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LEADERSHIP & STAFF

Concentric brings 450+ years of combined experience in education to the table.

Concentric is committed to placing Professional Student Advocates in schools who reflect the communities we serve and respond to the need for more Black male educators. Of the staff members we employ:
48% are African-American Males
56% are HBCU Graduates

MEET THE TEAM

Leadership

Dr. David Heiber

Founder
& CEO

 
Alejandro Jones

Chief
Operations Officer


Himanshi Sharma

Director of Strategy
and Innovation


Anthony Morris

Director of School Support
and Behavioral Services

 
Chaz Morton

Executive Director of Schools


Daniel Olumese

Director of
Finance


Nina Hoffpauir

Director of Data
and Accountability

 
Simphiwe Denalane

Data and Accountability
Coordinator


Chanda McPherson

Dir. of Human Resources
Regional Lead Michigan


Aaris Johnson

Home Visit
Coordinator


Saquon Frazier

Anne Arundel, MD
District Director


Administrative Staff

Joi Wichard

Executive Assistant


Victoria Alamo

Administrative Assistant


Cluster Leads

Miles Armstrong

Cluster Lead

 
Dominick Justino

Cluster Lead

 
Brittany Ross

Cluster Lead

 
Justin Vasquez

Cluster Lead


Evalyn Waller

Cluster Lead

 

Building Leads

Andreana Alexander

Building Lead


Ashleé Barnes

Building Lead


Delontai Bruton

Building Lead

 
Nisa Campbell-Christie

Building Lead


Kathryn Crigler

Building Lead

Joshua Dixon

Building Lead

 
Jakeira Frost

Building Lead

 
Andrew Gnagey

Building Lead


Corey Goodwin

Building Lead


La’neir Haines

Building Lead


Durand Johnson

Building Lead


Taj Jones

Building Lead


Ki’Juana Land

Building Lead


Arlene Lozada

Building Lead

 
Kevin Lozada

Building Lead

 
Imani Milliones-Roman

Building Lead


Jasmin Randolph

Building Lead

 
Carlton Smith

Building Lead


Rodney Sparks

Building Lead


Jamar Willis

Building Lead

 
Joshua Wilks

Building Lead


Kenyon Wright

Building Lead

 

Dr. David Heiber

Founder & CEO

Dr. David Heiber is the founder and executive director of Concentric Educational Solutions (CES). Under Dr. Heiber’s leadership, CES has been recognized for its innovative approach that places support of the whole student at the center of the educational experience. Dr. Heiber and his team have partnered with over 100 schools in 20 states.


Dr. Heiber’s personal story of grief, poverty, incarceration, and redemption motivates his work. His past provides a means for him to connect with students and challenge them to recognize their potential, honor their promise, and fulfill their purpose.


Dr. Heiber graduated from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania with a triple major. He went on to receive his Master of Arts in African American studies from Temple University and his Doctorate of Education from Morgan State University in urban education.

Alejandro Jones

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

Alejandro was born and raised in Los Angeles. He graduated from Lincoln University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. Alejandro works as a Professional Student Advocate for Concentric where he assists students with standardized assessments. He also mentors and tutors students one on one and in small groups to help assess short and long-term academic goals, provide individualized learning support,  and develop self-awareness. Alejandro enjoys spending summers volunteering as a camp counselor and youth baseball coach.

Himanshi Sharma

Director of Strategy and Innovation

Himanshi Sharma is a result-oriented, innovative, and future-thinking education entrepreneur with expertise in project management, business operations, and networking. At Concentric Educational Solutions, she is the Director of Strategy and Innovation. She is committed to designing solutions to meet the needs of the 21st century and accessible learning for every student. Passionate for the convergence in education, tech, and innovation, she has founded and executed three startups, each catering to support and uplift the underserved and at-risk community. This includes her current work — co-founder at Edansh, an online career readiness platform for at-risk middle and higher school students. As a female entrepreneur, Himanshi believes in making learning accessible to all.

