Miguel Clarke

Miguel currently serves as Account Director for RCS & C., a full service event marketing company.  He is charged with developing and executing the client’s communication and activation strategy for the organization’s corporate clients.  This includes developing a visual concept for the overall plan, identifying key locations to roll out program, as well as staffing events appropriately.

Miguel has over ten years experience managing public relations and special event campaigns for clients in industries ranging from, technology to cosmetics and hospitality to publishing and entertainment.  His responsibilities have included developing press and promotional materials, managing publicity and media relations, conceptualizing and managing event design, drafting remarks for speakers and coordinating work flow among third part vendors.

Miguel also has experience in working with start up companies and small businesses to attract and retain consumers as well as develop short and long term business plans.

Most recently Miguel has been designing and publicizing customized event programs for clients in the spirits industry.

Miguel attended Hunter College, CUNY and majored in English and Media Studies.

Dr. Daughtry, holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Adelphi University and The New York Theological Seminary in the areas of Early Childhood and Religious Education respectively. She is a Certified Pastoral Counselor having also graduated from New York’s Post Graduate Center for Mental Health. In addition, she also earned the Doctor of Ministry Degree at The York Theological Seminary in 1997. Her dissertation entitled “SISTER to sister” is a comparative study which examines, contrasts and compares the ways that girls are socialized in Africa, the Caribbean and the U.S.A. and puts forward the importance of mentoring.


Founder of the House of the Lord Elementary School and the House of the Lord Sister-to-Sister Mentoring Program, Dr. Karen Daughtry is best known for her visionary and creative leadership as it relates to Children and Women’s issues.   Click Here to Read More

Dr. Karen S.Daughtry

Gail George

Gail George’s career in education is reflective of the call on her life of service to others. Ms. George has over fifteen years of teaching experience in the New York City public school system. Throughout her academic career, Ms. George has strived to afford her students developmental opportunities to complement academic progress. These offerings have served to enhance student lives.

A sampling of these opportunities includes, but is not limited to a Peer Tutoring Program which paired middle school students with elementary school students for tutoring in math and reading. Prior to the advent of the Common Core career and college readiness initiative, Ms. George initiated and coordinated annual College Tours for her middle school students. A relationship forged with the City Harvest program afforded Ms. George’s students the opportunity to conduct food drives that supported food pantries throughout the city. This is in direct alignment with the shared NYCDOE mission to provide students with an education that gives them the tools to thrive in college, in careers, and as active members of their communities.

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Born in Brooklyn, New York Wilma Hubbard has always been active in the struggle against oppression which she began as a Freedom Rider.  Although retired, dedicated to working towards ensuring the rights of all people, Wilma was employed in not-for-profit arena for over 45 years.  Her work history includes the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children as the Director of Administration, the LBJ Health Complex as Assistant to the President, Mobilization for Youth, the Public Education Association, and the New School of Social Work of Columbia University.   Partner/Vice President of  Pubic Relations of  Bodywealth in Motion.

Wilma attended Bernard Baruch School of Business Administration of CUNY and Pace University’s BPS Program.

Wilma is a member of the Board of DBNA because of its goal to enhance life for residents affected by creating a vibrant community for those of all ages and income levels.

Wilma Hubbard

Carol Mcintosh, MD

Dr. Carol McIntosh was born in Brooklyn, New. She resides in Maryland and is presently practicing in Virginia and Brooklyn, New York.

Dr. McIntosh graduated as valedictorian from Catherine McAuley High School in Brooklyn, New York and is a member of the Board of Trustees of Catherine McAuley High School.  In 2004, Dr. McIntosh was inducted into the Catherine McAuley Hall of Fame as a “Global Healer”.

Dr. McIntosh went to Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences graduating in 1983 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with distinction.  She continued her education at the Weill Cornell Medical School obtaining a Medical Degree in 1987.   She is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.        Click Here to Read More

Yvonne Biggs-Rubie has served as Director of the National Department of Health since 2002.  The Health Department serves the congregants and community through advocacy, education, intervention, and direct action.

Yvonne’s interest in health peaked when she became more aware of the influence that society and the food industry has on dietary and physical activity choices. In 1999, she took action and completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Promotion Management at York College.  She completed a Masters Degree in Urban Public Health at Hunter College in 2003.  While pursuing her Bachelors and Masters degrees, Yvonne completed her internships at The House of the Lord Church.  The activist stance of this church and its belief in a synergistic connection between the Word of God and advocacy undergirds her work in public health. In 2005 Yvonne had a personal encounter with breast cancer which she used as a teaching tool about the disease, patient advocacy, and to reinforce the reward of seeking God’s direction in time of crisis and taking proactive steps.

In March 2009, Sis. Rubie was one of seven Health Care Conversation Leaders from across the country invited to The White House to participate in the first Health Care Reform Discussion headed by President Obama.

Yvonne C. Rubie

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