Meet our team and board of directors committed to changing the mental health community by erasing the stigma associated with mental illness.
Tamu Lewis is President of the Lee Thompson Young Foundation. She is also the founder of People Solutions Group LLC, a human resources consulting firm. Tamu has worked on various types of strategic projects including compensation strategy, performance management, succession planning, career pathing, training, work force strategy, and competency development. She has over 21 years of work experience, including 17 years of human resources consulting experience focusing in compensation and performance management.
Stephanie Johnson is the Foundation's Clinical Mental Heath Consultant and Training Facilitator. She is the founder of NaviPsych, a consulting company for the advancement of mental health awareness through education and advocacy; and for career development in psychology. NaviPsych offers mental health education workshops, consultation services to school districts, governmental agencies, community organizations, individuals, and families. Additional services included personal development and career coaching for undergraduate psychology majors.
Xingu` Del Rosario is the Foundation's Director of Special Projects. Xingu` is the owner and operator of Valley Capoeira Martial Arts Academy in Los Angeles, California. He is a master instructor who uses his skills to help children and adults build confidence and tap inner sources of strength and awareness. Accomplished in several styles of martial arts, Xingu` was the first to open a Capoeira School in San Fernando Valley.
Board of Directors
Kevin Adams is a Managing Director at Sanford C. Bernstein. Kevin is an accomplished equity trader with top tier investment firms on Wall Street. He lends his financial planning expertise to LTY Foundation as an Advisory Board Member to provide a forward thinking investment and sustainability strategy to maximize our community reinvestment goals.
Brandeis Green is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with the Atlanta Department of Veterans Affairs. She works in general mental health; individual and group counseling for veterans with various Axis I, Axis II (including PTSD) and co-occurring substance use disorders; providing recovery oriented care using interpersonal approaches and EBTs. Dr. Green is an Advisory Board Member with LTY Foundation.
Archie L. Dixon is director, Sponsorship Sales & Strategy for BET Network. In this role, Archie is responsible for sponsorship sales, new business development and contract negotiation for the BET Experience. Archie sets and executes sales strategy and works with BET Ad Sales and Business Development to maximize sponsorship revenue for the growing BET Experience property.
Michele Dock is the Founder and Managing Partner of Integrated Performance Consulting, Inc. (IPC), and has over 35 years of know-how as a practitioner of individual and organizational performance. She founded IPC with a commitment to creating productive, healthy and fruitful businesses by equipping people with new capabilities and mindsets, and positively transforming the organizations within which they work.
Kaylyn Hibbs is a Life and Wellness Coach, utilizing essential oils, meditation, various breathing exercises, yoga, journaling and regular diet and exercise to optimize her and her clients’ wellness, as a whole. She is a wellness enthusiast with certifications in several areas of personal development. She is also a marketing consultant at an accounting firm in Atlanta, GA.
Shay Lawson is a practicing attorney and diversity consultant who has engaged with over 100 Non-Profit, Fortune 500, and Higher Education organizations to create lasting strategies to attract, retain, and promote diverse talent. Her legal experience is focused on contract law for entertainment professionals. Shay is responsible for brokering large scale client deals with: EA Sports , Universal Music Group, Def Jam, and Miller Coors. Shay is a featured TEDxJNJ speaker on the topic of diversity and inclusion
Stephen Lewis is the president of the Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE), which focuses on cultivating a new generation of Christian leaders. He has more than fifteen years of experience in corporate and nonprofit leadership, strategic planning, program development and group facilitation.
Velma E. Love, mother of Lee Thompson Young, is the author of Divining the Self: a Study in Yoruba Myth and Human Consciousness (Penn State University Press, 2012). She was the Project Director for “Equipping the Saints: Promising Practices in Black Congregational Life,” a Lilly Endowment funded project at Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, DC.
Norman C. Sauce III is the principal of Chamblee Charter High School in Atlanta, GA. He grew up in the Long Beach, California-area. He spent the first half of his professional career as a high school social studies teacher and assistant principal at several high schools in the greater-Los Angeles basin.
Malenka Warner is Managing Director and Owner of Atlanta Daybook, flagship city for the Daybook Network. She co-founded the localized online news distribution service in 1990 and acquired sole ownership in 2013. Daybook currently includes: AtlantaDaybook.com, DallasDaybook.com, and NashvilleDaybook.com. Daybook is utilized by Nonprofit organizations to promote their organization’s news and events.