The Renaissance Project, LLC. serves as a comprehensive program that provides holistic intervention that is person-centered, family focused and community based. The Renaissance Project, LLC, is committed to being inclusive, culturally competent and accessible to the disenfranchised and under-served. In a non-fragmented manner, we treat the whole person, not the pieces.
The purpose surrounding The Renaissance Project, LLC. is to be visible, motivated and supportive to everyone we encounter. The Renaissance Project. LLC will be effective by serving the person beyond the paperwork. This purpose works with the dedication, enhanced intervention, and support of our team and volunteers.
Lenora A. Yancey, BA
Lenora Yancey received her bachelor's degree in Human Services and she has masters level credits in Public Administration and Social Work. She has worked in the Human Services field for over 35 years working with various populations which include but are not limited to victims of domestic violence; relationships and mentoring; as well as the elderly and the homeless.
Lenora has completed a number of certifications related to the Human Services field. She currently holds a membership with the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) and is listed in the 2003 Who’s Who of American Scholars.
Lenora is a proud mother of two adult sons and six grandchildren.
“I love working with people and I’m a strong advocate as well”.
Erica Williams, BA
Assistant Director/Director of Marketing
Erica Williams received her bachelor's degree in Human Services from Kaplan University. She started her career in the Human Service field working in the Family Investment Unit for the Maryland Department of Social Services. From there she has worked with a range of clients with various needs including but not limited to clients in addictions recovery, Medicare recipients, and the homeless population. She is passionate about helping the under-served and those who simply just need a little extra help.
Michelle Forde, MS
Program Treasurer / Senior Resource Liaison
Michelle Forde first became interested in the human service field after a tragic accident. Growing up, motherhood was never something Michelle was interested in until she found herself pregnant at the age of 18. What was supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, was met with tragedy and heartbreak. Unfortunately, Michelle’s son was involved in a horrific car accident when he was only 27 weeks old. While laying on the floor dying a stranger came and saved his life. Her passion for working in the human service field came from those who showed nothing but compassion for helping her son survive and help keep her sane. She is just paying back and providing the same compassion for those in need. Michelle believes the work of a non-profit agency is the ability to help those who are down and to provide hope for what's to come.
Michelle received her Master’s of Science degree in Special Education, a Bachelor’s of Science in Community and Human Services, as well as an Associates of Arts degree in Applied Science.
Kendall Foster, MS
Program Secretary / Sr. Consultant
Kendall Foster received her Masters of Science degree in Education as well as Bachelors of Science degrees in both Sociology and Education. With 26 years in the human service field, Kendall has acquired years of resources to assist the variety of needs for her clients. Throughout the years, Kendall has obtained various certifications that qualifies her to serve a diversified population. She is passionate about effectuating positive change for both the under-served and poorly served population, regardless of their color, gender, creed, sexual orientation, or their ability to pay. Kendall has and is willing to work with anyone in need of comprehensive, caring, and compassionate intervention
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