Board of Directors
Only 18 years of age, Destiny is no stranger to leadership. Destiny has spearheaded many leadership roles during her years of high school. A member of Warren Central's 2019 graduating class, Destiny was one of two voted 'Most Likely to Become President.' She was also a well-known Student Council officer, as well as an overall leader of her graduating class. Now in college, Destiny is a Political Science major who ultimately aspires to one day become President of the United States. Destiny has been a leader of the organization for nearly two years, but a victim of gun violence all of her life. In her early childhood years, Destiny endured a huge loss of her older brother to gun violence. In memorization of him, Destiny has dedicated a huge commitment to herself and her community on stepping up and taking action.
Tammy Warren, the mother of Brandon Warren, is a dedicated member of the organization. Tammy is often praised by her son, the Founder/CEO of We LIVE, as the glue behind the entire organization. Brandon eludes that without the commitment, dedication, and effort of his mother then We LIVE would not be in existence. Brandon has entrusted his mother with a huge workload of responsibilities for the organization, one being the overseer of all funds. As a 15 year financial analyst at Defense Finance and Accounting Services, Tammy is no stranger to finances. Tammy is a true advocate for gun violence prevention, as well as a proud mother of her son for taking action against it.
Ali Brown is a small business owner and nonprofit executive. From her activist work with organizations such as Freedom Indiana, to her efforts connecting people with new careers as a workforce development nonprofit executive, Ali has dedicated her life to empowering people and lifting up her community. As a neighborhood advocate in Indianapolis, Ali has been a leading voice in fighting for equality in our state.
Ali has been married to her husband, Zach, for more than three years and in January their son, Dylan, celebrated his second birthday. Time and time again, she has proven her ability to lead our community to a better future. Now, Ali is ready to stand tall for Indy.
Dustin Ecker, a 4th grade educator, has been involved with We LIVE since 2018 when he began a chapter at Grassy Creek Elementary School, the organization's first-ever elementary chapter. Dustin is no stranger to involvement as he is very passionate about working with youth. As the recipient of the 2018 Warren Township Impact Award, Dustin's impact has been felt throughout his entire community. He believes his strongest impact is by inspiring young people to make a change in their communities, become leaders, and help to end gun violence everywhere. As a current elementary teacher at Grassy Creek, Dustin continues his work of advocacy, gun violence prevention, and ultimately inspiring young people.
Christian Omoruyi is a graduate from Columbus East High School in Columbus, Indiana. He currently attends American University and major in International Relations. As a foreign policy intern at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. and a National Youth Delegate of the 2017 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment, he interacted with elected officials, executive branch officials, and dignitaries from around the world. After Parkland and Noblesville, he was compelled to engage in activism against gun violence, organizing a walkout at his high school and speaking at rallies against gun violence. Christian is excited to be a part of We LIVE and can be contacted on Instagram at @prezomoruyi.