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Danielle Veal is an educator and Atlanta native. She is the Founder & Director of Teach One Tutors, an Atlanta based tutoring business. She has a passion for education and youth development which is why she became a Zena's House board member in 2019. Danielle is committed to helping students see their untapped & unlimited potential.
An educator turned attorney, Trinity Townsend has excelled at both preparing teenagers for successful lives in “the real world” and at advocating on behalf of youth and families in the justice system. With a vision to invest in the youth who followed him, Trinity graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in Education and earned his Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law to practice law in 2006.
Trinity is a staff Attorney for Fulton County in the Chambers of Honorable Judge Eric Richardson and Co-Author of When the Cops Knockin’: An Illustrated Guide to Criminal Law.
Bernice founded Zena's House in 2004, two years after the death of her youngest sister, Zena. Two of Ms. Bronson’s major accomplishments with Zena’s House is securing a contract with the Georgia Department of Education in 2006 and again in 2009 and taking 14 students and chaperones to visit Ghana, West Africa in April 2009. Bernice is honored to serve the community through Zena's House.