She is originally from India and moved to the US for her studies — B.A in psychology and communication from Florida International University and M.S education from Johns Hopkins University.

Anthony Morris

Director of School Support & Behavioral Services

Anthony Morris is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. He is currently enrolled at the University of the District of Columbia pursuing his master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling with a concentration in mental health. Serving in the role as the Director of School Support & Behavioral Services for Concentric Educational Solutions, Anthony enjoys mentoring students to improve their academic and attendance goals, developing the leadership capacity of Professional Student Advocates, and creating the conditions conducive to student success. Anthony is passionate about his work with students because he knows that his work is helping to build and improve our society.

Chaz Morton

Executive Director of Schools

Chaz Morton brings a unique perspective to Concentric with his background being in psychology. He has a passion for not only understanding how students learn and instructional processes but also mentoring and tutoring youth. Morton obtained a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Morgan State University and recently obtained a Master of Science in Forensic Psychology from Walden University. Prior to Concentric, Morton worked in law enforcement.

Daniel Olumese

DIRECTOR OF Finance

Daniel E. Olumese was raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland. He graduated from Morgan State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting in 2017 and a Master of Business Administration Degree in 2022 from University of Maryland. Daniel started his career in Accounting and Finance but desired a role in an industry that was more fulfilling. Daniel is passionate about both education and mentoring, so knowing that through his role he is enabling both educators and mentors to help our future leaders makes all the hard work worth it.

Nina Hoffpauir

Director of Data and Accountability

Nina Hoffpauir is a southern girl from Lafayette, Louisiana. She received her B.S. in microbiology, with a minor in chemistry, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In undergrad, she worked as a supplemental instructor and fell in love with teaching. After graduating, she worked for the U.S. Geological Survey as a research assistant, conducting basic and applied research in a microbiology laboratory. Nina moved to Baltimore to continue her education and train as a scientist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. At Hopkins, she received her Master of Science (ScM) in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a certificate in environmental and occupational health. Nina’s passion for teaching led her to join the Concentric team as a PSA. Nina now serves as the Director of Data and Accountability, where she applies her knowledge and expertise in research, data management, and data presentation.

Simphiwe Denalane

Data and Accountability Coordinator

Simphiwe Denalane is from Prince Georges County Maryland and also attended Morgan State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Science and Systems. After graduating he started his career as Cyber Security Analyst/ Functional Analyst although, he was always interested in Education due to his mother being a Professor so he decided to venture to Concentric where he his interest in education and values aligned with another. Which lead him to become the Data Coordinator of Data and Accountability.

Chanda McPherson

Regional Lead | Michigan

Chanda McPherson is a native of Detroit, MI. She graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Public Relations in 2012. In 2018 Chanda obtained her Master of Science in Administration, Human Resources from Central Michigan University. Chanda has over eight years of leadership experience in the areas of customer service and Human Resources. 

Aaris Johnson

Home Visit Coordinator

Aaris U. Johnson, moved to Baltimore, Maryland from his hometown of Washington, DC to attend Morgan State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education. Aaris started his career as a teacher at a charter school before joining Baltimore City Public Schools. He eventually became a school administrator and started a college readiness program. 

Aaris is an educator, minister, educator, and social entrepreneur who has a passion for people. He has and will continue to dedicate his life to serving others, especially the residents of Baltimore, most of all the youth. In addition to this, he is also motivated by his wife and children. His life’s motto is “Lifting as we climb.”

Saquon Frazier

District Director


Saquon Frazier was born and raised in Queens, N.Y. He relocated to Baltimore, MD in 2012 to attend Morgan State University. There, he joined the Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in communications in 2016. He transitioned from a full time elementary school teacher to a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate. Since joining Concentric Educational Solutions in 2021, he has worked diligently to keep improving and providing value to the company. “I have a passion for helping people, both children and adults. Concentric has provided me the space and confidence to do both.”

