The Narrative Changers.

The people closest to the problems are closest to the solutions. We build up the men in our communities so that we can establish the leadership that’s been missing. Putting our men in position to be mentors (“narrative changers”) with access to resources and opportunities empowers them. With this empowerment we can be the backbone of the community. In our mentoring program we build strong connections with youth by genuinely caring about them and giving them better options in life.

We have several programs to help youth develop in the areas of life skills, character building, workforce development & emotional wellness i.e. One to one mentors, Extended day program, Jobs program and we also refer individuals for Mental Health services.


Our Programs.


Common Questions.

Contact Nia Rainey at [email protected] to express interest in the program. Fill out the form that will be emailed to you.

No, we mentor girls as well. We now have female narrative changers that will work with groups of girls.

We refer youth and adults to G.R.O.W. Community Care for mental health services.



Ahkeem Freeman is currently 27 years old and has been mentored by Diwee since he was 14 years old. He has worked for several of Diwee’s companies such as Oval Marketing and Oval staffing as well as Oval Cleaning Co.

Ahkeem Freeman

Jeffrey Rice is a part of The G.R.O,W. Program and has been mentored by Diwee Sewell for over 15 years. He has worked for several of Diwee’s companies i.e.

Jeffrey Rice

Tre’von McYintire was kicked out of his house by his mother because of his negative behaviors. Due to his circumstances, Tre’ stopped going to school and found a network of support in a gang.

Tre’von McYintire


Diwee Sewell Director.

Please use the above phone numbers, email, or use the below form to contact us.