Victory Train Founder and Facilitator
Theresa Kemp was born in Dallas, Texas and retired as Administrative Director of a major Dallas law firm, with a background in administration, human resources and law firm management. She currently serves on the Board of ATLAS Ministry and is an advisor to the Board of Directors for Greene County Habitat for Humanity. She previously served as it’s President and Board Chairman. Ms. Kemp is also involved with the local St. Vincent de Paul Society and is an active member of Christ Our King and Savior Catholic Church. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Human Development. She moved to Greene County, Georgia in 2002 and has devoted her life to helping families in the community rise to their full potential. Ms. Kemp founded the Victory Train™ in 2015 by facilitating it’s initiatives with local partner organizations. The program was introduced to Greene County families in 2016. In 2018, Victory Train™ University, a family school-ready initiative, was opened.
Ms. Kemp is married and has seven step-children and twenty-two grandchildren.
Victory Train Coordinator
Tyesha Dalton was born in Greene County, Georgia and graduated from Greene County High School in 2012. As a member of the Greensboro Dreamers program, she served as President of her class and received many awards and recognition for her achievements. She attended Georgia College and State University, graduating in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health. While in college, Ms. Dalton tutored and mentored young children, served as a member of the Georgia College Ambassador team and joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She was previously employed at Childcare Network in Milledgeville, Georgia, a Head Start program using Bright from the Start curriculum. She began employment with ATLAS Ministry in October 2017, where she joined the Parents as Teachers program as a parent educator. Ms. Dalton began working part-time with Victory Train in October 2017, becoming full-time in April 2018. She loves working with children and is passionate about seeing the future generation thrive.