About Us


Mary Rodwell - CEO

Mary served on the Oleweus Bully Prevention Program at a Elkhardt -Thompson for two years as an advocate for parents and students. The training she received allowed her to promote anti-bullying awareness and strategies. Mary enjoys sharing her personal experiences with bullying to enrich, empower and educate others to find proper solutions that will bring forth unity. Mary continues to be a public figure in her community as well as a dynamic motivational speaker and writer. She's determined to use her gifts to help others move past their pain to purpose. 

 Mary is also known for her best selling book "THE GIRL WHO LIVED BEHIND THE FENCE", 1 of 6 finalist for the 2016 NAACP Image Hometown Champion Award for her hometown and RPS 2015-2016 Elkhardt Thompson Middle School Title 1 Outstanding Parent.

 Mary has three published books which is available on paperback, e-book and Kindle with major book retailers. Her latest book project titled "LOVE IS NOT BLACK OR WHITE" will be released sometime in 2017. Since the establishment, Mary has been seen on WWBT Channel 12 News, WRIC Channel 8 News and heard on 105.7 Kiss FM radio station with Community Clovia.  


Your Boy Gee

George is the son of Mary Rodwell and the late George Sr. He's been an active participant in the Richmond Police Academy Summer Camp for 3 years, the anti-bullying & leadership movement for Elkhardt Thompson Middle School for two years and now spend his time as a mentee on part of the CBC "Concern Black Men Organization. 

At the age of two George lost his father due to violence. He was also a victim of bullying for several years in his community and Middle School. Today, he uses his time to speak to children and teens about his story,  bullying, motivation, sharing laughter and being the Master of Ceremonies for events. Your Boy Gee has a gifted eye when it comes to providing technology assistance, videography, caption and Instagram assistance.
In 2017, Your Boy Gee will debut his first ball "LIGHT UP THE CITY YOUTH BALL" in December. Proceeds will be raised from the Give A Kid A Holiday Cheer Outreach.