HMHBGA

Our Team

Ky has been a strong advocate for young children and families for more than 15 years. Prior to joining the HMHBGA team, Ky proudly served in leadership roles in the fields of early childhood development, K-12 education, community development and public policy.  Her commitment to creating equitable access to vital resources for children and families has been present throughout her career spanning from her time supporting Congressman Sander Levin to elevating to leaderships roles for Lighthouse Academy, Read to a Child, 313Reads – Detroit’s Campaign for Grade Level Reading and LENA Research Foundation.  As a person who has experienced generational poverty, inequities in healthcare and ACE's, Ky's "why" is grounded in her life's journey.  With the support of her 3 sons, husband and vast HMHBGA "village" she is committed to reducing maternal and infant health disparities because she believes the prioritization of the health of moms and babies is simply the right thing to do. To contact Ky, please email ky.lindberg@hmhbga.org

Precious is a proud Hampton University graduate with a B.A. in Psychology and a M. Ed in Special Education. This wife and mother of three beautiful girls worked as a child welfare official with the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services.  During her 7 year tenure, she worked tirelessly to ensure not only the safety and well-being of Georgia’s children, but also the education of parents by connecting them to resources and programs to strengthen their families. Precious’ "why" is fiercely committed to delivering quality and thoughtful programs to families that will help  strengthen the community she not only is apart of but is passionate about. The motto that influences her work is, “Anywhere I see suffering that is where I want to be, doing what I can.” ~Princess Diana
To contact Precious, please email: precious.andrews@hmhbga.org

Mashanda has over 20 years of Administrative experience including 10 years of Human Resource and management experience in both the private and public sectors.  She has always loved being a voice for people who do not have one, and always finds way to advocate on their behalf.  In addition to her work at HMHBA, since 1996 Mashanda has served as a Board Member and participant of a women’s research study group called WIHS (Women’s Integrated Health Study). She also volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank, women’s shelters, schools, and churches and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).    She is a proud mother and grandmother with a fierce commitment to doing what is just and fair.  To contact Mashanda, please email: mashanda.burton@hmhbga.org

Daphne is a storyteller and strategic content creator with over seven years of marketing, sales, advertising, and communications experience. She enjoys applying her creativity and communications skills to empower and strengthen communities. After graduating with a degree in Marketing from the University of Minnesota, she moved to Atlanta in 2017. Since becoming an ATLien, she has enjoyed exploring the food and music scene, while also learning to embrace the heat. Daphne is a member of the Junior League of Atlanta and the Emma Bowen Foundation. Outside of work, you can find her walking around Piedmont Park and the Beltline, working on art projects, and playing with her cat, Bartok.  To contact Daphne, please email: daphne.yuan@hmhbga.org

Yaa has a strong passion to serve mothers and babies in Georgia. With her educational background in Developmental Psychology, Yaa strives to provide supportive resources to assist the growth and development of children, as well as, the family unit. Yaa joined the HMHBGA team as a database intern and accepted a position as an Information and Referral Specialist after completing her internship. Yaa steadily advanced within the organization due to her work ethic and zeal to improve Maternal and Infant Health. Currently, as the Senior Coordinator, Yaa is committed to collaborating with community partners and the Call Center team to ensure that children and families are connected to resources throughout the State of Georgia. To contact Yaa, please email yagyeiwaa@hmhbga.org

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Legislative Policy Consultant

ashley.thompson@hmhbga.org

chanel.stryker-boykin@hmhbga.org

crina.coliba@hmhbga.org

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erika.pope@hmhbga.org

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