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.
SJ TEETH Program Manager
(209) 594 – 3969 | CSR@aaawlc.org
I choose to work for AAAWLC because I am a Servant Leader. I value diverse opinions; I am passionate about cultivating a culture of trust; I have a genuine love for helping to develop other leaders and find joy in empowering my community.
(209) 430 – 6594 | JJ@aaawlc.org
I chose to work with Amelia Ann Adams Whole Life Center because I believe in community-based organizations that work towards for the betterment of African Americans. I understand community service is the backbone in building legacy and it is that for which Pastor Adams pioneered that I am honored to join the AAAWLC team, contributing to the continued advancement of Black Folks in my hometown of Stockton, CA.
(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) 898 – 2814 | RB@aaawlc.org
I used to be embarrassed about my struggles and I did not share nor own my personal story; until I participated in the Amelia Ann Adams Whole Life Center EWOE program. Pastor Adams was one of my teachers and participating in the program changed my life. Each EWOE group session encouraged us women to share our stories – struggles and triumphs. For four years, I continued my healing through the EWOE program acquiring tools that empowered me to support other women to heal as well. AAAWLC looks for the best in individuals and empowers them with personal tools to strengthen communities one person at a time. That’s why I choose to work with AAAWLC; it’s an agency that provides resources and support to communities striving to sustain better lives. AAAWLC loves community and shows its members how to heal and fight for the things they believe in – fighting a good fight.
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.