About Us

A movement for males that provides enrichment activities, mentorship, educational support, career skills development, and social justice advocacy.

Our History

Social, Educational, and Career Support for All Young Men

In the wake of the loss of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Ahmahd Aubury, George Floyd, and countless Black and brown young men who have met their demise to violence, the founders of BMM were provoked to begin a movement that will work to disrupt the negative and traumatizing portrayal of Black men in America, who have been the victims of many social challenges, poverty, violence, and numerous identity crisis.

Brothers Making Moves was formed to create a movement that disrupts the dominant narrative and begin a new narrative of showcasing more positive images, messages, and stories of Black men and boys. This initiative began with a strong social media campaign that grew to various programs that the founders and supporters of BMM are devoted to. Although the movement began with a focus on Black men and boys, our services are not limited to serving Black men and boys.

BMM has grown to be a driving force for the social, educational, and career DEVELOPMENT support for youth from ALL backgrounds. BMM aims to be a disruptive force within global structures that continues to marginalize minoritized youth. To date, BMM has developed a SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, ENRICHEMENT PROGRAM, AND CAREER DEVELOMENT INITIATIVE for it’s participants. BMM have provided mentorship for dozens of males ranging from ages 12-24, and has been an important community resource for families and communities in need of various social services like mental health counseling, food insecurity, career and workforce development.








Make a Difference

Our Goals

The main objective of BMM is to be a movement that will be the vehicle to tell the story of  men and boys doing positive work. Furthermore, BMM is a movement that is dedicated to social justice work, mentoring, education, and career development for  males, and youth from marginalized backgrounds.

BMM’s goal is to foster a community of support around the students that are in the program, which will be a vital resource for them and their families. BMM’s goal is to produce world class and productive leaders in their immediate community and globally.

Team Members

Our Expert Team

Meet the passionate faces behind Brothers Making Moves – a dedicated team committed to driving change, fostering mentorship, and empowering young men on their journey towards a brighter future.

Dr. Bobby Gueh

CEO/Executive Director 
Dr. Bobby B. Gueh is clinical assistant professor and director at Georgia State University College of Counseling and Psychological Services Alpharetta Campus. He has been a school counselor for 19 years, and has worked at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Dr. Gueh has dedicated his professional and personal work to the mentoring and development of minoritized males within schools and the juvenile systems. Dr.  Gueh has also developed several programs for marginalized students including mentoring programs, and first generation programs. Dr G is passionate about serving his community, teaching students, and mentoring the next generation of leaders. Dr. G loves cooking, watching movies, watching sports, playing basketball, and traveling.

Sarah Streitmatter

Program Organizer
Sarah Streitmatter holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and Master of Education in School Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University, as well as an advanced certificate in College Advising from Columbia University. She has been a professional school counselor in both New York City and Atlanta, primarily working in high schools with special emphasis on college and career counseling. She is currently a PhD student in Counselor Education and Practice at Georgia State University. She is passionate about Youth Participatory Action Research, empowering student voices. In her free time, Sarah loves spending time with her husband, Colson, and her fur-baby, Palmer!

Leslie Adames 

Academic Developer (Math)
Leslie Adames graduated from Georgia College State University with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education and a master’s in library media and Instructional Technology and has been in education for over nine years. Her love for teaching began at the preschool level at Discovery Point. Leslie then began teaching fifth grade at Sycamore Elementary. Leslie is passionate about developing lifelong learners and leaders who make a positive difference in our communities.

Ojo Killikelly 

Student Support
Ojo Killikelly is an educator and an entrepreneur whose mission is to improve educational experiences and provide support in every aspect to young people, especially low-income minority students. Earning her B. A in Psychology at The City College of New York, She has a solid 11-year background in human resources, retail management, leadership, and project management on multimillion-dollar sales and projects. In 2016, she helped open the first flex-format Target store as a logistics leader, earning 22 million dollars in its first year, making her the district training leader in her region. In 2019, she earned her realtor license in Georgia and has closed over $6 million in sales. Ojo is a wife and mother of two handsome boys, and she is currently employed with the Dekalb County School District while earning her Master of Education degree in school counseling at Georgia State University. Her favorite hobbies are traveling, volunteering, riding rollercoasters with her loved ones, and dancing to karaoke.

Kiawata Melvin-Gueh

Director of Events/Fundraising 

Joy Crowe

Academic Developer  (Language Art)
Joy Crowe is a retired special educator with 40 years of experience. She is a Certified Master IEP Coach, Special Education Consultant, advocate, and tutor. Joy has held several leadership positions in the local school and is currently employed with The Georgia Department of Education. She enjoys “antiquing”, traveling, and spending time with her fur babies.

Shamika Battle-Packer

Parent Liaison 
Shamika Battle Packer is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Supervisor and Author who has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. She is the founder of Just Heal Counseling and has a passion for helping others create opportunities to begin their healing journey. She offers a mind-body-spirit integration into her work with others.

Drue Warner

Mentor Lead/Organizer
Drue has lived in Sugar Hill since 2004 with his wife, Laura. Drue was born in Belzoni, MS, grew up in Delray Beach, FL, and moved to Atlanta in 1993. Drue has been married to Laura for 20+ years. They have two children. Grace is a freshman at Berry College (Rome, GA) and Micah is an 8th grade student at Artios Academy (Sugar Hill, GA). Drue has been a mentor at Sugar Hill Elementary for 15+ years, gives leadership locally to AllProDad.org and DadsOnTap.com, volunteers with the afterschool Good News Club at Sugar Hill Elementary, and is the Pastor of GoodNewsChurchGA.com. Drue is a graduate of the University of Florida (B.A., Economics) and Metro Atlanta Seminary (M Div) and has been in full-time ministry for 25+ years.

Our Sponsors


We are so thankful to all our partners and supporters that have been instrumental in providing resources, time, and blessings that have been used to develop a village of support for our students and families. 

Our Legacy

In the News

Take a look at what others are saying about Brothers Making Moves and the impact that it is having on the community.

Professor Lights a Path for Young Men

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Originally Published Dec. 6, 2023

Professor Bobby Gueh wants to save the lives of young men. He wants to inspire them, to push them to pursue their dreams, help them see the greatness that lies within them. He’s dedicated his career to this mission, all because two people did the same for him when he was a child. While society told Gueh a negative story about who he was, Randy and Gerri Morrison told him a different story, one that changed the trajectory of his life.