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CCDN Board of Directors

CCDN's board of directors works hard to make sure the organization functions efficiently and effectively.  CCDN is driven by its mission, vision, and core values to promote quality and fair service to the clients we serve. 

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2023-2024 Board of Directors

Tamika D. Holmes, MBA, MHRM

Chief Executive Officer, Director, Founder

Email: buildourcommunitywithcare@gmail.com

Office: (205)238-5506

Phone: (205)586-0740

 

M. Jontá Davis

President & Governance Committee Member

Email: malicia1994@gmail.com

Reba Williams

Vice President

CCDN Ambassador

Programs & Community Outreach

Email: rjwilliams6@crimson.ua.edu

Deanna Moseley

Board Secretary

Youth Mentoring Programs

Email: demmoseley@gmail.com

 

 

​LonTrenia Cook

​Parents Helping Parents

​Advisory-Parent

Email: trena06@hotmail.com

T. Marie King, M.A.L., M.Div.

Advisory-Programs & Community

Email: t.marieking@aol.com

Anthony T. Porter

Advisory Board Member

Email: tporter@highpointgroup.llc

 

Attorney Kintisha Matthews

Advisory Board Member

kintishamatthews@gmail.com

Ethics Statement

Establishing and maintaining public trust and confidence is vital to the success and fulfilling the mission of Community Care Development Network (CCDN).  As a 5013 nonprofit organization, our reputation is a most valued asset in the community. Each member of CCDN must endeavor to preserve and protect this asset through principles of integrity, fairness, respect, and responsibility.

Developing and communicating these principles are critical to ensuring high ethical standards.  The principles provide the framework and context that enables us to continually strive for excellence in our work and behavior.

CCDN has endorsed the principles of integrity, fairness, respect, and responsibility, both in word and action, therefore CCDN strives:

 

  • (Integrity) To conduct ourselves and our activities with the highest regard for the truth;

  • (Fairness) To treat others and approach each activity with the highest regard for fair and equitable treatment;

  • (Respect) To demonstrate appreciation and genuine concern for the individuality of others and their ideas; and

  • (Responsibility) To be accountable for our actions, guardians of CCDN’s best interests, and responsible stewards of the public’s trust.

  • (Honor) To be true to our mission, vision, and values by being consistent in the service we provide

 

CCDN is committed to integrating these principles into the organization’s culture and to encourage ethical conduct throughout CCDN.

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