Our Beginnings As An Organization


Board of Directors

Committed to the Cause


Chairman of the Board

Isaiah Wilcox works as a Contracting Officer for the Department of Defense where he manages a portfolio of Government Contracts.  He graduated with a degree in Business Management from Morehouse College and is planning to begin his MBA this fall. In his free time, Isaiah serves his community at several non-profit organizations, DJs, and travels with his lovely wife.



Dr. Lakisha R. Lockhart is a wife, sister, friend, soror (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.), coolest tia (aunt) around, mom, and a playful womanist scholar-activist. She received her B.A. from Claflin University, M,Div. from Wesley Theological Seminary, M.A. in Ethics & Society from Vanderbilt University, and her Ph.D in Theology & Education from Boston College. She serves as Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. She is also a consultant for the Forum for Theological Exploration’s Campus Ministry for Theological Exploration of Vocation (CMTEV) initiative.



Barbara Hannah works with the government as a Management Analyst for 30 years. She has a BS in Management/Healthcare and a MS in Human Resource Management. She is married to Dwight Hannah and they have 5 children and 5 grandchildren with another due in 2019.  She also volunteers her time serving God at her church and helping others.


Fundraising Committee Director

Ruth Wilcox was born and raised in the beautiful island of Barbados. She is happily married to her best friend Isaiah and enjoys cooking, spending time with her family & friends and traveling. Ruth holds two Bachelor’s Degrees in Biology and Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Forensic Criminology. Ruth serves as the Senior Executive Director at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. Her mission in life is to empower those who need her most to prepare and create a better future for themselves. She is dedicated to helping the underprivileged reach their fullest potential, improve, and overcome their current situation.