Jamil is an experienced litigator and former accountant who has served a variety of clients across numerous industries.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he graduated from Howard University before earning his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School. While in law school, he held many leadership positions, served as a Teaching Assistant at The Wharton School, and regularly advocated for the successful reintegration of returning prisoners into their family life and our communities. His advocacy led to the publication of an article titled, “Deconstructing Re-entry: Identifying Issues, Best Practices, and Solutions.” Jamil’s article received the Delores K. Sloviter Prize, which is given by Penn Law to the graduating student who prepared the best paper and research project in the field of judicial administration. Since graduating from law school, he has clerked for Judge C. Darnell Jones, II of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, practiced business litigation at an Am Law 100 firm, and advocated on behalf of Georgia voters at a national party.
Jamil regularly speaks on voting rights, volunteers with local organizations centered around voting empowerment, and seeks out related pro bono opportunities.
Outside of the office, he also enjoys cooking, running marathons, and spending time with family.
Germaica Bradley is a Program Manager, NGA
Germaica Bradley holds her B.S. in Business Administration, Marketing from S.C. State University, where she met Ms. Elisa Watson, as well as an M.B.A., Finance from Keller Graduate School of Management. While she has no prior experience serving as a board member, Ms. Bradley has been a strong advocate of Future Successors since its inception. The mission and the experiences that it provides to the youth is what attracted Ms. Bradley to the organization. Although Ms. Bradley currently resides in the DC Metro area, she is dedicated to providing financial and administrative support to Future Successors so that they are able to sustain and continue to strengthen the communities through the youth.
Stephen Warren has a degree in Accounting from Fisk University, Series 7 & 66 licenses and has been working in the Financial Services industry since 2003. He is passionate about helping individuals, families, and businesses to create, grow, and transfer wealth through holistic financial planning. He is married with two children and enjoys volunteering with local and national non-profits.
Andre Lacey II was born to Andre and Charlene Dent-Lacey on February 11, 1984 in Augusta, GA. Growing up most of his time was spent at the Boys Club of Augusta and playing basketball. After graduating from Westside Comprehensive High School, He joined the United States Army to serve as Combat Medic. Due to injuries Andre was medically discharged and returned home to Augusta. Lacey, still passionate about serving his community, joined The brotherhood of the Augusta Fire Department. While attending Paine College he developed a passion for teaching kids. He began teaching golf at The Boys and Girls Club of Augusta, then as the Assistant Golf Professional at the Augusta Municipal Golf Course, Gordon Lakes Golf Course. Entering the PGA golf program in 2015 Lacey became the only black golf professional in the city of Augusta that was registered with the PGA Associate program. While working at these facilities Andre has independently operating the only open JR PGA League in the CSRA and has been featured in PGA Magazine, The Golf Channel, Shoutout Atlanta, local tv stations and several other media outlets. He now operates his business Andre Frantz Golf Inc. Andre Frantz Golf Incorporated is a non profit organization that provides free golf instruction to anyone who wants to learn the game of golf. We help provide golf equipment, clothes, and pay for green fees for those who can’t afford to pay to play the golf course. Currently working an internship at Augusta National Golf Course learning more about large scale golf operations. Lacey is married to Tera Courtney-Lacey and they have two children, Paiton (15) and Austin (10).
Dr. Sherea M. Lloyd, Founder of EdConnect Solutions and Regional Director of
Professional Learning with Scholastic, Inc. has over a decade of experience with academic communities in education, leadership and consulting, As a consultant Sherea’s goal is to leave people and teams better than she finds them: more encouraged, better equipped, and in a better position to win! Sherea holds a Bachelor of Science from Florida A&M University in Health Care Management. She also received a Masters from Florida State University in Elementary Education. Additionally, she earned a Doctorate in Higher Education from Clark Atlanta University. Sherea is originally from Dallas, Texas, enjoys travel, working out, and spending time with family and friends. She is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and was cast on CBS’s Survivor: China (Season 15).
Malcolm Walker is Director of Merchandising Strategy at The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, and has been with the company over a decade. He is a “retailer” with almost 20 years of professional experience at several Fortune 100 retail organizations in buying, supply chain, analytics, and finance. Born in Mobile, AL and raised by a single father in Atlanta, GA, Malcolm benefitted from enrichment programs at the Andrew & Walter Young Family YMCA and Atlanta University Center growing up in the city. After graduating from Benjamin Mays High School, Malcolm attended Florida A&M University and received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. A husband and father of one son, Malcolm has been active throughout his professional career in coaching youth basketball with Atlanta Recreation Centers, and volunteering with the Atlanta United Way and Atlanta Urban League. Before he joined the board of Future Successors, he served as a volunteer and mentor.