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Our Counselors

Our Life Coaches/Peer Counselors are Black men from the DC/Maryland/Virginia area.  These men are knowledgeable about the issues and concerns surrounding DC life and Black male identity.  Furthermore, they have access to a wide variety of community resources and as needed connect men in the MEN Count program with these resources.


Wayne Stroman 

Peer Counselor

Wayne has his master's degree in Counseling. He teaches anger management and is a substance abuse counselor. Wayne has been on the MEN Count project since 2013. He is interested in research on incarceration, recidivism, and substance abuse in adult Black males. Wayne enjoys dancing in his free time.


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Kelly Odoms 

Peer Counselor

Kelly started working with the MEN Count project in December 2016. He is a Psychology student at Penn State, and will be graduating in 2018. Kelly is interested in research on African American issues and mental illness. Kelly is also an artist and is interested in media, comics, illustration and fine art.  


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