Corporate Staff

Elizabeth Weatherby


Elizabeth Weatherby is known as the founder of Feed My Lambs, Inc., a sought-after Christian speaker, a faithful servant who holds Bible studies in homeless shelters, government housing homes, prisons and local businesses.  Her love for Jesus and for people are both exciting and contagious.

Kells Weatherby II


Kells Weatherby is the President of the non-profit organization Feed My Lambs, which provides tuition-free schools in impoverished areas. Currently, Feed My Lambs has 9 schools, consisting of approximately 1,600 children that is supported by 110 staff employees. The schools are located in and around the Atlanta, GA area; Piedras Negras and Nava, Mexico; and Liberia, Africa.

James Thomas

Chief Operational Officer

James A. Thomas III is the Executive Business Administrator and Human Resources manager at Feed My Lambs. He was born in Washington, DC and is the last of nine siblings.

Shannon Weatherby

Director of Education

Shannon Weatherby is the Director of Education for Feed My Lambs. She spent many years working inthe Feed My Lambs schools as a cook, assistant teacher and teacher while she was getting her Bachelor’s degree in Human Services. After graduation, she worked as the Assistant to the Director of Education, where she helped get the Feed My Lambs, City of Refuge, preschool up and running in 2008.

Alesia Hendon

Executive Business Administrator

Alesia has been a part of Feed My Lambs since 2004. She originally started out at our Woodstock location as a cook but after returning to school herself she was able to join the corporate team in Marietta where she has been the bookkeeper and office manager for the past several years. Alesia and her family reside in Woodstock.”

Maggie Bridges

Administrative Assistant & Events Coordinator

Maggie Bridges joined Feed My Lambs as Administrative and Events assistant in November 2013. She was born and raised in Cartersville, Georgia and attended Samford University from August 2008 – Decmeber 2009 when she moved to Kennesaw State University to be closer to her family.