Josh Davis is the Executive Director of Proskuneo Ministries and the director of the Proskuneo School of the Arts in Clarkston. Josh and his wife, Jennifer, (who is a Clarkston native!) moved to Clarkston in 2013 because they wish to raise their four children in the rich cultural diversity of Clarkston.

Josh Davis is the Executive Director of Proskuneo Ministries and the director of the Proskuneo School of the Arts in Clarkston. Josh and his wife, Jennifer, (who is a Clarkston native!) moved to Clarkston in 2013 because they wish to raise their four children in the rich cultural diversity of Clarkston.

Brian Khang Le comes from Los Angeles, where he obtained his BS in Biochemistry from UCLA. He moved to Atlanta for his Master's of Public Health - Policy and Management at Emory University.  He has been working and doing community work in Clarkston since he moved to Atlanta, where he has been putting on the annual Clarkston 5K race/walk.  

Brian Khang Le comes from Los Angeles, where he obtained his BS in Biochemistry from UCLA. He moved to Atlanta for his Master's of Public Health - Policy and Management at Emory University.  He has been working and doing community work in Clarkston since he moved to Atlanta, where he has been putting on the annual Clarkston 5K race/walk.  

Lesley Dixon tries his best to learn something new everyday. He also has learned that, by helping others, he really helps himself.

Lesley Dixon tries his best to learn something new everyday. He also has learned that, by helping others, he really helps himself.

Angela Moore is one of the Co-chairs of the Clarkston Culture Fest Committee and has been an advocate for the festival from its inception.  As a founding member, Angela served as one of the Co-chairs for the 1st two years and was instrumental in securing funding via the neighborhood fund.  Angela is a power house supporter of and  for the Clarkston Community. Lady A, as she is affectionately known throughout the community, is a connector of people and is known for getting things done.  As the Community Relations Director for the K.D. Moore Community Development, Inc, Lady A seeks to connect the people of Clarkston  by bridging educational, social, physical and cultural gaps. Angela is also the wife of the Pastor of the Clarkston First Baptist Church-Clarkston's largest religious congregation. 

Angela Moore is one of the Co-chairs of the Clarkston Culture Fest Committee and has been an advocate for the festival from its inception.  As a founding member, Angela served as one of the Co-chairs for the 1st two years and was instrumental in securing funding via the neighborhood fund.  Angela is a power house supporter of and  for the Clarkston Community. Lady A, as she is affectionately known throughout the community, is a connector of people and is known for getting things done.  As the Community Relations Director for the K.D. Moore Community Development, Inc, Lady A seeks to connect the people of Clarkston  by bridging educational, social, physical and cultural gaps. Angela is also the wife of the Pastor of the Clarkston First Baptist Church-Clarkston's largest religious congregation. 

Dr. Adam J Nykamp has been an educator at Indian Creek Elementary School for the past 15 years.  He has taught in the classroom as a 2nd and 5th grade teacher, operated the computer lab (utilizing math and reading software to assess and work with small groups of students), and most recently served as an instructional coach in the areas of reading and math.  As an education enthusiast, Adam sees the need to connect with community, leading to his additional roles as PTA president for 3 years, participant with numerous Clarkston groups, individuals, and committees discussing community improvement, engagement, education, and other topics, and member of Clarkston International Bible Church, currently serving as the Mission & Outreach chair.  He is passionate about community sustainability, growth, and overall well-being, which brought him to taking part in the planning of the Clarkston community festival, having had much experience in planning other festivals at Indian Creek over the years.  this will be his second year as the "Activities" chair and third year overall participating in the event.

Dr. Adam J Nykamp has been an educator at Indian Creek Elementary School for the past 15 years.  He has taught in the classroom as a 2nd and 5th grade teacher, operated the computer lab (utilizing math and reading software to assess and work with small groups of students), and most recently served as an instructional coach in the areas of reading and math.  As an education enthusiast, Adam sees the need to connect with community, leading to his additional roles as PTA president for 3 years, participant with numerous Clarkston groups, individuals, and committees discussing community improvement, engagement, education, and other topics, and member of Clarkston International Bible Church, currently serving as the Mission & Outreach chair.  He is passionate about community sustainability, growth, and overall well-being, which brought him to taking part in the planning of the Clarkston community festival, having had much experience in planning other festivals at Indian Creek over the years.  this will be his second year as the "Activities" chair and third year overall participating in the event.

Ms. Harris developed the 5K race component of the Clarkson Community 5K Festival initially as a fundraiser to benefit families with Deaf/Hard of Hearing children. As a member of the Clarkson Community Festival Committee Ms. Harris broaden the scope of the fundraiser to be an opportunity for extensive community connections and engagement.   She added a component for organizations joining the event to have an opportunity to raise money to meet their individual goals. Ms. Harris is currently the founder of Great Day Connections, Inc. a Pre-natal to Pre-K educational enrichment organization working with pre-natal families who are either low-income. teenagers or have high-risk pregnancies

Ms. Harris developed the 5K race component of the Clarkson Community 5K Festival initially as a fundraiser to benefit families with Deaf/Hard of Hearing children. As a member of the Clarkson Community Festival Committee Ms. Harris broaden the scope of the fundraiser to be an opportunity for extensive community connections and engagement.   She added a component for organizations joining the event to have an opportunity to raise money to meet their individual goals.

Ms. Harris is currently the founder of Great Day Connections, Inc. a Pre-natal to Pre-K educational enrichment organization working with pre-natal families who are either low-income. teenagers or have high-risk pregnancies