Tenelle Thomas, UMOJA Program Manager

tthomas@evolveservices.org

James Johnson, UMOJA Education Programs Director

jjohnson@evolveservices.org

James Johnson has a wealth of experience including managing Emergency Shelter and Group home programs specifically for African American youth and children who have been abused and abandoned. James has also planned events including African American Parent Involvement Day, the African American holiday of Kwanzaa, King Birthday celebration, and Un-Sung heros/Black Child Development Week. James is excited to provide leadership, vision, planning, and support to camps with a focus on history, culture, and identity. He is looking forward to seeing the smiling faces of all our families at the upcoming camps.

Emily Goodhue, Education Specialist

egoodhue@evolveservices.org

Emily (she/her) comes from a background in Sociology, social work, and preschool teaching. Her passion is talking with fellow white people about how to unlearn the racism that has been inscribed in our bodies. Recently she has been learning about how we can then collectively advocate for racially equitable policies. Emily appreciates UMOJA parents’ deep commitment to unlearn their past biases and then learn how to better support their Black children in a white supremacist society. She is excited to get to see the families in person this summer!

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