Board of Directors

Victoria_Ferguson-Young_Picture.jpgLetitia Daniels Jackson

Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated successful history of working in the public policy and electoral industry. Skilled in Grassroots Organizing, Authentic Community Engagement, Health Equity, Crisis Communications, Coalition and Capacity Building, Government Relations, Philanthropy, Public Policy Training and Technical Assistance and Strategic Planning.. Strong business development professional with a BBA focused in Finance from Georgia State University.


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Victoria Ferguson-Young

Victoria Ferguson-Young is the Project Coordinator for The DeKalb County Ending Abuse in Later Life Project, which works to improve victim services and
the systemic response to elder abuse. Victoria has worked in the field of ending domestic violence and violence against women for 9 years. In that time, she
has been an advocate, chaplain, and trainer/facilitator for several local nonprofits including: The Women’s Resource Center, Men Stopping Violence, and the
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Further, she has worked in the Fulton County criminal justice system as a victim advocate/counselor and DeKalb
County as a compliance officer monitoring respondents of temporary protective orders.


Victoria is an ordained minister and is preparing to launch a specialized training and curriculum to equip faith leaders and their communities to improve their response and prevention efforts surrounding gender-based violence. Victoria graduated with a B.A. from Howard University and a M.Div. from the Interdenominational Theological Center. She currently resides in Atlanta with her husband, Roberto, and toddler son, Roberto, Jr. 


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Christi Ketchum

Throughout her career she has worked with several organizations and networks focusing on the advancement of Black Women, Reproductive Justice, Dismantling Oppression, Prison Industrial Complex and Social Justice. Currently, she is the founder of Our Rightful Place, a network for Black Women to come together for
positive dialogue, sharing experience/stories, building strong relationships, and creating an open and safe space for Black Women & Girls to become better leaders, mothers, allies, friends and WOMEN. The major project of Our Rightful Place, is the Sacramento Sister Circle, boasting an active membership of over
2,500 black women over the age of 18 online, a Leadership Team of 11 brilliant & committed women, and an active group of approximately 50 women who gathers once per month on the third Sunday at various locations throughout the greater
Sacramento area.

 

 


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Deadline to submit absentee ballots

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Deadline to submit absentee ballots

If you have received an absentee ballot, it is important that you mail in or drop off your ballot to the appropriate location by this deadline. If you need information about where you can drop off your ballot or where to mail it to please contact your local county election’s office for the correct information. Our trained specialists are also available to assist you, please leave us your information and we will contact you in 48 hours to assist.

If you are unable to submit your ballot on time, you can still vote on election day, though the process may take longer than expected. Be sure to arrive with your absentee ballot on Election to expedite the process. 

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LATEST NEWS

Seven Million Strong Initiative

Founding Executive Director Malika Redmond along with the entire WE team are very proud to be a part of the #7MillionStrong initiative of the Roddenberry Foundation.  Learn how our WE Vote. WE Rise! program continues to build young Black voter participation this year.  https://bit.ly/2WKDUFW READ MORE »

June 2020 Newsletter

Hello Women Engaged Supporters! After I learned of the murder of Rayshard Brooks, 1.5 miles away from my home where I launched Women Engaged (WE) with my dear friend and cofounder Margaret Kargbo, it felt deeply personal.  His murder was captured on video in the parking lot of Wendy’s, one... READ MORE »

May 2020 Newsletter

Photo Credit to Andrea Gamboa, taken 2017. “Don’t Call it a Come Back, WE’ve Been Here for Years!” Hello Supporters of WE! In the words of Hip Hop legend LL Cool J, “Don’t call it a comeback..” Women Engaged has been here for years!  Yet, I am excited to share... READ MORE »
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