Mental Health Specialist
Dammeon is a compassionate social worker with over ten years of experience in various professional roles, serving diverse clients implementing both brief and long-term interventions. He has always had a genuine interest in supporting community members and stakeholders, and has developed community programs for several public agencies. In these programs, Dammeon assisted students with improving their behaviors, grades, and attitudes through positive engagement and dialogue that resulted in a greater understanding of their power and self-worth. In a robust effort to impact lives worldwide, he dedicated his time, talents, and skills to empower others through advocacy and health and wellness support. Dammeon has volunteered with four Big Brothers Big Sisters programs nationwide and helped raise his own brother and sisters. He provides a conducive setting to invigorate and support individuals and families to increase their well-being to live a more fulfilling life.
Dammeon graduated from Georgia State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Community Partnerships. He enrolled in an accelerated Master of Social Work program at Western Kentucky University, where he focused on serving rural communities and was awarded a full scholarship as a graduate research assistant. In October 2016, he re-enrolled in school to pursue his Doctor of Social Work at Capella University.