A graduate of The University of Florida (Go Gators!), Sytonnia 'Toni' Moore attended UF on a minority honors scholarship where she earned her BS in Broadcast Journalism. If you know Sytonnia, you know she eats, breathes and sleeps Journalism. It is her passion. Her career as a multimedia broadcaster started with Cox Communications as a TV Host and Reporter for an Entertainment program, at the age of 17. It fed her creative addiction and since then, she's developed a career that spans two decades and includes work for Cox Media Group, TV-One, ESPN, Fox Sports South, Fox 5 Atlanta, The CW-69, CBS Radio Orlando and Atlanta, Atlanta Hawks Radio, iHeartMedia, WCJB TV 20 News and more.
Equally yoked, Sytonnia's off-air work is just as important as her on-air commitments. A faithful servant to the community, her dedication to community service runs deep. Sytonnia received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for outstanding and invaluable service to the community from Congressman David Scott. She was also honored to be recognized by the Georgia Chapter of The Lupus Foundation of America. In addition to helping other organizations, Sytonnia runs her own charity, The Moore Help Foundation of Atlanta, Inc. 501(c)3 where she places a strong focus on children, women and the elderly. Other achievements include receiving the Florida Governor's Award for Outstanding Journalism, recent honors from Black Wall Street for Outstanding Content and Community Service and the Network Nova recognized her as Atlanta's Top Journalist for 2021.
Sytonnia is also a member of the Mary Parker Foundation's Advisory Council Board and is now more than honored to sit on the Atlanta Family Foundation's Advisory Board.
Jolie Jackson believes integrity is the fundamental element of her company,
J.A. Financial Services, as well as how she approaches charity and philanthropy.
With over 20 years of accounting experience as well as working as a Controller, CFO, Director of Accounting and Human Resources, her skillset allows Atlanta Family Foundation how to do the most good with what we receive. Her support within the Board for Atlanta Family Foundation is led from the heart and backed with experience, empathy and a genuine love for people.
Jolie is a graduate of The University of Phoenix and received a Bachelors of Science in Accounting. She then completed her Masters in Accounting and Financial Management from Keller Graduate School in Atlanta, Georgia.
Donna McLeod is a Chemical Engineer with over 20 years’ experience in Quality Assurance Management/ Engineering, and the President/CEO of Enviroqual, LLC a Quality Assurance/Regulatory Consulting company specializing in Medical Devices, Food, Plastics and Pharmaceuticals. Ms. McLeod is the mother of a grown daughter and she is also a very proud grandmother. Ms. McLeod was a grassroots organizer for Senator Obama’s 2008 campaign. In 2012, she was National Director for Voter Outreach for Black Women for Obama in President Obama re-election campaign.
On November 6, 2018 she was elected State Representative for District 105, winning with over 4000 votes. In 2018, she also earned the endorsements of both President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder. In 2020, Representative McLeod sought re-election with her “Let’s Do It Again” campaign, the campaign ended in a landslide victory.
Ms. McLeod is a co-founder of C.A.N.I, Inc., (Community Action Network Initiatives) a non-profit 501c3 organization that helps educate and inform people of their civic and societal rights and responsibilities.