Quintiya Miller, JD
Quintiya Miller has lived in Colorado Springs since the age of five. As a product of Academy School District 20, she has a vested interest in the welfare of the local school communities. After graduating high school, she continued her soccer career at Alcorn State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and thereafter received a Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law. Her passion for sports and the well-being of children lead her to work in the Olympic movement in the vital role of athlete abuse prevention. Through public service in the Pikes Peak Region, she has pulse on the needs and trends of the community.
Board of Directors
Gene' Henderson, LAC, MAC, SAP
Gene’ Henderson earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling from Emporia State University and a Masters of Art degree in Counseling from North Central University. She is a state Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC), a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), and a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). Her specialty is chemical dependency and rules and regulations regarding Department of Transportation standards in the workplace.
Mrs. Henderson established her very own business and opened the doors of Henderson Consulting & EAP Services in November of 2006. Mrs. Henderson has a remarkable sum of thirty (30) years experience in the substance abuse arena and mental health field.
Syretta McGraw, RN
Ms. Syretta McGraw has lived in the Colorado Springs area for 18 years near immediate family members who are now retired Active Duty and Civil Service members. She serves as the Secretary of the Board for the Henderson Outreach Program (HOP). Syretta has been a nurse for 16 years. Currently she is Registered Nurse manager who specializes in Utilization Management and Patient Advocacy. She is active in the community as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Health Ministry Lead for Fresh Start Baptist Church. Syretta also has a background in family behavioral health and is in process of obtaining her Masters of Nursing degree to become Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
Bridgitt Mitchell, Ed.D.
Dr. Mitchell has nearly two decades of experience in education and management. She has served in diverse roles that include Assistant Director for a Center of Multicultural Leadership at the University of Kansas, Tenured Professor, Assistant to the Secretary for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the State of Kansas’ 1st Minority Health Liaison. More recently, she collaborated with Georgetown University to examine the effects of trauma on preschoolers of military families.
Dr. Mitchell holds a B.G.S. degree in African and African American Studies and a M.A. in Human Development and Family Life from the University of Kansas. She also holds a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education and Adult Learning from Walden University. Her dissertation topic examined how early childhood teachers manage challenging and disruptive behaviors in preschool classrooms.
Dr. Mitchell is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She is a member of the Colorado Springs chapter of The Links, Incorporated. She also volunteers her mediation services for underserved citizens at the El Paso County 4th Judicial District Small Claims Court.