Glymph and Associates is a trusted partner in facilitating education, community, and economic development strategies, helping organizations progress from vision to innovation to implementation to evaluation, Our team has offered a broad range of solutions for organizations and believes every project is different. We take into account our clients’ needs and criteria for effectiveness. Our work improves people’s lives.
We have demonstrated a commitment to creating equitable spaces by working with clients whose mission is to address socioeconomic, educational, and health-related disparities. Our flexibility enables us to build strong partnerships for results-oriented outcomes and our multi-disciplinary team has the expertise to help organizations create and refine programs and models that address their learning needs.
The team from G&A consists of professionals with experience in outcome measurement, facilitation, communication development, and content creation. We have created high quality discussions and content around data.
Change Requires Communication.
Using traditional methods (presentations) and nontraditional (audio podcasts and info sessions) we have worked to share data from street corners to data round tables to board rooms.
- We present in a manner that everyone can understand.
- We engage community leaders and build their capacity to incorporate data-driven decision-making processes.
- We are known for our effective style of facilitation that offers a blend of theory, practice, the arts and insight in an engaging, interactive and relaxed setting.
Our experience facilitating conversations and sharing data are grounded in our belief in the power of being heard. We believe that the structure of society in general, voices of those among us in positions of power often appear to get heard more often, particularly when making decisions that impact children, family and community. Data is a great equalizer. It allows more voices to be heard. Thus, our All Voices Matter approach to data sharing results in broad buy-in that focuses on authentic stakeholder input.
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We help organizations document their success for program improvement and funding. We can strengthen your capacity to create clear, measurable impact, and help manage your performance. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
With over twenty years of experience, in successfully transforming community efforts targeting the under served. Over the last decade he has been a prominent staple within the Atlanta community in the areas of college access and success. The co-author of the novel, Tourist in Your Own Town, he is an entrepreneur, author, and non-profit leader in Atlanta, Georgia.
He has spent most of his life using his skills to improve conditions for underserved people across the nation. In acknowledgement of his record of meritorious service, he has received the Maroon Citation from Colgate and the Atlanta Partners for Education A+ Partnership Award by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
He is a staunch believer that all students need the opportunity to be educated so they can have realistic options to be productive citizens. He is an advocate that people living with challenges, need help and a community that supports them. He serves as the board chair for the Brighter DeKalb Foundation, a foundation that supports the services provided by the DeKalb Community Service Board (CSB). He also sits on the United Way of Greater Atlanta Community Investment Committee. Additionally, he has also volunteered with Fayette, Clayton, and Fulton County Sports and Recreation, Atlanta Public Schools, Hands on Atlanta, Project GRAD Atlanta, Hosea's Feed the Hungry, and the YWCA.
B.A. Religion, 1991
Activities & Affiliations
- United Way of Greater Atlanta Community Investment Committee
- Brighter Dekalb Foundation, Board Chair
- Leadership Dekalb
A strong advocate of education, she has dedicated her career to improving the lives of children, families and communities through education. Most recently she has achieved certification in Results Based Accountability, a framework designed to utilize data to assist organizations to improve their performance.
Within the last 25 years she has served in various administration capacities at early childhood programs such as Atlanta Public Schools, Sheltering Arms and the YMCA of Greater Atlanta. She believes that through quality teachers, research, best practices and family involvement, early childhood programs will ensure that all young children develop the knowledge and skills they need to be successful.
Master of Education, 1994
B.A. Religion, 1992
Activities & Affiliations
• "Tourist in Our Own Town", Co-Author
• Children and Family, Advocate