BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Malinda Ingram is the founder of See Something-Say Something, Inc. She is certified as a State General Instructor who has spent years speaking out against Abuse and being a voice for those who otherwise wouldn't have one. She has worked countless hours in the community volunteering with numerous organizations to improve her community. She is currently employed with Mecklenburg County where she has spent the past 18 years working with incarcerated individuals. Ms. Ingram has spent years mentoring youth as a licensed foster parent and because of her passion and drive to give back to her community, it was a no brainer that she would end up in the nonprofit sector. She obtained an A.A.S. in Criminal Justice and enjoys spending time with family.
Celeste D. Youngblood
Board of Directors
As a young girl in Hollywood, South Carolina, the passion of giving and helping others has always been my foundation. My parents taught me how to give to others. They led by example and always inspired me to do more. I am a proud graduate of Johnson C. Smith University, where I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in 1993. As a young graduate, I just knew I would enter the "business" world wearing a suit every day with hours from 9-5. Unbeknownst to me, this was not the path for me. I entered the public sector at the age of 22 and have worked in my field for nearly 24 years. I have seen people from all facets of life. I have seen people at the lowest points in their lives. I realized early in my career that I wanted to do more. I wanted to have a greater purpose. After receiving my Master Degree in Public Administration in 2013, I knew I wanted to prepare for retirement and the goals I wanted to attain thereafter. See Something-Say Something, Inc. though not my vision, allows me to aid in making the vision of our founder possible.
Judithe Louis, MSW, CCTP, LCSWA-NC currently working as a Community Support Team Leader/Therapist in Mental Health for a private agency. I am passionate about supporting the STI/HIV community, during my freshman year in college, I realized how little people are aware of this deadly disease. I became an advocate and began assisting in outreach efforts. I have also participated in research projects geared toward increasing knowledge and awareness of STD's primarily HIV/AIDS. I've began my thesis research on this area as well, all the while still working within the community. I am a mother, a sister, a daughter, and an aunt before anything. See Something-Say Something, Inc. is an organization that I look forward to being a part of and helping to make a difference within our community. I seek to empower and inspire individuals to protect themselves and utilize proper knowledge and awareness.
My name is Tarsha but most people call me Tot. I have been a Registered Nurse for 12+ years mostly in the Critical Care and Management. Being a nurse has allowed me to care for sick people and be their advocate when they could not advocate for themselves. I am very laid back and like to have fun. Traveling the world and meeting new people is what makes me happy. When I was approached to sit on the board of See Something-Say Something, Inc. I was extremely excited. My excitement comes from my love of helping people and being a voice for those who may not be able to speak for themselves. I look forward to working with the team and making a difference, one child at a time!