Executive Leadership Team
Baron L. Coker
Managing Partner / CEO
C&C Management Group, LLC
For more than 20 years, Baron has honed his skills to successfully design, develop and implement community services in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. and Atlanta communities. In Washington, D.C. and Prince Georges County, Maryland, Baron developed a holistic program for tenants of the Housing Authorities that were reentering the work force.
In Atlanta, Baron established the Family Development and Enhancement Collaborative, a linked network of development and prevention services and care that proved effective for those the collaborative served while favorably impacting the bottom line. Baron has also served as a coordinator and consultant supporting implementation of community programs, including National Abstinence Conference 2001, Minority AIDS Task Force, and Sisters for Life, an organization working to prevent teen pregnancy and teen prostitution. Serving on local boards and collaborations with community-based organizations enabled Baron to further build his experience and develop relationships with community leaders. His efforts include work with the Governors Youth Advisory Council, the American Red Cross Youth Advocacy program, West End Medical Center, Morehouse College Imani Mentor Program and G-CAPP’s Community Network.
Baron is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, and is an Airborne Marine serving in Special Ops with 2nd ANGLICO, 2ND FSSG, Camp LeJeune, NC. The US Marine Corps ANGLICO units offer fire support and act as air/naval gunfire liaison companies of the United States Marine Corps. Their official name is Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO). In combination with Navy personnel, they coordinate air, naval gunfire, artillery and other support of Marines as well as other US forces and allied units. As we already mentioned they are among the most trained and most eligible US special operations units.
The Marines assigned to USMC ANGLICO must be proficient in a number of specialized military skills. They receive training in MOS (fire support), and some are required to complete airborne training and jump qualifications. They are also cross-trained with a number of US and Allied units around the world. The motto for this US Marine Corps special operations force – “Lightning from the sky, thunder from the sea”. This motto is proven many times during years, from USMC ANGLICO foundation, until today.
Baron is passionate about leveraging his expertise and keen insights to bring a collaborative approach to address the needs of children and young adults in the Metro Atlanta community. Baron has a Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University. He holds an MA in Healthcare Administration and earned a BS in Urban Studies/Psychology from the University of the District of Columbia.
Miltina Fraser, Ph.D (Candidate)
Executive Director, The BrownStone Too, Inc.
Miltina C. Fraser, dynamic and innovative youth engagement specialist, educator, prevention specialist, certified anger management specialist, international facilitator, certified per marriage counselor, staff development/training, and networking specialist. Miltina uses her skills to enrich communities and empower others to make positive change. This journey has permitted her to work with youth and their families for over 25 years in the capacity of a public school teacher, department of children and family’s services, treatment facilities, Independent living homes for youth, mental health day and residential programs, and a community volunteer. Miltina’ compassion for servicing the community, with a youth focus, was nurtured in Newark, New Jersey where she began her career as an educator before moving to Atlanta, Georgia to continue her journey. Mrs. Fraser has served as the Program Director for West Care GA’s Youth Department. She has dedicated 16 years to West Care Georgia where she has managed and serviced over 10 youth programs, multiple youth and families, throughout the state of Georgia. Mrs. Fraser is heavenly involved in Prevention and Intervention programing, such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD/STI, Pregnancy Prevention, Substance misuse and Abuse. Miltina has enhance her skills by adding grant development and program design. She used these additional tools to retrieve funding from Federal, State, Local and foundation grants and contracts. A dedicated wife of 16 years and mother of 2 amazing young girls, is the highlight of her life, “mommy time is the best time.” Miltina’s family gives her the strength and ignites her passion to give her all to the community, “my service is not my job it’s my ministry.” Her unmatched energy and drive to serve in every community she enters truly supports her personal mission of “Always Do the Right Thing”. Miltina holds degrees in English, Master’s in Public Administration, and a candidate for Capella’s Ph.D. program for Leadership and Organization Management.
Director, Operations & Human Resources Administration
Human Resources Professional Tammi Robinson has been in the industry of Human Resources for over nine years. Her expertise in employee relations, recruiting, payroll, on-boarding, training and development, strategic planning, and process improvement, has taken companies such as Environmental Stoneworks and Medline Industries to the next level. Robinson also streamlined a new recruiting/interviewing system, which subsequently increased employee retention by 40%, and as a result increased production by 25%.