Joi Wichard

Executive Assistant

Joi Whichard is the Executive Assistant for Concentric Educational Solutions. In her executive role, she exemplifies Concentric’s five cornerstones: authenticity, transparency, commitment, tenacity, and professionalism. As a compassion-driven individual, Joi assists leaders within every department. Joi continuously provides support to all stakeholders while maintaining a student-centered focus. From Prince George’s County, Maryland, Joi takes pride in learning new things and helping young people find their voices. When she is not working, she is often traveling and making memories with her daughter. As a Vietnamese and Black woman, Joi brings diversity to the work environment, seeing the world from several different perspectives.

Victoria Alamo

Administrative Assistant

Victoria Alamo is a New York City native currently residing in Baltimore City. As an administrative assistant, she supports school operations by working closely with Alejandro Jones, Chief Operations Officer. A mother of two sons, Victoria sees the importance of young people having positive mentors to help them navigate life. Growing up, she did not have mentorship guidance, so she has always promised to be a positive role model to the youth. Victoria helps identify student barriers, consistently offers ideas to re-engage students, and thrives on creating a family-oriented workspace for all Concentric staff.

Miles Armstrong

Cluster Lead

Miles Armstrong is an educator from Baltimore, Maryland. For the last five years, he has worked directly with public schools in Baltimore to ensure students receive the proper education to follow their dreams, passions, and purpose. Before joining Concentric Educational Solutions, he worked as a consultant in corporate America facilitating dialogue on diversity, equity, and inclusionary corporate culture. Combining his expertise in the classroom and the boardroom, Miles offers a unique blend of professional skills that allow him to connect with the students and communities that he serves. As a Cluster Lead, he initiates change through various programs and projects at Concentric. Miles graduated from Morgan State University with a degree in history and is currently studying at the University of Maryland Baltimore County for his Master’s in historical studies.

Dominick Jusino

Cluster Lead

Dominick Jusino was born in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Baltimore, MD in 2005. His love for track and field prompted him to enroll at Morgan State University to study sports administration. During his matriculation at Morgan, he coached the Northwood Little League baseball team. This was where he discovered his passion for inspiring the children of the future. As a Cluster Lead, he works to maintain a standard of excellence for all the schools he serves. Dominick also owns a jewelry business and uses his entrepreneurial skills to motivate his students. He shares about his jewelry business, “it has been a dream of mine to be able to inspire more children to venture into different forms of art. Jewelry making and working at Concentric has given me the opportunity to connect with students in a variety of ways.”

Brittany Ross

Cluster Lead

Brittany Ross is a Baltimore City native. She is a proud Baltimore City College Knight alumna and a graduate of Coppin State University, where she received her Bachelors of Arts in English Literature. Her passion for reading drives her purpose as a tutor and mentor. For the last few years, Brittany has tutored elementary students in Baltimore, helping them to develop better reading strategies to become stronger readers.  She believes that students shown consistency, love, and additional support have the potential to thrive academically. 

Justin Vasquez

Cluster Lead

Justin Vasquez is a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate at Harford Height Elementary School. As an English Language Arts Tutor, Justin has been able to teach 4th and 5th graders within a diverse socioeconomic group. On a daily basis, he’s given the opportunity to learn the best strategies and implement them in the classroom such as creative writing, explanatory short response writing, and reading comprehension. Justin has always loved working with kids and always looks forward to all of their aha moments. He graduated from Morgan State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management.

Evalyn Waller

Cluster Lead

Evalyn Waller enjoys helping her students become more successful everyday. She is a proud graduate of Morgan State University where she received her B.S. in elementary education. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in technology integration in education at Western Governors University. She believes building long lasting relationships with students, staff, and families is the foundation to a healthy learning environment. She starts every day with a positive mindset and with the goal of success in mind.

