Joy Stevenson is the Founder of “Catch Them Young, Inc.” She has vowed to make a change in the lives of children that due to negative environments are geared toward failure. She currently conducts motivational seminars/workshops in schools, community centers, parenting meetings, etc. She has been given a mandate to, “Cry Out for the Youth”. Having faced the plights of teenage pregnancy, drug abuse, and other perils of life, she has experienced first hand some of the social ills that plague many of todays’ youth. Having faced the plights of teenage pregnancy, drug abuse, and other perils of life, she has experienced first hand some of the social ills that plague many of todays’ youth.
Rita K. Sinha-Marsh, Esq.Advisory Board Member
Rita K. Sinha-Marsh, Esq. was born and raised in the Washington Metropolitan Area. She is a graduate of George Washington University where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, as well as, a Law degree. She previously held the title of Miss DC International, which during her year of service she volunteered with youth, nonprofits and schools within DC. She was later appointed by a former DC mayor to the DC Commission on National and Community Service (Serve DC), through which she continued to serve the local community. She is a recipient of the Mayor's Youth Service Award, as well as, the President's Volunteer Service Award. She currently resides in New York City, with her husband, where she practices intellectual property and entertainment law.
Briana HairlsonBoard Member
Aaron HolmesBoard Member
Beginning his career as a buyer over a decade ago, Aaron Holmes has touched a broad range of B2B initiatives in both the private and public sector. He's held positions with increasing levels of responsibility for corporations, both large and small, within the finance, automotive, utilities, and healthcare industry, including managing the travel program for a Fortune 15 company. He marries the breadth of his experience with various purchasing methodologies to achieve best-in-class outcomes, sharply aligned with client/employer requirements. But the professional axiom Holmes believes is the cornerstone of successful procurement, is internal and external relationship management, the importance of which will no doubt determine the overarching prosperity of your program. Holmes did his postgraduate study at the University of Maryland and resides in Washington, DC. Outside the office, he enjoys the occasional single-barrel spirit with his father, reading (mostly non-fiction), still life photography, improving his cooking skills, the politics of the day, and exploring the world through travel.
Sheronda DorseyBoard Member
B.A. Government, University of Virginia 1989 M.B.A concentration in Leadership and Management, University of Mary Washington 2005 Executive Leadership courses Leadership Course Facilitator 27 year veteran of the Federal Government; Senior Executive Service - . years. Co-chair of the organization's Black Executive Board Extensive experience in strategy formulation and strategic planning, business development and management, financial resource and talent management, and transformation. To utilize my experience, as noted above, in support of CTY'S organizational goals and give back to today's and tomorrow's youth.