Caroline County is striving to meet the essential needs of young people," said Mrs. Powell. "By investing in youth, Caroline County is making a difference for today's young people and tomorrow's future generations.
Board of Directors:
President - Jessie Rollins, At Large
Secretary - Dr. JoWanda Rollins-Fells, Reedy Church District
Treasurer - Sonya Lewis, At Large
Cleo Coleman: Port Royal District
Billie Teague: Caroline County Public Schools
Donnell Howard: Caroline County Board of Supervisors
Patrina White: Caroline County Department of Social Services
Grayland Crisp: At Large
Linda Gray: Bowling Green District
Irene Gray: Western Caroline District
Carolyn Robinson: At Large
Andrea R. Gayle: At Large
Emily Mitchell: Divas with Promise
Supported by the Caroline County Board of Supervisors
Caroline's Promise currently has the Mattaponi District position available. You must live in the Mattaponi Voting District of Caroline County to qualify for this position. If you are interested in serving on our Board, please contact Sarah Davis at Director@carolinespromise.com. Our Board of Directors meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 5:00 p.m. in the Bowling Green Library.
Caroline’s Promise is a non-profit organization which serves the youth of Caroline County, Virginia. This organization thrives due to the contributions of local government, businesses, and citizens who are dedicated to our young people. Caroline’s Promise was established in 2001. On September 19, 2001, Alma Powell, vice chair of America's Promise visited Caroline County, Virginia. She joined Steve Fitzhugh, former defensive back for the Denver Broncos, and local leaders at a Youth Summit to launch Caroline's Promise. This initiative links local government, businesses, churches and community groups to programs and activities addressing the five essential needs of the children in the county.