It all starts with a vision. When our Program Director Jamaal C. Johnson, Sr. founded Broken Records Cares, Inc. in 2005 it was initially a Personal Care Home for Autistic adults. After 3 successful years he redirected his vision to focus on working with the youth of the South metro Atlanta area. As a Real Estate Broker of his own Buyers Market Realty, Jamaal has seen first hand the erosion of S. Fulton, S. Dekalb and Clayton county and surrounding areas. A father of two and Assistant Scoutmaster at MLK Jr’s Ebenezer Baptist Church Troop 213 Boy Scouts of America, Mr. Johnson works with other Non-profit organizations on a consistent basis while pushing to further The BRC Foundation’s youth initiatives.
About Mr. Johnson
As an asset manager for Brinks Security for over 5 years, Charles has been managing finances professionally and in private business for years. His tenure at BRMG1, a Multimedia company in Atlanta, GA 2005-present has been fundamental in building the Banking relationships needed in today’s economy. A native of North Carolina, Mr. Smith has used his experience in accounting and business managment to help The BRC Foundation adapt and adjust to tomorrows economical changes.
As owner of Mmmmmm Smith’s Restaurant in Atlanta, GA for 3 years, Emerson has an understanding of Restaurant management dating back to his years at North Carolina A&T University. As a manager of Ryan’s Steakhouse for 10 years prior to owning his own business, Emerson was rated in the Nation’s Top 10 for profitability. Emerson’s delegation skills are rivaled throughout the Restaurant industry yet seldom matched. His work will translate to oversee The Foundation Bistro, a multicultural plethora of exciting cuisines from around the globe located on our premises.
As a employee of the Atlanta Police Department for over 20 years, Mrs. Johnson rose from courtroom Bailiff to currently overseeing operations for the entire city’s Probation Department. Having worked firsthand within the criminal justice system for this time has strengthened her resolve to help change the course of the youth in our area. A Clayton County resident since the 1980′s, Mrs. Johnson’s work was essential in the restructuring of the Old Forth Ward and Sweet Auburn District. A member of Ebenezer Baptist Church since 1976, Anita is currently Director of Ebenezer’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Choir and travels the globe performing with the choir and mentoring to the youth.