ATLANTA – St. Petersburg native Ayesha Doyle was recognized by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter with an Unsung Heroine Award for Philanthropy throughout the community.
Doyle, the daughter of Willie and Tonya Kittles Doyle, moved to Atlanta and earned a bachelor’s of arts degree from Clark Atlanta University and a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from Troy University. She has over 18 years of human resource experience across a broad spectrum of industries in both the public and private sectors.
With a heart for service, Doyle loves volunteering throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan area. She is a trustee with the Atlanta Chapter of The Awesome Foundation, which provides monthly grants to groups, individuals and small non-profit organizations that support the sciences, arts, education and civic engagement.
Doyle is a volunteer reading mentor with Everybody Wins! Atlanta and is on the Atlanta Advisory Board for WINGS for Kids, an afterschool program that assists low-income students experience high quality and effective social and emotional learning.
She is a member and serves as a provisional advisor of the Junior League of Atlanta, volunteers with the United Way of Greater Atlanta, is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and recently started a group known as the “Queens with Heart,” which is an avenue to empower women to change the world by being bold thinkers through philanthropy, leadership, beauty, health, finances, sisterhood, travel, fashion and fun.
The most humbling volunteer experience was her 2005 church mission trip to Nairobi, Kenya. We salute the success of one of St. Pete’s own. Congratulations from The Weekly Challenger!