"Dedicated to Excellence and Ready to Serve"

Triple5teens culture of caring, service, and excellence begins with its management team. Each brings the experience, professionalism, and drive to fulfill the Triple5teens mission.

Ms. Dianne Brown


Serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Triple5teens since 2016, Ms. Brown is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young people in her community. Through her extensive background in child care services within the United Air Force, where she worked as a Licensed Family Home Daycare Provider in different states for over 25 years, Dianne brings a unique perspective to interpersonal communication. She has received formal training in Child Abuse Awareness and Conflict Resolution, adding to her ability to effectively connect with others. Currently, Ms. Brown holds positions as a Title I -Instructional Assistant III at Clark County School District (CCSD) and as an S.A.F.E. Guest Service employee at The Home of Raiders NFL at Allegiant Stadium.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development from American Public University System (APUS) and an Associate of Arts in Science degree in Elementary Education from Mary Holmes Junior College. Additionally, she holds a certification as a Master Certified Internet Webmaster Designer.

At Investment Group Partners (IGP), Ms. Brown serves as the Chief Operating Officer and is entrusted with the management of the company’s day-to-day administrative and operational activities. She plays a vital role in inspiring our teams to unleash their potential by demonstrating strong leadership qualities. Additionally, she supports the establishment and adherence to core values and the pursuit of long-term goals.

By having both a dual leadership role and a diverse background, Ms. Brown is able to forge connections with a range of communities.

Mr. Stan Chan


Mr. Chan graduated from California State University of East Bay (Formerly CSU Hayward) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. While attending college he also taught workshops of 35-180 students on general computer usage, email and internet searches.

He has also provided talks at the College of San Mateo on Career and Working, in the Pharmaceuticals Industry with emphasis on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). An Industry he has worked in for over 12 years in the Information Technology Sector. He has lived in Las Vegas for over 10 years and loves to give back to the community especially to teens because they are the future leaders of America.


Ms. Destinee Billups

Teen Program Director

 Ms. Billups attends Legacy High School and is involved in several activities such as Volunteer Key Club Program and volunteering at school sporting events. Ardent about helping others she has also participated in community service events such as; Pet Smart that finds homes for orphan animals, Red Cross Blood Drives helping ensure donors’ paperwork was completed, and UNICEF fundraisers.

She is active in the Student Council Association where she shares concerns, ideas and interests with her fellow students, helps raise funds for school activities, community projects and helping people in need.

As the Teen Program Director she helps oversee the teens during community service and helps with team building  activities, to help the youth develop initiative and leadership.


Ms. Taylor Brown

Teen Assistance Director

Ms. Brown graduated from Canyon Spring Jr. High School.  She is currently works for Alaska Airlines and G-Star RAW Denim. She maintained mentored new team members on system operation, customer service strategies and sales goals, also gives customers satisfaction while handling product returns quickly and professionally. Ms. Brown is ardent about helping others, and she has also participated in community service at senior living community such as; building a flower garden in the court yard.  


She have been with triple5teens over 3 years, Volunteer to help grass root marketing campaign design to build foot traffic for LVBNM expos, Infinity Salon LLC and Triple5teens for special events in marketing industry used as one of myself components to achieve also effective promotional campaigns.


Ms. Brown’s ideas and interests with other teenager, helps raise awareness to feed and clothe teens that has need.  Assisted in creation and implementation of mission’s strategy for youth to get involved in local missions


As a Triple5Teen Assistant Director she helps oversee the teens during community service and helps with team building activities, to help the youth develop initiative and leadership, and a mother of a beautiful daughter name Sa’Tori.

Board Advisor

Each BOARD ADVISORS has a role in one of Triple5teens working board committees aligning with their professional expertise, enabling leadership to focus on key areas such as Solutions to conflict resolution such as Bullying, Access to career opportunities, Financial literacy, and Employment resource services through our program and by actively collaborating with community partners.

Dr. Kelcey Anderson West

Advisory Council

Pastor, philanthropist, and playwright, Rev. Kelcey Anderson West was born on February 12, 1971, in Pontiac, Michigan.

A 1996 graduate of UNLV (after being expelled in 1991); Pastor West has been speaking and performing before large audiences since the age of 8.  In 1992, he created 32nd Street Theater (inside the library of Community College of Southern Nevada), a non-profit theater company. His theatrical credits as a self-taught playwright and director include “Two Sided Coins”, “A Gift Called Tomorrow”, “Quiet Time To Play”, and “If This World Were Mine – A Theatrical Tribute to the Music of Marvin Gaye.”

In 1993, he developed the now annual “Unity Through Knowledge” HBCU Tour and College Preparatory Program, which has helped more than 1,400 high school students tour and explore the academic opportunities available at historically black colleges and universities. Ironically, it was during the 1998 HBCU Tour (Montgomery, Alabama) when he accepted his call into the ministry and during the 2004 HBCU Tour (Atlanta, GA) when he accepted his assignment to plant Nehemiah Ministries Christian Church in 2005.

As a community leader, Pastor West serves as the Moderator for the Pride of the West District Association, Vice President for the NV/CA Interstate Missionary Baptist Church Convention, Vice President for the Churches of Southern Las Vegas, and a newly elected member of Nevada’s Department of Education’s Family Engagement Board. His professional experience includes serving as a Marketing Manager for such companies as Ultra zone, Coca-Cola and United Blood Services.

