Saving Generations

"Saving future generations one youth or family at a time".

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Dania Wilson, Alumnus President-is a student at Kennesaw State University (graduated from Marietta High School).  She enjoys music and dance.  Dania has been invited to travel with People to People and inducted into the National High School Honor Society.  Dania enjoys working with children of all ages and is currently pursuing a major in Criminal Justice. Update: DaNia graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2016.

D'Andra Waye, Alumnus Vice President- is a student at Berry University (graduated from Sprayberry High School).  She enjoys dance and overall fun with friends.  D'Andra has danced professionally for several years winning various competitions.  D'Andra enjoys working with animals and is pursuing a major as a Veterinarian.  Update: D’Andra graduated from Berry in 2013.

 Levi Brice Eduona Obama- Lead Mentor Men of Grandeur Inc.  Levi has been a member of Saving Generations since 2011.  As a mentee, he took pride in keeping the brotherhood strong.  He found a way to merge Saving Generations with Osborne High School's Recycling Club. He enjoys track and field, great music, and the exploration of spirituality, life, and purpose.  His desire is to make a difference now so it will better the future.  Levi was promoted to a mentor of Men of Grandeur Inc in 2013. Update: Levi graduated from Duke University in 2017 and is now attending Wake Forest Medical School.
Ronesha Strickland, Mentor/Manager- Ronesha Strickland, founder of Strickly Entertainment, originally hails from Maryland. After graduating in 2012 from Morgan State University (a highly regarded HBCU) where she studied film production, Ms. Strickland relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. Since relocating to what is now coined. "The Hollywood of the South", Ronesha has collaborated with fellow filmmakers in both the indie and mainstream sector. Ronesha is skilled at various levels of the film industry. She's been the 1st Assistant Director on various sets; but, recently decided to focus more on building her brand. In 2016, Ms. Strickland officially started her own production company, Strickly Entertainment. Her first work named, "Untitled", is a short silent film. Ronesha is currently working on various projects (all in different stages of production) that will allow her to stretch her writing, directing and producing skills. In March 2017, she is set to premiere her official short film entitled "BLOOM" which is a loose adaptation of events that happened in her life.

Natalie Virgile, Business Analyst /Mentor- Natalie Virgile experience extends into Quality Assurance and Compliance where she has been a Technical Writer and Business Analyst for over 10 years. She has been able to increase company productivity by 30% by ensuring that policies and procedures were up-to-date and being executed. Currently, Natalie is a Prevention Specialist with TEARS, Inc. in Phenix City, AL. She completed her Master’s in Counseling Psychology and is currently pursuing her Ph.D in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology. She has been working with children in the community for over 13 years with organizations such as the Boys & Girls Club of America and Cobb County Cuties.  Natalie is also a member of American Counseling Association (ACA) as well as the American Psychological Association (APA). 

Dr. Diana Hawkins, Phd./Spiritual Advisor/Mentor-

Cynthia Banuelos, Mentor/Spanish Interpreter-

Patricia Punter, Human Resources/Mentor

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