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In his first effort to win a seat, Dr. James Austin (Jimmy) Womack was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives after 15 years of practice as an Anesthesiologist and Director of a 10 million dollar/year Pain Management Service. Dr. Womack is the former President of the Detroit School Board a 1.6 Billion dollar operation. A man of many hats, Dr. Womack served as a member of the Board of the Council of Great City Schools, the Michigan Association of School Boards, Ecumenical Theological Seminary, as well as member of the Detroit Public Library Commission with a 35 million dollar yearly expenditure. He presently serves as a member of the Harper-Hutzel Hospital Board of Directors and the Detroit Medical Center Trustee Quality Assurance Board. For 9 years he has helped educate the community about health and social issues as the host of 'The Dr. Jimmy Womack Show’, which aired on WGPR FM radio and as segment host of Transition which could be viewed on TV20. Additionally, he ministers to the congregation of St. John and St. Luke's United Church of Christ as the interim Associate Pastor and serves the Wayne County Sheriffs department as Chaplain. Womack earned his Bachelors Degree at Dillard University, Medical Degree from Meharry Medical College and his Masters of Divinity Degree from McCormick Theological Seminary.  

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Vice Chairman of the Board
Allen Gray brings over thirty five years of Operations Leadership experiences in various operational positions to his position such as Supervisor, Group Leader, Production Manager, Director of Operations, Corporate Purchasing Director, Director of Supplier Diversity and Plant Manager from Ford Motor Company, Cummins Diesel Engine and Navistar International Corporation. From 1997 to 2003 Allen had the operation responsibility for Navistar’s V Engine Assembly Plant located in Indianapolis, Indiana where he led the assembly growth from 800 per day to 1500 per day the highest volume mid-range diesel engine plant in the world, and in 1998 the facility was listed in Industry Weeks Magazine as one of the top ten run plants in all of North America. From 2003 to 2005 Allen had the responsibility for Engine component purchasing and ran global sourcing and the Ford TVM program. Allen Gray is the President and CEO of ASG Group, a Holding company for the following organizations: Gray Property Management, LLC, Gray Business Solutions International Corporation, Graylutions Corporation, Manchester Truck and Auto Clinic Corporation and a partner (Ownership) with AGI International Corporations.  Allen Gray most recent corporate assignment was Director of Supplier Diversity for Navistar International Corporation. Allen was instrumental on developing and implementing Navistar’s Supplier Diversity Initiative committed to developing Strategic supplier relationships with Minority/Women-Owned, Veteran-Owned and Small Business Enterprises. His vision is to build a strong foundation of highly qualified diverse suppliers that can provide exceptional products and services, as well as Diversity Champions and Coordinators throughout the organization. Allen has been a consistent supporter of diverse business development as shown by his twenty plus years of involvement with diversity enhancement throughout his career. Allen also led the 2012 South African Summit that provide 9 US MBE’s, an opportunity for paid Scholarships and a Business trip to South Africa.

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Board Member
John Graves has more than 30 years’ experience in the areas of public relations, government affairs, marketing and business development. Some of his clients have included Ford Glass Division, Lear Corporation, Coca-Cola Company, Major League Baseball and Ilitch Holdings family of companies - Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Motor City Casino, Little Caesars Pizza, etc. He has managed marketing for numerous historic events including, Motown 40th Anniversary, Summer & Winter Olympic Torch Runs, Roots 30th Anniversary, Mandela Day in Michigan and the Red Tails screening which benefited the Tuskegee Airmen. His political acumen has afforded organizations a “comfort level” to utilize his services at events with such luminaries as President Bill Clinton, Republic of Nigeria First Lady Stella Obasanjo, Eddy Martinez, Secretary of State, Dominican Republic, Dr. Zwelini Mkhize, Treasurer General ANC Party, Vuyiswa Tulelo, South Africa Consul General, Alan Greenspan, Rueben “Hurricane” Carter, Johnnie Cochran, Tony Dungy, Bill Gates, Judge Greg Mathis, Barry Sanders, and others.  He also managed a Michigan event for Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, Mary Blige and Leonardo DiCaprio with the Vote or Die Campaign. Other clients have included institutions such as State of Michigan, Nielsen Media Research, Royal Bank of Scotland and Wayne State School of Medicine. Graves is a Vietnam-era Army veteran, where he served honorably as a missile supply specialist and later, as a distinguished color guard. He serves on numerous boards, most notably, national board member of Rainbow PUSH and chairman of the Automotive Project, which promotes inclusion of minorities in the automobile industry. In the capacity as chairman, Graves interacts frequently with CEOs, global vice presidents and other management. He recently joined Rev. Jesse Jackson to lead a trade mission to Japan hosted by Honda, Nissan and Toyota executive leadership. Graves has received numerous awards including the Spirit of Detroit Award; Governor’s Seal of Michigan; Jewish Assisted Retarded Citizen Appreciation Award; US Marines Toys & Tots Service Award; and Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute Volunteer Award. One of his more cherished accomplishments was serving as Community Chair of the Detroit Public Schools Clean, Safe and Healthy Schools Program, which garnered national recognition from President Bill Clinton.  He played football at Alabama A&M University and later earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from University of Detroit-Mercy.

