• Our purpose is to connect community partners in the execution of unified efforts to improve the educational and economic conditions in high poverty areas by eliminating current academic achievement gaps.
Our Mission and Vision
• Vision: We envision a Mississippi where education is equitable and effective for all children regardless of economic status.
• Mission: To conquer poverty by connecting communities in educational enhancement efforts.
Board of Directors
Latonja Stone, President
Gussie Farris, Financial Secretary
Kacie Neville, Treasurer
Marquita Perry, Board Member
Steven Richardson, Board Member
Tiffany Jones, Board Member
Adrienne White Hudson is a proud native of Clarksdale, MS. After graduating from Coahoma County High School, she attended Alcorn State University where she received a Bachelors of Arts degree in English and Masters of Science degrees in Guidance Education and Reading. In 2013, she received an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership and became an administrator at her alma mater Coahoma County High School. Over the last decade, she has dedicated her life to educating children and impacting education in the Mississippi Delta region. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree at Delta State University and serves as an Educational Coach with Real Delta Education. She is married to Abe Hudson, Jr. and they have one daughter, Abee Miranda.