our founders

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LaRue Ramey - CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

LaRue Ramey is a self-published children's book author in Nashville, Tennessee. Despite not finishing college after high school, she never gave up her dream of obtaining her degree. She completed the inevitable bourne after receiving her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Volunteer State Community College.  Currently, she attends Southern New Hampshire University where she anticipates her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communications next year.  In the spring of 2018, LaRue started the Once A Dream Foundation to encourage the youth to never let go of their dreams. She believes that God has a purpose for everyone.


"It's a great day to be alive!"


- LaRue 

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Catherine Gaddis - PRESIDENT

Catherine Gaddis, M.Ed., is an Educator for the District of Columbia Public Schools. She attended Norfolk State University where she received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology, and went on to earn a Masters Degree in Special Education. Catherine is currently a Ph.D. student at Liberty University, and she is also a part of  the children's ministry and dance ministry at her church.


"After salvation and becoming a follower of Jesus Christ, it is my dream to give students hope through the power of faith."

 

- Cathy 

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Airica Jones - CHIEF MARKETING DIRECTOR

 Airica Jones is the Founder & Creative Director of the Jones Fauntleroy Group, a holding company that consists of retail, design, hospitality and travel brands. In her spare time, she offers her expertise in the areas of digital marketing, project management, and creative direction on a freelance basis. Her past clients have included companies such as State Farm Insurance, Paint Nite, and Hyatt. Besides her full time devotion to her business ventures, Airica understands the values of education. She has a B.S degree in Business Management, and an M.B.A in Marketing Management. She is currently pursuing the PMI Project Management Certification, and an M.B.A in Fashion Design and Retail Management from Drexel University. 


"Pray more, worry less"

- Airica