Management, Key Staff Members and Advocates
Project Child Support's Management Team and Advocates
possess the backgrounds and motivation to
provide custodial with the legal services and
resources they need to collect child
support, when they have a child support order,
but still owed arrears.
Kai D. Patterson: CEO, President and
Founder of Project Child Support and Bounty
received his B.S. in Mathematics with minors in Aerospace and
Computer Science from
Hampton University. He is responsible for
Missing Children and
Mr. Patterson was raised by a single parent
mother, who never received child support but struggled
to ensure he would be a success. Mr. Patterson
developed the service model of Project Child Support
with the assistance of several attorneys.
Attorney Alexandra Stremler, Esq.:
Attorney Advocate and Advisor
Alexandra B. Stremler, Esq.
in an Attorney Advocate and Consultant for Project
Child Support, who provides legal analysis services
for custodial parents for the
Collection Program and
noncustodial parents for the Amnesty Program.
Mrs. Stremler received her Juris Doctor at
University of Florida Law School,
has practiced Family Law for more than 20 years, and has
assisted in the development of the Project Child Support's services.
Antoinette Dismukes is a Child
Support Advocate for Project Child Support, who assists
in subscribing to Project Child Support's
Filing Program and
Ms. Dismukes is a single
custodial parent who is collecting over $50,000 in child
support arrears. She
provides guidance to custodial parents
trying to collect child support, and noncustodial
parents who are paying their arrears.
C. Hutchinson: Director, Talk Show Producer and Advocate
Mark C. Hutchinson received his Bachelors of Science in Speech from the
Emerson College, has logged more than 2000 days and has over
10,000 hours in pre-production and production, in studio
and on location.
Mr. Hutchinson previously
served as a
Worst That Can happen,
The Best Man,
The Dinner Party,
and Law and Order: Special Victim’s Unit.
Project Child Support Will Not Take Any
Portion Of A Parent’s Child Support As Payment