Patricia Doyle was a daughter, mother, sister, aunt, cousin, aunt and friend to many. She was the fourth child to William and Corrine Doyle born in West Virginia and raised in Georgia. She was a mother to four children and to two beautiful grandchildren. A advocate in the community, psamist, nurse and drummer. A talented woman with a vision of helping and encouraging others. A former prison inmate she served five years in prison. After life of incarceration, she obtained her GED and went to nursing school to pursue a career as a phlebotomy technician. While employed with LabCorp in Tucker, Georgia she became a supervisor. Also, she was the first former incarcerated individual to serve on the board for AIM Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers better known as Foreverfamily now. Patricia became ill and left this world August 1, 2001.
Lucretia T Doyle BKA CC continued her legacy and broke the barrels. CC is the oldest and a twin always strive to be the best. She is the first in the Doyle family to graduate from college and graduate school. CC always had a passion working with youth. She began that work with Department of Juvenile Justice, Fulton County Juvenile Court, nonprofits, school system and in church. A great musician that enjoys playing for the church and special events. She started a youth Drumline at her church 3 years ago with 7 youth. Now it has over 30 youth currently playing with the HYPE DRUMLINE at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Stockbridge. She is a mentor to several youth in the community.
Her favorite quote “Many are called but only few are chosen”
Passionate about her work with youth, she became the first child of an incarcerated parent to receive a scholarship and serve on the board of Foreverfamily since 2002. CC is employed full time with Points of Light Foundation as a Senior Program Manager for the Presidential Volunteer Service Program. PVSA is the President’s Volunteer Service Award is the premier volunteer awards program, encouraging citizens to live a life of service through presidential gratitude and national recognition.
She enjoys working with opportunity youth and making a difference in her community.
Lucretia has 15 years of experience in the field of child and adolescents, youth and adults involved with substance abuse, training, supervision, youth development, juvenile justice system, youth in foster care, and youth with an incarcerated parent. She has severed various populations as a Program Coordinator, Program Manager, Youth Advocate and Administrator. Lucretia earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Herzing University, a Master of Business Administration in Management from American Intercontinental University. Her areas of interest include social and child welfare policy; trauma of youth in the juvenile system, youth in foster care, youth with an incarcerated parent.
Lucretia created her own foundation in July 2016, providing scholarships for youth with an incarcerated parent. She has given four scholarships in two years and looking forward to bless more youth.
She is a certified life coach, certified child care residential trainer, trauma informed specialist, and a public speaker for professional conferences, community events, for churches, career day in local schools or college events, both locally and nationally.
Lucretia is passionate about helping opportunity youth and underserved people get high quality treatment. She is a musician and enjoys playing kickball with her team the Dirty South Divas. Lucretia is happily married with four children, two grandchildren and two beautiful pets.