With extensive family roots in Wrightsville, Georgia, Reggie Joiner is committed to seeing a collective impact take place in Wrightsville and the surrounding towns of Johnson County. He spends his weekends in Johnson County meeting with groups of senior leaders, facilitating student leadership training, volunteering in local ministries, and participating in the planning of community events like Camp JoCo. Reggie is the founder of The reThink Group, a nonprofit organization providing resources and training to help churches maximize their influence on the spiritual growth of the next generation. He and his wife, Debbie, live in Cumming, Georgia, and have four grown children and two grandchildren.
Brooklyn brings years of experience in global advocacy to her role as Director of High School Exchange. She has a love for empowering students to serve, and a joy for writing and communicating to students and leaders. She helped create The Justice Movement—a place for youth to practice compassion together with their churches and families. Brooklyn and her husband Coy are the pastors of a startup church in Lakeland, Florida, and have two daughters.
Haley Morgan Smith is a speaker, writer and musician, who works day to day with community leaders to reach students. She started the community initiative, For Polk and has been working to facilitate the successful partnership of churches, schools and businesses around the county. Haley recently joined the staff of The reThink Group as the Director for Rural Strategy. She’s got a heart for small towns, an affinity for boiled peanuts, and a serious appreciation for Atlanta originals, including classic Coca Cola and Braves baseball.
Interested in starting or being part of a For Our Neighbors chapter? We’re so excited to hear that! Right now, we are not currently taking applications. However, toss us your email and when we begin taking applications, you will be notified!