Diversity | Equity | Leadership Management | Organizational Development|Mental Health
Rev. Dr. Darryl T. Jenkins is Chairman/CEO with over 20 years in Information Technology, Corporate Management, Organizational Development, Nonprofit Leadership, Training and Development. He volunteers as President of Interfaith Mental Health Council, Certified National Training Consultant for both Pathways To Promise and Mental Health First Aid, a professor teaching courses in Strategic Planning, Management, Business Ethics, Faith & Life, Diversity & Inclusion, and Intergenerational Leadership and Board Chairman. He coaches clergy as part of Wheaton College African American Church Evangelism Institute (AACEI), and consultant to Rush University Medical Center Alive Faith Network, University of Chicago, Advocate Aurora Health Care in clergy wellness, and Co-Principal Investigator with Northwestern Medicine. Darryl received the Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois at Chicago in Business Management, a Master of Divinity, in Leadership and Ethics, and Doctorate with Organizational & Leadership from Northern Seminary. He currently serves on numerous boards and active in community engagement.
Nathaniel K. McGuire is a highly sought-after Marriage and Family Counselor and a Life Coach, with a passion for Cultural Diversity. Nathan’s practice consists of the seamless integration between clinical principles and indisputable biblical truths to help individuals “see themselves” (self-awareness) so they can ultimately heal. Areas of specialty include: Childhood Wounds, Abandonment, Overcoming Fear, Anxiety, Worry
Reconciliation, Communication and Relationship.
He was the first African American male with a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling in the State of Indiana from Christian Theological Seminary. Nathan earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Pastoral Administration from Crossroads Bible College and has a passion to improve the quality of life among youth, adults and strengthening communities.
RogerCarol Rogers is an experienced diversity and inclusion strategist with over two-decades of training and development, human resources and workplace relations consultant to the food and restaurant industry, as well as Associations and small manufacturers. An experienced training and development professional seeking to assist any size organization improve their results via on-site, interactive facilitation. A retired Human Resources Director of McDonald's Corporation, she brings seasoned organizational leadership management experience to assist any size organization improve their results. Human resources and diversity consulting to the food and restaurant industry, as well as Associations and small manufacturers. RogerCarol received her degree from University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management and Human resources.
Nancy Johnson enjoys working on grant opportunities and projects that focus on new initiatives development and enhancements of programs that serve the healthcare needs of the community. A successful business development and grant writer with specialty in working with tribal communities. She currently sits on the CMS Tribal Technical Advisory Group (TTAG), the National Indian Health Board (NIHB) and the subcommittee of the TTAG Tribal Consultation as an alternate representative for the Tribes designated in the Nashville Area of the Indian Health Service.
Debra Gentry specializes in marketing and communications, volunteer engagement, event planning and cultural diversity. Dedicated to positive, strategic results, Debbie core competencies spans the end-to-end focus project plan for organizational effectiveness and excellence. She enjoys working with C-Suite and Executive leadership teams and managing large projects. A diverse professional with Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) -
Judson University, Elgin, IL, BS in Journalism - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
and AA in Liberal Arts - Harper College, Palatine, IL.