Creating a world where villages raise our children through mentoring, empowering them to be successful adults and in turn build loving, compassionate communities. As we influence the thought patterns of our youth we will change the world and create unlimited possibilities.
Edward Dean works hard to change his community through the youth he services, aiming to equip youth with the tools needed to make their community a better place.
Shelli Turmon is compassionate about motivating and pushing the youth the next level of their life.
Victoria Edwards is Michigan's only children's etiquette instructor, licensed by the Emily Post Institute, and certified by the National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals. Victoria has a passion to teach youth proper etiquette and household management so that they can advance as adults in this thriving economy.
Ophelia Twine-Henry is a passionate season professional that works on long lasting relationships with clients and families.
William Garrett aims to educate and provide second-to-none marketing whether used for individual or business purposes.
Samia Hill strive to make sure that youth understands how math and business works.
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AVENGERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
In late 2009 Edward Dean looked around his Community and found his daughter surrounded by poverty and violence—something that, sadly, the city of Detroit has become iconic for. Edward knew that without writing an expensive check, his daughter would have no safe place to play and learn after school hours. He saw other families with children who had the same problem and realized that it was his duty to create an organization to “take back” or avenge youth from violence they had been born into. The Avengers were born. Since its inception, we have turned heads and grown rapidly, now serving over 500 children. The Organization offers sports programming and life skills education ranging from basketball to entrepreneurship education. In April 2010 “Avengers Youth Mentoring Organization” was officially recognized as a nonprofit 501(c)3 Organization in the 13th Congressional District of Detroit, MI.