Johnathan D. Davis
Johnathan Davis, a native of Atlanta, attended Georgia State University and Argosy University. He has approximately 15 years of experience working in social service, education and state-level government. He has contributed in varying and escalating leadership capacities to international, national, state, and community human service and educational initiatives; including leadership and oversight, policy development and regulation, program evaluation and consultation, and constituent and stakeholder engagement. He has developed a diversified, global and strategic management style while successfully engaging priorities and goals through authentic and transformational leadership. He is also skilled at facilitating organizational momentum and synergism to achieve goals.
Tamika T. Clark
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Tamika Clark is a licensed professional counselor who has worked in the field of human services and mental health for over 20 years. Tamika has implemented community based programs that provide individuals with substance abuse, mental health diagnosis and developmental disabilities services in their home and community. Tamika is a mental health advocate and supporter of suicide prevention. She has provided families with services within their own community to help stabilize and create change. She has also performed countless duties such as substance abuse assessments, conducting mental health assessments, facilitating counseling sessions, and managing community based programs. Tamika has a passion for helping heal families by creating sustainable change.
Merceline K. Mutiso
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Merceline is originally from Nairobi, Kenya but moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University and obtain her undergraduate degree in psychology. Her connection to Covenant Community Inc. started when she became one of six interns to join our team on September of 2014. She was in the last stages of completing her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Argosy University in Atlanta, and immediately was noticed for her hard work, attention to detail, willingness to learn, and her deep interest in helping our men progress. After completing her internship in June of 2015, she was immediately hired on full time and has been working as a clinical counselor.
She enjoys raising her teen brother John, attending Indiana Pacers sporting events, and traveling home to family and ANYWHERE there is a beach.
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Terance moved from Macon, GA to Atlanta, GA to pursue a career in counseling at Richmont Graduate University. Empowered by the belief of redemption, after graduation, he felt a desire to work alongside those who were homeless and in recovery. A year later in December of 2015, what once was a desire became a reality as Terance began work at Covenant Community Inc as a clinical counselor. He now facilitates the Therapeutic Community Model with fidelity through advocacy and development. He loves spending quality time with his spouse, basketball, and words of affirmation.
Kristina Griffin Armstrong
Director of Career Services and Training
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Kristina is not a new face at CCI. Originally, Kristina worked with Support to Employment Project (STEP) at CCI in the early 90s. Her smiling face and eagerness to assist our residents is now one of our greatest assets. She brings over 20 years of employment and job readiness skills having worked as career services program manager for 11 years with Goodwill of North Georgia.
Carl E. Palmer
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Initially, Carl came through the doors as a client (March 2005) and graduated in September 2005 after completing his initial six months. After which Carl moved over to the transitional house- Martha Sterne and became the property manager. After 8 years serving as property manager, he started as resident house manager and served in that capacity for four years. Carl is now our Program Manager and oversees the house managers and facilitates CARES peer support groups.