Terry Davis serves as the executive director for Winton Place Youth Center and is now in her 7th year. Terry earned her master’s degree in higher education administration at Kent State University, after completing her bachelor’s degree at Ohio University in psychology. Terry has completed a two-year course at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, as well as course work in psychology at the doctoral level. Her interest in education and youth development has been long-lived. Beginning her career as a substitute teacher for Cincinnati Public Schools, Terry went on to serve as the Director of Admissions, overseeing the admission services for all undergraduate programs at the University of Cincinnati. She has served on the Board of Directors for three Ohio charter schools: Mt. Auburn International Academy, Ohio Connections Academy and Schilling School for Gifted Children.

WPYC’s educational director is headed into her ninth year of service at the Center. Phyllis is near completion of her associate’s degree in early childhood at the Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Phyllis was a seven year resident of Winton Place and the Center benefits from the positive relationships Phyllis has developed through the years with our students’ families. Most important, her commitment to serving the children of WPYC is steadfast.

Jamieson Williams is a 2014 graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. While a student, he worked with social justice initiatives such as the Racial Awareness Program, Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation and the Social Justice Training Institute.  After obtaining a degree in Electronic Media & Marketing, he entered Americorps Public Allies in order to work in the nonprofit sector. Having had an interest in working with kids and underrepresented communities, he was placed at the Winton Place Youth Center. The connections and impact he’s made awarded him the opportunity to do a second year with the organization.