Our Mission

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Wilcome Human Services, Inc., is a salubrious network for youth and young adults who need mentoring, education resources, and support services. We provide a loving, solid and prosperous environment that is geared to assess and challenge youth and young adults to transition and obtain a stable and independent life.

Our Staff and Mentors

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Staff and Volunteer Mentors are geared to serve as mentors for the at-risk youth and young adults. All mentors are carefully selected, given a background check for Childline and FBI Clearances and trained to model and encourage positive behaviors and outlooks.

Values Statement

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Wilcome Human Services, Inc. values and respects everyone’s quality and nobility. The understanding of the youth and young adult’s plight is incorporated with the organization’s culture. We seek to provide our community and society with the upmost patience, integrity, honesty and trust.

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Meet Our Board of Directors & Officers

Dr. John France, Ph.D.

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. France is an Academic Program Director at the University of Delaware and work with youth in Community Psychiatry.

Dr. France is deeply committed to improving the lives of young people through increased educational options, academic enrichment, civic engagement and cultural exposure.

Andrea Moore, MSBM

Board of Directors, Member

Ms. Moore is a goal-orientated Human Resources professional for the Johns Hopkins Health Systems.

Ms. Moore owns Moore Workforce Development, LLC., which  is an innovative Human Resource company geared to outsource services to those seeking assistance with the hiring process of onboarding new employees; Career Coaching/Resume Building and much more.

Ms. Moore is leader who can identify the change needed to improve profit, performance and engagement.

Ray Starks

Advisory Board Member

Mr. Starks is the Radio Host of the Bossed up Crowned up Mix Show for Power 4.4 radio station. Mr. Starks is a record producer and musician.

 

His community outreach in Baltimore City, over the past 10 years, consists of teaching music and vocal lessons to youth and young adults who would not otherwise have access to instruments and training.

Latoya Frazier, BSM

Founder/Board of Director, Chair

Mrs. Frazier is the founder of Wilcome Human Services, Inc. She works in Human Resources for the Johns Hopkins Health System. Mrs. Frazier has  years of experience in working with youth. She authored children/young adult's books.

A Baltimorean,  Mrs. Frazier, is dedicated to improving the lives of young people to ensure they are guided in the right direction.

Antwon Grant

Board of Directors, Member

Mr. Antwon Grant is strong advocate for youth. He works for the State of Maryland, Department of Health.

Mr. Grant also works in the marketing and communications fields. He has worked to bring Baltimore, MD some of the best local entertainment and social lifestyle and community issues dealing with our city and surrounding areas. He has helped to create a platform for local artist’s music to be played, authors, dancers, actors models, businesses and organizations to be spotlighted.

Kishma Lewis-Fisher

Org Secretary

Mrs. Lewis-Fisher is strong advocate for youth. She works at the Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center.

Ms. Lewis also worked for Alliance, Inc. who provides behavioral and mental health services by providing educational, vocational and case management.

Phinesse Demps

Board of Directors, Vice Chairman

Mr. Demps is an entrepreneur, music promotor, radio and television personality and journalist. Owner of IndieSoul Management, Mr. Demps has shown his dedication to committing to produce multi-media outlets on day-to-day pressing topics and events that affect the community.

Mr. Demps has also worked with organizations such as The Baltimore Times, WPUL 1590AM/Daytona Times Newspaper, Syracuse Newspapers and WEZG-FM 98.1 Radio Station.

Eric Collier, BSBA

Advisory Board Chairman

Mr. Collier is the Chairman and President of The Children's Home of Catonsville. He chairs fundraising, marketing and development. He has over two decades of experience in project management, building robust relationship and working for nonprofit sectors.  He is also a consultant in the areas of Donor Retention, Major Gift Fundraising and a Culture of Philanthropy.

Mr. Collier's benevolent passion for helping others has impacted the healthcare and lives of those he surrounds and beyond.