Reggie graduated from Hughes High School (1993), and then received his B.S. degree in Finance in 1997 from Arkansas State University. After graduation, Reggie took a position with First Tennessee Bank as Senior Client Representative from 1998 until 2004. Since that time, Reggie has been greatly involved in outreach ministry, which is how he first learned about STREETS. Prior to coming on staff with STREETS, Reggie worked for Young Life for six years where he most recently served as an Area Director. In 2010, Reggie joined the STREETS staff because it gave him the opportunity to achieve his mission: to honor God, expand His Kingdom, and enhance this city.
In his free time, Reggie likes to spend time with his family, play tennis, and keep up with the Dallas Cowboys. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., was a recipient of the Dean Deyo award as a New Memphis Institute Fellow, and has a Certificate in Financial Planning from Christian Brothers University.
Reggie and his wife Kim have three beautiful girls: Sydney, Kendall, and Ella and are members of Fellowship Memphis Church.
Kelechi was born and raised in Atlanta, GA but is of Nigerian roots. He graduated from Stephenson High School in 2006 and went on to play collegiate football at Tennessee Tech University. Kelechi received his Bachelors degree in Exercise Science in 2011. Immediately after graduating from college, Kelechi moved to Memphis to join his wife, Brittany, who was already in the city going through the Memphis Teaching Residency (MTR). After a brief summer job, Kelechi was hired at STREETS in August of 2011 as Middle School Outreach Coordinator. In February of 2014, Kelechi became the Site Director at our Graham Heights location.
For fun, Kelechi is a huge foodie and loves to venture out to new restaurants and try different types of food. He also loves spending time with his family, playing basketball, and beating everyone in spades! He is a passionate sports fan and loves rooting on his Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Falcons. Additionally, Kelechi is very involved in fitness and is a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer.
Kelechi and Brittany are proud parents of Chioma and Naomi and are members of Downtown Church.
Megan Klein draws on her background in public relations and development to tell engaging and powerful stories that move people to action. A journalism graduate from the University of Missouri, and no stranger to the Non-profit world, she has rallied support for organizations including the Arthritis Foundation, Community Foundation, The Memphis Farmers Market, Dorothy Day House, The Boys & Girls Club, and now Streets Ministries.
She joins STREETS as the Chief Development and Communications Officer with 5 years of development and a decade of PR experience. Her passion is helping kids achieve their God-given potential and her specialty is finding creative, innovative and insightful ways for individuals, companies and organizations to support Memphis youth.
Megan and Corey are proud downtowners, attend Downtown Church and the biggest fans of their kids Cooper and Riley.
Noelle grew up in Memphis and graduated from Hutchison in 2003. She attended Ole Miss where she graduated with a banking and finance degree. Upon graduation, Noelle spent five years in commercial banking in Memphis. She left banking to become the Business Office Director for STREETS in May of 2012. Combining her business background with ministry is her dream job and she feels so incredibly blessed to work at STREETS.
Noelle is happily married to her husband Gene, and the two of them attend Independent Presbyterian Church. Noelle loves her sweet son Hank, karaoke, her birthday, and the Olympics.