About our Founder
In 2013 she founded A Day At A Time Foundation (ADAAT) a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization after seeing the impact that she and her volunteers were having on the community by way of volunteering and feeding the homeless and missionary work in her parents native country Port Au Prince Haiti. She currently partners with other Non-Profits who share her love for change. When she is not teaching and taking the stage, she is running her foundation and her video production company. Lunic’s ability of overcoming her own struggles with drug addiction, homelessness, domestic violence is what inspires her in making a difference. Waking up every morning and remaining optimistic, that her efforts will help change lives is her greatest motivation. Being an entrepreneur has afforded her the ability to live the life she always wanted, freedom to come and go and she pleases and creating platforms that inspire, educate, and motivate others around the world.
Lunic is a Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She was born and raised in New Jersey.
Mr. Glen T. Pinder Principal
Visionary Educator with wide rage of experience in both private and traditional school settings both here in the U.S. And abroad raging from Kindergarten to 12th grade.13 years of educational leadership in Primarily in Urban Centers including Harlem, Newark and Currently in Brooklyn. Proven track record in school turnaround.
|Ms. Jennifer Baptiste BSN, RN
Dedicated Registered Nurse with 10 years of specialty experience in Telemetry/Cardiac Care nursing. A professional history of providing compassionate clinical care with a personal commitment to community volunteer work and advocacy for health promotion and wellness.
|Ms. Joy Jackson Educator
Joy Jackson is a dance and performing arts instructor, having taught a wide range, from toddlers to Adults. She is a highly qualified certified teacher s, created a K-12 dance appreciation curriculum, and created and taught free dance workshops for nonprofit organizations servicing young girls outside of the country including Haiti and Costa Rica. Her performance experience includes dance companies in NJ, NY, and LA (CA). She had choreographed for entertainment companies as well as Theater production companies.
|Mr. Ulysses Lee Attorney At Law
Ulysses Lee is an attorney currently serving as General Counsel for a mid sized health care company. He has been practicing for over 20 years, primarily in healthcare, privacy and insurance. Ulysses has been involved in numerous not for profit an charitable organizations, including serving as a tutor for high school students and a mentor.
|Mrs. Leilah Robinson Educator
Leilah Robinson is a Dance Educator currently serving in Newark Public Schools at Barringer Academy of the Arts and Humanities. As of September this will be her third year at BAAH where she was hired to start and create a dance program for the academy. Before her presence at BAAH she spent several years teaching technique in various dance studios in the New Jersey and New York area to children from K5 to 12th grade. She spent 3 years performing stage work with independant dance companies in New Brunswick, NJ and White Plains, New York. She finds purpose in teaching students not to strive for perfecting the steps of someone else, but to find their own.