Promoting Strong Families and Building Community Relationships

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Jayla's Community Outreach Center

Stacey Stoudemire 


Stacey is a single mother of two whose passion is to help people in need. She seeks to assist women with becoming independent mothers. Stacey attended University of Detroit Mercy where she obtained her BA in Criminal Justice in 2004. She then obtained her MA in Criminal Justice in May 2011 and MS in Security Administration in December 2011. Stacey worked for the State of Michigan Department of Human Services as a Case Worker while pursuing her degrees. She then moved on to work for the State of Michigan Department of Corrections as a Probation Officer in the city of Detroit. Shortly thereafter, she worked for the State of Michigan Department of Corrections as an Oakland County Parole Agent.  With every position Stacey has held, she sought to help those in need. She continues her role with JCO to ensure assistance is provided to women, with her focus on struggling mothers. To contact Stacey please call 1(800) JCO-9352 ext 800 or email at


Catherine Stoudemire

Board Vice President

Catherine is a mother of two who has provided volunteer community service assistance throughout her life.  She received her BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Detroit Mercy. She worked for the State of Michigan Department of Human Services for over 20 years and is now retired.  Catherine's main role on the board is with company policy and planning. Catherine can be reached at 


Fatou Campbell

Board Treasurer

Fatou was born and raised in Detroit, MI.  He is the middle child of three. He enjoys making everyone around him smile. He is currently employed with one of the major Detroit area casinos as a Supervisor. Fatou loves to help other and feels blessed to be a member of JCO. His main role on the board is real estate. Fatou can be reached at

Shanna Chatmon

Board Secretary

Shanna is a single mother of three whose passion is to help women in need and provide them with the tools necessary not to just succeed but to thrive in the world and help others.  Shanna was born and raised in Detroit and became aware of the needs of women at an early age.  Shanna attended Michigan State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 2006.  Since then she has worked as an Assistance Payments worker with Michigan Department of Human Services assisting families in need and in that position she became motivated to help women in need who society has failed.  She has since promoted to a probation officer with the Michigan Department of Corrections and has supervised female offenders where she gained more insight as to how to provide solutions to the unique needs of women.  She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Intelligence Analysis and Security Administration at the University of Detroit Mercy.  The positions that Shanna has held as a State of Michigan employee have given her a unique advantage into meeting the needs of struggling mothers and young women alike. Shanna's main role on the board is operations. Shanna can be reached at 

Michael Riley


Michael was born and raised in Detroit MI. She grew up in a middle class family. She is a single mother of two. Michael Attended Henry Ford High and graduated in 1996. In the fall of 1996, Michael attended Henry Ford Community College and graduated in 2001 with her Associate Degree in Criminal Justice. In the spring of 2004 Michael Graduated from Madonna University with her Bachelors in Criminal Justice. In June 2004 Michael began working in the social work field. Michael began working with abused/neglected and delinquent teens with a non-profit agency. While working full time, in 2007 Michael decided to go back to school to obtain her Master Degree. In August of 2008, Michael received her Master Degree In Criminal Justice & Security Administration from University of Phoenix in Troy MI.  In December 2008, Michael began working for the State of Michigan. Michael worked in several departments while working for state ranging from human services department, child welfare departments and adult services. She departed in November 2013, to began her venture in a new career in the substance abuse field and to have more flexibility with her family. Michael went back to working for a non-profit agency in the Foster care Department. Michael is very compassionate and dedicated with working with adults and troubled youth. Michael has self drive & determination and has sacrificed to reach her goals. Once she puts her mind to something that she wants she will not stop until she accomplishes it. Michael's main roles on the board are events and fundraising. Michael can be reached by email at


Sara Miles

Board Trustee

Sara Miles is a probation/parole agent with the Michigan Department of Corrections.  Sara started as a probation agent for the MDOC in 2010 in Wayne County. After working in Wayne County for three years, Sara transferred and now works at the parole office in Ionia County. She received a double major in criminal justice and Psychology from Trine University (formally Tri-State University) in 2009. While completing her undergraduate work, Sara was a member of the Trine University softball team from 2005-2007, as well as a member of the University’s chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association. In 2014, Sara graduated from Michigan State University with a Masters in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis. Sara became involved with Jayla's Community Outreach in 2012 through founder and CEO of the organization, Stacey Ware. Sara serves as a board member and is in charge of social media for the organization. When Sara is not working she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching and playing sports, going to the movies, spending time with her pets and relaxing. Sara is also involved in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and is currently waiting to be matched with a "little." Sara can be reached at

Twana Richardson 

Board Trustee

Twana was born and raised in Gary, IN., and witnessed how much social economic help her underprivileged community needed. She began her volunteer work with the Salvation Army and Toys for Tots in 1999. Twana earned a Bachelors Degree in Social Work/Criminal Justice/Education from St Joseph College in 2005, and a Masters of Public Administration/Liberal Studies in 2015 from Indiana University. Twana worked as an Adult Probation Officer for Lake County, Indiana in 2005, and a Youth Counselor/Therapist for Saint Margaret Behavioral Health until 2007. Twana has also worked with Child Protective Services in Indiana and Arizona from 2007-2018, as a Family Case Manager II, Investigator I, and Hotline Specialist. She has also worked as a High School Substitute Teacher at various Indiana Public Schools, over the years.  Twana's main role on the board is operations. She can be reached at