Frank Z. Jemison, Jr.

Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

Frank Z. Jemison, Jr.

Frank Z. Jemison, Jr.

Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Chief Executive Officer at Memphis Leadership Foundation, Inc.

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Professional at Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Frank Z. Jemison, Jr.
Board Member at Hope Christian Community Foundation
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Hope Christian Community Foundation exists to serve Mid-South donors and ministries to facilitate the building of God’s kingdom in our community and throughout the world.Our mission is to encourage philanthropy and increase giving.  We seek transformation of the city through churches and ministries that combine Christian faith and Christian action.

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Crichton College is a Christian liberal arts college committed to academic excellence and the joining of faith, rigorous academic inquiry, and action guided by a biblical worldview. Building upon a challenging curriculum in the classroom, Crichton embraces the richness and diversity of its urban community as an extension of its campus. Our students benefit from development opportunities in dynamic partnerships with cutting edge businesses, nonprofit organizations, and experts in the professions and sciences. Crichton seeks to be recognized as a center of excellence in leadership development where students gain life experiences that equip them for responsible positions in their communities, to become civic and professional leaders, and to honor God in their chosen fields. Crichton strives to set the standard among Christian colleges as a place where students are mentored by a strong and caring Christian faculty and Christian area leaders learn that knowledge and faith can transform communities and advance God's purposes in the world.

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$500 - $749
2010

United Way of the Mid-South, a subsidiary of United Way Worldwide, is an American company located in Memphis, TN. The firm promotes educational and health programs for the betterment of community. Kenneth S. Robinson is the CEO, in this role since 2015.

$1 - $999
2009

Founded in 1848, Rhodes College provides an outstanding liberal-arts education. The Rhodes experience combines the best of the classroom and the real world—through internships, service, research and other opportunities in Memphis and far beyond. Students learn, play and serve others with a determination to grow personally and to improve the quality of life within their communities. The collegiate-gothic campus sits on a 100-acre, wooded site in the heart of historic Memphis. In this beautiful, supportive environment, our students and faculty comprise a community unmatched in its dedication to learning and a life of honor both on and off campus. In fact, for more than a century, Rhodes has placed its Honor System at the forefront of student life

$500 - $999
2006

Leadership Memphis’ mission is to build a great Memphis by building great leaders. Since 1979, Leadership Memphis has continually developed new ways to connect and create more effective community leaders who want to make a difference. Ten years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Leadership Memphis was founded as part of an effort to change the international image and reality of a city divided by race. Recognizing the need for a new breed of leaders that would unify Memphis and respect its diversity, Memphis leaders drew inspiration from leadership programs in Nashville and Atlanta which provided leaders with nine months of in-depth information about their cities and sparked new alliances between diverse citizens. Several Memphis organizations set leadership development as their top priority, and when this building interest in new leaders converged, the foundation was laid for the organization that would become Leadership Memphis. The first class of 42 persons was convened in December 1978, hearing the Governor-elect, Lamar Alexander, challenge them to take charge of the city’s destiny. From the beginning, Leadership Memphis’ programming was anchored by its emphasis on racial reconciliation. The sessions on diversity were complemented by sessions on justice, health care and hospitals, media, environment, and faith. In June 1986, Leadership Memphis held its first Celebration of Leadership, which became an annual tribute to civic leadership and the organization’s most popular event. As an arena for civic understanding, Leadership Memphis has been a leader fighting the vestiges of racism, embracing leaders from all sectors of the city, and convening diverse people in honest conversation about their city’s future. Now, over 30 years after the birth of Leadership Memphis, it is impossible for many of its current class members to understand the despair and division that it was created to combat. That in itself is an indicator that Leadership Memphis, along with other organizations, has had a positive impact on race relations in this community. Nearly 2,000 alumni have completed the Executive, FastTrack and Grassroots programs. Among them are mayors, City Council members, County Commissioners, City of Memphis administrators, Shelby County administrators, federal government administrators, civic and community organization leaders, public and private corporation executives, clergy representing over a dozen denominations, school or school system faculty and administrators, health care executives, professionals (doctors, attorneys, and accountants), and small business owners. Over 40% of Leadership Memphis’ alumni are African-American, Latino, Asian, or of another culture. Leadership Memphis continues to serve as a civic tool for forging new and meaningful relationships between unique blends of people from different sectors of the city. Without Leadership Memphis, there are those who would never have had an opportunity to learn so much about the community, other people and themselves. Going forward, Leadership Memphis will be the standard-bearer for strong, progressive, diverse leadership for Memphis. Leadership Memphis will work with others to build a great Memphis by serving as our city’s window to the world, and by encouraging a wide-open exchange of the best thinking, ideas, experiences and solutions the world has to offer our community’s leaders. As Memphis moves forward, there is an increased urgency for Leadership Memphis to connect leaders to leaders, leaders to information, and leaders to community. Leadership Memphis advances diversity and inclusivity, increases innovation and collaboration, and promotes civic engagement that makes a difference.

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