Attorney A.J. Amissah graduated cum laude from Benedict College in 2013. After graduating from Benedict College, he attended Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After a year at Southern University, he transferred back home to the University of the District of Columbia School of law. While attending UDCSL, he participated in the Legislative clinic and Special education clinic. Graduating in 2016 from cum laude UDCSL, he worked as a Guardian Ad Litem and a Special Education attorney. Mr. Amissah left the Children's Law Center in August 2018 to start his own Law Firm with his classmate Anthony Marsh II, Amissah & Marsh Law Firm. Mr. Amissah is the founder of the Brown Bag Project DMV, a non-profit organization aimed to support and advocate for individuals experiencing homelessness.
Jeanette Hordge-Smith is the CEO of DASH Coordinating & Marketing, LLC which was founded in Washington, D.C in 2011. Jeanette graduated from Howard University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and has worked closely with media and marketing moguls. Her 17+ years of experience as a media personality, marketing director, event coordinator, and strategist has enabled her to work with esteemed clients throughout the nation including Vice President Joe Biden, the Embassy of Canada, the National Dental Association, SCREAM Star Entertainment Next Generation of Leaders National Campaign and several other clients throughout the world.