Enrichment 4 Happiness & Harmony is a non-profit organization helping to shape the educational experience for students & parents

How we work?

Technology & Innovation

Partnering with Local Communities

We are working to build relationships with different organization to give homeschoolers and public schooled students access to newest technology. We want to provide parents, and students with programs and services to improve learning and decision-making.

Partnering with other organizations that bring about change is crucial. Collaboration allow us to pool our resources, expertise, and networks, amplifying our collective impact. By joining forces, we can tackle larger and more complex issues, increasing our chances of success. By working together, we can raise awareness, mobilize support, and create a united front for change. Through shared knowledge and resources, we can build long-lasting solutions that have a lasting impact on the communities we serve.

In today's fast-paced world, homeschooling has become an increasingly popular choice for families seeking alternative education options. However, one of the challenges that homeschool families often face is accessing information about available resources. Sharing information about these resources is crucial as it enables homeschool families to make informed decisions and provide their children with a well-rounded education. Disseminating information about resources can greatly enhance the homeschooling experience and allow families to tap into a wide range of tools and opportunities that can supplement their curriculum and cater to their children's individual needs. By actively sharing information, the homeschool community can create a supportive network where families can learn from each other and thrive in their educational journey.

At Enrichment 4 Happiness & Harmony Inc, the dynamic volunteer staff is comprised of a culturally diverse leadership team from multiple career fields and educational backgrounds. The team is very passionate about addressing social issues that have a negative effect on society by dedicating their time and energy to be part of the solution. We affect change by bringing together solutions, expertise, funding sources and collaborative partnerships.

To make a lasting impact, we know that we must actively engage and include the homeschool community in decision making about what is desired. We are continually assessing needs in a forever evolving and changing climate.


Nikki believes all children should be afforded the same opportunities for education which improves the community as a whole, now and for generations to come. Prior to founding E4HH she discovered her passion for educating when she was hired as a Customer Service Representative at Cablevision. During her tenure there, she climbed the ladder to Corporate Instructor where she oversaw 47 remote locations and a regional call center and received several awards. Nikki has facilitated and developed workshops for all levels of employees, from entry level to VP's

After Cablevision Nikki served the community as a Police Officer at Rutgers University where she sat on a panel to improve community policing. She retired from the workforce to relocate and dedicate herself to her family, homeschooling and holistic studies.

Nikki graduated with honors, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Pychology and minor Early Education. She went on to pursue higher education and obtained a Masters of Adult Education & Leadership from Troy University. In addition she holds professional certifications in coaching, training & development, instructional design & facilitation.

Nikki is dedicated to education equity, and continues to advocate for a world where every child has a chance to thrive academically and achieve their fullest potential.


Board Treasurer

President/Executive Director

Meet The Board

Board Member

Elena believes collaborative work is a fundamental key to the enrichment of the community. As the Co-founder of E4HH, a mother, educator and advocate, she generates meaningful encounters and significant educational opportunities between students, parents, educators, local entities and specialist. Elena is passionate about homeschooling, conscious parenting, holistic living, bilingualism, education and children literature.

Elena holds an Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Theater with a concentration in Education. Elena has successfully developed and implemented several bilingual programs for children. She is currently in the process of writing her first bi-lingual children's book.

Elena has developed her strengths with over 20 years of experience in serving the community as an educator in the United States and Colombia. Her passion and extensive background in education and development has prepared her to make a significant impact within the homeschool community.


Barry is an active homeschool educator and LP District Manager who graduated from John Jay University with a Bachelors in Security Management and holds numerous certifications.

Barry advocates holistic practices, mentorship, physical fitness, and overall wellbeing. Barry's dedication to serving the community was acknowledged in 2022 when he received a Humanitarian Award from the City of South Fulton.

He strongly believes in supporting and employing veterans, and he is passionately committed to constructing resilient communities for future generations. Barry considers it a great honor to have the opportunity to serve others during his lifetime.


Social Media Specialist/Board Secretary

Adon, serves E4HH as our secretary and social media specialist. Having been homeschooled and graduating early, he possesses a thirst for knowledge and a love for exploring the world.

Despite working full time, Adon actively hones his entrepreneurship skills, displaying his tireless drive and determination. His independent nature shines through in his ability to efficiently and effectively tackle any task at hand.

Beyond his professional endeavors, his dedication to volunteering is truly commendable, highlighting his compassion and selflessness.


Vice President of Operations

Talita is a native of Brazil. Today she serves with the United Nations, whose mission is to maintain international peace and security. Talita plays an integral role in the UN Women Division that promotes gender equality and equality of women.

As Operations Director, Talita is responsible for overseeing operating procedures across E4HH Talita has over a decade of experience with development of financial plans and ensuring operational compliance. She has several certifications and a plethora of knowledge in administrative operations, procurement, ethics, social progress and human rights.

