A graduate of Fisk University and The University of Phoenix, Mrs. Driver has been with Project Reflect since 2003, serving as an Administrative Assistant, Assistant to the Principal, Business Manager, Operations Director and Executive Director. Mrs. Driver believes, as Marian Wright Edelman said, “Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.” Mrs. Driver is married to Brandon Driver, Sr. and they are raising their two children, Brandon Jr. and Brooke. Mrs. Driver brings true compassion, a strong work ethic, and a heart for children to her service at Project Reflect, handling her multiple roles in education and administration with ease and excellence.
With over ten years working with children, Lekita Stevenson is a firm believer in God and has credited the church to be the foundation of her career. A graduate of Nashville State Community College and Trevecca Nazarene University, Mrs. Stevenson has served as an Administrative Assistant and Operations Manager for Project Reflect and Smithson Craighead Academy in addition to being the founder of a ministry called “D.O.V.E.S.,” (Daughters of Virtue, Excellence, and Spirituality). A mother, wife, First Lady, servant, and friend, Mrs. Stevenson brings a love for God and others to her service at Project Reflect.
Brianna McEntee| PREP Coordinator
Brianna McEntee was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After graduating with her Bachelors in Child Development and later Masters of Education from Whittier College in Whittier, California, she decided to move to Nashville for a new adventure. She enjoys being a 3rd grade teacher as well as her new role of PREP Program Director. Brianna is very close to her family and has made a great family of friends here in Nashville. She loves country music, is very much a people person, and became a first time aunt last year!! She lives by the mottos, “Go big or go home” and as Marilyn Monroe said, “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.”