Board of Directors
Angela Lewis-Morrison is one of the founding parents of Talent All-Stars, Inc. where she serves as the President.
She was raised in San Francisco, California. She became a member of Talent All-Stars through her daughter Eulalia who danced with the group for 10 years. Angela has worked for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for more than 33 years. Currently she serves as a Branch Chief for the department.
She is also the President for the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., San Francisco Section, Vice-President for Zacharias Services and a member of the Board of Directors for the Buchanan YMCA. Angela has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Her career has allowed her to specialize in government policy and nonprofit administration. She is a community volunteer and advocate for the arts and young people. She attends First AME Zion Church where she serves in the Christian Education Department helping with developing programs for Young People. She is married with two children.
Ms. Holt is one of the founding parents of Talent All-Stars, Inc. and is currently the Treasurer for the Board of Directors. She has a strong connection to Talent All-Stars since her daughter, Jada, was one of the original dancers of Talent All-Stars, Inc. and graduated out of the program.
Although Jada is now a Junior at Johnson C. Smith University, Stacey continues to be vested in Talent All-Stars, Inc. never ever thinking about retiring or walking away. Stacey is a native New Yorker but has called San Francisco her home since 1991. She refers to herself as an east coast transplant. She works for California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. She worked the front lines in the Emergency room when Covid-19 first hit the Bay Area.
She is the proud mother of two beautiful daughters, Camille (31) and Jada (20) whom she raised in the Western Addition. Stacey will continue to work and build Talent All-Stars for as long as she can. She has no plans of slowing down. “There is so much work to be done with our community. Young people are our greatest resource and it is our responsibility to nurture ,support, inspire and develop their talents”.
Board Financial Secretary
Kia Wallace is currently the Financial Secretary for the Board of Directors. Kia Wallace is a native of San Francisco! She has over 20 years’ experience in providing community-based social services to children, youth and their families.
Her passion is mentoring youth ages 14-24. Prior to joining the City of Oakland, she worked for Westside Community Services, as a program manager for their children, youth and families programs.
Kia has a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and a Master’s in Public Administration, from San Francisco State University. Her most recent accomplishment is becoming a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
She enjoys bargain shopping, dancing, the sounds of a good playlist and spending time with her family. Her favorite quote is “You’ve always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself” (The Wizard of Oz).