Jeff has been the executive director since 2004. Prior to serving as Executive Director, Jeff served as the organization’s Director of Resource Development. During his tenure
as Executive Director, the organization has experienced a 108% growth in revenues and an 89% increase in the number of seniors being served, including collaborative initiatives
with more than 15 local nonprofit organizations to ensure minimized duplication and greater service to seniors through combined strengths.
He currently serves on the Board of Meals On Wheels Association of America and serves as the President of the newly formed Meals On Wheels Association of Georgia. He also serves
on Emory’s Fuqua Center for Late-Life Depression, The Georgia Institute on Aging, and Georgia Gerontology Society boards. Jeff has been a guest lecturer for the Georgia State
University Gerontology Certificate program and the University of Phoenix Axia College Human Services program. He participated in World Teach in 1996, teaching English in rural
Costa Rica for one year. He has served nonprofit organizations that help people in need ranging from youth and mental health to AIDS/HIV to emergency services. Jeff completed
his Master’s in Public Administration from Georgia State University and his Bachelor’s in Psychology and Developing World History from the University of Colorado.
Barbara Bond-Gentry, Director of Finance and Human Resources is responsible for the overall fiscal management and financial well being of the organization. She ensures that the
highest ethical standards in financial management are implemented and adhered to. Prior to joining SCS, Barbara was the Finance Director for a nonprofit organization called Women
Helping Women, in Cincinnati, OH. She has over 10 years of diverse accounting experience, in both the public and private sector. She has worked as an auditor for Ernst & Young
and a Small Business Consultant for SS&G Financial Services. Barbara received her BS in Accounting from Norfolk State University. She is currently the President of The Ladies
of My Sister’s Keeper outreach ministry and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Jaclyn is a graduate of Emory University with a degree in religion. She coordinates all grant proposals and reports, the website, mailings, and the gift entry and acknowledgement
process. Prior to serving in this capacity, she managed the Meals On Wheels Atlanta program, where she implemented new methods of service delivery. She is also a graduate student
in the Institute of Nonprofit Organizations at the University of Georgia, where she is concentrating in fundraising and organizing in radical communities.
Jamell is responsible for ensuring that approximately 2,000 nutritional meals reach Atlanta area seniors weekly. Jamell received his Juris Doctorate from Howard University School
of Law and his BA in Communication and Media Studies from Clayton State University. Jamell has volunteered to offer legal services to several non-profit organizations in an effort
to assist those who could not help themselves. Jamell has continued his community outreach endeavors by working to ensure that no Atlanta area senior is hungry, cold or forgotten.
Julie comes to us from Cincinnati Ohio. Julie volunteered with senior services at Adult Day Health when visiting her daughter in Atlanta. She has managed the Cosby Spear Center
and the Northside Shepherd’s Center, and now she oversees all central Fulton Neighborhood Senior Centers.
More about Brett coming soon!
Roberta Williams-Todd is the Director of the Senior Corps Companion Program at Senior Citizen Services of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. Roberta is responsible for the Senior Companions
which support other seniors that require assistance so that they may keep their independence. Prior to coming to SCS she worked at St. Joseph Hospital as a prep medical student,
Atlanta public school elementary teacher, Head Start lead teacher, Intergeneration Coordinator and FGP/RSVP/SCP Coordinator and served for many years as the Director of the Adult
Day Care program at SCS.
More about Greg coming soon!
Jason Tucker is the Volunteer Coordinator at Meals On Wheels Atlanta. He has the great task of acquiring, cultivating, and retaining volunteers for all of the programs that MOWA
offers. Having worked in Home Repair Services prior to transitioning into Volunteer Services, Jason has garnered first-hand experience concerning the needs and vulnerability of
the clients that Meals On Wheels Atlanta serves and the importance of volunteer support to aid in that charge.
Carla manages vendor relationships, as well as coordination of all Board activities. In addition to her support role for SCS staff, she also manages tenant relationships for those
who lease space in our main building. Carla also assists the Executive Director and the Finance Director.