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MEET THE TEAM

LAMARRA HINTON 

Treasurer

My relationship with the opioid epidemic started over 8 years ago when family members of mine fell victim to the awful disease. My prayer is to eradicate the disease and start a revolution focusing solely on quality of life and the consistent elevation of those living it. God willing, Amen.

ALYSSA MELITO

Secretary

Addiction is a disease that has taken over millions of people. I truly believe everyone suffering from this disease should have support in their corner helping them fight this battle. Getting involved with Teach one Feed one has been truly rewarding in all aspects. I believe that with everyone's help and kindness those suffering from this disease will get back on their feet and live their best life.

COURTNEY DUFFY 

Head outreach specialist 

I’ve had friends/family addicted, living on the same exact streets we spend our Sunday’s. To show them I’m not only doing this for them, but to be able to show my kids what our group does and how excited my oldest gets to want to help out, makes me even more proud. Team work makes the dream work. Every step Darnell takes, we’ll ALWAYS be behind him.

MARKEISHA JORDAN 

Head outreach specialist 

Addiction for me is a tough road, all the loses, so many broken hearts, too many tears. I just want to be able to help make a difference with someone. Help others understand that there are people out here that care and I’m ready to help make this change world wide. Relapse is preventable, knowledge is power and god is awesome! 

MAGGIE GRAFF

Outreach specialist 

The subject of addiction is something I want to be a part of helping people overcome. I have known and loved too many people and families destroyed by this addiction. I am grateful to be a part of TeachOneFeedOne’s organization and making a difference! 

MEET THE TEAM

Board of Directors

DARNELL HINTON, Founder/President

Addiction for me is purposeful and deep-rooted. Addiction for me has been by far the toughest thing I have ever had to endure. Addiction for me is the reason why I was placed on this earth. When I was 20 years-old I opened doors for myself that I was unable to close for the next 8 years of my life. In those 8 years not only did I slowly begin to ruin my life, but I had to watch my little brother slowly begin to ruin his as well. For that reason I believe with every fiber in my body that I was called on this mission. To be a voice for all; to humanize and advocate for everyone suffering from this fatal disease and beyond. 

LAMARRA HINTON, Treasurer

My relationship with the opioid epidemic started over 8 years ago when family members of mine fell victim to the awful disease. My prayer is to eradicate the disease and start a revolution focusing solely on quality of life and the consistent elevation of those living it. God willing, Amen.

ALYSSA MELITO, Secretary 

Addiction is a disease that has taken over millions of people. I truly believe everyone suffering from this disease should have support in their corner helping them fight this battle. Getting involved with Teach one Feed one has been truly rewarding in all aspects. I believe that with everyone's help and kindness those suffering from this disease will get back on their feet and live their best life.

SEAN CALHOUN, At Large Board Member

I chose to get involved with Teach One Feed One because after being around Darnell and the organization, my eyes were open to what addiction really is and how it is poorly represented. Addiction is a disease just like bipolar disorder, depression and many more. The individual cannot control this fact. You can be addicted to caffeine, sex, and other things but since millions of people ended up in the wrong situation, they became addicted to drugs or alcohol. Because of the stigma, these individuals are poorly treated and looked at like litter on the street. I am glad to call Darnell one of my best friends, and to see what he is doing in this world gives me hope that many more can make a change as well!

ADAM PFENDER, At Large Board Member 

For me, addiction has meant best friends losing their brothers and sisters. Addiction has meant seeing babies grow up without their parents. Addiction has brought pain and suffering to more people close to me than I’d like to know, and makes me wonder when will it truly hit my home and effect my life directly. Aside from being great friends with founder, Darnell Hinton being involved with Teach One Feed One means being part of family and mission that works endlessly to end these tragic stories. It means working towards a solution so no one has to suffer and people get the help they deserve

Executive Team

DAN ORR, Donation Coordinator 

As a member of Phi Sigma Kappa at Shippensburg University we gave back to the community every week and now that I graduated I was looking for an organization to be apart of, and found no better than my own neighbor since the sand box days. My family has been majorly affected from the affects of addiction, so this was an amazing fit and I couldn’t be more proud of Darnell for starting this. We’re all just trying to make the world a better place.

MARKEISHA JORDAN, Head Outreach Specialist

Addiction to me means such a tough road, all the loses, so many broken hearts, too many tears. I just want to be able to make a difference with someone. Help others understand that there are people out here that care. I am ready to help make this change world wide. RELAPSE IS PREVENTABLE, KNOWLEDGE IS POWER AND GOD IS AWESOME.