Meet the Founder & Executive Director

Keisha Felton

After the loss of her mother, Carrie, an almost 15-year career in the airline industry, and the Covid-19 pandemic, Keisha was led to reimagine her life in a more meaningful, selfless way. A way that would honor the benevolent spirit of her mother’s legacy. A Legacy deserving of everlasting recognition – a Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Friend, Teammate, Wife, Mother, Teacher, Coach – always championing for those in need – spiritually, emotionally, or financially – being the traditional “Village”.

Taking that spirit of humanitarianism, the premise of Project E3 is simple – give disadvantaged and underrepresented students access to quality enrichment programs that are readily accessible to children from economically-stable, over-resourced populations.

If we remove the lack of access and resources for the deprived, what greatness could we spark? What dream could be realized? What basic want could be attained? It is Keisha’s hope that Project E3 will become a Nashville and Middle Tennessee staple in the community. Always championing for those in need – spiritually, emotionally, and financially – being the traditional “Village”.

The Board of Directors

Meet the dynamic team leading the Project E3 efforts to ensure every young person in Nashville has the future they deserve and desire.

Camile Ellison

Vice President

Jarmaine Betts


Felicia Warner


Our Staff

Danielle Lamke-Davis

Program Manager


Program Coordinator

Tyler Holt

Program Intern

Camile Ellison​

Vice President

Camille Ellison is currently the CEO of Ellie B. | A Real Estate Company

In her current position she is responsible for the overall strategy of the brokerage and collaborating with partners in the Acquisition, Development, Disposition of real estate. Camille received her B.A from the University of California Berkeley and MBA from the University of Oregon. Her passion is inspiring individuals, empowering business, and transforming communities through Real Estate. She knows when you are in the right space and place that can transform a community and take it from good to great.

Prior to this role she successfully worked 20 years at Fortune 100 companies in sales & marketing roles where she effectively managed cross functional teams to launch the development of multi-million-dollar products and integrated marketing campaigns. The success of her projects was due to developing data- driven strategies and using a cross-disciplinary approach to deliver the best results. Her strengths lie in exercising sound judgment and creativity to drive teams toward success. Leading with integrity and fostering accountability is what she is known to bring to any team/project to ensure she delivers value for all stakeholders on any project.

She is currently a CCIM candidate with a targeted date of designation slated for Fall 2023.

Felicia Warner


Felicia Warner is currently IT Project Manager for the City of Chicago

Felicia is an IT Project Manager at the City of Chicago for over 25 years. She has implemented new technology such as the Office of City Clerk Modernization – eVoting system, and Vendor and Volunteers Portal for Special Events to name a few.

Amongst other associations, Felicia has volunteered at Little of Company of Mary Hospital AKA OSF of Chicago in the Hospice area and Bridging the Gap Communal Living teaching technology to the youth. Her passion is inspiring, empowering, and helping individuals.

While she is thrilled with the strides that have been made with moving the City of Chicago in the 21st century, she recognizes that there is much work to do and, it is an honor to be part of this endeavor.