Tamatha Washington
was born July 2, 1967. She is a mother of four and a grandmother of twelve. She completed her education with Emma Sansom High School and went on to New World College for a degree in Accounting & Office Machines. She then attended the Health Care Training Institute and earned a degree as a Nursing Assistant and worked in the field for 14 years. Later in life, while bed-ridden for eight months, she decided to make the best of the situation and made a vow to God to try and help others overcome the disease of addiction and enrolled in college online at ICDC. She earned an Associate Degree in Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling and graduated top of her class.

She then opened a spiritual-based program for addicts called, “There Is Hope.”

Her passion today is God, grandchildren, flowers, and helping others.

Dantez Robinson
was born May 25,1996 in Gadsden, Alabama. He is the son of Rev. Grady E. Robinson Jr and Elshante Robinson. Dantez Robinson is a father of one, Mercedes Robinson. He also is a talented young guy. He has many hobbies. He loves the outside. Fishing, farming, and gardening. Dantez is also recognized as a walking comedian. He keeps people laughing and always seems to put a smile on people faces. Dantez is talented in the music ministry. He served as the minister of music for 6 years at the Mission Baptist Church.

He accepted full time ministry music at the Galilee Baptist Church where he serves presently. Dantez completed his education at Adams Elementary, Litchfield Middle and Gadsden City High School where he graduated in May of 2014. After high school, Dantez continued his education at Jefferson State Community College where he earned his degree in Mortuary Science, class of December 2016.

Currently, Mr. Dantez is sitting to take his national boards to be a Licensed Mortician.

In July of 2018 he was also appointed Chief Deputy Coroner for Etowah County.