Sherrie A. Cade MBA, LSS President & COO, Sherrie has been an advocate for change for over 25 years and founded GRC to serve as a vehicle to provide the human and financial capital champions need to address issues throughout our nation. She believes we all have a responsibility to support equitable and sustainable change. Sherrie is a graduate of Kennesaw State University and is a current candidate for her PhD in Health and Social Services.
Sherrie Cade, MBA, LSS
Founder & CEO
Previously Kathleen served as Marketing Manager for the Executive MBA Program and Assistant Director of Coles Alumni Affairs at Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business. Prior to that Kathleen managed her own web design and network administration company providing support to several non-profits in Boston, MA. As a former business owner and an employee with experience working in academic, non-profit and corporate settings Kathleen has a well-rounded background with more than a decade of experience in the fields of technical support, project management, customer relations management and event coordination. Originally from Boston, Kathleen holds a B.A. in French and currently lives with her family in Duluth, GA
Chief of Staff
Allegra graduated from Brown University with a BA in political science and philosophy. She has worked in the fields of women's empowerment, reproductive justice, food security, animal welfare, and grantwriting. She is a vocal intersectional feminist and is especially passionate about mental health and LGBT+ issues. (She lives with her two spoiled cats in Atlanta.)
Program Manager, Fellow
Tess graduated from SUNY Potsdam in Upstate New York with a BS in Community Health. She went onto Columbia University in 2014 and obtained her MPH in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. She is passionate about health prevention, women's health, social justice, mental health, intersectional feminism and health education. Tess moved to the Atlanta area in 2016 from Upstate New York and lives in Sandy Springs currently.
Tess Anderson, MPH
Public Health Senior Fellow
Ebony is from Lithonia, GA and is currently a senior at the University of Georgia. She is majoring in biology, minoring in criminal justice and sociology, with a certificate in African studies. She aspires to work in a public interest field, seeking to provide equal access for all and amplifying the voices of those in need.
“There’s power in allowing yourself to be known and heard, in owning your unique story, in using your authentic voice. And there’s grace in being willing to know and hear others” - Michelle Obama
Criminal Justice Senior Intern
Gina is a senior Biochemistry and Molecular Biology student at the University of Georgia, where she is also involved in Biofuel and genetic engineering research.
Public Health Senior Intern