Board of Directors & Advisors

The Board of Directors includes:

Carolivia Herron, President & Director of Education

Professor Carolivia Herron lives in Washington, DC where she writes fiction and scholarly works, and develops multimedia educational products. Carolvia has established writing clubs and home school courses in classical literature and creative writing. She also directs the PAUSE program (Potomac Anacostia Ultimate Story Exchange), which pairs young writers with e-mail mentors from community service organizations. In March 2010, Carolivia received her most recent award, the Exceptional Women in the Arts Award for Operatic Arts from Washington, DC Councilwoman Muriel Bowser.

Lafayette Davis, Secretary/Treasurer

Lafayette is a veteran of the United States Navy, an accountant, and auditor.  Lafayette has engaged in many charitable activities and advised multiple nonprofits in the areas of fiscal management. Lafayette received an MBA from Southeastern University in Washington DC and his Bachelor of Science degree from Regents College of New York.

 Advisory Board

John More, Advisor

John is an attorney, entrepreneur, community activist, and member of the Washington Interfaith Network. John has consulted with multiple nonprofits in the DC area and is a graduate of Yale University

Buchanan Dugan, MD, Advisor

Buck is a Board Certified surgeon practicing in West Virginia. He is active in his local parish in Loudon County, Virginia and has consulted with Street To Street since its inception.

Alisha Jacobsen, Advisor

Alisha is an attorney practicing family law in Montgomery County. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Alisha taught French.

Geremie Sawadogo, Advisor

Geremie works at the World Bank as a Senior Human Resources Officer. Originally from West Africa, Geremie has his Ph.D. in International Education and has been a teacher, an associate professor, a Peace Corps Country Director, and an author.

Kassahun Teffera, Advisor

Kassahun currently works  in Montgomery County. Formerly from Ethiopia, Kassahun spent much of his career overseas as an economist and diplomat.

Audrey Smith, Advisor

Audrey is a longtime Washingtonian who worked on Capital Hill and operated her own business in Washington DC. Audrey’s interest and generosity in supporting Street To Street has been a bright light for us throughout our formation.