Executive Director/Board Secretary
(209) 430 – 2917 | CP@aaawlc.org
I joined the AAAWLC board because of the fruitful work it produces. The vision and mission of the organization align with my core values and purpose in life. I want to use my talents and strengths to support an organization that is rooted in healing and helping others to grow. The organization is named after a woman that has and still continues to impact my life to this day. Her work in social justice, education, and health were meaningful because of her commitment to building strong relationships with those she served. I want to make sure that I incorporate those same skills and tools within our work and continue the work that she loved the most.
Community Health Liaison
(209) 888 – 7174 | BM@aaawlc.org
I choose to work for AAAWLC because the organization cares about the community. The leadership and staff lead by example and encourage the community to excel beyond their circumstances, provide essential services and tools to help the community thrive. I want to be a part of an organization that gives back to the community.
(209) 888 – 7174 | JP@aaawlc.org
I choose to work for the AAAWLC because of the person and role model and Amelia Adams was. She planted seeds of love and wisdom and that’s what I hope to do while working here.
(209) 888 – 7174 | JPhillips@aaawlc.org
I choose to work for AAAWLC because it is a great way to serve my community. As a person who has volunteered at AAAWLC events and also participated in programs like EWOE, I understand how much the Whole Life Center cares for those they serve. The relationships formed are long-lasting and life-changing. I’ve learned valuable lessons because of AAAWLC. I would like to make sure that the work keeps going on and people continue to grow.
Folorunso ‘Folie’ Ashaolu
COVID Program Manager
(209) 594 – 3969 | FA@aaawlc.org
Following thorough research about AAAWLC’s vision, mission, and services for the Black community in Stockton, I was inspired to become part of the AAAWLC team. The years that I have worked in organizing and advocacy for the black and brown community in Stockton exposed me to the community-rooted efforts of Pastor Amelia Adams for those marginalized and her legacy that inspired the establishment of the AAAWLC after such a woman of faith. I am grateful to be part of this legacy by contributing to the provision of resources that meets the needs of the Black community and the community of color in the city of Stockton. The AAAWLC is an answered prayer for a place for my faith-based and community-rooted passion to find expression, as it offers me an opportunity to be part of a team that is invested and committed to changing people’s lives and this community for the better.
I joined the AAA WLC board because I believed in the work that Pastor Adams had done in the Stockton community, and I know that it has made a difference in people’s life. The Whole Life Center continues this great work and endeavors to empower people to become their own advocate as well as advocate for others.
I am a lucky man, Amelia Ann Adams was my counselor, my friend and my mom. She always served with a smile and gave hopes to those in need. The Amelia Ann Adams Whole Life Center allows me to carry on her legacy.
I serve on the Amelia Ann Adams Whole Life Center to express my love and commitment to the people of this community and to live the legacy of Amelia Ann Adams, my mother and mentor.
Hallelujah to the Lord! I consider it a privilege and an honor to serve alongside a passionately faithful team of believers who serve as a testament to Amelia Adam’s spiritual walk. I remember her as a prayer warrior and woman of excellence! I appreciated her all day prayer events on Saturdays and her tireless efforts to model the power of spiritual disciplines. I am grateful for this opportunity to serve and support community growth through the AAA WLC board. My contribution is to listen, research, and learn how I can value add to the long term sustainability of her impeccable legacy.