Administrative Staff

President & Chief Executive Officer

 
Phillip Bryant
 
Phillip Bryant brings more than 20 years of non-profit experience to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Georgia. Prior to joining the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Georgia, Phillip served as the Southeast Regional Director of Development & Field Operations with the American Kidney Fund in Atlanta, Georgia.  In addition, Phillip has also held several leadership positions with the YMCA, including CEO, District Vice President and Executive Director, and with the Boy Scouts of America as District Director and Resident Camp Director.
 
Phillip’s educational background includes undergraduate coursework at Florida State University and Georgia Southwestern State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Education.
 
In his spare time, Phillip enjoys spending time with family, fishing, golfing and traveling.   

 

Business Manager & Executive Assistant

Jacquelyn Webb-Simmons
 
Jacquelyn brings more than 17 years of professional business 
management and administrative experience to Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia, Jacquelyn served as Property Manager for Fairlead Commercial Real Estate in Atlanta, Georgia where she 
managed a downtown portfolio. 
 
Jacquelyn's educational background includes course work in business 
management and computer technology at Middle Georgia State
University and Central Georgia Technical College. 

Vice President of Operations & Program Services

Kristine Steinmann
 
Kristine Steinmann is a bilingual executive, fluent in English and Spanish with more than 13 years of non-profit experience and leadership. Prior to joining the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia, Kristine served as the Senior Business Process Analyst with the City of Atlanta Department of Parks & Recreation in Atlanta, Georgia. Kristine has held several leadership positions with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta including Site Director, Executive Director and Grants Administrator. In addition, Kristine previously worked as the Grants Specialist and After school tutor/teacher with the Gear Up South Dade Empowerment Zone at Florida International University in Miami, FL.
 
Kristine’s educational background includes some graduate work at Kennesaw State University and undergraduate work at Florida International University where she earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees and a Professional Certificate.
 
In her spare time, Kristine enjoys spending time with family, binge watching foreign shows and movies, and working out.

 

Grants & Outcomes Coordinator

Lea Toney
 
 
Lea Toney is a bilingual professional, fluent in English and Creole. Lea brings more than 11 years of professional administrative and non-profit experience. Prior to joining The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia, Lea served as the Project Coordinator for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she managed a database, evaluated, and placed students in respective residency and internship career field positions. 
 
Lea’s educational background includes undergraduate work at South University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
 
In Lea’s spare time she enjoys shopping, spending time with family, and exercising.
 

Finance Director

Esther Suarez
 
Esther Suarez is an Independent Certified Public Accountant with 20 years of experience in not-for-profit accounting. 
Ms. Suarez has served the Middle Georgia community in the accounting and tax fields for 25 years.  She has provided accounting and financial services to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Georgia for 10 years.  
 
Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Macon State College and a Masters Degree in Accounting from Georgia College and State University. In addition, Ms. Suarez is a member in good standing with the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants.  
 

In every community, many boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and 
companionship in the streets. An increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision, especially in the after school hours between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Young people need postive alternatives.
 
At the Boys & Girls Club, young people explore and develop their talents.  Boys and girls aged 6-18, who might otherwise be on the streets, are engaged in life-enhancing programs that are proven to help them grow into responsible, productive adults.
Boys & Girls Clubs offer that and more. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. The average member at B&GCCG spends 10 hours a week in life-enhancing program.