A child from a troubled home, Gene used golf to focus on a future full of hope and happiness. A golf scholarship provided the financial means for him to earn a college degree. As he entered the business world, golf helped him connect with others and grow his business. Blessed by an early retirement, Gene is now giving back to the community through his charity, Square One for Youth. He is eager to influence in-need youth who will benefit from the vocational guidance and life lessons his program offers.
Senior Vice President and Director of Community Relations
Brandon is a former educator specializing in English writing and instruction. Square One for Youth is the best of both world's for him and he is excited to work with the youth of our community. Brandon also works very closely with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, the public schools of Gwinnett County, as well as local businesses to foster a sense of partnership when developing the youth of our community.
Several years ago, she and Gene Whobrey started Square One for Youth to help in-need youth in Gwinnett overcome their adversities and develop into successful, driven adults. Cathy’s background in education and passions for investing in the future of our students are invaluable to our organization.