Kenyetta Dotson is a community organizer, veteran, and woman of faith who encourages positive systemic change throughout the City of Flint, Genesee County, and beyond. She has over 30 years of community development experience, serving as an
advocate for youth, families, and survivors of violence. Ms. Dotson works closely with youth, parents, organizations, and so
many more to instill hope, provoke forward thinking, and apply solution-driven ACTION
to address community needs.
Kenyetta attended Mott Community College before earning a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan-Flint. She went on to earn a Master of Social Work degree at Michigan State University.
Bob Brown is a community champion and strategic planner. He currently serves as Associate Director of University-Community Partnerships at Michigan State University. He held previous positions with the United Way of Genesee County and United Way of Muskegon County and is a founding member of Neighborhoods Without Borders.
Bob holds a master's degree in Public Administration from Western Michigan University.
When Bob isn't working in support of community development, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son.
Kristina Jimmerson is a Flint native whose passion for serving youth has fueled her career as a dedicated educator. For the past 8 years, Kristina has served as 4-H Program Coordinator with Michigan State University Extension, she is employed with MSU Extension as a 4-H Program Coordinator.
Her educational background includes a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Eastern Michigan University and a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from the University of Michigan-Flint.
Kristina dedicated dozens of volunteer hours to supporting local youth. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters, jewelry making, watching her TV shows, writing and studying African American history.
Alexis Murphy Morris believes a life led by faith and purpose is a life well-lived. As a former nurse, Alexis encourages young people to prioritize their health and well-being. Her personal and professional work with Genesee County youth is extensive and includes being one of the longest-serving members of the WOW Outreach Board of Directors.
Alexis dedicated 20 years of service to the Genesee County Preschool Program as a Health Services Coordinator. Later, she accepted the role of 67th & 68th District Court Mediator and Student Advocate. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree.
Alexis is a world traveler, wife, mother, grandmother, and community champion dedicated to the betterment of Flint, Michigan.
Demona Willingham-Davis is dedicated to advocacy. She works tirelessly to support both youth and vulnerable adult populations in the community. A resident of Genesee County, she holds a Master of Social Work degree from Michigan State University.
For more than 20 years, DeMona has served in various capacities at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services where she has trained, mentored, and chaired internal committees.
DeMona is a wife, mother of an active duty Marine, and dedicated community advocate. She enjoys running and providing resource updates to the community via her Community Action Network-Flint, Michigan on Facebook.
Qiana towns Williams
Qiana Towns Williams was born and bred in north Flint. She is a proud graduate of Flint Northern High School (Big Red!) and currently serves as District Director in the Michigan Senate.
Qiana received masters degrees from Bowling Green State University and Central Michigan University and is nearing completion of a Master of Business Administration.
Qiana has been an advocate, activist, and volunteer for many years and currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Greater Flint YWCA. She enjoys crafting, reading books, and watching sports when she's not busy being a mom.