The Team

We endeavor to work within our community to promote healthy family functioning, empowering our youth which ultimately makes families and our communities more stable.

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Helen Konoma


Helen Konoma is the Executive Director for Family Kickstart Georgia. Helen has a rich wealth of knowledge and experience both in the healthcare industry and the non profit organization.

She enjoys spending time advocating for the rights of individuals in matters of client representation in collaboration with other organizations.

Helen has strong emotional awareness, and experience in building support for the education of youth and their families in various aspects of empowerment; embracing ambiguity and challenges.

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Latif Oduola-Owoo


Latif Oduola-Owoo, Esq. is a Business and general civil law practitioner with broad litigation, advocacy and counseling skills. He has extensive experience representing major financial institutions, pharmaceutical, and technology companies. He also has a passion for human service and devotes his time in the Nonprofit sector where he sits on Board of Nonprofit Organizations and is the Secretary for Family Kickstart Georgia. Mr. Latif is married with Children and is very passionate advocating for families and youth in our community.

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Ral Nwaobi


Ral Nwaobi is an active board member contributing her wealth of knowledge, expertise, and experience in providing strategic direction towards the development of new projects for Family Kickstart GA.

She has been an advocate for community  development projects. Her passion for building safe and thriving communities endears her to the nonprofit organization. 

She holds an MBA from Curtin University, Perth Australia. 

Martha Dimant

Martha Dimant


Martha Dimant is a professional Counselor and Social Worker, contributing her wealth of knowledge, expertise, and experience as a Licensed Social Worker in the State of Georgia and currently to Family Kickstart GA.  Martha serves as professional resource support to at-risk families and youths in the development of patient and family education and community resource facilitator. She is Adept in health and social services assessments as well as in the development of psychosocial evaluations, counseling and discharge planning. Martha has extensive experience in providing emotional support to individuals, families and group therapies. Martha has spent over 20 years advocating for families and providing instructions using her bilingual skills to work with non-English speaking families.

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Salihana Hasic


Born in Bosnia and lived in Germany and Croatia. Salihana came to the USA in 1999 as a refugee due to war in Bosnia. Shortly after her arrival, she started working for Bank of America and she has been an associate for 17 years. She currently works at the Marietta Square location where she is the Financial Center Manager. She is responsible for the revenue growth of her financial center and understanding the needs of her customers. Along with that, she is passionate about developing associates in leadership positions and helping them acquire additional skills that allow them to excel in their current roles. Those qualities have led her financial center to be ranked number 2 in the nation out of 4600 financial centers with exposure to helping market leaders with various projects throughout the organization. Salihana’s demonstration of those leadership skills allows her continued success within her organization and she continues to demonstrate those skills within her community by partnering within nonprofit organizations.

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Sheena Fronk


Sheena Fronk is a board member with a history of creativity in her endeavors in Atlanta, Georgia, where she came after moving from Ohio. Passionate about civil and human rights and devoted to giving back her time, Sheena has worked with Invisible Children since high school, where she and her sister raised awareness and funds for children fighting as soldiers in Uganda. She also continued her efforts through college, where she frequently attended events and raised awareness for groups she was passionately supporting. She has also supported and worked with the Human Rights Campaign and the Humane Society, and she is still working with groups like Family Kickstart Georgia to better the lives of at-risk youth through mentorship.

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Everette Hubbard


Everette has over thirty years of volunteering experience in education, culture, health and human services, political, and social economics in support of various community domestically. He founded DFW tharook Foundation, a charity agency that provided personal support services for children with Sickle Cell. Everette has been an advocate for clarity of individual rights, protections and opportunities available both in commercial and the nonprofit sectors. Everette also has a passion for mentoring, education and career development working with schools and nonprofits by volunteering his time training, speaking and securing seats on foundation boards and committees.

Everette holds a Bachelor of Science and an MBA from Western Governors University with various industry certifications. He has extensive experience in Cyber Security within major financial institutions, healthcare, retail, and manufacturing companies ranging from startups to Fortune 10 companies.

Everette promotes the development and transfer of knowledge, preparation, and capabilities to individuals to help ensure they reach their personal and professional goals while providing them with encouragement and support that allows them to excel where possible. Everette’s devotion to sharing these leadership skills enables him to reach success professionally, and personally while extending his passion to the communities by partnering with corporations, vendors, and foundations to support nonprofit groups. Everette is married with children and grandchildren who drive his passion for advocating for rights and privileges of families and youth in need within all communities.

Board Member Role

Family Kickstart Georgia (FKSG) Board of Directors act as the legal authority and provide strategic direction to its initiatives. The board ensures legal compliance and accountability, recommending the development of plans and policies, assisting FKSG to build community relations in meeting with FKSG’s vision, mission, and objectives.