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David Little

 

David Little has cultivated his passion and love for music since a young age.  He is a self-taught musician and director who has inspired many upcoming talent musicians and artists, such as Lillian Lloyd of the renowned choir, Ricky Dillard and New G and Latrice Smith, BET Sunday Best participant. He has been instrumental in developing other musicians to think outside of the box in their musical talents.  His primary focus is to reach out to individuals that society has rejected and changed their mindset from inadequacy to self-proficiency.  David Little has worked with choirs such as the Young Choraleers, Gospel Movement, and NuVision is the Middle Georgia area.  He also has experience playing with well-noted gospel artists Shirley Caesar, Dottie Peebles, and Fred Hammond.  His ultimate goal is to develop a performing arts entity that encompasses not only music but provides the tools necessary for lifelong accomplishments.

 

Teresa Little

 

Teresa Little, a native of Dublin, Georgia, is the wife of David Little. She also presently serves as co-founder of Rightouch Family Development. Mrs. Little graduated cum laude from the Fort Valley State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in Science and Social Studies. She is presently pursuing her Masters in Instructional Technology from Troy State University. Mrs. Little’s passion for youth and their advancement has allowed her to teach for the past 13 years in Bibb County School System. During her professional tenure, she has been awarded WMAZ My Teacher is Tops and Burdell Hunt 2013 – 2014 Teacher of the Year. She also serves as Grade Level Chair of her 5th team leading them to achieve the Gold Award from the Georgia State Superintendent’s office. Along with her husband, Mrs. Little was awarded the Wesleyan College Servant Leadership Award for her service to the Macon, Bibb County Community. Along with her husband, Mrs. Little oversees Destined for Greatness, a youth community choir comprised of youth and young adults ages 5 – 30. This ministry has traveled extensively throughout the southeastern region proclaiming of God’s love through song and dance. She also has developed an annual event, G.S.W.A.G (God’s Sovereign Will, Anointing, and Grace) that showcases youth in the Middle Georgia area in music, song, dance, and drama.

Mrs. Little’s motto is “Be the best YOU that YOU can be”!