PO Box 115354 Atlanta, GA 30310
Chief Executive Officer
Ian Elmore-Moore originally from Newark NJ, he has been dedicated to serving our youth. Prior to joining Utopian Academy for the Arts, a charter school in Clayton County, Ian Moore worked as a social studies teacher at Wesley International Academy and paraprofessional at Atlanta Preparatory Academy. He has founded his own non-profit organization entitled, The Noble Truth Project, Inc. in which he transcends adjudicated adolescents by utilizing love, education and yoga. Awarded a B.A. in Philosophy at Morehouse College, he served as Vice-President of Psi chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. where he initiated food, book and clothing drives. Ian
has been devoted to global community service being selected as a college ambassador for service projects in both South Africa and Haiti. His goal in life is to awaken every child’s consciousness so that they see their self-worth and realizes the impact that they have on the world.
Mark Langford originally from Montclair, NJ, is a senior mathematics major at Morehouse College. Mark is currently the co-‐president of Actively Changing Tomorrow through Service (A.C.T.S), a student based community service organization chartered at Morehouse College, Spelman College and Clark Atlanta University. His goal is to obtain his B.S degree in Mathematics, become a civil engineer and work in the construction management industry on major commercial building projects. Mark has experience in construction management, marketing and working in non-‐profit organizations.
Chief Operational Officer
Jalani Traxler was born on the 21st of January 1992 in River Side Hospital in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota; however, I was raised primarily in St. Paul, Minnesota where attended primary and secondary school. Both of my parents are from St. Paul along with a good portion of my family, so I was fortunate enough to be around most of my family as a child and adolescent. In high school I was an athlete, I spent most of my time playing some type of my sport and doing my school work with my parents rearing me to be ready for college. When that time came to go to school I choose to attend Morehouse, one of the best decisions I have made to date because this is where I met my best friends and colleagues Tonneka Cadwell, Imani Doherty, and Ian Moore. The Noble Truth Project has been are common thread for a greater cause in helping the children, which I have truly appreciative expressing this through my love, commitment, and sacrifice for a cause much greater then myself.
John Doyle is a Storyteller, Performance Artist, Teaching Artist and Community Activist. He is originally from Minneapolis, MN and has been in the Atlanta area for 20 years. He has dedicated his life work to working within the community creating and developing art enrichment programs for youth. He has worked with many community groups and organizations throughout the years including: Alliance Theatre, Upward Bound, Boys and Girls Club, Economic Empowerment Initiative, APAL, Young Audiences, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Arts De Soul and Kaiser
Permanente Educational Theatre.
Chief Tax Officer
Bianca Hughes is an animated communicator that enjoys making people smile. She uses her artistic energy to spark peoples imagination. Her experience in performing arts and design have molded my talents into effective techniques in teamwork, and public speaking. She has curiosity that keeps her hungry in research and execution while her confident voice and funky presence influences a vibrant style. Her goal is to help tell the stories of the world one smile at a time with her through the inspirations of others.
Chief Financial Officer
Tonneka Caddells passion has always been running a nonprofit, so she assisted in the foundation of the Noble Truth Project, Inc. She is currently responsible for all financial activities and the overall management of the organization. Ms. Caddell also teaches college juniors and seniors how to conduct research (qualitative and quantitative) and how to report such research in APA style papers. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Clark Atlanta University and a Master’s degree in Community Mental Health Counseling. Her goal is to complete a PhD program in Counseling Psychology by 2019 and become a counseling psychologist of a college counseling center in which she will assist freshmen in their transition to college along with related mental health services.
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