Business capital for minorities
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Joshua’s Hand will provide business capital to minority entrepreneurs and educate our youth to become aspiring leaders in the community.
Joshua’s Hand will promote and ensure the well being of minorities in our community as it relates to business and education by funding and equipping business owners with the necessary skills to start and maintain their own businesses. This may include connecting them with affordable housing and educational opportunities.
Joshua’s Hand will create opportunities in industries where minorities are undervalued, and increase their presence in the marketplace.
Joshua’s Hand empowers aspiring minority leaders to build big businesses and employ minority job seekers.
To equip and fund aspiring minority business owners.
An equitable world is a better world for us all
Equipping the youth of today to change our tomorrow
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The Big Vision
Meet the needs of people in our community through business and educational opportunities. We are transforming our community one business at a time.
A transformation of the overall culture and value of minorities in the marketplaces
Minority businesses leaders in under hired areas such as advertising, marketing, and Banking.
Creating opportunities for minority graduates in industries that lack diversity
Introducing entrepreneurship and wealth building to give minority youth a level ground to start from.
Creating jobs for minorities in communities where old money owns most of the businesses and property and neglects to hire people of different cultures.
Providing funding to persons who would not be considered optimal for lending due to their cultural or societal demographics.
MORE THAN HALF OF COMPANIES THAT HAVE BLACK OWNERS WERE TURNED DOWN FOR LOANS, A RATE TWICE AS HIGH AS WHITE BUSINESS OWNERS. WHILE BLACK-OWNED FIRMS WERE MOST LIKELY TO HAVE APPLIED FOR BANK FINANCING, LESS THAN 47% OF THESE APPLICATIONS WERE FULLY FUNDED.
Organizational Culture Statement
Welcome. Love. Compassion. Integrity. Excellence. Victory. Promise. Vision. Inspiration.
We are the living demonstration of God’s compassion, power, and love. Our financial giving for the purposes of empowering others to walk in promise, victory, and excellence is the overflow of victory and faith lived out in our private lives.
We are a living demonstration of equity. At Joshua’s Hand everyone has a seat at the table. Our organizational structures model the societal structure we would like to see in the world. How we treat people is how we want to be treated.
At Joshua’s Hand anything is possible. We are a living example of dreams realized. We give because we have been given too. We serve because we are grateful. We inspire others to hope again and achieve works greater than they ever thought possible.
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Meet the team
Passon & Experience Collide
Our board is a strong team of entrepreneurs and ministry leaders. Each board member is uniquely experienced in growing people and managing businesses. Together they form a powerhouse of knowledge and artistic vision for the future.
Stanley Earl Johnson, Jr. is currently the Director of Worship Studies and Adjunct Professor for Cornerstone College of Virginia in Fredericksburg, Virginia. In this role Mr. Johnson leads the college in worship related initiatives and curriculum development. As the CEO and Founder of The AJS Group, LLC based in Richmond, Virginia he leads his company to publish family books, provide worship consultation for churches throughout the country, render leadership development, strategic planning and workshop coordination.
As a Gospel Artist and ordained minister, Mr. Johnson, has been recognized as the recipient of the 2012 Gospel Blue MIC Award for Album of The Year for “Beyond Me,” and the 2016 Gospel Blue MIC Award for Video of the Year for Trading Chains.”
He holds a Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education Leadership from Grand Canyon University. Mr. Johnson’s long term research interests include exploring new innovative pedagogies for emerging students in higher education as it relates to the growing concerns of generational engagement in light of the evolving technological advancements – primarily as it relates to Generation Z and the generation that follows. Mr. Johnson aspires to use qualitative approaches to understand perspectives and frames of reference as it relates to stakeholders within these settings.
Pastor at Growth Church. B.A. and M.A. in Christian Leadership at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
Founding Board Member
Brittany Henry is a psalmist and recording artist who currently serves as Worship Leader at Mount Peniel COGIC. With 15 years of experience in music ministry and leadership in churches of all denominations, her ministry breaks through cultural barriers to unite people of all backgrounds.
Henry is also an entrepreneur and the founder of Fredericksburg Virtual Assistant, a Marketing and Public Relations firm that specializes in non-profit organizations, Christian institutions, and public figures.
Henry is passionate about her ministry to her family as well as to the community.
She lives in Fredericksburg, VA with her two daughters and husband, Dr. Jonathan Henry, Provost of Cornerstone College of Virginia.
She holds a B.A. in Communication from Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School and a Bachelor of Theology from Cornerstone College of Virginia.
Carey Sims serves as director of The Center for Faith and Leadership (Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA) where she and her husband, Gannon, are training and equipping the next generation of leaders through faith formation and leadership development.
As the founder of Created Space (www.createdspace.org) Carey offers short courses on listening and discernment in a collaborative learning environment. Created Space is for business and ministry leaders on the edge of a pivot or transition who desire to discover next steps in the context of community.
An entrepreneur and pioneering ministry leader with 25 years of experience, Carey is particularly interested in the intersection between theology and economics and how the church can make social impact while proclaiming the gospel. A spiritual director and ICF certified coach, she delights in helping people achieve their goals and develop practices that deepen and enliven their friendship with God.
She holds the MBA from Regent University and the M.Div. from Duke University.
Evangelist Missionary Jacqueline R. Cork serves as the District Missionary of the Church of God in Christ Virginia District of NC 3rd Jurisdiction.
Cork has been in ministry along side her Husband Pastor Andie Cork Sr. for over 20 years.
She is also the first lady elect, leading the youth, missions/evangelism, and women’s departments at Mount Peniel COGIC.
Jasmin Ealey serves as a Human Resources Professional and Financial Officer for both Private and Nonprofit Organizations.
She graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelors of Science in Organizational Leadership with a minor in Business Marketing.
Ealey ministers to the underserved both in her church and in the community.
Fostering growth in youth and inspiring others, she is most passionate about serving God by meeting needs.
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organize and store computer-based information. Create and maintain digital systems. Arrange appointments, schedule and attend meetings, and create agendas.