Contact Us

For media related questions, contact McKalyn Danner.

Our Staff:



Margaret Creighton – President/CEO
Se’Naqua Hildreth – Executive Assistant


Brandon Brooks – Director of Development
McKalyn Danner – Communications Manager
Jordan Livingston – Volunteer Coordinator
Jennifer Schmidt – Database & Grants Specialist
Taylor Trousdale – Development Assistant


Kelli Clark, M.Ed., NCSP – Director of Education
Amy Thorgenson – Early Head Start Director
Marshae Compton – Early Head Start Teacher
Christina Cunningham – Pre-K Teacher
Christina Hastings – Pre-K Assistant
Sarah Baker – Lead Teacher / Kindergarten Teacher
Carly Smith – Lead Classroom Assistant / Kindergarten Assistant
Elizabeth Dahl – First Grade Teacher
Brittney Jones – First Grade Assistant
Kristen Bennett – Second Grade Teacher
Elizabeth Adame – Second Grade Assistant
Marva Williamson – Third Grade Teacher
Tasha Reed – Third Grade Assistant
Amanda Martinez, M.Ed. – Fourth Grade Teacher
LaTamera Spagner – Fourth Grade Assistant
Trier Davenport-Doak – Fifth Grade Teacher
Chelsea Dowell – Fifth Grade Assistant
Ashley Hinson, M.Ed. – Sixth Grade Teacher
Gillian Dudley – Sixth Grade Assistant
Sarah Caputo – Art & Multimedia Coordinator
Jessica Confer – Education & Extracurricular Programs Coordinator
Amanda Rokicki – Special Education Teacher
James Moore – Classroom Assistant Floater
Grace Winter, LCSW – School Counselor

Family Support

Kelly Berger, MSW – Director of Family Support
Stephanie Smiley – Lead Case Manager / Rapid Re-Housing Specialist
Nayma Mendieta – Case Manager
E’Lexus Merriweather – Case Manager
Alicia Walker – Case Manager
Maddison Humphries – Transition Coordinator
Rachel Brown – Family Support Coordinator
Erin Haught – Family Support Administrative Assistant


Jessica Nolte – Director of Finance & Operations
Demetrius Mayhue – Operations Manager
Angelique Chandler – Operations Assistant / Driver
Amy Nixon – Receptionist
Mamie Milligan – Kitchen Assistant / Driver
Stefan Warner – Part-time Driver

View the Board of Directors for Positive Tomorrows.
View the Wellness Policy and the Triennial Wellness Assessment Report for Positive Tomorrows.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Positive Tomorrows participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch programs. In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. Learn more.