Board of Directors

Rev. Christine Y.

Wiley, PhD

Dr. Wiley pastored the Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ in Washington, DC along with her husband, Rev. Dr. Dennis W. Wiley for 32 years. They retired from the pastorate in 2017. Dr. Wiley is a significant leader for justice in the Washington DC community.  She is currently Director of Pastoral Clinical Services, a counseling center where individual, couples, and group psychotherapy are offered. Dr. Wiley teaches at the Howard University School of Social Work, and the School of Divinity at Howard. Her research focuses on African American women and the intersection of mental well-being and religion. She has a number of published articles and book chapters, and serves on several Boards addressing justice, liberation and healing to marginalized populations. She is the mother of three adult children and five beautiful grandchildren.

Marcy J. Dunlap, Esq

Marcy is a native of Washington, D.C. and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two children. Marcy is currently licensed to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia and works as an employee benefits attorney for a global consulting firm. Marcy enjoys reading, traveling, and volunteering. She is particularly passionate about issues involving children, equity, and ethics. In addition to her work with My Sister My Seed, she volunteers through her local community, at Drew Charter School, Oakhurst Presbyterian Church, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.

Beirout Cummings

Beirout is a Sr. Application Quality Analyst at Fannie Mae.  She is a married mother of two residing in Maryland.  Beirout is a fierce advocate for young girls.  She also has a passion for consulting and educating the community on the issue of home ownership.   

Hollie Lopes

Integration and Test Technical Lead at the IRS - Full Bio coming

Anthony Kodwo Amos

Entertainment activist, videographer, editor and radio producer. Using music and video he desires to spark dialogue, create critical thinkers and solution agents that will actively change the world. His motto is “creating community across lines of differences”. He produces a weekly radio show on WERA called My Hip Hop Perspective Radio where he primarily uses hip hop, commentary, and spoken word as vehicles to expand the conversation around hip hop, activism, knowledge, breaking social norms, action, and building stronger communities that advocate for themselves. He is the founder of SKIES THE LIMIT Entertainment.