Robinson graduated from DeVry University in 2005, with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems. After attaining her degree, she gained employment through Enterprise Rent A Car as a Manager Trainee, eventually becoming a Store Manager in an Atlanta store. After four years of management, Robinson decided to make a career change, moving into a more satisfying role as an Office Manager with The BrownStone Project. She quickly rose to the challenges of running the office, adding to her duties, human resources operations. Within a short period of time, Robinson took over the HR Department, as an HR Generalist. Eventually she moved on to a Recruiter role with TRC Staffing, where she became an expert in recruiting on many levels of career professionals. During Robinson’s time perfecting the craft of Full Cycle Recruiting, she decided to enroll back into school to further her education in Business and Human Resources.
In 2014, Robinson began taking classes at Keller Graduate School of Management, where she graduated with honors, earning an MBA in Human Resources. In 2016 she was recruited by Environmental Stoneworks, to work as a Regional Human Resources Generalist and Recruiter. Robinson excelled in her position across three states, taking the company to the next level in workforce planning, increasing production by improving employee morale and reducing turnover, creating a new training program, change management through training and development, amongst other process improvements. After a couple years working with the Stoneworks, Robinson decided to take a severance package after the acquire and merge with another organization. Since the departure, Robinson has worked as an HR Consultant helping companies with Staffing Stabilization and Reconstruction, Strategic Planning, Leadership and People Management, and Continual Performance Improvement.
Chief Finance Officer
Milo E. Hall has extensive experience in a wide range of leadership, management and advisory positions. In the roles of CFO, Comptroller he provides executives with timely and accurate corporate reporting, macroeconomics, ongoing projections & forecast, oversight over accounting and finance operations, as well as business development. In addition to his accounting and finance oversight responsibilities, Milo offers broad management, internal control, company valuation and research analysis of the total industry. Milo is instrumental in scaling organization growth through microeconomics, sales strategies, technology, raising capital, and restructuring capital positions.
Organizations that Milo has previously facilitated represent a variety of industries including, Enterprise Mobile software, Printing Company, Structed Insulated Panels MFG Company, Wireless internet Communications, CPA Firms, Cable Company, Residential & Multi Unit Construction Projects-Hope Six Funding, Limited & Full Service Restaurants, Local Union, 8A Minority Business 8M Janitorial Company, and Department of Defense.
Milo has assisted organizations raise over $32M through Angel Investors, Regulation D offerings, Senior Bank Loans, Asset Based Loans, Equipment Financing, Mezzanine, and Subordinated Debt.
Milo acquired a small CPA firm in 2008 with a retention rate of 75% as of 2nd quarter 2011. He also acquired a High Speed Wireless Internet Company in 2001.
Milo holds a Graduate degree in Finance from Long Island University, NY, and Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science/Accounting from New Mexico Highlands University.
Sherryl H. Coker
Managing Partner / COO
C&C Management Group, LLC
Sherryl is an executive level professional with over 20 years of experience in Human Resources, Civil Rights, Compliance and Diversity Management. She has an astute talent for building alliances and partnerships with community-based organizations, finding consensus and delivering results.
Sherryl is also adept at implementing policy and procedures, as well as developing training initiatives to ensure improvements in work methods and procedures. While employed with a major public transit authority in Atlanta, and the Federal Government (Department of Defense), in Washington, DC, Sherryl’s knowledge base enables her to properly strategize and implement plans to enhance corporate initiatives and compliance measures.
Sherryl is skilled in assessing and providing policy and compliance measures, along with conducting training to ensure corporate change, and diversity awareness. Ms. Coker’s expertise in designing employment programs and policies impacting diverse groups, ensuring equitable recruitment and hiring, has garnered her various roles and speaking engagements as a Diversity Practitioner. In addition, she has managed special emphasis programs for Veterans and People with Disabilities.
As a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section, and the Association of Conflict Resolution, Sherryl refined her skills as a Certified Mediator and implemented a successful Alternative Dispute Resolution program for a community based/non-profit organization.
Sherryl holds memberships in the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), the National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources and is a Board Director with the Global Inclusion & Diversity Foundation. Ms. Coker maintains oversight of federal reporting requirements as well as state required internal audits.
Ms. Coker, a native of Memphis, TN, holds a BA in Humanities from Christian Brothers University, and a MA of Human Resources Management from Tulane University. Sherryl is currently pursuing a law degree at William H. Taft Law School.
