1512 Florida Avenue  Lynchburg, VA  24501  434-845-0433


Sterling A. Wilder, Executive Director

Sterling A. Wilder was selected as Jubilee’s Executive Director in 1998. He serves as a mentor and role model to Jubilee's students and parents. He received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Virginia State University, a Master in Education from Lynchburg College, and completed additional study at Harvard University's School of Business, the University of Virginia’s Management Development Program at Darden School of Business, and Morehouse College's Leadership Center. He is widely recognized as an outstanding citizen and mentor to underprivileged youth and families and manages substantial volunteer, in-kind, and financial resources on behalf of Jubilee. In 2012, Mr. Wilder was featured in Lynchburg College Magazine's Alumni News section for his accomplishments and for being featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) in recognition of his selection as an "Every Day Hero" by Dollar General. The Dollar General "Every Day Hero" campaign focuses on people who have changed the lives of others by going to great lengths to better their community. In 2016, Mr. Wilder was elected to Lynchburg City Counsel.

Antonio M. Davis, Sr., Program Director

Antonio M. Davis, Sr. is a graduate of Liberty University and holds an M.A. in Human Services. He received his B.F.A. in Design from Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia and did Doctoral work in Forensic Mental Health at Walden University.  He holds memberships in the ACA, Gamma Omega Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, is a past member of the Social Services Advisory Board for the City of Lynchburg and a former CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer.  He was previously affiliated with Blue Ridge Counseling Group, LLC as a Domestic Violence Group Facilitator; Centra Health Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; and the Madeline Center as a Day Treatment Counselor, Mental Health Support Counselor, Intensive In- Home Counselor and Site Coordinator and received the Day Treatment Counselor of the year in 2012.

Fannie Crider, Administrative Assistant
Ms. Fannie E. Crider, rightly considered the Center’s senior citizen, serves as administrative assistant. She considers this a refreshing change since retiring from Central Virginia Training Center after twenty-three years of service. E-mail.


Board of Directors

David Royer, President
Brad Malcolm, Vice President
Dennis Ingersoll, Treasurer
Karen Simonton, Secretary

Bob Bailey             

Mary Barney           

Troy Burnett       

H. Cary                  

Tom Capps

William Cook            

Emily Davidson

Ed Dellinger       

Marie Gee                

Hyun Jordan

Ceasor Johnson       

Jay Jones                    

Rhonda Knight                        

Dr. Muriel Mickles

Phyllistine Mosley      

Dick Park               

Holly Perrow        

Dr. Tracy Richardson      

Quincy Scott       

Jonathan Thomas     

Tom Webb               

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