Who We Are
As a collective, we aim to educate, inform and train young leaders to build community and serve Black communities and communities across the globe. We do this by elevating young Black folx, particularly the most marginalized populations, and providing culturally relevant and responsible information, training, and resources for young people.
“Going to vote is 🅿️. Caring about community is 🅿️. Being a changemaker is 🅿️.”
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Meet Our Team
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Graphic Designer – Community Organizer
Camille Thompson is a Spring 2022 graduate of Howard University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics. Camille is passionate about racial justice, criminal justice reform, affordable housing, healthcare, climate justice, and immigration. In high school, she realized the power of data and economic policy to make a difference on issues of race, poverty, and inequality while interning at BlueLabs, a progressive data and technology firm. While at Howard, she interned for the Democracy Alliance, a network of progressive donors who coordinate their political donations to groups that the Alliance has endorsed. Camille also was an organizer with Blue Future, a student-run progressive voter outreach organization working to elect progressive candidates for President, Senate, and House. Since leaving Howard, she has moved back to Atlanta, where she serves as the Program-Director of the Collective Renaissance Georgia.
Kamille Wilkinson-Mitchell is an accomplished and dynamic individual who has excelled in numerous fields throughout her career. After completing her undergraduate degree in economics from Spelman College, Kamille earned an MBA graduate degree from the prestigious University of Illinois, where she sharpened her business acumen and honed her leadership skills.
With her academic credentials and drive to succeed, Kamille gained invaluable experience as a senior project manager for Dell Technologies, where she worked for over a decade. Her extensive expertise in project management, business strategy, and operations management made her an invaluable asset to the Dell team, and she consistently demonstrated her ability to lead and inspire her colleagues.
But Kamille’s drive and ambition didn’t stop there. She has also been a successful entrepreneur, owning and running her own Amazon FBA store. With her creativity, strategic thinking, and entrepreneurial spirit, Kamille has demonstrated her ability to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of online retail. Her experience as a business owner and operator has given her a unique perspective on the challenges faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners, and she brings that experience to bear in all of her pursuits.
Kamille’s diverse experience and impressive track record make her a persuasive force in any room. She is a skilled communicator and a natural leader, capable of motivating and inspiring teams to achieve their goals. Her innovative thinking, business acumen, and entrepreneurial spirit make her a valuable asset to any organization, and her commitment to excellence and success is evident in everything she does.
Whether she’s leading a team of professionals, running her own business, or pursuing new opportunities, Kamille Wilkinson-Mitchell is a persuasive and powerful force to be reckoned with. Her drive, intelligence, and passion for success make her a true standout in today’s highly competitive business landscape.
Xavier Peoples is a dynamic, multifaceted business professional that is making his stamp on the world by using his skills to educate and advocate for underserved people and institutions. He is no stranger to the world of banking and finance. He began his career at an early age and is still progressively working towards being an example of resilience and possibility for his community.
As a Private Wealth Advisor at Capital Group Private Client Services, Xavier works directly with high-net-worth individuals and families to create customized plans for protecting and growing their wealth, often across multiple generations. He also helps nonprofit foundations and endowments realize their long-term financial objectives through effective planning and investment management.
Before joining Capital Group, Xavier served as a private client associate at US Trust, where he was responsible for building and managing wealth advisory relationships with high net worth clients. Before that, he was a regional finance manager for Zurich North America, a senior business credit analyst for Union Bank, a financial planner for Wells Fargo, and a Financial Analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
With over ten years of banking, finance, and entrepreneurial experience, Xavier remains an active force within his community. A man of service that enjoys volunteering, educating, and working with the youth. He is infectiously committed to affecting positive change through financial literacy, wealth building, political engagement and advocacy within the African American community. He has sat on several boards, most notably, the Citizens Trust Bank Advisory Board, The Atlanta Police Foundation Young Guns Board, New Leaders Council San Francisco, and Influencers Coalition, just to name a few.
He continues to excel as a businessman and philanthropist and, although very meek about his accomplishments, has been recognized by Black Enterprise 100 Modern Man and Atlanta Voice 50 Under 50. Today he is the founder of HBCU Change focused on raising 1 Billion dollars for HBCUs over five years.
Christine White is the Executive Director of Georgia Alliance for Progress, where she facilitates funding a network of grassroots, civic, and social change organizations across the state. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Christine advises donors, family funds, community foundations, and national funding institutions on how to invest in communities of color in ways that build power and create a more responsive and representative democracy.
Prior to joining Georgia Alliance, Christine served as business counsel and management consultant, supporting clients in the areas of strategic planning, labor and employment law, and growth financing. As a judicial clerk and prosecutor in Fulton County, Georgia, Christine witnessed first hand the horrific effects of poverty, racism, and unjust educational opportunities. In response, Christine continues to support local efforts to change policy, address inequity and serve marginalized communities. Christine earned an MBA from the Georgia Institute of Technology, in the Scheller School of Business, and a juris doctorate from John Marshall Law School. Christine is a proud graduate of Spelman College, where she studied political science and economics.