It takes a village of parents, stakeholders and investors to prepare our children for global leadership
"We are Servants, Leaders and Stakeholders in that village."
Sonia M. Wignall, Co-Founder & CEO. She is a former homeschool mom and the parent of a young STEM entrepreneur.
She is an Entrepreneur, and a Cultural and Lifestye Writer.
She believes that supporting the education of our children is the best economic and social investment we can make.
Ludlow E. Bailey, CO-Founder. He is an alumni of Brown University. He is the Managing Director of CADA, (Contemporary African Diaspora Art). He is a Caribbean born cultural curator, writer and broker of Contemporary African Diaspora Art.
Kenyan born Computer Scientist, Faith Mathenge, is a dedicated Servant Leader, Administrative Manager and Trainer. Faith studied at KCA University and Machakos Universities, in Kenya. She is a pivotal figure within Diaspora Global Foundation, specializing in grant sourcing and essential administrative support. As a dedicated member, her primary focus is on securing funding to empower K-12 students in the field of STEM education. She meticulously manages the complexities of grant applications, ensuring that our initiatives have the resources needed. Additionally, she offers invaluable support in various administrative capacities, focusing on the foundation's seamless operation. Her unwavering commitment is to make a significant impact on the community we serve, and she takes great pride in being a dependable and proficient resource in this noble pursuit.
Faith W Mathenge
Director of Development
Former Asst. Principle and Academic Instructor,
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Director Azure Specialist, Microsoft.
Albert is a proven result leader in businesses growth, and development of strategic relationships. He is an experienced enterprise support, IT, project management and business
analysts. He has worked with DOD, DOJ,, and various Intelligence Agencies and the US Courts.
Instructor, The Foundary School.
She is a former homeschool mom, coach and mentor with a passion for education, STEM, service and community. Nicole
is a graduate of Gannon University and
has a Master of Science from Case
Western University. She is a First Robotics Tech Challenge Coach, and a Leader committed to inspiring youth in STEM.
Senior technology leader, Amazon.
She leads thousands of people across the globe to build the best experiences for billions of customers. Born in England, and living in the US, Sarah uses her experience as a
woman in technology to find opportunities to help others thrive. Her passion is to help them reach goals they never thought possible.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Ceismic (Center for Education Intergrating Math, Science and Computing). He is engaged in the Biologically Inspired Design for Engineering Education for High Schools,
BIRDEE). A Delivery Partner for GA, FIRST LEGO League, and Georgia-AIM (Georgia Artificial Intelligence Manufacturing)
K-12 initiative through the GT K-12 Inventure Competition.
Former academic instructor, and Assistant Principal at Woodward Academy. He holds a B.S. in Biology, (Bioengineering), from Georgia Institute of Technology, and an M.Ed. from Georgia State University. His academic instructions at Woodward spanned a period of 44 years, and included Honors Chemistry, Honors Physics, AP Biology, and Algebra. He also coached Robotics teams for the school.
Manager, (TRACON), Atlanta Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities.
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Attorney, Trust and Real Estate.
“Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mine worker can become the head of the mine, that a child of farm workers can become the president
of a great nation. It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another.”