Archives: Staff Members

Juliet Sorensen

Juliet Sorensen is a Law Professor at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, where she focuses on human rights and global health; public corruption; and international criminal law. She is also

Attallah Pamoja

Attallah, originally from Panama City, Panama, is a lifelong teacher/facilitator.  As a Georgia court-appointed child advocate with the Atlanta Juvenile Justice Center, she works for the rights of neglected/abused children. Attallah is

Martha Caldwell

Martha has facilitated hundreds of DEI workshops and is the co-author of “Let’s Get Real: Exploring Race, Class, and Gender Identities in the Classroom” (Routledge 2021). Her articles on identity

Tim’m West

Tim’m is an educator, youth advocate, poet, hip-hop artist, and author of several books. Tim’m has been a DEI Experiences Facilitator with The Center since 2020, and came onboard as

Larsen Kennedy

Larsen Kennedy an actress, musician, and arts educator based in metro-Atlanta, Georgia. An alumna of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and a graduate of the University of North Georgia,

Dathan Thigpen

DATHAN THIGPEN is the season eight winner of BET’s “Sunday Best: All Stars.” Dathan returned to win the hit competition series in 2015 after first making an indelible impression on

Shannon Palmer

Shannon Palmer is a recent graduate from Howard University and since has focused on curating pieces of work for youth with Alliance Theatre. She is fortunate to have been a

E. Roger Mitchell

This Florida born, South Carolina reared talent has an artistic resume that spans some 26 years. E.( which stands for Edgar) Roger has a combined 140 productions  on film, television,

Brad Raymond

BRAD RAYMOND is so excited to be a part of this production! Brad has performed as an actor, singer or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions

Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts Chorus and Dance Ensemble

Martha Stilwell was an influential pioneer for the arts. She was an educator in the Clayton County School System and was the first Fine Arts Coordinator for the school district.