Althia R. Tweiten, has resided in West Orange for over 40 years and has been involved politically for 25 years. Former educator and research coordinator for Newark public schools and a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Althia R. Tweiten
Ms. Nambe-Roach, a member of Montclair Unity Church, The Brooklyn Truth Center, the Phi Eta Omega Chapter of The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., The Black Women’s Congress, Creator of KROPS (Khepera Rites of Passage System), is an educator, lecturer, choreographer, entrepreneur, wife and mother.
Keisha Taylor is an Adjunct Professor and graduate of Seton Hall University. She has spent her career in healthcare and is currently the Patient Experience Officer at East Orange General Hospital. Keisha enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.
Joyce is an attorney committed to promoting the history and contributions of people of the African Diaspora and is a frequent guest lecturer and keynote speaker for government, educational, business, and civic organizations.
Dr. Joyce Wilson Harley, Esq.
Darwin M. Davis has had a 40-plus year career as a New York City non-profit servant-leader; 25 years of which has been as a CEO /Executive Director. He now provides coaching, change management leadership and board training for next-generation managers, executives and organizations. He also teaches several Masters level courses at Baruch University of CUNY. He has been a resident of East Orange since 2015."
Kashon is a mother of two, wife and business owner. Kashon relocated her family from Wayne, NJ to West Orange in 2015 and absolutely love the town. Kashon enjoyed a wonderful fourteen year career education as a teacher and Director for Career Education in the Paterson Public Schools and Newark Public Schools. She resigned in 2017 to launch her two business ventures one in Kitchen and Dining-ware and the other a rewarding mentoring and coaching company. Kashon brings her educational experiences, social and business savvy to help create unique ways to engage new young families that have moved to the West Orange area.