Ms. Lucretia Doyle (CC) currently employed with Points of Light Foundation for the ServiceWorks program as a Program Manager. ServiceWorks is a groundbreaking, national program that uses volunteer service as a strategy to help 25,000 underserved youth and young adults develop the skills they need to prepare for greater college and career success. She has previously worked as a Program Manager at The Center for Children and Young Adults (CCYA). During her tenure with the agency, Ms. Doyle developed programming focused on youth development, handled case management, supervised staff and delivered training. She has over 15 years of experience working with youth facing various challenges including youth from low income communities, in foster care, with an incarcerated parent, struggling with substances abuse, and in juvenile court and detention centers.
Prior to CCYA, Ms. Doyle worked for Fulton County Juvenile Court as a Youth Coordinator for three years and Department of Juvenile Justice as a Social Services Worker for six years.
Ms. Doyle is a graduate of Towers High School class of 1996. While at Towers she was in the band, choir, on the student council, played soccer, won Most Humorous and 1st runner up for Football Homecoming. After graduating from THS she was accepted in Alabama State University and was a student there for two in a half years. While at ASU were in the band and gospel choir played the drums. Lucretia graduated from Herzing University in Atlanta with a Bachelors in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management. She received her MBA from American Intercontinental University in Dunwoody. Ms. Doyle was a member of the National Advisory Board of Foreverfamily, Inc., an agency that serves youth with an incarcerated parent from 2002-2016. Currently, she serves as the Alumni President for the Atlanta Chapter of Herzing University. Also, she is a musician and over the HYPE Youth Drumline at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Stockbridge. Lucretia enjoys music, traveling, reading, exercising and mentoring youth in the community.