Talita believes education starts at home and is excited to be a part of developing the community.


Operations Director

Meet Our Staff

Jenelle is a wife, mother, and practitioner-turned-educator. She is a strong advocate for educating the whole person. Jenelle received her Bachelors in Computer Information Systems and a Masters in Computer Science. Jenelle's background includes 2 decades of experience as a Practitioner in Industry and as an Adjunct Professor in Academia. She has been having a blast in Home Educating her own children since 2009.

Jenelle is passionate about serving families and the community. She is passionate about exposing underrepresented K-12 youth to enriching education and making education opportunities accessible for all learners.

Charlene is a dedicated individual who wears multiple hats in her life. During the day, she takes on the role of a homeschooling mother and caregiver, providing a nurturing and safe environment for the children she looks after. Her experience and patience make her a trusted companion for both the kids and their parents.

In the evenings and on weekends, Charlene transforms into a loving pastor's wife, supporting her husband's spiritual journey and being a source of strength for their congregation. With her kind-hearted nature, she lends a listening ear, offers guidance, and spreads love and compassion within the community.

She is constantly seeking new ways to inspire curiosity and foster a love for learning for all children. Her diverse roles reflect her passion for helping others and making a positive impact in their lives. Charlene’s dedication and tireless efforts make her an invaluable asset to E4HH.



Community Outreach Director

Shardae is an experienced educator and homeschool advocate who believes that strong families are the foundation to successful communities. With a background in gymnastics and after school education, Shardae has dedicated over 20 years to making the sport accessible to students in underserved communities.

Her creative approach has allowed her to train hundreds of teachers on her instructional methods, earning her respect in the field. Shardae's hard work and dedication were recognized by former Olympian Gabrielle Douglas on the television series "Undercover Boss," and she has also been acknowledged by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) for her support of women and girls in sport.

Nowadays, Shardae enjoys spending time with her family, reading, hiking, traveling, and most importantly, home education.

Grant Writer

Tiffany Blassingame is the Founder and Head of School at The Ferguson School in Decatur, GA. Throughout her work as an educator, she has developed curriculum and programming, provided instructional coaching and professional development for school principals and their teachers, served as an academic dean and education activist, and taught primary grades. When her son was younger, Tiffany began searching for the right learning environment for him. She found schools that were either strong in character principles, strong in academics, or strong in identity development. However, she couldn’t find a school that offered all three areas and offered them well. Years later, she decided to create the space that she searched for when her son was younger--an intellectually, emotionally, and physically safe space for children.

Tiffany is a graduate of Columbia College with a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree from Clemson University in Education Administration. She holds endorsements in both reading and gifted education. Tiffany supports racial diversity, inclusion, and equity in both the public and independent school sectors. She has presented at local, national, and world conferences on various topics for equitable identification and support for talented learners. She also volunteers as an educational consultant for non-profit organizations offering academic opportunities to students in rural communities. When she is not at The Ferguson School, Tiffany is spending time with her teenage son, Josh who is a high school student and entrepreneur.

Micro School Outreach & Support Director


Dr. Lana Teko

Music/Orchestra Outreach Director

Dr. Lana's is very active in the community. Her musical journey started when she joined the school orchestra as a sixth-grader. Fascinated by the enchanting sounds of the violin, she decided to pick up the instrument and explore its melodic potential. Dr. Lana's early exposure to music in the school orchestra ignited her passion for music, laying the foundation for a remarkable musical career.

Her passion for education and music resonates in her teaching methods, creating a nurturing and inspiring environment for her students to thrive. With her expertise and unwavering support, Doctor Lana empowers her students to reach their full potential and pursue their dreams with confidence


Demond serves E4HH as our IT Director. His passion for technology began with a pilot coding program initiated in grade school. Demond holds a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Mathematics. He has over 3 decades of experience in management, training, hardware and software development.

Demond is the founder of Arch Industries of Technology LLC. He firmly believes that it takes a village to build a strong community. The growth of technology comes with the responsibility of developing knowledge. That knowledge will be the upward trajectory of the next generation.

As Demond keeps us up to date, he will continue to advocate for the community to have access to the most current technology.

Information Technology Director & Facilitator




Darlene is a recent graduate from Clayton State University, where she graduated with her Bachelors in Business Administration. Darlene was taught the importance of education from a very young age, and how it can open many doors. She is driven by her passion for equality in education and community development.

Darlene believes one of the greatest collective investments we can make as a community, is to invest into the future of children. Darlene hopes to accomplish great things during her internship with E4HH and looks forward to creating a strong bond with everyone she crosses paths with.


“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.”

– Mark Van Doren