When you form a team, why do you try to form a team? Because teamwork builds trust and trust builds speed. – Russel Honore
MEET OUR FOUNDERS
Tiffany Mason Wilkerson is a native of Dallas, Texas. She is an educator in Duncanville ISD and a Consultant for ACT Houston at Dallas. She holds a Masters of Science in Global E-Learning from Texas A&M Commerce University. She is passionate about helping to bring awareness concerning domestic violence to the community; especially to adolescents. On March 19, 2013, she lost a very close friend due to domestic violence and on that day she vowed that she would put her heart and soul into helping to save women and children from becoming victims of domestic violence.
Tomea Coleman-Lockhart is a graduate of Prairie View A & M University and currently pursuing a degree in Psychology. She is a devoted wife and mother, currently an Independent Beauty Consultant for Mocca Cosmetics and vocalist for N'Tense The band. She is passionate about giving back to the community and ready to make an impact with positive change. She strives to empower young men and women to be the change they want to see in their communities. Out of tragedy she joined together with two awesome women to create a foundation that aims to bring awareness and an end to domestic violence.
Keishla Moore- Coleman is a native of Dallas, Texas and a graduate of Texas A&M University at Commerce. In 1994 she earned a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Early Childhood Education. She continued her education by earning a graduate degree from Prairie View A&M University where she received a Master of Education in Educational Leadership. She has been employed with Dallas Independent School District for over twenty years. For the last six years she have served as an assistant principal at an elementary school. Her previous professional experiences include training teachers as an instructional coach and teaching primary age students. Through her role as an administrator and coach, she has developed skills as an effective communicator, an advocate for children of all ages and a resource for families in need.