Veronica Guobadia received her Master of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Public Services Management from Cumberland University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University. Mrs. Guobadia has been married for 25+ years and has three children. Mrs. Guobadia is the Co-Founder and CEO of Care4All Children Services, and Care4All Community Care. She has over 21 years of experience working in social services with Adults and Children.
Smart Guobadia is the CFO and co-founder of Care4All Children Services and Care4All Community Care. Educated in Nigeria, he is well traveled and successful in several business ventures. He is currently the Vice President of Simcol Petroleum and other business interests. With over 23 years of Social Work Experience and 18 years of agency ownership, a keen mind and focus in business management, Smart is fully committed to the cause of providing services to the less capable among us.
Courtney Galloway is the HR Executive Assistant for Care4All Children Services and Care4All Community Care. She received her MBA in Health Services from Keller Graduate School of Management. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia College & State University. She has been married for over 12 years. She has 11 years of experience working with Adults and Children.
Dr. Seneta Hardy received a BS degree in Biology from Tennessee State University and a Doctor of Medicine degree from Meharry Medical College, both in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed Pediatric residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington, DC and has over 20 years of experience in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
She started her career in 2003 as an attending physician in a private practice of 12 doctors in Dothan, Alabama. She was one of two African American Pediatricians in the city of Dothan and served as the lead physician for the Synagis clinic which focused on vaccination of premature babies to prevent complications related to RSV infection. The location of the clinic afforded her the ability to provide comprehensive medical care for children from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
In 2005, Dr. Hardy relocated to Atlanta, Georgia where she began work at a federally funded health center. In this position, she served as the lead attending physician of a satellite clinic with a largely Hispanic population and quickly learned of different challenges that uniquely affected this community. She later transitioned to the Georgia Department of Disability Services as a medical consultant, where she is an expert in determining entitlement of disability benefits for children. She was recently appointed as Chief Medical Director of the COVID clinic at Care4All Community Care. During the presidential election of 2020, she served as a medical volunteer to ensure safety guidelines were properly followed during the Georgia vote recount to minimize spread of the virus during this process. As COVID vaccines became available in the United States, once again, she stepped forward as a volunteer to vaccinate the elderly, a vulnerable population during the pandemic. Dr. Hardy has a personal goal to increase vaccination in communities of color, a population that has been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.