Anita joined Trinity Community Ministries as Executive Director in March of 2020 after having served as the Interim ED for approximately 4 months. New to the nonprofit world, Anita’s background has been in the private sector and entrepreneurial arenas. Most recently, Anita served as the Founder and President of Pinnacle Workplace Solutions, LLC, an Atlanta-based Company focused on delivering Human Resources Consulting, Executive Coaching and HR Service Delivery. As the principle lead at Pinnacle Workplace Solutions, Anita helped organizations to achieve extraordinary business results utilizing practical approaches and solutions.
Prior to founding Pinnacle Workplace Solutions, Anita spent more than 30 years with The
Coca-Cola Company’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Over the course of her career, Anita held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility in the Company’s North America business, Coca-Cola International and Corporate Headquarters. Anita is an experienced HR Business Partner who has also worked in a variety of specialist areas such as Employee and Labor Relations, EEO/Compliance/Diversity & Inclusion and, Workplace Rights. Anita also has extensive global HR and service delivery experience in the Americas (including Latin America), Europe, Eurasia, Africa and Asia.
A native of Lansing, Michigan, Anita is a life member Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Phi Tau Omega Chapter where she currently serves as Vice President. Anita also currently serves on two Boards of Directors including Pearls of Vision Foundation, Inc., and, Coca-Cola Federal Credit Union. Anita earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Western Michigan University and holds numerous certifications including a Master Certificate in Human Resources from Cornell University and Sherpa Certified Executive Coach, University of Georgia.
Business Office Manager
Ebony has more than 11 years of experience working in the non-profit sector. She worked as Office Manager with one of Atlanta’s largest shelters for newborns and their families. She currently holds the position of Business Office Manager; where she ensures the daily operations run smoothly. Since she joined the organization in 2011, she has maintained accounts payable, accounts receivable, and monthly billing.
Ebony currently has her Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and certification in Business Office and Legal Administrative Assistant. She also holds a certificate of completion in Nonprofit Organization Management and also Nonprofit Human Resources Essentials through Georgia Center for Nonprofits, better known as Nonprofit University.
DeAndre is joining us from American Express where he has been working for the last 8 1/2 years, most recently as Sales Development Specialist. DeAndre has also worked part-time as Executive Director of Development for Men of Excellence Inc., a nonprofit that he started. Men of Excellence (MOE) is focused on providing assistance to families in need of rental assistance, scholarships and financial support. DeAndre will move from his current position with MOE and assume a position on their Board of Directors. DeAndre is very high energy and passionate about helping others which among other things, makes him a perfect fit for TCM. DeAndre also has demonstrated success in grant and proposal writing which will be a major plus for us. DeAndre will be able to leverage our existing fundraising events/activities and also introduce several new sources of income for Trinity Community Ministries.
DeAndre earned his undergraduate degree in Finance from Alabama A&M and his MBA from American Intercontinental University. As an undergraduate, DeAndre played football and was a member of the Track and Field team. He is also a devoted husband and father to two small children and a proud member of Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Clyde "Ali" Wilson
A native Atlantan, Ali attended Miles College on Scholarship in Birmingham in 1980, but dropped out when his growing addiction to cocaine made it impossible to manage his classes. After many years struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, Ali entered the Trinity House-Big Bethel program in the year 2000.
Two years later, Ali re-enrolled in Miles College graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration before returning to Atlanta to take a permanent position at Trinity House-Big Bethel. Ali’s community service goes well beyond the walls of Trinity House-Big Bethel, as he’s currently a member of the Senior Usher Board and Finance Team of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, and Future Men of Atlanta Foundation.
Mr. Ali is passionate about his work here at Trinity Community Ministries. He believes that no matter what the problem is, the solution has to be spiritual.