Andreana Alexander

Building Lead

Andreana Alexander, known by her students as Ms. A, was born and raised in Baltimore City, Maryland. She is a proud graduate of Coppin State University and graduated with her Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Human Development. Andreana began her career in education as an assistant at Holy Angels Catholic School. Later, she became a kindergarten teacher and discovered that teaching is her true calling. Now as Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, she uses her expertise to pour into her students. She shares, “I chose to shift into tutoring and mentoring to help students that may find literacy or math challenging. I want children to fall in love with education again and be able to embrace every challenge that it has to offer.”

Ashleé Barnes

Building Lead

Ashleé Barnes is a native Baltimorean and lover of the arts. After attending CCBC, she worked in sales as a successful manager but always had a passion to give back to the community. She was then given the opportunity to work in the same elementary school she attended as a child. From there, she knew she wanted to create an impact in the lives of the students within her community. At Concentric, she serves as a Professional Student Advocate and Building Lead. As an advocate and mentor, Ashlee’ is committed to helping students remove barriers in learning. In her spare time, she is a lyricist, DJ, and songwriter.

Delontai Bruton

Building Lead

Delontai Bruton is a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate for Concentric Educational Solutions. Prior to Concentric, Delontai worked in various school systems as a behavioral specialist. He uses his mentoring and tutoring abilities to bring out the best in his students. He is a native Baltimorean and has a psychology degree from Coppin State University. Delontai has two sons and coaches youth football in his spare time.

Nisa Campbell-Christie

Building Lead


Nisa Campbell-Christie was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She graduated from Morgan State University with a degree in communications. During her undergraduate years, she worked in social media and web relations to gain more experience in her field. After graduation, Nisa pivoted into the education field and began her career as a teacher. Currently as a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, she is passionate about enforcing the importance of education to the youth.

“Being a part of Concentric rewards me with opportunities of work I’m passionate about, allowing me to grow professionally and creatively.”

Kathryn Crigler

Building Lead

Kathryn Crigler is an engaging and dedicated Professional Student Advocate currently serving as a Building Lead for Concentric Educational Solutions. Hailing from a small town in Louisiana, she earned her Master of Science in English Education from Florida State University in 2011. Since then, she has enjoyed teaching and curriculum planning for over a decade. Kathryn’s goal is to positively impact the lives of teachers and students across societal divides and to strive towards the objective of an equitable education for all children. She excels in classroom management and is well-versed in educational research with excellent communication skills. She is the author of several professional articles for peer-reviewed journals. She also develops online English Language Arts tutorials for a statewide educational database. She currently resides outside of Baltimore, Maryland and enjoys raising a boisterous family of three boys with her husband, John.

Joshua Dixon

Building Lead

As someone who has ten years of experience working for Baltimore City Schools in a variety of roles ranging from student support to assistant dean of students, Joshua is well equipped for his position as Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate. Joshua was born in Baltimore, MD. He graduated from Wilberforce University with a degree in psychology. Joshua is also an accomplished theater/film actor and stand up comedian.

Jakeira Frost

Building Lead

PSA at Baltimore Design School. Born and raised in the DMV. Attended Baltimore City College for high school and Graduated from the University of Baltimore with a degree in Media Design and Production. Started career as a mixed media artist working with graphic design, photography, and fiber arts.

Since joining the Concentric team I have been in position to expand my reach for mentoring and advocating for youth entrepreneurship within the school system.

Andrew Gnagey

Building Lead

Andrew Gnagey is an experienced language teacher and mentor from Baltimore, Maryland. Currently serving as a Building Lead for Concentric, Andrew is a certified teacher with over 13 years of classroom experience. Andrew graduated from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland with a degree in international languages and culture and speaks six languages. He also did graduate work at George Washington University in international education and studied abroad in Germany during college. In addition, he has spent most of his summers in the Netherlands and traveling throughout the world. His experience in public education has led to a lifelong love of working with students and helping them reach their full potential.

Corey Goodwin

Building Lead

Corey Goodwin was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. After graduating from Lake Clifton Eastern High School, Corey furthered his education at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. In college, he played baseball and coached as a graduate assistant. He has over 12 years of experience in multiple roles within Baltimore City Schools. As a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, Corey uses his mentoring and tutoring abilities to bring out the best in his students. Outside of work, Corey is the head varsity baseball coach at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Corey also authored a book entitled Falling in Love with Baseball in 9 Innings!

