Introducing the 2019 Class of Civic Fellows


The Hands On Atlanta Civic Leadership Program, powered by Constellation, recently welcomed it’s 10th class of Civic Fellows! 18 changemakers from around metro Atlanta are taking their service to the next level and will participate in the year long program featuring leadership training and mentoring. The Civic Fellows will also have the opportunity to build a year long relationship with a dedicated nonprofit partner to manage service projects, recruit volunteers, oversee service days and provide education to volunteers as to the mission of their nonprofit partner.

Listen to an interview with new Civic Fellows Ashley Adams and Bryan Robison on The Weekly High 5 podcast!

In efforts to remain in a constant state of contribution and gratitude, I applied to be a Civic Fellow as an opportunity to give back, develop and further hone my leadership, program management, fundraising and problem-solving skills. The opportunity to be a part of the 10th CLP class is exciting, as I look forward to forging new relationships with my peers, prospective volunteers and the communities we’ll serve.
— Ashley B. Adams

The Hands On Atlanta Civic Fellows represent the premier volunteers of our organization. These are the leaders that go above and beyond to meet the challenges facing our community. Please help us welcome the incoming class!

Meet the 2018/19 Hands On Atlanta Civic Fellows:

  • Ashley B. Adams, Product Management and Marketing Manager, NCR

    Nonprofit Partner: A.G. Rhodes - Cobb

  • Javon Carter, Training Specialist, Anthem

    Nonprofit Partner: Breakthrough Atlanta

  • Ganelle Cross, Business Design Coordinator, Mcgregor at Associates Architects

    Nonprofit Partner: A.G. Rhodes - Wesley Woods

  • Caitlin Daugherty Kokenes, Communications and Engagement Manager, RedefinED Atlanta

    Nonprofit Partner: Truly Living Well

  • Jessica Gibbs, Teacher, North Metro Academy of Performing Arts

    Nonprofit Partner: Breakthrough Atlanta

  • Tiye Glover, Sr. Financial Analyst, Comcast

    Nonprofit Partner: Trees Atlanta

  • Emealia Hollis, Creative Services Specialists, Lockton Companies

    Nonprofit Partner: Open Hand Atlanta

  • Antonette Igbenoba, Data Protection Analyst/Owner, The Privacy Source

    Nonprofit Partner: Action Ministries - Women’s Community Kitchen

  • Marie Jones, Teacher, The Roane School

    Nonprofit Partner: A.G. Rhodes - Atlanta

  • David Lee, CSP 1/Supervisor, Support Services Group of Georgia

    Nonprofit Partner: InCommunity

  • Jenna Mulvey, Administrative Coordinator, Frago, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

    Nonprofit Partner: InCommunity

  • Kendra Chanel Murphy, GAP Adjuster, Safe Guard

    Nonprofit Partner: Discovery at Scott Elementary

  • Andrea O’Neal, Mail Agent, Delta

    Nonprofit Partner: Discovery at Brookview Elementary

  • Tayla Reid, AmeriCorps Service Leader, Clayton State University

    Nonprofit Partner: West Atlanta Watershed Alliance

  • Brian Robinson, Commercial Project Controller, Omnetric Group - A Siemens Company

    Nonprofit Partner: MedShare

  • Victoria E. Shelton-Stroud, Owner, Shelton Power Consultants

    Nonprofit Partner: Discovery at Thomasville Heights

  • Nicole Shepard, Student, Georgia State University and Visiting Researcher, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Nonprofit Partner: Discovery at Usher Collier Elementary

  • Sivi Thomas, Student, Georgia State University

    Nonprofit Partner: Breakthrough Atlanta

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The Civic Leadership Program is made possible by Presenting Sponsor, Constellation.  Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading supplier of electric, natural gas, and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the continental United States. Through their support of the Civic Leadership Program, Constellation has further demonstrated their commitment to sustainability, not just of natural resources, but of the Atlanta communities and families.