Youth Program Coordinator/ Bolton Academy and Sutton Middle School
Marlon Montgomery is a native of Atlanta and will transition to the Trinity and St. Anne’s locations as the Youth Program Coordinator for Bolton Academy and Sutton Middle Schools. Marlon previously served as Youth Program Coordinator for the Agape location for the children from E. Rivers Elementary. Marlon has been with Agape since 2013.
Marlon’s passion for helping children understand their identity and reach their full potential has fueled his approach to leading Agape’s youth programs. He believes education coupled with a hard work ethic, integrity, and persistence is the key to gaining wisdom and achievement, and with support from Agape’s innovative programming, the children we service have a true opportunity to reach their goals.Marlon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Business from Georgia State University and is a Dove Award winning music producer. He has formerly traveled much of the country inspiring students through speaking and musical engagements.
Alexandra De La Rosa
Bilingual Outreach Specialist/ Bolton Academy
Alexandra De La Rosa will continue to serve as the Bilingual Outreach Specialist for Bolton Academy. Alexandra is originally from North Carolina, but began her formative years in Dominican Republic and received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Political Science from Georgia State University in 2014. She has gained experience working with youth, as well as the Latino community in many non-profit organizations in the Atlanta area. She persistently seeks to carry out meaningful work while making a positive contribution in disadvantaged and marginalized communities. Her goal is to challenge her students while giving them the opportunity to learn and grow each day. Alexandra enjoys building close relationships with each child, serving as a role model and source of support in becoming successful adults. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, painting, and traveling.
Youth Program Coordinator/ E. Rivers Elementary
Alan Maxcy serves as the Program Coordinator for the E. Rivers program at Agape. He and his wife Lacey have lived in the Atlanta area for the past 5 years. They enjoy exploring Atlanta’s diverse food scene, hiking in North Georgia, and traveling. Alan worked as a counselor for the E. Rivers program in 2014 and has returned in 2017 to take over the Coordinator position. Alan is passionate about community and has a background in church ministry. He worked as the Community Groups Coordinator at Cumberland Community Church and went to school for Pastoral Ministry at Southeastern Baptist Seminary. Alan has been working with children for 10+ years and believes that it is important to give back to our communities that are the most marginalized.
Bilingual Outreach Specialist/ E. Rivers Elementary
Cameron “Cammie” Wagner will continue to serve as Agape’s Bilingual Outreach Specialist for E. Rivers Elementary. She is a recent graduate of Emory University where she double-majored in Psychology and Spanish and played viola in the Emory University Symphony Orchestra. As her first opportunity out of college, Cammie is thrilled to be working with youth in the nonprofit sector. Agape aligns her career goals with her interest in the intersection of immigration and education in the United States, as well as her interest in behavioral psychology. She hopes to receive a graduate certificate in English-Spanish Interpretation and a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology while continuing to serve the community through Agape. Cammie grew up in Roswell, Georgia with her parents, her older sister and her dog, Mia. In her spare time, she enjoys music, traveling and recreational soccer.
Dominique Tate will continue to serve as Education/Volunteer Coordinator. Dominique received a Bachelor’s degree in International Business with a minor in Spanish from Clark Atlanta University in 1999 and obtained her MBA in Marketing in 2003. To further broaden her immersion in the Spanish language and her burgeoning love for travel, she had undergraduate study abroad experiences in Ecuador, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica. After working for several years in corporate market research and owning a women’s clothing boutique, in 2013, she changed career paths by moving to Spain for a year to teach English to elementary aged children. Upon her return to the US in 2014, she joined the Agape team to continue her work with children.
Although Dominique currently serves as the Education/Volunteer Coordinator, she has also served as an Agape Youth Counselor for middle school students and the Bilingual Outreach Specialist for Bolton Academy. As a result, she understands Agape from a number of different perspectives and has created close relationships with not only the students and their parents, but volunteers as well.