The purpose of the One Hall initiative is to break the cycle of poverty in Hall County by seeking to understand poverty from the perspective of our most vulnerable citizens. We know this will take a long-term commitment and we must work side-by-side with local churches and public, private and non-profit sectors to tackle the root causes of poverty in a holistic and sustainable manner. We seek to create a community-level goal that is measurable and attainable. We will study existing statistics and work directly with those experiencing poverty to develop strategies that must be understood and addressed at a high level by the community-at-large.
Adequate Affordable Housing – Beth Brown
Hunger Alleviation – Frank Medina
Comprehensive Health and Wellness for All Ages – Daniel Thompson
Accessible Education for All Ages – Merrianne Dyer
Economic Possibilities For All – Angela Middleton
Strategic Advisor – LeTrell Simpson
Advocacy Advisor – Wilson Golden
Inclusivity Advisor – Anne Nixon
Vision Advisor– Tom Jones
Community Resource Coordinator
Cheryl is the Community Resource Coordinator. She assists with matching consumers to the many resources available in our community. An alumna of Georgia Southern University, she holds a bachelor of science degree in communications. Cheryl is very active in her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She also enjoys leading an active lifestyle. She is a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. In her spare time, Cheryl enjoys reading. She reads an average of four books per month. Cheryl and her husband Corey live in Flowery Branch.