@ Boys2Men Home for Youth
N. Jean Hudley is the Founder and Executive Director of Boys2Men Home & Sanctuary for Youth, Inc., established in 2004 to target at-risk adolescent youth. She currently serves on a number of committees to include the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Task Force Member, as Advisor on Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s Prisoner Re-entry Justice Reform Committee, and the Atlanta Community Impact Program (ACIP) with the Department of Corrections. Jean acquired her skills while working as a Clerk in Fulton County’s Superior Court, as a Program Director for Good Shepherd Therapeutic Center, an Advocate for Child Abuse victims (CASA) for Fulton County Juvenile Court, as Commissioner for Peachtree City’s Commission on Children and Youth and as a Volunteer for the Rape Crisis Center at Grady Memorial Hospital. Jean collaborates regularly with local and national organizations focused the at-risk community to include Angela’s House, Oasis Counseling Center and the Institute for Family Centered Services. Jean is a native New Yorker, who began her career in the Bronx, N.Y., when she received an Associates degree in Court Reporting from Interboro Institute, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from St Leo University, and a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration from Troy State University. Jean is a vibrant and passionate public speaker who understands the requirements for youth reform in the Criminal Justice System.