Lakecia Fields, the Medicaid Services Manager, is married with four children (Brianna, Clifton, Austin, and Dakota). Lakecia has an innate desire to help anyone she can because she has seen first-hand how many people there are who just need someone to care about them. Lakecia is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Social Work.
Michelle Tullar, CEO, is married to David Tullar. Michelle and David have two children and one dog, Marley. They also have a daughter and granddaughter (Brittni and Kaelyn) they call their own, but who are really just close friends. Jessica is a travel nurse and their son Jordan, a newlywed, is married to Casey. David is a pharmacist at Polks at the Reservoir.
Yolanda Dixon, Chief Operating Officer, has two children, Twentis, II and Tierany. She came to ONE HOPE from the Department of Mental Health. She has a vast amount of experience in the realm of ID/DD population. She is originally from Cleveland, Ms.
ONE HOPE, LLC is a community-based service provider for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer individualized applications in order to maximize each and every person’s incomparable ability to accomplish their desire to learn and succeed in their community.
To be a cornerstone in the community while delivering person-centered care.
To improve health, well-being and overall lifestyle of the individuals we serve by ensuring highly effective, community-based support
The ONE HOPE, LLC leadership team has combined over 25 years of professional experience in working in the fields of ID/DD education and residential services. Leadership credentials include a M.Ed, Ed.S, PCIDDT, BSW, Autism Specialty; Applied Behavior Analysis trained; Teacher licensure with Mississippi Department of Education; Mandt Trainer, Customized Employment training, and Vocational Director, Extensive Graduate Course Work in Psychology and Counseling. All are CPR, and First Aid trained.
Our Location: ONE HOPE, LLC offices are located at 100 Castlewoods Blvd, Brandon, MS 39047... job coaches, staff, and community service assistants will be trained according to Mississippi Department of Mental Health guidelines.