Bonner Office of Community Service (BOCS)
W. Monty Whitney, Ph.D.
Monty Whitney has been the Director, Bonner Office of Community Service at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA since August, 2008. Previously he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Morehouse College. His courses are noted for their community service learning requirements and serve as a model for other courses at the College. He earned his Ph.D. degree from Michigan State University. His area of training and expertise is in Ecological Psychology, which is the study of the impact of culture and environment on individuals, groups and organizations. He has co-authored several books on African-American Issues in Mental Health. He is the former Executive Director for Human Relations for the City of Cincinnati and the former National President of the Association of Black Psychologist.
Kevin D. Chapman, Jr. MEd.
Kevin D. Chapman, Jr. serves as the Program Manager of the Bonner Office of Community Service and has 11 years of higher education experience and program management. In addition to being a combat veteran, he is a 2006 graduate of Morehouse College and an alumnus of the Adams Scholar Program of the Emma & Joe Adams Public Service Institute. Mr. Chapman is no stranger to community service and activism, earning recognition and several awards from local newspapers, DeKalb County Commissioners, DeKalb County CEO and U.S. Congressman.
Program Manager - MCCRI (Morehouse College Community Revitalization Initiative)
Ms. Gwen Cain received her B.A. from Fisk University and her M.A. from Boston College. She has been with Morehouse College since 1999, when she was hired as a Grant Writer/Technical Information Specialist. Prior to Ms. Cain’s employment at Morehouse, she served as a consultant to the Office of Sponsored Programs. She has been involved in various aspects of community work for most of her career, and has managed several community-based programs.
Hyacinth (Femi) Jenkins
Mrs. Jenkins became a part of the Bonner Office of Community Service staff in April of 2000. She has lived and worked as a long-time member of the Atlanta community through her many years of service and active involvement in her church. Ms. Jenkins is a graduate of Watterson College of Business in Louisville, Kentucky, her hometown. She brings to Morehouse administrative experience that includes working at one of OCS’s long-standing community partners, John Harland Boys & Girls Club.