For the past 20 years, Shekina has delivered tangible and measurable results.
As a Leadership Professional with a strong emphasis in Management, she recognizes the need to study data, assess personnel, and even consult with local laws to ensure compliance.
Being that she is result driven, she was able to develop an Executable Action Plans which aided in turning around departments and redirecting personnel in effort to meet their goals. Because of this ability, Shekina was a major contributor to many policies and procedures that were reconstructed and revised in the many schools within the Georgia’s Education System based off of her expertise.
As a leader, Shekina recognizes that the best policies and practices are obsolete if the staff is not involved nor on board. Furthermore, she is an Efficiency Master by looking at ways of streamlining the process to get to results faster. Some of her efforts produced significant improvement between 15 to 55 percent when measured. She does not want results just for the sake of showing gains, Shekina wants results that demonstrate the eradication of the problems and hurdles along the way.
Clifton Crawley is a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) who is a mental health professional, advocate, activist, organizer, researcher, and thought leader in the field of social work. Clifton has worked in the field of child welfare for nearly a decade and has worked or volunteered in multiple areas of social work. Clifton serves in multiple hospitals around Atlanta at both Grady Memorial Hospital and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Clifton received his bachelor's degree from Morehouse College, and his graduate degree from Clark Atlanta University.
Clifton is currently a Therapeutic Support Specialist for The Division of Family and Children’s Services for the state of Georgia.
Dalia Nevarez is a trainer and teacher by nature. After acquiring a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Butler University, she spent over 20 years as a public speaker and “Train the Trainer” professional with the leading Pharmaceutical Clinical Research Organization Laboratory in the United States.
She founded Authentically You, LLC in 2016 where Dalia uses her certifications as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher and Integrative Wellness & Life Coach to help people reconnect to their True Selves and live life authentically, not as society and family conditioned them to live.
Whenever you see Dalia, you see her mega-watt smile and experience her loving personality. These attributes, along with a keen mind, quick wit and ability to see the bright side of things, allows her to easily and comfortably work with people of all backgrounds and walks of life.
Dalia focuses on self-awareness, self-accountability and self-love to help foster balance emotionally, mentally and physically.
Tamika Stewart is licensed as a professional counselor who is currently working on a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Behavioral Health. Originally, she is from Indiana where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health Education (Indiana University, Bloomington). In 2000 she relocated to Georgia and in 2002 began the master’s program at Argosy University (Atlanta). She received her Master of Arts Degree in Professional Counseling in 2004.
Tamika has approximately 21 years of experience in human services with 17 years in the mental health arena. Tamika has implemented community-based programs that provide individuals (adolescents and adults) with substance abuse, mental health diagnosis and developmental disabilities services in their home and community. Tamika is a mental health advocate and supporter of suicide prevention, intervention and education. She has provided countless families with services within their own community to help stabilize and create sustainable change.
Tamika has performed countless duties such as substance abuse assessments, mental health assessments, the facilitation of counseling sessions. Tamika has a passion for helping heal families by creating sustainable change.