Robin has accumulated over thirty years of experience providing dynamic services to children and youth. She is an award-winning educator hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2017, she founded Peaches and Sourcream, Inc., a for-profit organization offering social and tutoring services to children in grades K-4. In 2019, the organization was re-established as a 501(c)(3) and given the new name, Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc. Robin holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Livingstone College, a Master's in Education from St. Joseph’s University, and a second Master's in Library Science from Drexel University. She is also an active member of Alfred Street Baptist Church. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and mentoring children and youth. Robin and her husband, Wayne W. Engram, reside in Maryland and have two adult children and two grandsons."
Marjorie A. Kinard is a much sought-after speaker, community activist, and fundraiser. She has been an educator in the public schools of the District of Columbia and an administrator at Livingstone College, serving as Director of Alumni Affairs, Director of Enrollment Management, and Dean of Student Affairs. At Barber-Scotia College, she held the position of Director of Public Relations. Most recently, she has been involved in the field of Early Childhood Education as the Director of the Shiloh Baptist Church Child Development Center in Washington, D.C. She was employed at the East of the River Health Association, Community Health Care, Inc., where she served as Director of Special Projects, Director of Adolescent Health Care, Executive Assistant to the Director, and Director of Marketing. Additionally, she moderated the weekly radio show 'Health Talk' on WYCB. Marjorie Kinard is the widow of Rev. John R. Kinard and the mother of three daughters: Sarah, Joy, and Hope. She is also a grandmother of five. She is a graduate of Livingstone College (BA) and the University of the District of Columbia (MA)
Leila works in Southern New Jersey as a Labor and Employee Relations Attorney, focusing on harassment and discrimination cases. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Livingstone College and her Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law. A food enthusiast, Leila enjoys reading, swimming, and mentoring youth. She resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and has an adult daughter."
Wayne has over twenty-five years of Federal Government experience. He manages a personnel security team of 17,000 employees, assigned to 94 United States Attorney Offices throughout the United States of America. He received his B.S. in Business Administration from Livingstone College and has enrolled in the Master's level Business and Organizational Security Management program at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. Wayne is the Founder and CEO of WE Investigations Inc., a private investigations company based in Maryland. He is a member of Alfred Street Baptist Church, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Toastmasters-Andrew Air Force Base Chapter, the African Federal Executive Association, Masonic Temple Lodge in Washington, D.C., and the Livingstone College of Washington, D.C. Alumni Chapter. He is an avid sports fan who enjoys reading and traveling. Wayne resides in Maryland with his wife, Robin Muldor-Engram. They have two adult children and two grandsons.
Tracey was a retired and distinguished Library Administrator. She worked 20 years as an administrator for the Free Library of Philadelphia. During her tenure, she served as an Adult/Teen Librarian, Library Coordinator, Public Relations Coordinator, and as Southwest Area Administrator. In March 2019, she received a Citation from the Council of the City of Philadelphia for her invaluable services to the Wynnefield community in West Philadelphia. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications and her Master of Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh. She held membership at the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church where she served on the children’s ministry. She enjoyed knitting, cooking, reading, shopping, worshipping, and serving others. Tracey resided in Philadelphia with her Attorney husband Greg A. Ray, Esq. They have two adult children.
Brianna Linton-Muldor is a very bright 12-year-old who received the Scholastic Achievement Award for the 2018-2019 school year. She served as the President of Bellevue Elementary's Student Government Association. During the 2017-2018 school year, she achieved a perfect score of 600 on her SOL Virginia Studies exam. She enjoys reading, writing, studying, and playing with dolls with her younger sister. Brianna lives in Virginia with her mother and three siblings.
Quadir Linton-Muldor is a rising 7th grader who has consistently maintained Scholar Roll status throughout his schooling. He is also a public speaker and an active volunteer in his community. He enjoys reading, writing, and playing games on his cell phone. Quadir lives in Virginia with his mother and three siblings.
Your generous donations empower our organization to craft delightful reading experiences and offer books and other gifts to the children we serve. As a rapidly growing 501(c)(3) non-profit operating on a modest budget, your contribution will directly impact our young learners. Your donation will enable us to provide essential school supplies, fresh uniforms, engaging books, nourishing food baskets, exciting special programs, and the prestigious Tracey D. Ray Scholarship for educators dedicated to our cause.
We sincerely appreciate your invaluable support!
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