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Our Story

Helping communities evolve, strive and thrive.

At Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company, we believe quality education is a human right, and the earlier historically under-served people are exposed and immersed in quality education and living opportunities, the better the entire world can operate.  We exist to disrupt the denial of equitable education to people who have been historically underserved by zip code of geography, gender, race/nationality/color/creed, socioeconomic status, age, and housing circumstance.

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company is the unifying voice for the community. In science phasis is defined as a manner, stage, or aspect of being; phase. Our mission is to help transform lives through the various aspects, stages or phases people are currently in, and use education as a means or catalyst to help them elevate to a new phase - arriving at a better quality of life. Disrupting areas of inequity is necessary in order to make that a reality long-term.







Our Model & Philosophy

Placemaking Equitable Solutions in Public Spaces





As both an overarching idea and a hands-on approach for improving a neighborhood, city, or region, placemaking inspires people to collectively reimagine and reinvent public spaces as the heart of every community.

Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company has a commitment to strengthening the connection between people and the places they share, while driving child well-being and dismantling barriers of access for eduation and health. For us, placemaking refers to a collaborative process by which we can shape our public realm in order to maximize shared value and transform lives.

More than just promoting better urban design, placemaking facilitates creative patterns of use, paying particular attention to the physical, cultural, and social identities that define a place and support its ongoing evolution.

With community-based participation at its center, what we understand and promote is that an effective placemaking process capitalizes on a local community's assets, inspiration, and potential, and it results in the creation of quality public spaces that contribute to people's health, happiness, and well-being transforming it into a space where everyone can share its value.

Help us transform more everyday places into spaces of equity, inclusion and a better way of life.


Meet Our Founder/CEO

Josette Hutton Evans, the award-winning Founder and CEO of Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company, is a trailblazer for reaimaging how public spaces can be transformed into solutions that dismantle inequities in education and health.  The granddaughter of an elementary school teacher and daughter of an architect and computer engineer, she comes equipped with the tools necessary to build solutions that transform students and communities. Josette is also a Certified Six Sigma Leader, having spent two decades in corporate tech where she developed a penchant for quality improvement and logistics.

Josette is passionate about child well-being and helping the adults in their lives identify resources that are attainable, affordable, and replicable at home. Seeing a need to refine the roadmap to equity and success, she founded Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company 18 years ago as a college student.

A proud wife and mom of three, Josette's inspiration are her children, the long line of educators in her family, and women leaders like Shirley Chisholm. She heeds the call to find solutions rather than sit on the sidelines of injustice. Josette believes everyone has the right to quality education and a safe community in which they can live, work and play. She envisions a world where people not only survive, but thrive.



Through strategic relationships, we envision a world where children are safe, have stable connections to their family and community, and grow up to be healthy, educated, and employable. Metamorphasis Powerhouse Company transforms communities by connecting people with resources to drive sustainable change in their family and beyond.



Turn everyday places into public learning classrooms to equip youth for pathways to success, support healthy family foundations, and help communities thrive where historically underserved citizens live, work, and play to close the gap of education equity.


Our 2020-2025 Goals

  • Increase our ability to transform everyday places and highways into public learning classrooms through a regional mobile classroom on wheels supporting schools, and communities zip code to zip code
  • Develop strong learners by age 5 ready to enter Kindergarten.
  • Create a virtual 'one-stop-shop' regional database for STEM and Grade Level Reading resources.
  • Connect our historically under-served students and parents with certified educators and strategic partners to increase the level of immersion of essential life skills, leadership skills, entrepreneurship, and STEM education.
  • Close the gap of access and inequality of education that exists across the nation through early intervention, strategic collaborative partnerships, and attainable, affordable resources.

Meet Our Advisory Board & Transformative Team


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Josette Hutton Evans
Georgia Department of Public Health
Janice Rainey Whitby LinkedIn
Janice Rainey-Whitby
Retired, General Electric; Assistant Superintendent Bibb County Public Schools
Aris Wright LinkedIn
Aris Wright
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Kiana Ayers
Advisory Board Chair
Doris Uwazuoke, Data & Analytics Team
Doris Uwaezouke
Advisory Board - Data & Analytics, Quality Improvement Council
World Financial Group
Ivy Chastain, Volunteer Coordinator
Ivy Chastain
Volunteer Coordinator 
Capital City Country Club
Jenae Carter King LinkedIn
Jenae Carter-King
Advisory Board - Quality Improvement Council
Carr Engineering
Pamela Mosley-Brown, Program Coordinator
Pamela Mosley-Brown
Advisory Board - Learning & Development
Brown & Mosley Consulting, LLC
Taylor Cooper, Marketing
Taylor Cooper
Advisory Board- Marketing Coordinator
The Home Depot
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Ashley Miller
Advisory Board - Youth Programs & Outreach
Wealthy Habits
Patrica Rogers Benton
Patricia Benton
Advisory Board - Adult Programs & Outreach
Retired, AT&T
Dr. Stephanie Hawthorne-Epps, Health Equity
Dr. Stephanie Epps
Advisory Board - Health & Wellness
RN, Navicent Health Assistant Professor, Middle Georgia College & University Founder, Indigo Soul Yoga
Angiah Davis, Literacy Lead
Angiah Davis
Advisory Board - College & Career Readiness
Gordon State College
Varna Kesani
Varna Kesani
Nonprofit Management Intern
Master of Health Administration Candidate Milken Institute School of Public Health The George Washington University
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Eitan Lewittes
Advisory Board - STEM
Northwestern University
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Arman Khan
Advisory Board - STEM
Mathematics Department The University of Virginia