A nonprofit organization, arising from the police brutality death of Burrell Ramsey, focusing on change to provide better opportunities to Boston communities.
Get To Know The Team
Get to know us, the people behind the scenes. Find out more about us individually from our backgrounds, to our interests and accomplishments. Understand why we Live4BO.
Founder & Executive Director
Focusing on my interests, I graduated from Bunker Hill Community College with an Associates of Science in Business Management followed by a Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management from Bay State College. Initially my goal was to establish my own event planning company, Ramsey Events, with a venue.
Communications & Marketing Director
Ant Thomas, Boston native, is son of former bank manager Sharon Howell, and fellow artist Anthony "Ace" Thomas, Sr. Ant Thomas has been an artist his entire life, but has only released a limited amount of material. Ant Thomas comes from a very diverse background, he is the oldest of 8 children.
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Programs & Outreach Director
Born and raised in Boston, MA, I graduated from Concord Carlisle High School to continue onto RCC and Fisher College to Major in English. I have always been invested in my community. As a teen, I worked for Youth Opportunity Boston (YOB) where I trained and employed the youth of Roxbury and Dorchester.
Operations & Development Director
I was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I attended West Roxbury High School where my education was my top priority. I always envisioned myself working in the courts in some capacity because the disservice taking place in my community was affecting me.
Darryl Jenkins is a Boston, MA native; the son of Darryl Jenkins Sr., a United states Postal Service supervisor, and L. Renee Jenkins, a paralegal in Grayson, GA. Darryl graduated from Melrose High School in 2006, as part of the METCO program. After graduation he attended Fisher College before finishing his associates in business administration at Bunker Hill Community College.
"Play the hand your dealt, but chose who you sit at the table with."