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Team Work Makes
The Dream Work!

Javon Turner

Javon Turner, who is also known as Ahneeahm Ben Khazriel, oversees educational program development, staff training, and international networking for Youth Aiding Humanity Inc. Over the years, his passion for youth empowerment has led him to serve as a Teaching Assistant at Clark Atlanta University's Philosophy and Religion department. He also served as a Program Facilitator for the African American Male Initiative (AAMI), a leadership training program for young boys at Washington High School that was hosted by Georgia State University and funded by United Way. Furthermore, he has taught classes, led workshops, and/or participated in youth-oriented panel discussions within diverse locations such as the Morehouse College, Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta, YMCA, Liberated Minds Black Homeschool and Education Expo,  School of the Prophets Institute, New Grant Chapel AME Church, the Fulton County Library system and numerous other platforms throughout Metro Atlanta.

On an international level, Mr. Turner has personally provided education and consulting services to young leaders throughout Kenya, South Africa, Israel, Zambia, Belize, Ghana, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and more. He has accepted invitations to participate in several international conferences that were sponsored by the African Union, such as the launch of the North American Office for the Association of African Universities in Washington, DC, and the African Diaspora Conference in Houston, Texas. He galvanized young leaders from around the world during the Next Generation Summit to share valuable knowledge regarding political, cultural, psychological, scientific, and economic solutions to the challenges we face globally.  During the United Nations' 75th Anniversary, he helped plan, moderate and contribute to Inter-Generational Dialogues that were launched by the African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) in the United States and Israel.  These achievements led to his reception of an honorary Bachelor's degree in Diplomacy and Statesmanship from Israel's Institute for Regenerative Truth.

Patrick Bolds
Vice Presi

Mr. Bolds is the Founder and Vice President of Youth Aiding Humanity. He has built an international network dedicated to the service of building a better world.  Mr. Bolds has twenty-five years of community development experience and has served within countless institutions aimed at providing many life-essential resources to those in need.  Mr. Bolds has spent significant time traveling and working with young leaders throughout Africa and the United States in an effort to strengthen their ability to effectively implement plans for socioeconomic development. He is also the director of BRP Business, a management consulting firm that provides strategic insights on infrastructure development, legal compliance, and branding/marketing to its clients. He channels this experience and expertise into Youth Aiding Humanity's organizational processes and documentation.  Mr. Bolds selflessly lends his skills, talents, and resources to the Youth Aiding Humanity vision and brings a strong sense of discipline, accountability, structure to our executive body.

Maggie Malloy
Chief Financial Officer 

Ms. Malloy has over 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector. In addition to serving her community through her work with Youth Aiding Humanity Inc., she has experience managing a multi-million dollar portfolio of grants from corporations and individual donors. Furthermore, provides advanced level financial management services for grants through the award life cycle, oversees the budget creation process, the internal processes for proper documentation of program expenses, and is the lead on donor compliance and reporting.

For the past decade, Maggie has worked in communications and program support, holding roles with ACDI/VOCA, International Organization for Migration, and USAID. Ms. Malloy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics and Justice Studies from the Honors College at Claflin University and a Master of Arts degree in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy from United States International University – Africa based in Nairobi, Kenya. Her professional contributions to our organizational development and financial infrastructure is greatly appreciated and useful.

Amonica Ferrell

Amonica Ferrell is a successful business woman, author, community leader and is considered a true visionary in interpersonal development. Amonica has always been concerned about the health and welfare of her community. In 2011, she started a career in nursing but for her that was simply not enough. By delving deeper into her calling, in 2016 she embarked on a life journey by building a business that focused on addressing the social and emotional needs of young women.


With a bachelor's in psychology and a certificate in relationship coaching, she has been recognized as a dynamic innovator in women's empowerment and personal transformation. Ms. Ferrell remains at the forefront of the fight, educating and inspiring young women to be more health-conscious and to strive for excellence. Amonica Ferrell brings to the Y.A.H. family over two decades of work experience in community service, non-profit building and organizational management. She has a proven track record of success - a 20 year history of effectively functioning within the administration of various organizations, serving both adults and children.

Kenta Joseph 
Communications Director

With a Bachelors in Public Relations and a Masters degree in Journalism/media Kenta is a vital member of the Youth Aiding Humanity team. Kenta's rich experience is has served as the public relations coordinator for and representative for several marketing firms. As CEO of the Rahm Group LLC she has created and managed a global professional network.

Zavdiel Yadiel 
Kinder Gardens Instructor

As director of the Youth Aiding Humanity's Kinder Gardens Academy Zavdiel was born to two passionate educators, Zavdiel is a creative naturalist, raw vegan chef, and educator. Zavdiel attended N.C. A&T S.U. on an Air Force ROTC scholarship, and is certified youth mental health specialist with First Aid USA. Mr. Yadiel is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and is chief designer and owner of Shivat Tzion “Return To Excellence” handmade jewelry collection. Zavdiel is also a world traveler, studying agriculture in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Israel. Mr. Yadiel is also a graduate of Habesha Inc. (Helping Africa By Establishing Schools at Home and Abroad) agricultural training program. 

Kids Playing Tug of War

"No one can whistle a symphony.
It takes a whole orchestra to play it."
– H.E. Luccock

Board Of Directors

Hillard Goldsmith III is the CEO of J.P. Goldsmith tax preparation and accounting services with clients across the U.S. He is a certified and an enrolled agent, financial consultant and tax advisor who is a federally authorized tax practitioner empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Mr. Goldsmith brings over 20 years of established experience to our team. Being very active in his community, Hillard is very passionate about teaching financial literacy and fiscal management. Mr. Goldsmith lends his professional skill-set and accounting expertise to our team.


Monet Travis is an active and respected member of the community. She is a successful business owner and contributor of many grass-roots initiatives.  As the owner of Legacy Early Learning Academy in Tallahassee FL she has, as the primary educator, established an institution that has become a pillar of hope and beacon of light for the Youth of Tallahassee. Ms. Travis has contributed to many international projects and has spent time in Kenya. With over ten years of experience as an educator she lends a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Youth Aiding Humanity and its programs.  

Monet Travis
Board Member
Antoine Dumas
Board Member

Attorney Antoine Dumas, Esq. is a business and entertainment lawyer whose law firm consists of these and several other practice areas. As a serial entrepreneur and small business consultant, Antoine has all the tools to ensure his clients’ protection and prosperity. While in Law School, Attorney Dumas made a living, in part, by serving as an Efficiency Expert and Turnaround Specialist. His biggest strengths include maximizing a company’s earning potential by identifying his clients’ industry specific winning edge and eliminating their institutional worst practices. Additionally, Attorney Dumas has created a proprietary system of coaching known as “Dr. Turnkey” by which he teaches clients how to build a system dependent/owner independent business and secure the freedom they desired when they first decided to become an entrepreneur.


Carla Joseph is a board-certified advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP) and entrepreneur. She currently works at the Broward County Nancy J. Cotterman Center where she completes forensic examinations on physically or sexually abused children and adults who are sexually assaulted. She is the co-founder of Vital Hydration and Wellness, a concierge vitamin therapy company; and the sole founder of Zula Essentials. With over 10 years of experience in her field, she has served in many various departments such as medical-surgical, oncology, hospice and intermediate care. Mrs. Joseph graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2009. She then obtained a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Barry University in 2014.

Carla Joseph
Board Member
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