Nadine Byrd is a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) from Montgomery Alabama, lived in Atlanta, Georgia for the past 30 years. Ms. Byrd has extensive training in servicing the community, she have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Community and International Economic Development from Beulah Heights University, in Atlanta, GA.
For the past 20 years Ms. Byrd has done extraordinary work in the community such as, preparing inmates for reentry into society, by teaching computer classes at Metro Transitional Center for women.
Ms. Byrd has facilitated workshops utilizing Fulton County Health Department Tobacco Education Curriculum for youth and adults on the dangers of tobacco usage. Trained youth and adults on the danger of having unprotected sex and substance abuse education. She trained youth on how to be advocates in their community. At this time Ms. Byrd is a certified Family Violence Facilitator (FVIP), Anger Management (CAMS-II) coach, Grief Specialist (CGS), Shoplifting Intervention and Parenting classes.