Our Board Members

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Lesly Pickett: Founder/Ambassador

*Lesly’s CPR was founded in 2018 by a veteran of giving back, Lesly Pickett has been a medical professional for over a decade and dedicates her life to helping others. With a background in nursing, counseling, and social services, Lesly understands the importance of having dedication and compassion for others, she believes that People helping People creates a stronger impact into change. Thus, always committed by “Life Is Why”. She strives to break the chain of hunger and hopelessness within the lives of those who are in need, and she will dedicate her heart and passion into doing so. Lesly’s CPR will be making a difference, one heart at a time, God Bless.
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Tyesha Moore: Program coordinator/Chief Operating Officer

Tyesha is a General Manger Ambassador with over twenty years of experience training and mentoring the youth into long term substantially and independence. Tyesha’s passion and focus are addressing the disadvantages and despair of the youth communities through mentorship and social developmental skills. Tyesha strives for change and the Power, authority, influence and leadership for the youth population.
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Debra McCray: Communications/ Board member

Debra McCray has committed her life to sponsorship and mentorship for the past two decades. Debra made it her mission to help women and children transition from homelessness and recidivism to self-sufficiency, inspired by her own experiences as a formerly jailed woman. Debra’s compassion for others who are impacted by hopelessness far exceeds our expectations.
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Mireya Sanchez: Board Member/ Human Services & Relations

Mireya Sanchez is committed to change. With her role as a nonprofit Ambassador for Safety and Health fits into her goal to help people. With her past decade of experience servicing other nonprofits to become viable and effective Mireya is a great asset to this organization. “In times of uncertainty, people need strong leadership they can trust,” she says, emphasizing the importance of cultivating a culture outreach of care.

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