Dr. Everett George
Everett D. George, Sr. Was born and raised in Monrovia Liberia , West Africa. Graduated from United Methodist University in Monrovia, Liberia in 1994. With Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Matriculated to Memphis Theological Seminary in 1996 and graduated with a Master of Divinity in pastoral counseling in 1999. Graduated in 2002 from Liberty University with a Master of Arts in Marriage and family therapy. In 2014 graduated from Memphis Theological Seminary and McMaster University with a Doctorate of mental Health Counseling. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Tennessee.
Ordained Minister in the Presbyterian Church of America 1998
Has three boys and three grand kids .
I’m Nuquie Beedoe. I live in Greenville, NC. I’m from Bong County, Liberia. Obtain my B. Sc. & Masters in Chemistry from North Carolina A&T State University. I also obtained my masters in Pharmacy from the University of Florida. I currently work as a R&D Chemist. Additionally, I am the Vice President and Co-founder of Hope Valley International.
Spring Y. George is an accountant and a certified health coach. Her work experience includes management positions in state and federal government as well as serving as a chief financial officer with non-profit organizations. Ms. George serves her community by providing services to women and children living in homeless shelters. Ms. George is also involved with international missions through Change Agent Network and is a member of the Women's Missionary Society of Mt. Pisgah AME Church in Columbia, Maryland.
Ms. Loretta D. Peterson
Ms. Loretta Peterson is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years in the Social Work profession. She has extensive training in mental health treatment modalities, including Individual and Group Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Intervention and Marriage and Family Therapy. Her years of experience have afforded her the opportunity to have worked in both the public and private sectors. She has also been in private practice and served as a consultant to several agencies in the District of Columbia. While in private practice, her primary focus of treatment was for Depression, Anxiety and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with Children and families.
She is currently a Clinical Social Worker and Lecturer at Howard University in the College of Medicine.