Although he has earned several awards, his greatest honor is serving as a devoted husband to Carmen and a proud father to Christopher, Kyle, and Cameron.

Dr. Rochelle Hooks

Educator Advisor

Dr. Rochelle Hooks has been an educator and storyteller for close to 40 years. She has taught classes and shared her stories from Early Childhood Special Education to Graduate Level Teacher Education courses.  She is currently a Professor of Education at the College of Southern Nevada and the Director of the Nevada Storytelling Guild based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dr. Hooks’ love for stories came from her mother.  She has honed her storytelling skills by telling Multicultural Tales, Literary Tales, Personal Tales, and Famous Narratives to people of all ages. She tells her stories at workshops, schools, and community events. She also enjoys teaching the craft of storytelling to teachers, families, and other professionals.

Dr. Hooks loves sharing the power of storytelling and uses it as a vehicle to teach, entertain, and heal.

Elder Mary George

Certified Counselor Consultant

Elder Mary George is a Las Vegas Native attending kindergarten through College. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, a Master’s Degree in Divinity Christian Counseling, she’s a Licensed Missionary/Evangelist.

Ms. George have several certifications in Addiction Counseling and is a member of The American Association of Christian Counselors. In 2003 she was Ordained as a Reverend/Elder by the late Bishop Ernestine C Reems of Oakland CA and Bishop Darell Hines of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Elder Mary  George is the Founder of 2 Womens Christian Based Inner Healing Groups; helping women to overcome their past and present issues in order to walk in Victory daily. She has been a prayer partner on three Healing Explosion Teams lead by the late Charles and Frances Hunter (The Happy Hunters).

A member of The Prayer Warriors 4-Life Ministry lead by Dr Connie McGrew of Safe Passage COGIC, Antioch CA. Elder Mary is presently the Senior Business Development Director of Investment Group Partners(IGP) and is also serving as the Chaplain on the Executive Board for The Philadelphia Project (TPP)

She is the mother one daughter, Keely, and one Son Jebron, and Six beautiful grandchildren, Brelynn, Jaden, Caii, London, Jet, and Bristol. One Bonus daughter, Donna Janine and her daughter Candace and granddaughter Amiyah. But out of all of the above titles and accomplishments; her main message to all is: “JESUS WILL ALWAYS BE THE CENTER OF MY JOY”

Mr. Tony Brown

Operational Project Manager

Mr. Tony Brown is an experienced candidate with over 10 years of experience in Engineering.  He has an excellent reputation in problem solving and improving customer’s satisfaction skills. Since 2017, Tony has been employed as a personal assistant to Tommy Armor III in Las Vegas, Nevada.  He displayed absolute discretion at handling confidential information.  He utilized personal and professional networks to identify, acquire, and manage new clients.

Performed house-sitting duties and also kept detailed records of household and maintenance inventory and schedules.  He provided multifaceted services to career professionals by running errands, managing mail, scheduling appointments, and arranging transportation. He also informed vendors and contractors of client project requirements in order to foster client satisfaction.  Mr. Brown was previously employed as Chief Engineer at the Manhattan/Panorama Towers/Metropolis in Las Vegas, NV.

He established procedures for corrective and preventive maintenance while working closely with vendors and internal sourcing to establish relationships, fostering new opportunities, solutions and cost savings. He reviewed and complied with local building codes and zone regulations, diagnosed and resolved machine operation variations, and equipment problems.

He was previously the CEO of Awesome Lawn Care in Augusta, Kansas.  He managed day-to-day business operations, consulted with customers to assess needs and propose optimal solutions. He trimmed greenery, shrub, and hedges to maintain uniform appearance, and utilized lawn striping methods for healthy grass growing and appearance. Also assisted with irrigation system maintenance and repair.  Tony and Jessica his wife,  have 3 awesome children Quinton, Darion and Dallas aka “Da’ Da”

Mrs. Tangela Turner

Supportive Project Manager

A SPM integrate with people in such a way that their projects deliver exceptional results. Mrs. Turner believes in motivation and delegation and never let their team spirits dip. Supportive project manager is a good listener, but also great at providing sound advice. She believes in uninterrupted communication, smooth team collaboration and is a master in the art of uplifting the morale of her team members despite failures. She shares a strong bond with her team members based on trust resulting in team members return the favor by delivering exceptional performances.

Ms. LaTonya NeCora Brown

Marketing Liaison Strategy

Ms. LaTonya NeCora Brown is a professional Hair Stylist, CEO of Infinity Salon in Las Vegas Nevada. She is also a traveling hair Stylist. Her main duties includes all faces of customer hair care which includes  cutting , styling, washing, coloring, and recommending and selling salon products in order to keep the customer  updated on constantly changing new hair styling trends. She helps oversee The Patric Bradley Inc. Booth Camp, station in Houston Texas.  She help delegate  responsibilities to individual hairstylists; and she also trains with the key hair stylist to learn all hair designs prior to all photo shooting.

Ms. Brown is an active liaison and serves in the community as a board advisor for Triple5teens since 2016. She coordinates and participates in community events and activities, Why also maintaining a comprehensive marketing calendar as a marketing specialist, Ms. Brown performs market research on behalf of her clients and develops a plan to create brand awareness to achieve a specific goal.

As a Triple5teens marketing specialist the fundamental skills performed by Ms. Brown include developing marketing materials through her social media platform.  She is a mother of two wonderful children Ty’ Shon and Taylor Sa’mone, and two granddaughters.