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Who We Are

In 2014, My Sister's Closet began a journey to fulfill its mission in supporting women by providing free professional clothing to those in need.  Since that time and with the support and commitment of our donors, sponsors and volunteers, MSC has expanded to provide additional resources such as career enhancement workshops (Boot Camp) including an employers panel, resume writing support, mentoring & one-on-one career coaching, and networking events, which provide our clients with opportunities to connect with potential employers. 

 

It will be because of your support that we are able to make our vision a reality and more importantly, help change lives by equipping others with tools to successfully navigate their career goals!

Who We Are

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Nicole is a motivational speaker, business owner and a woman filled with passion and purpose.  As the Chair, she will lend her organizational knowledge, creative insight, and her ability to encourage and inspire women in our program to reach their full potential.  Nicole’s passion to inspire others towards their God-given purpose was birthed in her at age 18 when she heard a quote from the late Dr. Myles Monroe, “When purpose is unknown, abuse is inevitable.” The revelation of that truth in her life made her determined to be a part of the conversation with other women on how to embrace their purpose and live with intention.

Chair

NICOLE CLOUGH

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Courtney P. Thompson is a Practice Assistant at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman. In addition to serving on the board of My Sister’s Closet, she is very active at her church, Powerhouse Church of God, and enjoys helping ​ people. She also enjoys being active by going to the gym, taking the metro and walking to  work. Courtney is currently in law school.  She received a Bachelor's degree in Political Science  from Towson University.

Vice Chair

COURTNEY THOMPSON

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Rosita is an original founding board member of My Sister's Closet.  In her role at one of the areas not-for-profit organizations, she has become an adept user of today’s office tools for business analytics to streamline processes and recommend solutions in a continually changing business climate. Taking what she's learned in the workplace, Rosita shares her knowledge and insight with women and men in various arenas such as shelters, programs and churches.  A member of the National Church of God, Ms. Banks-Taylor’s affinity for people has led to volunteering with groups such as the dramatic arts and children's ministry.  Convinced that God has created each of us for a purpose, she works to empower others by encouraging, equipping, and energizing them towards their purpose.

Treasurer

ROSITA BANKS-TAYLOR

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Geri is the Grants Manager in AHRQ’s Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets. In this role, she coordinates grantee, potential grantee, and program staff activities and processes. She also manages CDOM’s operating budget, serves as project officer on small contracts, and serves as backup on CDOM operations.  Geri is a 20-year veteran of the US Department of Health and Human Services and has been at AHRQ since 1997. Geri attended Catholic University where she received her Masters of Science in Management degree with a focus on federal acquisitions in May 2014. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Executive Director

GERI GOINS

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Jody is the Sr. Principal Engineer for ManTech where he researches and consults clients on High Performance Computing technologies. Jody is also the founder & CEO of Directed Analytics where he develops web applications to help individuals navigate the path to reach their goals. Additionally, Jody has combined his technical and business expertise to coach high school students in Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) about professional development at two (2) National Society of Black Engineers Jr. Chapters. He has more than 14 years of diverse engineering experience. Jody received a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University and a Master's degree in Computer Engineering from George Mason University. He recently earned a Professional Project Management certification and became a graduate of Lockheed Martin’s highly selective Advanced Technical Leadership Development Program. In addition to serving on the board of My Sister's Closet, Jody is a Board member for the Metro Warriors STEM organization in Ft Washington, Md.

Program Director

JODY MITCHELL