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Ronald James Jr.

Ronald James Jr.

Ronald is a native of Mobile, AL and a 12-year resident of Montgomery, AL. Ronald is multifaceted in his organizing approach, and he believes that there are many avenues to connecting and building communities. He serves proudly as an Associate Pastor and is a member of 100 Black Men. Ronald has organized across the city...

Marcus January

Marcus January

Marcus January is an award-winning freelance cinematographer and filmmaker based in Birmingham, AL. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, Marcus has garnered recognition for his artistic vision and technical prowess, earning him accolades in the world of narrative filmmaking. Through his dynamic approach and innovative techniques, he has brought numerous...

Nyaesia Campbell

Nyaesia Campbell

Nyaesia Campbell leads a team of development experts in support of the Consortium. Nyaesia is a dynamic entrepreneur and visionary leader. As the founder and CEO of Innov8tive Strategies LLC., she is revolutionizing the consulting industry by providing innovative, progressive strategies and technical assistance for capacity building to vulnerable communities, non-profits, and small businesses. Through...

Que Chandler

Que Chandler

Que Chandler brings her unwavering dedication and extensive community advocacy experience as a community champion to the rich historical legacy of the Black Belt Region. Hailing from West Alabama, Que is often recognized for her leadership and community involvement. Que has a track record that demonstrates her ability to mobilize resources for the benefit of...

Jacob Caffey

Jacob Caffey

Jacob Caffey works as a Research Fellow for the Consortium. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and a 2021 graduate of Tuskegee University. Prior to joining the Consortium, Jacob worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Auburn University, teaching Public Speaking to college freshmen. His academic work focuses on advanced studies...

Brucie Porter

Brucie Porter

Brucie Porter works as a Research Fellow for the Consortium. A native of Auburn, Alabama, Brucie graduated with a B.A in history from the University of the South (Sewanee) and is a doctoral candidate at Auburn University. Prior to joining the Consortium, Brucie conducted research and interpretive work for the City of Montgomery and the...

Dr. Rhonda Jones

Dr. Rhonda Jones

Working at Public History and archives intersections, Dr. Rhonda Jones serves as the Consortium’s Digital Archivist.  An international scholar specializing in cultural memory and digital heritage informatics, she holds a Ph.D. in United States History, a MA in Public History from Howard University, and an MLS from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  Whether the task is teaching,...

Ken King

Ken King

Ken King is an insightful and proven leader in public affairs with more than a decade of diverse experience in building, linking and coordinating people, projects and resources to strengthen the community.  An entrepreneur and thought-leader, Ken is a successful results oriented practitioner when it comes to business and public affairs. As a result, he is a...

Nikiya Moné

Nikiya Moné

Nikiya Moné joined the Consortium in January of 2023 and serves as Finance Director. Nikiya has over 10 years’ experience in finance and has worked in various industries including banking, manufacturing, and non-profit.

Lukata Agyei Mjumbe

Lukata Agyei Mjumbe

The Reverend Lukata Agyei Mjumbe joined the Consortium in 2023 as Executive Director. He is an honors graduate of Morehouse College and also holds a Masters of Divinity and a Masters of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary.  Lukata is a respected pastor, community organizer and a proven leader with experience dating back to the 1990s...

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