What Is Integrity Mentors?

Integrity Mentors

learn about our leadership, life lessons and philosophy

Integrity Mentors is a 501(c)3 non-profit mentoring program that performs charitable, educational, civic and philanthropic activities to support at-risk youth in low- and moderate-income households. Integrity Mentors provides and administers a program that offers personalized support for academic learning, spiritual growth and constructive development for middle school and high school aged students. The main goal of Integrity Mentors is to help build self-esteem, confidence and self-respect through programs based on biblical principles.
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Creating Leaders

It is important that youth understand their value and develop healthy images of themselves. This will help them to have positive relationships and become leaders among their peers and in their communities. Integrity Mentors equips youth with the ability to deal with difficult challenges, decisions that endanger their integrity, and obstacles that threaten their future.

Our Philosophy

Integrity Mentors is more than just a ‘program’. We’re a faith-based platform that holistically develops today’s youth, while giving parents an outlet to become the leaders their children need.

Executive Team & Board

Lawrence Marshall

Lawrence Marshall

Founder and Executive Director

Antonio Holloway, Integrity Mentors

Antonio Holloway

Assistant Director

Janine Mixon, Integrity Mentors

Janine Johns

Marketing and Brand Management

Marvin Duckett - Integrity Mentor

Marvin Duckett

Program Director


Nikki Marshall



Officially started mentoring a group of five boys who were previously involved in a mentoring program that eventually closed its doors.


Partnered with Urban Young Life which helped to formalize program structure.


Officially named the program Integrity Mentors and received its 501 (c)3 non-profit status from the Small Business Clinic at SMU.


Ramped up activity planning to incorporate advanced group excursions and community service projects.


Hosted our first Mother’s vs. Son’s bowling competition.


Began partnership with Vizient, Inc. to help promote iM's efforts in the community.


Established a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board. Invited by Vizient, Inc. to participate in their annual Community Day event.


Completed development of the new website which enabled visibility on smartphones and tablets.



Partnered with Noggin Educational Coaching, led by David & Doneda Bailey. Noggin is an educational tutoring program that provides services to youth to help them be successful students.

Due to the Vizient partnership, the iM video was enhanced to include reenactments of key events that occurred in the life of Lawrence M., Founder & Executive Director.

First time participating in the North Texas Giving Day event.

Invited by the City of Irving to participate in the Canal Fest providing concessions during the event.


iM was officially made a Partner In Education (P.I.E.) with the Student Reassignment Center (SRC) in Irving, Texas. The ceremony included Irivng ISD Board Members, and many of the teachers and staff at the SRC.


Kicked-off the iM Girls Mentoring Program targeting young women between the ages 12 to 18 years old.

Established a new partnership with Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital which resulted in additional meeting space.

The iM Executive Director left corporate America to run Integrity Mentors on a full-time basis.

Contacted by COSA Investments, LTD. and are currently receiving sponsorship to help expand programming.

Began promoting the new iM LIFE Lessons budgeting activity which was created by Nikki Marshall.

The iM Board elected two new board members; Janine M. – Program Director of Girls Mentoring and Marvin D. – Director of Social Media.