Shemeka Frazier Sorrells is a co-founder of the organization— A Better Glynn which was founded on the wake of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. A Better Glynn is a nonprofit that exists to identify, educate and equip individuals to be equity-driven decision-makers through civic engagement, policy advocacy and leadership development.
Shemeka holds a BS in psychology from Georgia Southern University and Masters degree in Counseling & Psychology from Troy University. Mrs. Sorrells is a licensed mental health clinician in the state of Georgia and has national credentials as a Project Management Professional (PMP) with 20 years of progressive experience in social services, nonprofit and government leadership.
Aside from her work in the community, Shemeka Frazier Sorrells is a Strategic Consultant within the Systems Improvement unit at Casey Family Programs where she provides leadership and oversight of field-building efforts through relationships with government, business, non profit, community and philanthropy partners to support long term safety and success of children and their families.
Shemeka Frazier Sorrells passions include community advocacy, well-being of youth, children & families and race equity. She resides in Brunswick, Georgia with her husband and daughter.