Board of Directors
Dominique Taylor serves as the Treasurer for Big Brothers Keeper, Incorporated. In this role, Dominique manages finances of the organization, administrates fiscal matters of the organization, provides annual budget to the board for members' approval, and ensures development and board review of financial policies and procedures.
A native from St. Louis, MO, Dominique fell in love with nonprofit organizations at an early age. Inspired by summer camp, she quickly developed a deep passion for charitable work and a strong sense of youth development. During her time at Spelman College and North Carolina A&T State University, this stuck with her, leading her to receive a degree in Liberal Studies focusing on cultural awareness and community organization. Dominique is currently spending her days serving the Atlanta Metropolitan Area, changing one life at a time.
Carlyncia McDowell serves as the Secretary for Big Brothers Keeper, Incorporated. In this role Carlyncia is tasked with knowing and complying with notice requirements and scheduling meetings to accommodate the directors, charged with recording minutes of meetings, and responsible for scheduling board meetings and should ensure an adequate number of meetings are held per year, in accordance with the organization’s bylaws.
Carlyncia McDowell is a native of Saint Louis, Missouri, and fell in love with all Atlanta has to offer at a very early age. While in Saint Louis, Carlyncia participated in many volunteer and mentor/mentee positions and realized the positive impact it had on her life and others. Throughout her matriculation at her dream school, Spelman College, Carlyncia focused on her passion for helping others, eliminating mental health stigma, and creating a voice and safe space for African American youth. Subsequently, this led her to become a master's candidate at the University of Georgia, studying Public Health and Health Administration. With this degree, Carlyncia aspires to gain knowledge on how to eliminate health disparities that largely impact Black families in the Metro-Atlanta area.