ABOUT US

Positively Impacting the Lives of Children, Youth, Adults, and Families within the Community

 

Our history

Narrow Path Outreach Incorporated was established in the heart of our Founder, Queshonda Kudaisi, in 2012. She envisioned a community center where youth of all ages could come and engage in a community of learning through play, academics, and outreach with the goal of supporting them to achieve their highest potential. After years of community service and program development at various community centers, churches, group homes, juvenile detention centers, and community outreaches Queshonda and her husband, Oluwaseun Kudaisi officially incorporated Narrow Path Outreach as a state and federal (501c3) non-profit organization in the year of 2020. 

Our mission

Our mission is to make life-long positive impacts in the lives of children, youth, adults, and families through activities, programs, and partnerships that develop mind, body, and spirit. We plan to achieve our mission through charity, discipleship, counseling, education, and mentorship.

Our vision

Our vision is to see people who participate in our organization achieve their highest potential. 

Our values

  • Faith: Our faith compels us to love our community and make a lasting positive impact.

  • Respect: We treat all people with dignity and respect

  • Diversity: We value the diversity of people, communities, and cultures. 

  • Excellence: We strive for excellence in all endeavors.

  • Integrity: We will carry out all our work with the greatest responsibility and accountability.

  • Service: We will be of benefit to the public and our stakeholders.

  • Learning: We challenge each other to strive for excellence and to continually learn.

our founders

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Dr. Queshonda Kudaisi, Executive Director

Founder

Queshonda Kudaisi was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio in Winton Terrace. In her freshman year of college, she gave her life to Christ which shifted her life in new direction, and better direction. She graduated from Southeastern University with a B.S. in Practical Theology and a minor in Evangelism. She also graduated with a Master's Degree in Teaching Middle Grades Mathematics from the 

University of South Florida. Queshonda has served in many different outreaches including juvenile detention centers, juvenile group homes, neighborhood outreaches, mission trips within America, tutoring, racial reconciliation work, children and youth ministry, and mentorship. She currently serves in her local church as a committed member. Queshonda has served as a mathematics educator for the past six years in Polk County. Where she has served in various leadership capacities. She also was the sponsor for chess club and sister circle, a girl's empowerment group focused on encouraging young ladies to realize and actualize their potential.  For the past two years she served as an Instructional Mathematics High School Coach. Queshonda is currently working on her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with concentration in Mathematics Education and Leadership.

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                          Oluwaseun Kudaisi, President

                          Co Founder

                           Oluwaseun was born in Nigeria and came to the United States in 2010 to continue his higher education                               at Lee University in Cleveland TN. He transferred to Southeastern University and graduated with a B.S. in                               Biology and a minor in business. He is currently pursuing an MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneur                                   Leadership. He became a Christian at the age of 16 and has been serving in ministry ever since. He has served as a Sunday school teacher, youth secretary, and usher. For the past seven years, he has served as the Youth Coordinator and Sunday School Teacher at his local church in Lakeland Florida. He has also taught science in both public and private Christian school.  His motto is "if I can help someone as I pass along then my living shall not be in vain."