• Donald Coleman

    Donald A. Coleman Jr. is the Director of Orientation Programs at Kennesaw State University. Donald is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago (M.Ed, Higher Education Administration) and Georgia State University (BBA, Business Management). Donald believes that there is always room for laughter in all aspects of life. Throughout his career Donald has worked in positions that have supported student leadership on college campuses. He is also an award-winning karaoke singer that interprets life through song and dance.

    • Kecia Jones

      Kecia Jones is an award-winning creation coach, speaker and performing activist. She is the founder of Millennial Movement, an empowerment agency for youth and young adults. Kecia is a former teacher in the public school system and a featured success coach. She graduated with her Master's degree in Integrated Global Communications from Kennesaw State University. She also received Master Coach certification with Inside Track. Kecia teaches First Year Seminar and Public Speaking at Kennesaw State University. She is currently co-authoring a project that brings creation coaching to the classroom; a training method that advances student success.   

      • Tamara McMillan

        Tamara McMillan is an award winning Lecturer at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY Buffalo State. Additionally, she consults as a trainer and facilitator in creativity, leadership development, retention and empowerment. Tamara is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, FourSight, and the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. She designs and delivers workshops in the above areas for the public sector, educators, students and the business community. She holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees both from SUNY Buffalo State, and a certificate of advanced studies in Creativity and Change Leadership from SUNY Buffalo State College (May 2017). She's also a doctoral candidate in the Educational Leadership Policies program at the University of Buffalo. In her spare time, Tamara likes to read, journal and travel. 

        • Ronald Smith

          Ronald Smith was born and raised in historic Selma, Alabama. Growing up in the rural south, Ronald Smith spent his childhood in the town that was the center stage for the Civil Rights Movement in the sixties. From a young age, Ronald showed promise as a basketball player and he played his way out of the small town of Selma to play with the Los Angeles Lakers and to play overseas with other American basketball stars. Today, he mentors and trains young men and women of all backgrounds and serves as Senior Trainer with New Way, Something New’s conflict reconciliation training program. He believes the principles of nonviolence are a key to transform young people’s minds, empowering them to make a change in their communities. Ronald has facilitated hundreds of trainings for college students, civic organizations and businesses. Ronald Smith has experienced personal transformations giving him the ability to teach about nonviolent social transformation and reconciliation.