Georgia Penn Alliance is a 501c3 organization.

Our Mission: To help disabled individuals by providing advocacy, life skills, respite and workforce programs.
We strive to help these inviduals live a full and complete life.

Glenda Johnson


CEO/President of Georgia Penn Alliance,Inc. has been has been a 501(c)3 nonprofit since 2002. Ms.Glenda Johnson, received her Bachelor Degree from The University of Maryland in Psychology. Additionally, she received a Master's Degree in Psychology from Sojourner Douglas Truth College where she graduated with honors.

Ismaayl Azziz

Consultant/Director of Outreach Services

(443) 518-6979

Mr. Ismaaiyl Azziz is Consultant & Director for Georgia Penn Alliance, Inc. He started the Georgia Penn Alliance, Inc. Family and Friends Group. This venture enables families to come together to attend Advocacy Dinners, outings to The National Aquarium, B&O Rail road, etc. and to expose kids, teens, adults and veterans to the humanities.

Mr. Ismaaiyl Azziz graduated with honors; Summa Cum Laude Salutation receiving his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with A minor in Business Management from Cheney University of Pennsylvania. Cheney University is the oldest Truesical Moor Nubian Indigenous American University in The United States of America. He is a member of The National Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, former employee of the Goddard Spaceflight Center, IBM, Southeast Hospital and General Manager for 7 years at Things Graphics and Fine Art. At the time it was the largest distributor of Moor Nubian Art in The World.

Mr. Ismaaiyl Azziz began with Georgia Penn Alliance as volunteer collecting donations. He understood the donations go toward creating opportunities for all people with mental and physical disabilities as a way to earn monies in the form of weekly stipends. Since then, has raised over 100,000 dollars for the organization and likewise began teaching others how too collect donations.

Mr. Ismaaiyl Azziz, with the guidance of Ms. Glenda Johnson, was successful in creating Advocacy Packets, the origin of the Family and Friends Group. We now have forty families in our GPA Family and Friends Group. Additionally, Mr. Ismaaiyl Azziz established ties with Giant Food and Safeway. Along with Ms. Glenda Johnsons help, he established ties with The Howard County Library Systems, Dunkin Donuts and Panera Bread in supporting our cause by raising monies to help those with mental and physical disabilities. Our vision became one in providing Advocacy, the GPA Family and Friends Group and the Total Health Care and Wellness and Homecare to all people with mental and physical disabilities. As well we began treating and hiring individuals as volunteers with mental and physical disabilities to earn a weekly stipend.

Our vision together is to build a center of Total Health Care and Wellness in The Baltimore Washington Metropolitan area eventually going nationally with The Georgia Penn Alliance, Inc. mission and vision.