Co-Founder, CEO 

(MPH/Emory, Rollins School of Public Health) / HARVARD Kennedy School (Non-Profit Mgmt.)

 

Doris has over twelve years management experience working with non profit organizations on refugee affairs. At AWC, she provides stewardship support, coordinates day to day activities of the organization, and facilitates culturally sensitive programs and services that empowers women, refugees, and immigrants in Clarkson, Atlanta metro-area and parts of Africa. 

Doris is consistently successful in introducing strategic operational plans, services and programs to promote health education, administration, community engagement, and women empowerment. A sterling background in initiating and implementing culturally appropriate methods of training, program planning, evaluation, conference planning, and presentation with a strong commitment to promoting health and disease prevention to the most vulnerable populations.

Doris K. Mukangu

COO

BFA - F.I.T. (Marketing Communications / Art Direction.

(Over sixteen years’ experience in branding and project management.)

 

At Amani Women Center, under the direction of the CEO, Reggie plans, develops and enforces policies and objectives for the organization to ensure it maintains its values and meets established goals.

 

Responsible for the over-all financial and operational successes of the organization. Generates all operational and financial reports and presents it on yearly basis to review the organization's status, as well as exchange ideas and suggest changes to improve operations. 

 

Manages staff and other departments within the organization and creates public awareness initiatives and ensures the organization is visible to the community and those interested in assisting the foundation. This includes hiring, developing responsibilities for the staff, developing and mentoring staff, assigning staff members to coordinate fundraisers, community events and other programs to create responsiveness to the organization.

Reggie M. Erawoc

Founder, CEO 

(MPH/Emory, Rollins School of Public Health) / HARVARD Kennedy School (Non-Profit Mgmt.)

 

Doris has over twelve years management experience working with non profit organizations on refugee affairs. At AWC, she provides stewardship support, coordinates day to day activities of the organization, and facilitates culturally sensitive programs and services that empowers women, refugees, and immigrants in Clarkston, Atlanta metro-area and parts of Africa. 

Doris is successful in introducing strategic operational plans, services and programs to promote health education, administration, community engagement, and women empowerment. A sterling background in initiating and implementing culturally appropriate methods of training, program planning, evaluation, conference presentation and planning, with a strong commitment to promoting health and disease prevention to the most vulnerable populations.

Doris K. Mukangu

COO

BFA - F.I.T. (Marketing Communications / Art Direction.

(Over sixteen years’ experience in branding and project management.)

 

At Amani Women Center, under the direction of the CEO, Reggie plans, develops and enforces policies and objectives for the organization to ensure it maintains its values and meets established goals.

 

Responsible for the over-all financial and operational successes of the organization. Manages staff, AWC projects and other departments such as marketing communications, media relations and creates public awareness initiatives to ensure that organization is visible to the community and those interested in assisting the organization. 

Reggie M. Erawoc

Domestic Violence & Community Relations Co-ordinator

(MPH Walden University and B.A. in Communications - Daystar University, Kenya.

Under the direction of the COO, Kathu assists AWC and ASA maintain the domestic violence program and a positive relationship with the communities we serve.  She provides general administrative support in this area and co-ordinates various logistics and training programs. Supervises referrals of refugee women to appropriate community resources and oversees, crisis de-escalation, safety planning, counseling, social service referrals, and advocacy. 

 Kathure Mbaya

Michael M. Michel

West Africa - Regional Director

Jennifer Mukangu

East Africa - Regional Director

Harriette Sabblah

Central & South Africa - Regional Director

Bernardette Hurtte-Reid 

Instructor

Lin Lin Mkhumdui 

Instructor

Shelly Laurino

Instructor

Sibatu Nindi

Instructor

Leslie Deveau-Christian

Instructor

Alma Owens 

Volunteer Instructor

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Address: 

Amani Women Center

3550 Clarkston Ind. Blvd. 

Suite F, Clarkston Ga, 30021

Hours: 10am - 5pm / Mon. - Sat.