Potential Unleashed Consulting is comprised of top-tier professionals dedicated to your success
Jahmad got his start in Higher Education over a decade ago, his endless dedication to empowerment and education for all people has allowed him the privilege to work with schools, districts, colleges, communities and corporations around the world.
Internationally known as a retention specialist, culture transformation consultant, masterful storyteller, and author Jahmad focuses on helping people and organizations accomplish their goals and fulfill their potential.
Experienced Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant with a demonstrated history of working with Leadership teams in Fortune 50 Companies, government organizations, higher education and K-12 Systems.
Noah Prince is a highly sought Diversity, Equity and Inclusion facilitator and consultant that specializes in supporting “insiders” in different organizations think about culture and take steps towards being allies and champions for inclusion.
Jennifer has brought her expertise in diversity and inclusion to institutions of higher education and healthcare around the country for over 15 years.
Her insight and engineering of strategic initiatives has been incorporated at liberal arts colleges such as Bard College, Claremont McKenna College and McDaniel College, as well as Baltimore’s esteemed Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) and Broadmead retirement community.
Jennifer’s leadership and training incorporates multicultural consulting, inclusivity programming and dialogue facilitation into a cohesive package, utilizing everything from focus group discussions to rigorous data analysis.
Richard Jack III
Richard Jack III is a school counselor with five years of experience.
Richard possesses a Master of Science in Counseling Degree from the University of Phoenix and uses his counseling degree and life experiences to provide guidance and support to young people.
He engages students in peer-to-peer mediation strategies, conflict resolution and group conversation designed to enhance academic achievement and behavior modification.
Robert Jones Jr.
Robert Jones is a leader in educational advocacy and youth development. He is wonderfully charismatic and capable of connecting with students in meaningful ways. Robert inspires numerous students to achieve their educational, career, and personal goals.
Director Of Digital Marketing
Ron Pascal is a digital marketing specialist with a focus on brand and marketing development.
Donya Kemp is a lifelong educator, passionately committed to authentic instruction that engages students and families in service and social justice.
She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and an M.A. in Instructional Policy and Leadership from Marquette University, and an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership and Administration from Kennesaw State University.
Over the past 19 years, she has served as a public school teacher, Instructional Coach, Technology Coordinator, and Dean of Academics.
Though she has supported grades Pk-12 in several significant roles, she is most passionate about empowering all students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers through authentic project-based learning, rooted in service and social justice.
As Director of Project-Based Learning at Drew Charter School, she was able to develop implement Drew’s PBL instructional model, which PBSA is now replicating.
She currently serves as “Disruptor in Chief” (aka Principal) with Purpose Built Schools in Atlanta, GA.
Katrina Tuggle is a school administrator, public speaker, mentorship program founder, and consultant in Washington State.
Within her role as an administrator, she has led the work of implementing building-wide systems and accountability structures for racial justice, social and emotional learning and restorative practices both in her building and for the district.
She believes that by raising teachers’ critical consciousness regarding oppressive social conditions, they will begin reimagining and revaluing the social, cultural and economic complexities that exist within the classroom.
Her educational background includes an Administration Certificate from the University of Washington-Tacoma, a Master’s in Teaching from the University of Puget Sound and a Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies from Washington State University.
Katrina specializes in leadership coaching, facilitation, training, and organizational development with an emphasis on racial justice.
Currently, she works as an Assistant Principal at an elementary school on the Eastside of Tacoma.
For more than 20 years Tricia has advanced racial equity in education as a teacher, instructional coach, curriculum specialist, and administrator in urban schools.
At the heart of Tricia’s approach is a deep belief that all children deserve an equal opportunity to succeed in school and in life and that racial equity is a pathway toward their success.
Tricia works with schools, districts, and organizations to design and implement successful racial equity strategies.
Operations & Marketing
Mike Seiford is a digital marketing specialist who assists organizations in digital with a focus on social media development
Tiffany Locker is a customer support specialist.