Samantha is a graduate from Mercer University with a Bachelor of Science in Organizational leadership, with a focus on Small business and Non-Profit. She is the founder of @authenticmeconsulting. She just started a local chapter for the National Federation for Families of Children with Mental Health. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Mental Health and Wellness with a focus on family dynamics. She has accepted the Proclamation on behalf of the Caribbean Association of Georgia from the City of McDonough. She has been a pillar in her community. Samantha is from Guyana
Garth Henton, Vice President
Garth is a retired customer service supervisor with the Norfolk Southern Railroad Corporation, he also has professional experience within the airline industry. He is an ordained minister who has served as Associate Pastor at Atlanta Metropolitan Church of God and at Hope Church in Morrow, Georgia. Garth is a graduate of Long Island University with a BS in Marketing and has completed graduate course work in Public Relations. He is a proud Caribbean (Jamaica, W.I.).
Christine is a graduate of Keller School of Engineering and Science with a Masters of Information System Management degree, Database Management and a Bachelors in Business Information System. She is the Project Manger for A Fashion Affair, certified in ICAgile (ICP) well-rounded background includes, Enterprise system mergers and separation, ETL and wireless telecom servicing business and large, complex government accounts (globally), Cloud technology, AWS, Firewall and Security management, Planning, natural langual Processing, automation. Christine enjoys helping special needs indiviudals reach their full potential with technology
Assistant Public Relations
Lawrence previously served on the executive board of CAG as the Public Relations Director and Treasurer. Lawrence is the owner and creative director of Caribbean Life Tv whom he manages with his wife Wendy Prescott. He is also the creative mind of @lawrenceprescottphotography. He is from the country of Guyana. He is a Trustee on the Board of Directors of the Guyana Association of Georgia. Lawrence is the father of 3 beautiful daughters.
A native from the beautiful island of Jamaica, Camille has always been a part of the creative world. It was inevitable Camille's mother acted with Louise Bennett who was a cultural icon and
her father wrote for the Jamaican Gleaner. Camille received a degree in Broadcasting and she also studied theater in college in New York and at Brenau University in Georgia. Camille has done a
vast amount of TV Commercials, independent films, music videos, and theater. Camille was nominated for playwright of the year 2019. She wrote "Memory Laine" which helped
Raise Awareness for the Alzheimer's foundation. Camille volunteers for the Home of Hope children's shelter and recently was appointed Assistant Secretary for the Caribbean Association of GA. Camille also canvassed for various politicians during the elections. Camille firmly believes in giving back to her community. The road and path of her journey which she travels , Camille knows in her heart that the lord leads and guides her and she is a strong believer of Christ through him anything and everything is possible
Mercedes Fagan is a first generation Jamaican-American from Georgia. Mercedes received her associate degree from Clayton State University at the age of 17 even before graduating from Henry County High School. At the age of 19, Mercedes then received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Western Carolina University. She is currently studying law at Vermont Law School to become a corporate lawyer.
As Mercedes excels academically, she tirelessly helps her community and those around her. Mercedes was deeply involved in the McDonough Youth Advisory Council. She served as the Chairperson of Social Concerns and the Chairperson of Educational Concerns. During her time in the youth council, Mercedes has helped the city of McDonough connect with the youth of McDonough. She has helped organize and budget for Teen Movie Night in the Square, McDonough’s Read Across America, Teen Town Hall, and many more. As Mercedes left McDonough for college, she became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc to further help and support others around her. Although young, Mercedes has proven herself to be an overachiever that loves to help the people around her.