La'neir Haines

Home Visit Coordinator

Hailing from Springfield, Massachusetts, La’neir Haines uses his passion for art and music to connect with his students. He graduated from Howard University with a degree in psychology. As a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, he believes that the youth are the center of his life’s work. Outside of work, he enjoys going to the gym, being outside, and creating music.

Durand Johnson

Building Lead

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Durand Johnson is passionate about giving back to the students in his community. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in social science on a full athletic scholarship from the University of Pittsburgh. He continued his graduate studies at St. John’s University in Queens, New York to pursue a Master’s degree in sociology. As a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, Durand hopes to be the mentor and role model he lacked growing up.

Taj Jones

Building Lead

My name is Taj Jones. I come from a split upbringing in Harlem, NY and Newark, NJ. I am a Lincoln University alum with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice. As a youth, I experienced traumatic events in my environment and household which triggered my ability to properly manage my behavior as a youth. As I became more of age, I realized that in order to better enlighten the underage minorities of our future, we must put those who come from similar backgrounds where they lack the proper guidance and mentorship, into communities that will reconcile their relationships with the values of education, mentorship, and counsel.

In the words of our Chief Academic Officer Monique Debi, “Let’s inspire to be the person that we needed as a child, to our children.”

Ki'Juana Land

Building Lead

Ki’Juana Land is driven and motivated to serve the black and brown students of Baltimore City Public schools. She does this by serving as a role model that relates due to coming from a similar urban environment. She wants to show students from underrepresented populations that there are opportunities to use their education and training to reach your goals and passions. She received her early education from the former Arundel Elementary/ Middle School in Cherry Hill which led her to complete her high school education at Coppin Academy. From there, she went on to receive her Bachelor’s Degree from McDaniel College in 2022 with a Major in Sociology Specialized in Criminal Justice. Ki’Juana is a current member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Graduate Chapter Rho Xi Omega located in Baltimore City.

Arlene Lozada

Building Lead

Arlene Lozada was born in New York, NY where she called the neighborhoods of Washington Heights & Harlem home. She attended and graduated from the Milton Hershey School, a boarding school for underprivileged youth and it was here where she discovered her gift for inspiring and molding young minds. In 2007, she went on to attend Towson University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication: Public Relations & Strategic Communication. Upon graduation, she returned to her hometown to pursue a career in media & entertainment. As an accomplished communications professional, marketer, writer, and event producer she’s worked at The Bowery Presents, The Source Magazine, Interactive One, Sony Music, and Warner Music. She earned a DE&I (diversity, equity, and inclusion) certificate from the University of South Florida. Now, she hopes that in identifying and removing the barriers black and brown students from lower socio-economic backgrounds face, she can help provide each student with an equitable education and impart a thirst for learning that will be nurtured for years to come. During her free time, you can find her practicing yoga, meditation, and learning about African Traditional Religions.

Kevin Lozada

Building Lead

Kevin Lozada was born in New York, NY to an immigrant family that assimilated to the neighborhoods of Washington Heights & Harlem. As a teen, he received the opportunity to attend and graduate from the Milton Hershey School, a boarding school for underprivileged youth and it was here where he discovered his passion for inspiring and molding young minds. After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Finance, Economics, and International Studies from Towson University, Kevin began pursuing his career in advocacy and reform. Dedicated to bridging disparities in education, Kevin Lozada has over six years of experience in strategic partnerships, community outreach, and social programming. He managed over three billion dollars in assets, awarded over half a million dollars in grants, and spearheaded several nonprofit efforts during his tenure as global portfolio coordinator at OSF. Now, taking the lead as Concentric’s Coordinator of Family and Community Engagement, Kevin is dedicated to making sure students in Baltimore city receive the proper resources to achieve peak academic success and college readiness.

