Mr. Ronald Davis has an extensive management background with over thirty-five years experience in a variety of executive management positions in the public and private sectors. As a former City Manager in Riviera Beach, FL and Assistant City Manager in West Palm Beach, FL, Ron gained valuable local government management and community/economic development experience in South Florida. While serving as Senior Assistant for Community & Economic Development Policy to former FL Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham, he researched, developed, and managed numerous statewide community redevelopment initiatives. Additionally, Ron served as Assistant Superintendent for Business Affairs for the School District of Palm Beach County, Deputy Director of Finance and Revenue for the District of Columbia Government (Washington, DC), and Assistant to the City Manager in Inkster, MI.
In the corporate sector, Ron has managed corporate divisions with responsibility for real estate and development, business development, marketing, management consulting, and governmental relations. His experiences include Managing Director, D.J. Miller & Associates in Washington, DC; Vice President, Infrastructure Management Group in Bethesda, MD; Executive Vice President for Real Estate, Capital Asset Research Corporation, Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Executive Vice President, Dominion Developers, Miami, FL; and Senior Vice President, Hardie Industries, Inc., West Palm Beach, FL. He is the Founder and President of Mosnar Group, LLC, a West Palm Beach based real estate development and advisory firm.
In addition to his business commitments, Mr. Davis also serves as on the Board of Trustees, New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in West Palm Beach, FL; Board of Directors, Palm Beach County Business Development Board, and Chairman of the Board, Northwest Community Consortium, Inc. and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Ron received a B.A. degree in Business Administration from Morehouse College and earned a Masters degree in Public Policy from the University Michigan. He is the son of Arthur L. and Alethia R. Davis of West Palm Beach and has one son, Ron II, two grandchildren (Tobias and Zaria), a deceased brother (Arthur L. Davis, Jr.), two sisters (Patricia Davis and Sandra Davis Mapp), and two adopted sons (Alcee Walker and Travar Dixon).
William Washington serves as Vice Chair of the Northwest Community Consortium Board of Directors. He is the Pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and serves on the board of directors for the Mental Health Association. Mr. Washington is a member of West Palm Beach Kiwanis. He is also a certified public accountant with extensive experience with non-profit organizations.
Rev. Kevin L. Jones is a native of Rustburg, VA, and is the youngest son of Dwight and Gladys Jones.
Rev. Jones completed his education in the Campbell County School System and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University in 1996. In 2007, Rev. Jones graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Ministry, and in August 2012, graduated with a Masters of Divinity Degree from The Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA.
Rev. Jones relocated to West Palm Beach, FL in 1997 and has held several positions in the non-profit sector focusing on Youth Development.
Rev. Jones was licensed to preach the Gospel in July of 2004, and ordained in September of 2007, at Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Gerald D. Kisner. Since October 2006, Rev. Jones has served as Minister for Youth and Young Adults, a position in which he is responsible for developing ministries and programs relevant to those particular age groups. In July of 2014 Rev. Jones was elevated to the role of Assistant Pastor. Rev. Jones is also a member of the Men’s Ministry, Church School staff, Christian Education Ministry, and the Social Justice Ministry.
In January 2014, Rev. Jones was hired as an Assistant to Mayor Jeri Muoio in the City of West Palm Beach. Rev. Jones coordinates the Mayor’s Youth Council, Faith Advisory Council, and the Mayor’s Village Initiative. The Mayor’s Village Initiative’s mission is to improve the outcomes of young black men in targeted areas of the city.
Rev. Jones is the Past Co-President of P.E.A.C.E., a congregation based organization charged with the mission of fighting injustice in the communities of Palm Beach County. During his time as Co-President, P.E.A.C.E. was able to win important issues in the areas of Wage Theft, Jobs and Unemployment in the Glades, Youth Crime, and Out of School Suspensions. These victories provided much needed opportunities for the least of these in our communities.
Rev. Jones is President of The Baptist Minister’s Conference of the Palm Beaches and Vicinity. He is also Co-Chair of the African American Jewish Committee with the Jewish Community Relations Council. He is a proud member and Past Master of Pride of Palm Beach, Lodge #447, Free and Accepted Masons, and the Delta Delta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Rev. Jones enjoys coaching his sons and has volunteered for several years with the Recreation Department in the City of Greenacres, FL.
Kevin is married to Michelle T. Jones, and is the father of three sons; Nicholas, Brandon, and Darrin.
James Carman was born and raised in New Brunswick, NJ. Attended Rutgers University before enlisting in the United States Air Force in 1958. After completing his military obligation, worked for the City of New Brunswick, NJ Fire Department for 30 years before retiring in 1991 as Fire Director. James relocated to West Palm Beach, FL in 1991, as an Assistant Fire Chief in the West Palm Beach Fire Rescue, and appointed to Fire Chief in 1994. Chief Carman served until 2001 in West Palm Beach Fire Rescue, WPB, FL. During his time in West Palm Beach he has served as a board member in many non-profit organizations such as United Way of PBC, American Heart Association, Boys & Girls Clubs of PBC, Zoning Board of Appeals in WPB, Nonprofits First, and Northwest Community Consortium, Inc.
Doug Moreland is employed with Florida Public Utilities Company in West Palm Beach. Florida Public Utilities is a subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation. He has been employed with the company for over 38 years. He is currently the Manager of Gas Operations for the South Florida area. Douglas graduated with Honors from Palm Bach Atlantic University. He holds a degree in Business Management. Family, faith, and community are important to him. The belief is that making a difference in one person, one day at a time, can greatly impact the future in a positive manner. Serving on NCCI’s board provides an opportunity to make that difference. In his spare time he enjoys travel and photography.
Micheal Pinkney has been the Executive Director for the Salvation Army Northwest Community Center for 8 years. In 2001, he graduated from the University of Miami with a double major in Business and Finance. He also has Certified level 2 Advanced Director in the state of Florida and Texas.
2001 – University of Miami National Championship Football Team Member
2012 to 2015 – Committee Chair West Palm Beach Back 2 school Bash
2011 to Present – FHAA football Coach
2013 – Palm Beach and Broward County Community Champion Award
2013 – Big Brothers Big Sisters Outstanding Mentor Award
2014 – Received recognition from Congresswoman Lois Frankel for Outstanding Work in the Community
Michael has lived in the West Palm Beach area for the past ten years and is married to Claudia Pinkney. They have a 10 month old daughter named Valentina.
Kelly D. Kinsell has been in banking for over 30 years having served in various managerial positions. He presently serves as senior vice president in community development for Wells Fargo in Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
Phillip Hutchinson of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. concentrates his practice on commercial litigation focusing on defending corporations in complex litigation. Phillip received his B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida. He was a practicing engineer for 5 years working on jet engines for military fighter aircraft prior to attending the University of Florida. He has substantial experience in state and federal courts, including trying individual claims and class actions.
Phillip has represented clients in cases involving complex product liability disputes, construction defects (including delay claims), insurance coverage defense, eminent domain actions, employment discrimination, non-competition agreements, real estate disputes, including commercial leases. Phillip has broad experience in complex case management, electronic discovery management, extensive pre-trial discovery and work product protection. In addition to his primary practice, Phillip devotes a significant amount of time to pro bono endeavors targeting economic development in underprivileged communities. Phillip has served as an instructor in the firm’s Litigation Skills Academy and steadfastly continues to train and mentor young lawyers.