Director, Executive Affairs
Myra Surratt-Walters is a native of DeValls Bluff, Arkansas. She is a graduate of Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications (Radio/Television) and a minor in Political Science. Myra also obtained a certificate of completion in Funeral Service from the Stratford Career Institute. Myra is currently pursuing a Graduate Certification in Applied Project Management and a Master’s in Leadership.
While attending Arkansas State University, Myra was an on-air personality for Gospel Radio station KITA 1440 AM and television host for KCLR, the cable access channel for the city of Little Rock, Arkansas. Myra is an employee of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia in the Content Administration and Sales Department of the Entertainment Division for TNT, NBA and TBS. She is also a former appointed member of the Innovation Strategic Focus Group where she was responsible for managing the implementation of innovative projects for the organization and is now a member of the Change Champion Team. This team is responsible for supporting the change needed for strategic objectives at Turner, Inc. May 2017, Myra was promoted to the News Team, as a Traffic Content Specialist for CNN, Headline News the Airport Network and TCM.
"Myra has spent most of her life working as a humanitarian and focusing on the welfare of others. In September 2001, Myra founded a non-profit organization (501c3) called Greater Works, Inc. Greater Works, Inc.’s mission is to bridge the gap of wisdom and knowledge the Senior Adult Community has with the Youth. This is being accomplished through volunteer projects and initiatives. GWI’s future services will provide reduced and free programs that promote computer education, financial independence, quality childcare services, health and fitness, creative expression, and social development for low-income urban residents. Myra’s most passionate accomplishment is honoring phenomenal Grandmothers in the community, for their great works, at the annual “A Grandmother’s Love” Banquet.
Myra is a member of the Hunter Hill First Baptist Church (Atlanta, Georgia), the Order of the Eastern Star (Prince Hall Affiliated), Arkansas State University Alumni Association, Georgia Funeral Directors Association, National Association for Multi- Ethnicity in Communications, National Association of Professional Women, Women in Cable Telecommunications, Women in Communications and other civic organizations. She is also the former co-owner of Wimberly and Jackson Funeral Home in Gainesville, Georgia.
Myra enjoys volunteering in the community and being a part of a positive change for all citizens. Myra’s vision is to construct the largest Senior/Youth Multi- purpose facility in the nation. Myra received the 2017 Hidden Figure Award on behalf of District 7(Dekalb County); 2017 Concerned Black Clergy Salute to Black Mothers- Hidden Figure Award and most recently completed the Jewell Jackson McCabe Emerging Leaders Institute, receiving an award of completion. Myra was also nominated for the Patricia C. Jones Community Service Award by the Dekalb County Chapter-NAACP. She was selected as one of the five individual, family, business, nonprofit community or service organizations who has made an exceptional contribution and has provided exceptional services and/or has shown exceptional leadership toward the DeKalb community. In 2019, Myra was voted as a member of the Dekalb County Principal Advisory Council for Rainbow Elementary School. Myra serves as a community liaison and assists in the
areas of educational enrichment and partnership opportunities for the school."
Manager, Finance & Accounting
Tarryn Sampson is an accountant, enrolled agent, speaker, educator, coach, and small business owner with over 20 years of experience. She uses her skillset to lead, guide, and build small business owner. Her passion lies in helping other small business owners
succeed. She left her Senior Accountant corporate career to follow her passion.
When Tarryn Sampson opened the doors to TS Tax & Accounting Services in December 2014, she had one motto “Where YOUR Business is OUR Business”. Her goal was to help entrepreneurs and small business owners realize their dreams of creating a successful business. But she knew just being great at your craft won’t take you there. You must have someone looking at the numbers for you. Especially if that part of business management is stressful to you. So, she decided to use her 20 plus years of accounting and tax experience to help up and coming business. Tarryn has helped business owners of small to midsize companies get a better understanding of their financials. Her focus is to also help them minimize their tax liabilities by strategically applying tax and accounting principles to her client’s advantage.
She worked in various industries from manufacturing & distribution to healthcare. In her last position in corporate, she served as a Senior Accountant for over 15 years. She was responsible for managing the finances for a multi-layered company in healthcare services. Concurrently, she began her career as a tax professional. She worked with the largest tax preparation company for six years. Then she decided to branch out on her own. She ran her own tax service business part time for 18 years.
Tarryn graduated from Temple University with a B.S. in Accounting.