Chantelle was born in Chicago, IL and raised in Memphis, TN where she built a passion for people and for the community. She grew up in the inner city of Memphis, attended the Porter Boys & Girls Club, and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. Chantelle received a B.S. In Human Science/Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
Drusheena Kyles is a native Memphian. A graduate of The George Washington University, located in our nation’s capital, she spent many years living in Los Angeles, CA with her son, Ramsey. During that time her attention was focused on discovering the components of a healthy lifestyle, especially for children and teens. Recently she returned home, to share with the youth of Memphis her findings regarding the honoring and care of one’s health through nutrition, yoga, and meditation. Before joining Boys and Girls Club of Greater Memphis, she worked at the Memphis Office of Youth Services.
Email: drusheenak [at] bgcm [dot] org