Pharlone Toussaint has a decade of experience as an advocate for using sports as a catalyst for social change. Her passion blossomed in 2007 alongside the Honorable Archbishop Desmond Tutu during a youth symposium hosted by Wheelock College targeting Boston Public school student leaders. Her experience working on both the college and professional level has allowed her to gain a greater insight into sport for development programming growth strategy and implementation. She has supported community relations and corporate social responsibility efforts for several professional sports teams, including the Los Angeles Kings and the Boston Celtics. She has also worked with professional athletes, both active and retired, on various social entrepreneurial initiatives. Pharlone is an Atlanta native where she is also a consultant in the creative-cause marketing arena and holds a BS in management with a concentration in marketing from Boston College Carroll School of Management.
Fatima Alabdullah has five years of experience in supporting underserved populations through accounting and financial management.View more
Julia M Lankford has over 14 years of nonprofit management experience, and has been the recipient of numerous community service awards.View more
Rachelle Boyer has extensive experience building successful partnerships between corporates, government organizations, and community organizations.View more
Stewart Young has built and managed youth development programs for the last 25 years across the globe.View more
Ben is an experienced coalition-builder, fundraiser, and facilitator in the field of Sports-Based Youth Development.View more
Tiffany has dedicated her years of experience to sport as a catalyst for youth development.View more
Peter Feldman has more than a decade of experience as an educator and sports-based youth development professional. He is humbled…View more