Governing Board

Please email govboard@harriettubmancsat.com to contact the governing board

Kamaria Finch

SCHOOL FOUNDER

BOARD CHAIR

Sarah Lawrence College B.A.

 

Kamaria Finch is the founder and chair of Harriet Tubman School of Science & Technology. Ms. Finch is a proud mother and the great, great granddaughter of William Finch, first African American Atlanta city councilman and considered the ‘father’ of Atlanta Public Schools. Ms. Finch is a former public-school teacher and graduate of North Shore Country Day School and Sarah Lawrence College where she obtained her Bachelors of Arts.  Ms. Finch serves the Atlanta community through her membership in Jack and Jill, Incorporated, chair of the Atlanta Public School (APS) Go Team, Georgia School Association of Incubator Graduate, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Young Urban League, and Atlanta Tech Village. Kamaria enjoys hot yoga, dancing and reading in her spare time. 

Mia Powell

BOARD MEMBER (EX OFFICIO)
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Princeton University B.S.

Mia Powell is an Atlanta native born and raised in the Atlanta Public Schools until her family moved to Decatur at age 12. Ms. Powell later moved to New Jersey to matriculate Princeton University and returned home to Atlanta after graduation. Mia has received scholarships from Harvard University for their School Turnaround Leader program and is a Summit Learning Fellow. 

Ms. Powell began a corporate career with Iron Mountain Intellectual Property Management. After moving up the ranks from Account Manager to Project Manager, Mia decided to pursue her MBA as well as her Master’s of Accounting. However, Mia’s passion was to positively impact underserved communities. So, she went on to dedicate many years as a classroom teacher and then online instructor. Mia is also an Instructional Coach for the National Math and Science Initiative and has a non-profit with her fiancé focused on the protection of endangered species within Morocco.

Angela Chambliss

BOARD MEMBER

Savannah State University, B.S, MS

Angela Chambliss is an Atlanta, Georgia native and STEAM advocate addressing challenges in accessibility and educational opportunities to under privileged communities. Through her Non-Profit, the Angels and Me Foundation, also known as AngelsNTech Mrs. Chambliss has been featured in various articles in the South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and VoyageATL. The continued success of her commitment to the revitalization of STEAM education in the community are always in spotlight. Mrs. Chambliss is a president’s second mile award recipient and graduate of Savannah State University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Technology. Mrs. Chambliss is also a graduate of Georgia State University with a Master of Science in Computer Science. Angela is an expert in project driven success as a certified Project Management Professional through the Project Management Institute. Mrs. Chambliss is a member of Junior League of DeKalb County and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She is a 2020 Fellow New Leaders Council. Mrs. Chambliss greatly enjoys spending family time with her amazing husband, Chris and energic daughter, Amari Rose. 

Angela Chambliss is a public servant serving in the capacity of an Information Technology Project Manager in the public health sector.  Daily Mrs. Chambliss provides strategic direction and vision in the development, implementation, adoption, and management of a plethora of public health informatics solutions and products. Mrs. Chambliss champions business value for agency wide solutions and products used by internal and external partners. Mrs. Chambliss uses her proficient risk management background to exploit or mitigate risk which may have positive and negative impact on the organization.  These solutions and products are viable immunization information systems and provide business service transparency. Mrs. Chambliss has a multi-million dollar project portfolio of IT investments organization wide which have been recognized for increasing innovation in business services and modernization transformation in using disruptive technology to bring rapid data analysis on public health response efforts saving lives. Mrs. Chambliss is the 2017 and 2019 recipient of the award for Excellence in Information Technology Leadership. Mrs. Chambliss is proficient in SQL Database program, .NET programming, data visualization and analysis, HTML programming, and infrastructure support. 

Mrs. Chambliss has a consistent and highly recognized leadership portfolio for building teams, strengthening performance, and strategic planning which is an asset to the organization. 


New Board Members include: 

James Agazie 

Lela Howard 

Marilyn Johnson

Gary Vause

James Presley

Bios will be forthcoming.