Meet the talented and caring staff of The Flagship Clubhouse!
Mentor Program Coordinator
A Boston native, KJ grew up heavily involved in community-based programming. From “No Books No Ball” at the YMCA to the teen center of the Yawkey Boys & Girls Club, the power of service, community, and mentorship were instilled from an early age.
Joining the Clubhouse team in 2019, KJ oversees the recruitment and retainment of the community of mentors at The Flagship Clubhouse.
KJ holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Manager @ The Flagship Clubhouse
Kahmal started out as a member of the original Clubhouse at Boston’s Computer Museum, which inspired him to eventually become a Mentor and share what he had learned with others. He also cites the Clubhouse Network as one of his founding inspirations to attend a 4-year college.
Kahmal received an A.A. from Bunker Hill Community College in Graphic Design and a B.A. in Animation from Massachusetts College of Art & Design.
Clubhouse-to-Career Pathways Coordinator
Before joining The Clubhouse Network, Solomon held biomedical and clinical research positions at Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and most recently, Massachusetts General Hospital. Solomon also served as the Lowell High School Site Director for “Let’s Get Ready” – the nation’s largest network of student-run college access programs – providing SAT support for low-income students of color. Throughout his academic and professional career, Solomon has rooted himself in political advocacy work – advocating for women’s reproductive rights, racial inclusion in collegiate settings, and equal educational opportunities in communities of color, among others. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Solomon graduated from Brandeis University in 2018 with a double-major in African and African-American Studies and Health Science/Policy.