Darryl Webster, is an 24 year veteran social worker with he District of Columbia Public Schools System (DCPS). He’s an author and owner of Webster’s Stress and Anxiety Center. He’s received numerous awards and honors for his public service and commitment to the cities most vulnerable children and families in the city. Some of his accolades are: 1989 Washingtonian of the Year; Rochester Big and Tall Good Winner; Cafritz Foundation DC Distinguished Government Award Winner; Father’s Day Commission National Father of the Year; and the Ebony Magazine: Future Leader of America. He’s been featured in various articles in the Washington Post including a 1995 article written by Katherine Boo that was published in the Washington Post and nominated for Pulitzer Prize. He has appeared on various television programs including the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Coretta Ross, began her studies in Human Relations and Education in 2000 at Trinity University, Washington, DC; while working for Montgomery County Public Schools. After graduating and working alongside many great educators. She earned additional education credits at Bowie State. Coretta obtained a Master’s degree and a certification in Project Management and Business Administration in May of 2013 from the University of Maryland University College. She has experience in social service working as a contractor for Sasha Bruce and various neighborhood organizations across Washington DC. Her responsibilities include facilitating information and offering support to achieve business, educational, and personal goals. Currently, she teaches Child Development Associate classes at the University of the District of Columbia.