiful children.


She enjoys cruising and spending time with her mother. She is graduate of Atlanta's John Marshall Law School and is CEO of Jones Federal and Appellate since 2005. Nicole also volunteers with Chapel Hill High School as a coach for their mock trials that do with the students. Nicole was recognized for her work with the Pro Bono Project of the Georgia Legal Services Program providing legal advice to the Douglas County Community.

Tamesha Walker 

Vice President


Tamesha L. Walker - Serial Entrepreneur and Life Transformer is a graduate of Shorter University where she majored in Business Management and received her Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership. Her background consists of over 20 years in Marketing, Business Consulting, Wholesale/Retail Sourcing & Merchandising, Event Planning (corporate and social events), sales, and education.

Amber Matthews

Community Liaison


Amber works with Brighten Academy Charter School as Special Education Paraprofessional. She is a recent graduate of University of West Georgia Class of 2020. She majored in Speech-Pathology. She was heavily involved in the community through Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. At Brighten Academy Charter School, she is also apart of the Beta Club and Head coach of Volleyball. She hails from Blackshear, GA by way of West Palm Beach. We are so honored to have her joining us!

Marcia Day



Marcia moved to the Atlanta area in 2005 from DMV (District of Columbia,Maryland and Virginia). Born in St. Andrew, Jamaica, West Indies. From early childhood Marcia had a passion for earning, from school bake sales to festival. Organizing fundraiser and creation revenue has been a gift that she has been able to develop. Studying Engineering while in college, she earn her Electronic Engineering degree. A single parent with two grown children and a glam-baby. She a currently an entrepreneur that also enjoy bar tending. In her spare time she take pleasure in traveling, catering and helping others. Being bless with the gift of giving and service, she has been a blessing to many.

Sandi Evans



Sandi Evans is a Business Systems & Operations Consultant and founder of Carter Evans Services, LLC, a consulting company. Her vision and mission is to help empower other women to pursue wealth and legacy through entrepreneurship and impact the black and brown communities by providing a healthy holistic work environment that promotes and develops future faith filled intrapreneurs.


Sandi is a graduate of Morgan State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. She developed an interest in law and also obtained her certificate in Paralegal Studies and was managing paralegal for a multi-state real estate law firm for several years. With over 10 years in real estate law & management, she transitioned her corporate expertise to entrepreneurship. She is a mother, speaker and author of Real Bosses Delegate: Build Your Dream Team, Save Time and Avoid Burnout. Outside serving as the Board Secretary she enjoys working with the Junior League of Douglas County and volunteering with the Partners in Education.



Our Board of Directors is comprised of community and national leaders with expertise in a wide range of areas, including training, advocacy, education, finance, fund development, and business management. The Board meets monthly (and twice in person annually). It is responsible for taking care of the strategic and financial health of the organization on an ongoing basis. Board terms are two years for executive directors, and three years for other members. Officers are elected annually. 

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