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Board Member
Darwyn P. Fair, Esq, founded the firm Darwyn P. Fair & Associates in 1985.  Mr. Fair has substantial experience involving general corporate, complex civil litigation.  He has litigated extensively in the state and federal court system. Mr. Fair’s areas of practice include general corporate, real estate, commercial civil litigation, state and federal court and collections.  Mr. fair is a member of the ABA Africa Board.  Mr. Fair also served as City Attorney for the City of Benton Harbor, Michigan. Mr. Fair received a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Detroit Law School.  Mr. Fair is a member of the State Bar of Michigan (SBM), the Wolverine Bar Association (WBA), which is the local chapter of the National Bar Association (NBA).  He served as President of the WBA; Co-Chairperson of the WBA Attorney Referral Committee; Chairperson of the Economic Development Committee; member of the Board of Directors and Treasurer. Mr. Fair is currently the Board President of Plymouth Educational Center.

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Chairman of the Board
VP COO John W. Crockett has provided management, marketing, engineering, manufacturing, business development consulting services to the private sectors for over 38 years.  Mr. Crockett performed ergonomic in-plant audits throughout North America, recommending the proper material handling equipment, power tools and operator assistance devices to aid the operators in performing their job activities.  He is past chairman of the B11 21 Standard on Machine Tools using Lasers for Processing Materials for the Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT) of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).  Mr. Crockett also assisted in the development of ANSI’s first “Ergonomic Technical Report” the B11-19 in the late nineteen nineties. Crockett and his Minority Partners set up a partnership with the Ford Motor Company (FMCO).  The name of the Operation was called Leatherworks, LLC and Mr. Crockett was the President.  It was a certified minority business where the minority partners owned sixty percent (60%) and Ford Motor Company owned forty percent (40%).  It was one of the first African American companies in which Ford had a minority interest in an operation it was involved with.  Leatherworks processed leather for most of Ford’s interiors (seats, door panels, head rest, etc.) for the family of FMC’s vehicles Their sales went from initially a few million to over forty ($40) million dollars in twenty-eight months.  Mr. Crockett has a BSIM Degree from Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI and a MBA from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.

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Vice President - Chief Operations Officer
Alexander Luvall served as the Executive Vice President and a member of the corporate Executive Committee for Pioneer Behavioral Health, Inc. until its acquisition by Acadia Healthcare, Inc. in 2011.  Both businesses are involved in the international ownership and operation of psychiatric hospital facilities and residential treatment centers for substance abuse. After which he continued in that position with Acadia until 2013 and now serves the organization as a business development consultant. In addition to being a private law practitioner, his public service positions have included: Executive Court Administrator for the Third Judicial Circuit Court (MI); Friend of the Court for Wayne County, MI; Juvenile Register of the Wayne County Probate Court (MI), Second Deputy Chief (Detroit Police Department) and Special Assistant to the Mayor, City of Detroit.  He has taught as an adjunct professor at Michigan State University and sat on numerous charitable boards and governmental commissions involving juveniles and mental health challenges. Luvall received his a Bachelor of Science Degree from Western Michigan University in 1971 and a Juris Doctor degree from DePaul University College of Law in 1978. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and a trained Mediator.

Alexander Luvall

Board Member
Joyce Hayes Giles is assistant to the chairman and senior vice president of Public Affairs for DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE), a Detroit-based diversified energy company She is chair of the DTE Energy Foundation, responsible for strategy and oversight.  In addition, she serves as the company’s Chief Ethics Officer and the ombudsman for employee- related issues.  Giles was vice president of corporate resources at MCN Energy Group, the former parent company of MichCon. She joined MichCon as manager of Compensation in 1978.  Through various director-level positions with the company, she led employees in customer relations, material management, administrative services, customer information and physical assets. Giles earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Knoxville College.  She also earned a master of business administration degree from the University of Detroit and a law degree from Wayne State University Law School.  Her professional affiliations include membership in the Detroit, State of Michigan and Wolverine bar associations; the Women's Economic Club of Detroit, Leadership Detroit Alumni Association, Junior League of Detroit's Community Advisory Council, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; and The Links, Inc.  She serves on both the local and national board of directors of the American Association of Blacks in Energy.

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