Michelle Y. Long
General Manager, Business Process Optimization, Chevron Environmental Management and Real Estate Company (CERMEC)
Director, Koshland Program of The San Francisco Foundation, Member of the Neighborhood Funders Group & the Black Funders Network
Licensed Clinical Social Worker & COO at MyPath, a national nonprofit focused on paving economic pathways for low-income youth.
Community Activist & Public Servant, Founder, Soulful Softball Sunday, Award Winning Author
Currently, a high school senior. Mya's interests are community activism, music, band, and drumline.
Curley has spent most of her career in the beauty industry as a hairstylist, businesswoman, and educator. Fueled by her passion to always help others, she envisioned D.R.E.A.M. Financial Academy as a way to impact the youth in her community and give them tools to help them succeed in life. "When you know how to play the game you have a chance to WIN." Her desire is to equip individuals with the education and knowledge so they can make life-changing decisions when it comes to finances.
Maria has had an exciting career in marketing, advertising and sales. She is particularly proud of her leadership in for-profit, government, and not-for-profit partnerships that focus on skills training, employment skills, and affordable and homeless housing solutions. Financial education and empowerment are her personal crusades and she is thrilled to be part of this movement with D.R.E.A.M. Financial Academy!