Eunice Mingo, MS, LPS c/o 1994
Ms. Eunice Mingo is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the States of Alabama and Georgia. She is a National Certified Counselor and a Board Certified Substance Abuse Professional. Eunice is the Owner and Chief Clinical Officer at ECM Counseling Services in Mobile, AL.
Travis Marshall c/o 2004
Travis C. Marshall, is a 2004 honors graduate of Williamson High School where he was member of the varsity football team and the Lemuel Keeby honor society. Travis C. Marshall, attended Jackson State University where he received a Bachelor's of Business Administration degree in Accounting in 2008. After college Travis began his Accounting career in 2009 with the state of Alabama. Travis the assistant clerk at Revelation Missionary Baptist Church and is married with 2 kids.
Miriam Lewis c/o 1983
Miriam Lewis is chief inclusion officer at Principal Financial Group®. She joined Principal® in July 2019 after working for 16 years at The Clorox Company. In her role, she has global responsibility for designing, leading and implementing strategies that foster a more inclusive workplace, increase employee performance, drive better outcomes for customers, and ultimately improve business results. A native of Mobile, Ala., Lewis holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from The University of Alabama.
Shirley Session c/o 1969
Shirley A. Sessions, Vice President, Community Development Manager for Regions Bank, whose coverage area includes Central/South Alabama and Northwest Florida. Sessions continues to use her professional and technical skills to build relationships with nonprofit organizations, local area service groups and individuals to make the community a better place for all. Sessions currently serves as member and past chair of the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce-Growth Alliance Task Force, in addition she serves as Commissioner for the City of Mobile Planning Commission, a member of the Revolving Loan Committee for South Alabama Regional Planning Commission, member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., member of Delta Resource Educational Association of Mobile (DREAM) Foundation, serving as its assistant treasurer, member of Mt Hebron Church Ministries where she serves as Chair of the Finance Committee and newly appointed member of the Africatown Redevelopment Corporation board of directors. A graduate of the University of South Alabama with a B.S. in Business Management, Shirley and her husband James are proud parents of two adult children.
John Clipper, Jr. c/o 1988
Mr. Clipper is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and US Army Veteran. John is the founder of The Clipp Project [Changing Lives w/Inspiration Purpose & Passion] and Co-Owner of Playsmint LLC.
He spilts his time as the COO and Project Manager as he fulfills his Purpose in providing training and developing mentorship programs for high school and college students. Of which includes:
-Youth Juvenile System
John Clipper has been recognized for his exemplary work facilitating Internships with clients such as Texas Workforce Commission and other outstanding organizations such as:
KPMG, NASA , MD Anderson Cancer Hospital, Houston Museum of Health and
Houston Museum of Natural Science just to name a few.