L. I. F. E. Educational Services Inc. was incorporated as a Georgia nonprofit, June 1, 2018. Its purpose is to provide innovative, relevant, and comprehensive educational services and programs. It aims to develop educational programs that provide instruction and training for learners from youth to adulthood. Programs will focus on improving student achievement in STEM disciplines, motivating their completion of high school, and preparing them for college and/or a career as well as assisting adults to become productive citizens through education. L.I.F.E. Educational Services Inc. has two active programs at this time: Young Doctors and Health Professionals for students in grades 5,6,7, and 8 and Financial Literacy for LIFE for both adults and children.
L.I.F.E. will provide a myriad of services that will demonstrate that “Learning Is For Everyone”
Board of Directors
Internal Medicine – Medical Associates of Albany (GA)
Assistant professor of Mathematics
Title III Director
Albany State University
Candace Porter, PhD Secretary
Statistical Scientist – QVIA – Durham, NC
Evelyn Ross Treasurer
Training & Community Outreach Coordinator, VP
Renasant Bank, Albany, Georgia
Community Partnership/Strategic Marketing & Communications
South Central Primary Care Center, Ocilla, Georgia
Ufot Inyang, PhD
Associate Superintendent for Academic Services (Retired)
Dougherty County School System, Albany, Georgia
Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Government
Albany State University (Georgia)
Young Doctors and Health Professionals Program (Pilot Program)
[This is 10-month STEM program for minority and underserved 5th – 8th Graders designed to enhance participants’ mathematics, science, problem-solving and writing skills while exposing them to the field of health care. Participants are given the appropriate equipment and taught how to take blood pressure, temperature, pulse pressure, and pulse rate. These readings are used in group discussions in mathematics and science investigation to teach how the body is affected by food consumption, exercise habits, and disease. Students study the (prescribed and non-prescribed) medications that are used to control these numbers. Participants also engage in hands-on activities, group discussions, meet health professionals, tour health facilities and more! The intent is that students gain an understanding of how science and math are useful tools in life. Our aim is to motivate all participants and improve their achievement in these areas and increase the number of minority students entering and completing medical school.
White Coat Ceremony
Financial Literacy Program
This program is open to adults and students in grades 5 through 12. Our goal is that financial literacy become a part of life for each participant. The focus is on providing support and financial understanding to all participants so that they become informed consumers. Information and skills are shared that apply specifically to their lives. Concepts include explaining how income affects choices and spending decisions, how to create budget, the relationship between education levels and income, how to develop a spending plan, and illustrate how income affects decisions to purchase and spend. Our goal is to have students in grades 10-12 attend the course with a parent or guardian.