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Board of Directors
Chief Policy Making Body

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Each director is elected for a term of 12 months.  No director is paid for serving as a director. Any director may be elected by the board to serve as an officer. Each officer receives  compensation for services rendered.
Educational Stakeholder Groups
Each director pledges to represent one stakeholder group from the following list:

1. Associations of Educational Professionals

2. Chambers of Commerce

3. Associations of College Professionals

4. Associations of Civic, Public Interest Professionals

5. Associations of Grant Making Professionals and Institutions 
Monthly Meetings
The current board of directors is the founding board of directors. Their terms expire in November, 2019 at the first annual meeting. One meeting each month is held to review and approve the monthly reports of the founder and the committee chairs. The focus is on Prototype Business Model development.   

Founder and Interim President
Jim Harris,
Retired Small Business Consultant, Commercial Bank President, Financial Executive, Program Developer, College Administrator, Founder Pearls Who Prosper
MBA, Cornell University, Corporation Finance
Interested in youth development, college readiness, entrepreneurship, access to capital, business development systems, poverty alleviation, social impact.
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Chair, Education Industry Committee
Savahn Jordan
, Certified Teaching Professional, Youth Advisor, Coach, Member, 100 Black Men, Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Science, Social Science, Alpha Kappa Mu, Rust College Outstanding Teacher Education Intern (2017-18)
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Chair, Agriculture Industry Committee
Ellis Bell
, Arkansas Century Farmer, St. Louis Independent Multi-Lines Insurance Broker, 25 Years (Retired), Pilot,
Founder, Bell Community Services 501(c)(3) youth development and career readiness, USDA conservation programs grants recipient, Monsanto Fund Grow Farmers Award Recipient.

Chair, Business and Franchising Committee 
Marcellus Jackson
Economic Development Center Director, Clark Atlanta University, Entrepreneurial Training Program Consultant, Director Workforce Development, Baltimore City Community College, Franchise Development Consultant, Curator Afro-Centric Stained Glass Archive, Baltimore, MD, JD, Law, University of Maryland School of Law