Imani Milliones-Roman

Building Lead

Imani Milliones-Roman is an educator with 5 years of classroom experience and 3 years of school leadership experience. She graduated from Lincoln University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education and went on to obtain her Masters in Educational leadership from Temple University in 2018. She spent her early career serving at Great Oaks Charter School in Wilmington, Delaware and then Mastery Charter Schools in Philadelphia, before relocating to Baltimore, Maryland. Mrs. Milliones-Roman has also worked with Teach For America as a teacher mentor and coach. Imani comes from a long and respected line of educators in her hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She hopes to continue in that legacy and ensure that black and brown students across the nation receive the quality education that they deserve.

Jasmin Randolph

Building Lead


Jasmin Randolph serves as a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate. She was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. She graduated from SUNY Old Westbury with a B.A in psychology. Currently, Jasmin is obtaining her Master’s degree in Counseling and Therapy. Jasmin is passionate about using her expertise to offer the students at her school site effective and empathetic mentoring. Outside of work, she enjoys singing and performing arts.

Carlton Smith

Building Lead

Carlton Smith was born and raised on the southside of Chicago, Illinois. In 2013, he graduated with a B.A in Philosophy with a concentration in pre-law and minor in business-entrepreneurship from Morgan State University. He is one of the founders of the non-profit, mentorship organization, Strong Men Overcoming Obstacles Through Hard-work (SMOOTH). SMOOTH has since been incorporated as a national organization and has expanded to Coppin State University and Temple University. As a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, he believes that working with the youth is one of his life’s passions. Outside of Concentric, Carlton has a clothing line he created with a family member, Rich King Brand, based primarily in Chicago and also featured in stores in Memphis, Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia.

Rodney Sparks

Building Lead

Rodney Sparks grew up in Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Lincoln University with his bachelor’s degree in information and technology. He is a member of the Epsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. After college, he began working with troubled youth to redirect them back into schools and model good citizenry. Rodney is one of the pioneers of Concentric’s mentoring and tutoring program. At his school site, he tutors students in math and English. As a mentor, Rodney is committed to preparing students for the realities of life and encouraging them to show up as the best versions of themselves. Rodney enjoys reading, exercising, and traveling in his spare time.

Jamar Willis

Building Lead

Jamar L. Willis comes with 10 years of experience in Baltimore City public school system. Currently, at the Stadium” middle school, Mr. Willis has experiences with supporting and providing educational and behavioral interventions to students in need. When interventions are needed, Mr. Willis provides onsite and home-based support to staff, students and their families.

While supporting students and staff members, Mr. Willis consistently employs positive educational interventions, strength-based techniques, and reducing cognitive and behavioral impairments to students in need. These skills aim to improve the functionality of staff and students, while assisting with maintaining a positive, safe school environment. Mr. Willis looks forward each school year to strengthening the needs of his students, by being highly supportive to staff members and to each student within his school.

Joshua Wilks

Building Lead


As a Building Lead and Professional Student Advocate, Joshua Wilks plays an important role in tutoring and mentoring students at his school site. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Science and Systems from Morgan State University. During his matriculation, he was a proud member of NAACP (Morgan chapter), became Mister NAACP for the 2017-2018 academic school year, and joined the Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated. Early in his career, he worked as a systems engineer at Northrop Grumman before transitioning into education. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, watching sports, and finding good restaurants.

Kenyon Wright

Building Lead

Serving as a Building Lead at Carver Vocational Technical High School and Professional Student Advocate at Concentric, Kenyon Wright is a positive influence for our youth here in Baltimore as an educator and coach here in Baltimore City. Through his commitment, he has helped students improve academically, athletically, and socially by working with our students through athletics. Before joining the Concentric team, he was a Special Educator in the Baltimore City Public Schools Systems for four years. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Broadcasting and Integrated Media Relations from The Illustrious Morgan State University and currently resides in Baltimore County. Outside of work, Kenyon is an entrepreneur, coach, IT specialist and avid reader.


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