JacQuan D. Winters
Following the death of his sister, JacQuan sought a way to keep her memory alive and he founded the Kristen Amerson Youth Foundation. JacQuan earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from the University of West Alabama. JacQuan began his professional career in Baltimore, Maryland as a summer intern at the corporate headquarters of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. After completing the internship, JacQuan returned to his home of Tuscaloosa, Alabama where he accepted a position with Tuscaloosa County Juvenile Court as a Juvenile Probation Officer. JacQuan is currently pursuing a Master of Education in Student Affairs at the University of West Alabama.
Jasmine B. Knox
Jasmine B. Knox received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from the University of West Alabama. While at the University of West Alabama, she served in several capacities and worked closely with the administration of the university. She currently attends The University of Alabama where she is earning her Masters of Public Administration. Jasmine B. Knox resides in Moundville, AL.
Chanterryka D. Calhoun
Chanterryka D. Calhoun is a native of Montgomery, AL. Chanterryka received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, AL. Chanterryka began her teaching career at Midfield Elementary School in Midfield, AL., where she was employed as a Third Grade Teacher. Currently, Chanterryka is a Kindergarten Teacher at Central Elementary School in Tuscaloosa, AL. Chanterryka loves working with the youth and being a positive role model for the younger generation.