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Sandra Brownlee

Founder and CEO

BHSA – Master Sergeant (retired) United States Army. Sandra was born and raised in LaGrange, Georgia.  For 27 years, she served in the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD).  In addition to training, teaching, and mentoring, she spearheaded numerous advances in leadership, management, and clinical practices throughout the AMEDD.  MSG Brownlee’s military and civilian educational background includes numerous military leadership schools. She also earned a Bachelors’ degree in Personnel Management and her Masters in Healthcare Administration.

Tiffany Spencer

Board President

Tiffany Spencer is a United States Air Force Veteran. She spent nearly 10 years in the Air Force working as a Personnel Journeyman in various Human Resources positions before deciding to leave the military to pursue other career opportunities.  Tiffany completed a B.S. in Business Management and an MBA with a concentration in Human Resources Management. Tiffany worked in HR before being hired at the United States Department of Labor (DOL) as a Management Program Analyst  for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM). Tiffany then moved to the United States General Services Administration as a Contract Specialist, where she still serves in that role today. She has a passion for volunteer work, and she has been volunteering with DSPII for over 5 years. 

Renea Jones-Hudson

Board Vice President

Captain (Ret.) United States Army, Coach, Speaker, and International Bestselling Author. Renea's 21 years of military service, marked by exemplary leadership and commitment, laid a strong foundation for her post-service endeavors. She enhanced her strategic planning, team building, and crisis management skills as an officer, proving herself as a role model for her peers and subordinates. As an Empowerment Coach, Renea specializes in helping military and retired veteran women overcome the unsettling loss of daily structure, community and the daunting task of redefining their identity in the civilian world, to becoming their next best self in this new chapter.

Lavina Wead

Griffin Site Lead

Sergeant Lavina Wead, a proud Bronx, New York native, began her military career in 1980 as a supply specialist in the Army Reserve before transitioning to a regular Army admin specialist in 1986. After serving honorably until 1995, she began a new chapter as a Correctional Officer for the State of Maryland in 1996, ultimately retiring as a Lieutenant in 2009. With a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a Concentration in Forensic Psychology, an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Development, and a Diploma in Medical Administration, Sergeant Wead has a diverse educational background. Her military training includes certifications in Equal Opportunity Leader's Course and Alcohol and Drug Coordinator, along with additional training as a Health and Safety Officer with the Maryland Division of Correction.In addition to her military and correctional work, Sergeant Wead has also served as a Tax Preparer and currently volunteers as the Claims and Benefits Director with Waypoint, as well as a Certified Veteran Service Officer under the National Association of Black Veterans. She is also a published author, showcasing her dedication to serving her community both in and out of uniform.

Tiffany Casey

Board Member

Tiffany is a board member at DSPII Waypoint.

Kimeisha McCullum

Board Member

Colonel Kimeisha Y. McCullum was born in Raleigh, Mississippi and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant of Engineer in May 1995.  She graduated from Jackson State University as a Distinguished Military Graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry.  She earned a Master of Science degree in Administration from Central Michigan University in August 2006.  She is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Business Administration degree from Northcentral University. 

Brian McKenna

Board Member

Brian is a veteran currently serving as a community leader in a collection of 501c3 non-profit organizations. Organizations include Waypoint - Discovering Soldiers Potential, the Spalding County Military Affairs Committee and the community food pantry. The central theme of the roles is working to alleviate community homelessness and hunger with a focus on providing housing, food and VA benefits assistance to veterans in transition.

Denise Mosley

Board Member

Denise Mosley currently serves the Maneuver Center of Excellence Public Affairs Office on Fort Moore with a team of talented Public Affairs Specialists who are tasked to deliver positive messaging about the Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Moore daily. Prior to transitioning into her present role Denise served as a Multimedia Journalist and Morning Show Editor for a local ABC network in Columbus GA. Denise is also a founder of an Outreach Ministry women’s group focused on empowering women to embrace their value and potential. Her message to the women she encourages is simple: “You are not alone.”

Eric Mosley

Board Member

Eric currently serves as the Troup County County Manager. Previously he worked as the Spalding County Assistant County Manager where he over saw all public safety and emergency functions for the county. 

Michael Strozier

Board Member

Michael is a board member at DSPII Waypoint

Jeffrey Russell

Board Member

Jeffrey Russell is a retired US Navy Engineer. He served from 1989-2012. His military education includes Small Boats Engineer courses for GM6-71 DDA(8V71) Westerbeke generator,  4-107, Volvo Penta generator. 41A, and Cummins generator, Submarine Quality Assurance, Inspector, Landing Craft Utility (LCU) Chief Engineer and and magazine sprinkler systems.  Throughout his career he received numerous awards including National Defense Service Medals, Achievement medals for both Navy and Army, and Global War on Terrorism medals. He enjoys traveling and volunteering in his free time.

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