Jayla Wideman is the founder of FHL Closets and Tutoring Services, Inc. She is currently in her second year at Georgetown University with plans to major in economics with a double minor in justice and peace studies and French. She enjoys learning, spending time with friends and family, reading, listening to music and doing community service. She has always wanted to find a way to impact her community and thus, FHL was born. She hopes the organization continues to grow and that students nationwide can be reached.
Jamila Frazier received her B.A. from Mercer University and went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. She served as a girl scout troop leader for several years, is an active member of her Jack and Jill Chapter and enjoys volunteering in the community. She started 4bg, a nonprofit with 3 of her law school classmates, which focuses on providing mentorship for girls of color in low income communities. She is the proud mother of Jayla and Emani. In her spare time she likes reading, listening to music, traveling, spending time with family and all things Disney.
Eric is Jayla Wideman father. He grew up primarily in Fayetteville, GA until he went on to Auburn University where he Majored in MIS (Management Infomration Systems).From there he spent time between Alexander City, AL and Washington, DC before settling back down in Atlanta, GA where he now works for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, watching football, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. Growing up as a Boy Scout helped him understand at a young age how important it is to help others. He has gotten an opportunity to witness firsthand the importance of uplifting and giving to others. He especially understands giving our youth an opportunity to thrive and succeed when it comes to preparedness and education. He is also a board member of Thomas and Carol Scholars Incorporated. He is looking forward to being apart of and watching FHL grow.
Born and raised from Atlanta, Georgia. Educator and administrator of 13 years for DeKalb and KIPP Metro Atlanta (Atlanta Public Schools). Graduate of Morehouse college ‘06. Diverse background in counseling, business, and education.
Kate Grabowski is a high school student. She really enjoys helping people and has been volunteering at a therapeutic riding program for special needs children for the past year. She enjoys volunteering because she loves seeing the difference you can make by helping people.
Madeleine is in high school. She deeply enjoys service and have been volunteering and donating at the woman and children’s shelter. She finds joy in helping others in any way she can.
Andrea Womack is the Principal of JT McWilliams Elementary. She has had over a decade of successful experience working in the Clark County School District. Andrea is currently working on her Ed.D. in Executive Educational Leadership through The University of Las Vegas, Nevada. Andrea has a strong passion for increasing student achievement through transformational leadership and innovative change. She is a recent graduate of the Public Education Foundations Executive Leadership Academy (Cohort 6, 2018) and regularly collaborates with school leaders across the Las Vegas Valley to help brainstorm ways to increase student achievement for ALL.
My name is Asata Manigault I am a High School sophomore and I joined FHL because I believe in making a difference and that it takes hard work and an amazing team in order to change people's lives for the better. FHL is giving me the chance to help them make the world a better place one closet at a time.
Received a B.S. in Sport Management from Hampton University, a Juris Doctorate from Walter F.G. School of Law at Mercer University, and a Masters in Tax Law from Northwestern University. She is currently a Client Services Partner with Bloomberg Industry Group. Before joining Bloomberg, Ms. Jackson practiced tax law specializing in working with non-profit organizations. Ms. Jackson is a founding Board Member of 4 Black Girls, Inc. and FHL Closets & Tutoring Services. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending concerts, and baking.
D’Andrea Morning serves as Project Mentor for FHL Closets and Tutoring Services. Professionally, D’Andrea J. Morning serves as the Vice President, Corporate Compliance (Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer) for Grady Health System, one of the largest public academic healthcare systems in the United States. D’Andrea received her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2004. She received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Mercer University School of Law in 2007. D’Andrea is an active community volunteer. She served as a Board Member and Secretary of The Center for Black Women’s Wellness and a founding Board Member and President of the nonprofit organization, 4 Black Girls, Inc. D’Andrea is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She enjoys traveling, music festivals and concerts, and cooking.