Treva Williams, Lead Organizer Treva Williams is the Lead Organizer of The Charleston Area Justice Ministry. Over 4 years ago, she moved with her husband and two children all the way from Kansas to answer God’s call upon her life to do justice. Previously she worked for nine years as a Youth Director at First Presbyterian Church in Fort Scott, Kansas. Being a preacher’s kid, Treva feels right at home working closely with people of faith and finds a deep satisfaction in being part of a diverse organization. Treva and her family live in North Charleston where her husband works at a used bookstore and her children are a part of the Charleston County School District.
Est Mungai, Associate Organizer Est Mungai has been an associate organizer with CAJM since June 2015. She has lived in many places from Kenya, to Atlanta, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa, and Washington, D.C. before coming to Charleston. She double majored in Politics and Sociology at Loras College in Dubuque, IA and followed a passion to better understand policy making by moving to Washington D.C. as a Public Ally Fellow. She believes "Home is where your heart is" so considers all those places home because of family- especially her amazing parents David & Lucy who've been married 25 years and her younger (but unfairly taller) 16 year old sister Tabitha. Her love for justice is why she now calls Charleston home - but her first love is basketball. A die-hard NBA fan, her favorite team is the Los Angeles Lakers and she is still mourning the retirement of Kobe Bryant. She tries to spend as much of her (very limited) free time playing tennis and sleeping.
Brandon Chapman, Associate Organizer Brandon Chapman was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. He graduated from Palmetto Christian Academy in 2011. Brandon is very passionate about martial arts, and has trained students ages 3-18 in American Karate and Tae Kwon Do for over 8 years. Brandon graduated cum laude with double majors in Political Science and African American Studies. While at the College of Charleston, he completed research that focused on voting behaviors of African Americans in South Carolina. He also presented research that looked at the similarities and differences of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter Movement, particularly, he focused on the role of the church in both movements. He is committed to organizing in the community that shaped and molded who he is today.
Amy Horwitz, Administrative Assistant Amy obtained a BA in anthropology and a PhD in audiology from Syracuse University. She has lived in Charleston for over 20 years, working as an audiologist and volunteering with community groups including CAJM since its inception. With life-long interests in fairness and compassion, Amy is grateful to support CAJM’s critical work building relationships and finding solutions that inspire and strengthen our community.

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