The Doris Jean Carmichael Baynes Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to providing awareness to professionals in the fields of education and healthcare.
We don't focus solely on financials, such as assessing administrative or fundraising costs. Instead, we conduct in-depth research to determine how much good a given program accomplishes (in terms of lives saved, lives improved, etc.) per dollar spent.
Dr. Pamela C. Pitts has been in the field of education for over 27 years. She received her Bachelor's Degree from Saint Augustine's University, her Master’s Degree from East Carolina University, and her Doctorate Degree from Nova South Eastern University. She currently serves as a high school principal at Morrow High School in Clayton County Georgia, is the lead high school principal, has been awarded principal of the year, and has been recognized and awarded by the State of Georgia House of Representatives for Outstanding Leadership.
Prior to being the principal of Morrow High School, she was an elementary teacher for five years, an assistant principal in the middle school for two years, assistant principal in the high school for 11 years and an adjunct professor at Doane University in Nebraska. She is a passionate advocate for the education of all children and adults and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Edward Carmichael is a native of Marion County, South Carolina. He proudly served in the United States Air Force for 20 years before retiring in 1998. He currently lives in Marion County, South Carolina. He values education, enjoys spending time with his family, and loves making people laugh.
Yvonne Carmichael Lee is a native of Marion County, South Carolina. Yvonne worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for 45 years before retiring. Yvonne is passionate about healthcare and helping others. She enjoys serving her community, being active in church, and loves to cross stitch and sew.