Our ability to serve as agents of hope is made possible through the dedication and excellent skill-sets of our volunteers. They are the backbone of what we do and we'd like you to meet a few of them here. These are everyday people performing exceptional acts of generosity by laying the framework of a project destined to impact recidivism in America.
Rosalyn Davis, President/Chair
Rosalyn's contributions to the Genesis mission has been significant to say the least. Along with her Masters Degree in Criminal Justice, Rosalyn is armed with more than 15 years of correctional experience in the private sector and with the State Government. She currently manages the development of Georgia Day Reporting Centers -- a highly structured non-residential drug treatment program for probationers and parolees and is an instructor at Middle Georgia State College teaching Introduction to Criminal Justice. Her success among the incarcerated has helped Genesis march toward its goal of combating recidivism.
Christina Davis, Board Member
Christina has spent seven years with Federal Civil Service holding the positions of Aircraft Mechanic and Electronic Industrial Controls Technician at Robins Air Force Base. She is also a member of the 55th Combat Communications Squadron at Robins Air Force Base as a traditional Reservist. She holds an Associate of Applied Science in both Aviation Maintenance Technology from Central GA Technical College and Electronic Information Systems from the Community College of the Air Force, along with a Bachelor in Technical Management from DeVry University. Her goals in life are focused on showing people the power and results of resilience, perseverance, determination, prayer, and hard work while working as a team to bring individuals together for a great cause.
Margaret Q. Flowers, Executive Director/Founder
Certified in Business Administration, Margaret's extensive background of 25 years in Human Resources gives her the advantage when it comes to meeting the most needs. She is passionate when it comes to helping others who are struggling, and have has served on a variety of outreach projects in the community. Regardless of the path taken, the end goal is the same -- to achieve successful reintegration into the community, sustainable self-sufficiency and permanent independent affordable housing. As a Certified Therapon Biblical Counselor, she is an advocate of faith-based treatment models designed to help identify life controlling problems, and to help process the deep spiritual recovery issues of hurting people.
Gabriela Gilner, Board Member/Finance Chair
Gabriela is an accountant with experience in hospitality, accounting and audit. She is a graduate of UAB school of Business and she is currently enrolled at The University of Cincinnati for the post graduate study program in taxation. Her passions are tax, accounting and community involvement. She has volunteered her time with non-profit organizations to alleviate poverty and with animal welfare advocates.
Cheryl McBroom, Vice President/Vice Chair
Ms. Cheryl Lynn McBroom is a United States Army Retired Veteran and the proud mother of two young adults. As part of her military experience she worked for the Washington State Army National Guard, receiving “Soldier of The Year” and the Washington State Commendation Medal. Ms.McBroom, was also awarded the Commendation Medals in both the New Jersey Army National Guard and the Georgia Army National Guard. In 1994, she supported the 48th Infantry Brigade in Macon, GA with the “Flood of 1994” moving on to the support the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia. On the National level Ms. McBroom was appointed Treasure of the Georgia Army National Guard Association to which she attended yearly statewide conferences and received two awards for “Excellence."
After serving 23 years with the armed forces Ms. Cheryl Lynn enrolled in Middle Georgia Technical College and obtain two certifications; one in “Medical Administration” and the other in “Commercial Trucking Driving”. While, finally working towards finishing up her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology (which began at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck New Jersey); she applied to the Air University for Applied Studies to get her Associate’s Degree in Business Management by December 2018.
Today, Ms. McBroom continues to give back as the Unaccompanied Housing Superintendent at Robins Air Forces Base in Warner Robins, Georgia. She is determined to “Make a difference & Make it better” by working to improve the quality of life for our junior enlisted dorm resident Airmen.