Meet the Founders
Chairman & Co-Founder
Tre’Jon Singletary serves as a Co-Founder and Chairman for Big Brothers Keeper, Incorporated. In this role, Tre’Jon coordinates and oversees the entire operation, presides at all meetings of the Board and the Executive Committee, acts as a liaison between the Board to help ensure the Board’s directives and resolutions are carried out, and exercises and performs such other powers and duties as may be from time to time prescribed by the Board.
Tre’Jon is a graduate of Morehouse College and attained a BA in Urban Studies with a concentration in Urban Planning. Currently, he is pursuing a master’s degree in Real Estate with concentrations in Development & Finance. Tre’Jon was born in Jackson, Mississippi and moved to Atlanta, Georgia at the age of 3. During his early stages of life, he grew up without a father figure in his household. He was raised by a strong, black woman; who instilled in him all that she could to assure he would be a successful, black man in today’s society.
Being a mentor to the 3rd grade boys at SLAM Academy of Atlanta during 2018-2019, mentoring the young 9th grade men at Banneker High School during 2019, and leading a Summer Camp for innovation to foster kids in Atlanta during 2018 have given Tre'Jon the tools to provide to the young, black men that will enhance their development as black men for today’s society.
“My purpose isn’t to bring pleasure to someone’s life. My purpose is make a difference and impact someone’s life for the better; especially in the black & brown community.”
Vice-Chairman & Co-Founder
Anthony Jaquann White serves as a Co-Founder and Vice -Chairman for Big Brothers Keeper, Incorporated. In this role, Anthony coordinates and oversees the entire operation and serves as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors. In the absence of the Chairman, he supervises all committees and carries out the functions of the Chairman.
Anthony is a South Carolina native, born and raised in Greenville where majority of family resides. He was blessed with a full scholarship to play football at Charleston Southern University and he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. During his four years of undergrad, Anthony was also a youth ministry leader at Northwood Church, where he served as a mentor to children aged from thirteen to eighteen years old. This experience gave him deep appreciation for how nonprofits hope to improve the quality of life in the younger generation, one child at a time. Anthony is currently a General Contractor at Brasfield & Gorrie, and seeks the opportunity to make a difference in the community around him. Through Big Brothers Keeper Incorporated, his main goal is to inspire and change the lives of young men who seek individual success and self confidence in order to overcome previous life circumstances.