Madasia Hicks is the Development & Communications Coordinator for FAIR Girls. Madasia received her Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in Human Resource Management and Management Information Systems from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. With over 10+ years’ experience in corporate America, Madasia is merging that work with her love of philanthropy by entering the non-profit sector. Prior to joining the FAIR Girls team, she served as the Communications Chair for the Urban League of Union County Young Professionals based in Elizabeth, NJ growing their presence and engagement on social media. She is passionate about sharing truth through digital and social media in this world. Here at FAIR Girls, Madasia implements and mange social media content to help drive fundraising, bring awareness, and boost support around the fight against human trafficking. In her spare time, she likes to work on her podcast and blogging.
Traceyann Frenchie Davis MPH (she/her/hers) is an authority on Human Sexuality and Public Health Leadership with a laser-beam focus on marginalized communities. She is a certified life coach that specializes in REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy) and Emotional Intelligence. As an educator, writer, researcher, and consultant, Frenchie works to help clients from all walks of life claim (and, in many instances, reclaim) their sexual autonomy and enhance their emotional literacy. Using a wide range of interactive, high-quality workshops and engagement programming, Frenchie uncovers the veil on mental, historical, and cultural impediments that maintain barriers to self-advocacy, sex-positive lifestyles and productive conversations about sexual health.
For over 20+ years she has honed her craft working with populations that include teen parents, HIV survivors, Black male youth, domestic violence survivors, and social justice victims. She works both nationally and internationally and is the host of the morning education-news segment “What’s Going On?” every Tuesday on WBAI NY 99.5FM.
As a global citizen who has traveled to more than 30 countries, she has spent a significant portion of her career advocating in both the US and abroad for the end of HIV prevalence. She is a returning presenter for the State of Michigan Health and Human Services HIV division. She was a research scholar at the Cuba Delegation for Race, Culture, Gender, and Sexuality and was also a scholar at the Black Feminism Summer School and studying abroad in Cachoeira, Brazil for the Decolonization of Black Feminism with renowned academic and activist Angela Davis. In the fall of 2018 Frenchie was featured as a sexpert in the newly published book Untrue by New York Times Best Selling Author, Wednesday Martin Ph.D. Frenchie continues to dedicate her passion to building communities that reimagine sexual and emotionally healthy cultural ecosystems for girls, women, and disenfranchised communities.
Kiana is a graduate of Frostburg State University with a Bachelors of Sociology, Women’s Studies and French. Prior to joining FAIR Girls she served at a Family Crisis Center in Cumberland, MD, assisting in residential care and case management for victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. She is passionate about providing women with resources and empowerment.
Jennifer Longmire-Wright is the Deputy Director, Administration & Development for FAIR Girls. Jennifer leads daily operations and administration for FAIR Girls and also manages fundraising campaigns, development, communications, and public awareness around the fight against human trafficking. An award-winning veteran public radio producer, events, media, and development professional, Jennifer holds a BS degree in Communications Studies and an MS degree in Telecommunications Management both from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. Jennifer is passionate about the ability to help make a positive difference in the world. Jennifer loves to laugh, make people smile and is an avid reader and lifelong learner. Jennifer lives in Northern Virginia with her husband (also a proud Morgan State University alum) and their rather extensive plants, music, and books collection.