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Pastor Wayne Campbell, Ministry
Dr. Tracy L. Tolbert
HONORARY BOARD MEMBER
Dr. Tracy L. Tolbert, is now the first to take the Honorary seat on the advisory board. Dr. Tolbert was the first active member to establish The In The Spirit Entertainment and Foundation. advisory board on Ocobert 9th, 2014. Dr. Tolbert was in charge of the small business and entrepreneurs , networking and developing business. leaders. She was a Dallas Native with Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration minor in Real estate from University of North Texas. Master’s degree in Training and Development fro Texas A&M University Commerce. 2nd Masters Degree in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University. Recieved her Doctorate of Education in Supervision. Owner of Carousel Concessions of the State Fair of Texas and Owns “Chickcan Shaq On Da Run” Food truck. Member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., We were deeply saddened of her homegoing on January 31st, 2017. In The Spirit Entertainment honors you for your leadership as a board member.
Dr. Paulette Hurd
Education Greek and Social Organizations
Earned her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from North Texas State University and Master’s of Education from Texas Women’s University. Completed her Doctoral degree from Texas A&M University Commerce. Established the Math and Computer enrichment center in Dallas. Currently the Mathematics interventionist for Uplift Mighty Preparatory Fort Worth, Texas. Retired from Cedar Hill ISD. Active in Dallas LINKS stem program.
Felecia Davis, Business
Felecia is a native Texan, graduating from Texas A & M University at Commerce with a Degree in Business.
After graduating from college, her first 10 years of work experience were with Fedex, where she began at entrylevel
and promoted into various mid-level management positions. The second stage of her career life began
with Morgan Stanley where she was trained on Wall Street as a Stock-Broker. She spent the next 20 years in
the Financial and Investments industry. The last 7 years of her corporate career were spent managing and
investing $350 Million-Dollars in assets as a Corporate Pension Manager.
With the financial crash of 2008, Felecia saw many of her clients unable to obtain traditional bank loans and
subsequently they filed bankruptcy. These circumstances created a desire and curiosity about alternative
business loans for companies that failed to meet the lending criteria of traditional banks. She soon connected
with a New York firm that created a network of alternative direct lenders offering commercial loans for specific
market niches. After completing training with the Underwriting Dept. of each lender, she began marketing
alternative loans to small businesses as a part-time project. This proved to be very successful and in 2013
Felecia took a leap of faith and purchased a commercial building of her own, and committed full-time to the
business. Thus the word “Imani” means “Faith”.