Charles G. Davis
Charles G. Davis is the President and Founder of Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. He founded LUKE Foundation in 2001 as part of his commitment to the community. Currently, he is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Technology, Automation & Management, (TeAM) Incorporated in Falls Church, Virginia. Mr. Davis has received accolades to for his various contributions to include recognition from the Franklin J Bourne Bar Association for his non-profit work, the New Orleans City Business for his innovation in emergency preparedness and by local New Orleans city businesses as the 2007 recipient of the Innovator of the Year award. He is a native of Florence, South Carolina, but currently resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Vivian Hsia serves as Vice President for Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. Ms. Hsia is currently the Vice President of Human Resources at Med Star Montgomery Medical Center, Olney, Maryland. Ms. Hsia has over 20 years of experience in human resources, including 4 years at Children’s National Medical Center. In addition, Ms. Hsia has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Towson University, and a Master’s Degree in Human Resources, and Certified in Healthcare Human Resources (CHHR). Ms. Hsia is a Board member of the LUKE Foundation and member of Towson University Health Care Management Undergraduate Program’s Advisory Committee.
Dr. Debra A. Mahone
Dr. Debra A. Mahone is a highly skilled educational leader, experienced in school reform, program and leadership development, curriculum and technology integration; and teacher and administrator professional development. Her experience includes diverse positions, including executive leadership, school administration and supervision and talent development. Dr. Mahone has served as Executive Director of School and Leadership Development, Director of School Improvement and Accountability, Director of State and Federal Programs, Middle and High School Principal, Program Coordinator, Instructional Specialist Teacher and Educational consultant. Dr. Mahone consults with independent organizations, private, public schools and school districts to actualize their vision, mission, goals, strategies and performance metrics.
Glenn Mahone serves as a board member on the Board of Directors for Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. Mr. Mahone is Vice President of Communications at Aerojet Rocketdyne. In this role, Mr. Mahone leads the division and is responsible for formulating and implementing policies and procedures designed to support the Aerojet Rocketdyne brand and mission. Mr. Mahone also presides as a National Trustee for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Additionally, he serves on the board of the Coalition for Space Exploration. He is an Executive Committee Board Member of the Bowie State University Foundation. He is a board member of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and also the Prince George’s Black Chamber of Commerce.
Letitia D. Janifer
Letitia D. Janifer serves as Treasurer for Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. In this role she ensures accountability, transparency, compliance, and sound fiscal management. Currently Ms. Janifer is the Vice President of Finance & Contracts with Technology, Automation & Management (TeAM) Inc. She has 30 years of financial and operational management experience in government contracting, non-profit, and commercial environments. Ms. Janifer earned her Bachelors of Arts in Accounting from Clark Atlanta University (formerly Clark College). She also holds a Certified Public Accounting certification. She is a native Washingtonian, and currently resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Jaki A. Buckley
Jaki A. Buckley, J.D. serves as the Legal Counsel for Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. Currently, she serves as Chief of Labor Relations for the District of Columbia, Department of Human Services. Ms. Buckley has over 20 years of experience in practicing law as a family law attorney in Maryland’s public and private sector. She earned her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism from Clark Atlanta University (formerly Clark College). Ms. Buckley earned her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University Of Maryland School Of Law. Currently, resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Dana Brewington Stebbins, Esq.
Dana Brewington Stebbins, Esq. President, The Law Offices of Dana B. Stebbins Esquire : President and CEO, The Cornelius Group (“TCG”) The Cornelius Group, “TCG” is a privately owned consulting firm founded in 1997 by Dana B. Stebbins. The firm provides advice in areas of economic development and law. It also develops strategies for business growth. Ms. Stebbins is well known in the community because she serves on a number of corporate and charitable boards. She is a Past Chair of the District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce, Past Chair of the Prince George’s Group, and Past Board Member of the Metropolitan Y and The Metropolitan Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In 2013, she was voted one on Maryland Top 100 Women.
Jerry is the Managing Partner of entilisys, a result driven consulting and technical services company. He is a recognized leader and change agent in the information technology industry. As an industry veteran, he has held numerous leadership roles in technical services, operational management, sales and business development, executive leadership and strategic organizational development. Jerry is distinguished by his passion for business, his focus on collaborative team building, and his commitment to meeting customer and market demands. His contagious enthusiasm instills him and his team members with extraordinary energy and dedication in an environment where creativity and innovation are encouraged.
Herber Paredes is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God denomination. He attended Washington Adventist University and graduated with a degree in elementary/special education. Currently Mr. Paredes is working in the Montgomery County Public School in Takoma Park Elementary School as a first grade teacher. He sits on the LUKE Foundation Board as the Director of Multicultural Awareness.
Tamra A. Blake
Tamra is the Executive Director for Let Us Keep Engaged (LUKE) Foundation. She is a highly skilled executive administrator with expertise and proficiency in revitalizing functions, driving quality improvement, increasing productivity, implementing cost-effective systems, vendor management, formulating and executing strategic plans and driving vision. She has a distinct background holding positions as Senior Vice President of Administration in the Legal Department at Bank of America and legacy Fleet Bank supporting the General Counsel. She is a graduate of Wellesley College with a BA in Economics and Sociology.