Family First Village Arts Council
“Enriching the lives of our youth and community through the arts.”
Michele “Lady MC” Clark, Founder and CEO, Creative Director
Specialization: Interior Design, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Creative Arts
First Lady of Trinity Outreach Ministries and Holy Trinity Church and Cultural Arts Center; President of Barclay Jones Realty; Founder of Trinity Fashion Fair Models Ministry; Member of Gospel Rap duo Kingdom Queens; Broadcaster (Radio/TV); Dr. Michele Clark is a licensed family counselor, serial entrepreneur, interior designer, and seasoned real estate professional who headed the 400 million dollar land acquisition project to build the Windermere Rapid Station Complex in East Cleveland, Ohio.
Rosetta “Rhema Rose” Daniels, Executive Administrator, Enrichment Coordinator
Specialization: Creative Arts, Recording Arts, Literary Arts, Visual Arts, Music and Media
CEO of Exciting Ministries and Rhema Rose Music Publishing (ASCAP); Former Administrator at EMI Music Publishing; Chief Editor of Family For Life Magazine; Executive Administrator of Bigg Kidd Music; Licensed Foster Parent; The Young Americans (Alumna); Youth Choir Director; Broadcaster (TV/Radio); Author, songwriter, producer, Gospel recording artist and member of Gospel Rap duo Kingdom Queens; Rose has a passion for empowering youth of all learning abilities and uses her experience in business, social services, and education to serve members of underprivileged communities worldwide.
Robert “Elijah Storm” Daniels, Executive Director, Special Accounts
Specialization: Recording Arts, Music and Vocal Production, Songwriting, Vocals
Grammy Award winning songwriter, producer, vocal coach, artist developer and author of:
How To Deliver A Song with Impactful Emotion; CEO of Bigg Kidd Music; Minister Robert “Elijah Storm” Daniels is seasoned music industry veteran beginning his career in the 1970’s as a protege of the legendary Norman Whitfield, spending a brief stint as a member of The Temptations, Mr. Daniels has been steady on the Billboard charts writing for artists including Rose Royce, Robin Thicke, All-4-One, Mary J. Blige and Usher. He teaches vocals
ElAnee H. Barclay Jones, President Emeritus, International Liaison
Specialization: Cultural Arts, Fine Arts, Theatre Arts
Queen of Ghana (Akan Kingdom); President of The H.O.W. Institute; Vice President of
The Federation of Network Ministries; Founder of Barclay Jones Realty; Vocalist; Author; A New York native and former Ghanian resident, Queen ElAnee H. Barclay Jones was the first African American female licensed real estate appraiser in the state of Ohio, Queen Mother ElAnee directs her talents in the Cultural and Performing Arts, African History and Business Development for empowering the communities she serves in Cleveland and around the globe.
Raymell Jamison, Director of Dance Program, Enrichment Coordinator
Specialization: Fine Arts, Theatre Arts, Dance and Movement, Music
Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Julliard School (NY); Teaching Artist and Future Adjunct Professor at Tri-C Metropolitan Campus; Cleveland School of the Arts (Alumni);
Raymell Jamison received a contract to work with the American Ballet Theatre in his Junior year at Julliard, and later received a contract with Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble. He was featured in The New York City Ballet as a student of the School of American Ballet.
Aaron “A-Man” Stephens, Director of Virtual Learning
Specialization: Recording Arts, Visual Arts, Music, Media and Production
CEO of G.O.D. Music and Media Studios; Songwriter, Producer, Musician, and Engineer; Producing since the age of 12, Aaron has produced for several notable artists in the music industry, and his passion for the creative process led him to major in Music Marketing and Production before earning his degree at Columbia College, and Ohio Broadcasting College for Film and Radio Broadcasting. His efforts landed him an opportunity with Radio One as a Tech Producer. Desiring to empower youth, A-Man has always understood that his gifts belong to the Lord.
Genevieve Mitchell, Creative Support Specialist
Specialization: Cultural Arts, Fine Arts, Literary Arts, Fashion Design
Executive Director of The Black Women’s Center; Former Candidate for Mayor of the City of Cleveland; Political Activist; Fashion Designer and sketch artist; Ms. Genevieve Mitchell is a celebrated activist and historian in the Cleveland community and abroad with a diversified experience in TV, Radio, social services, political science, creative writing, proposals, public policy, Fine Arts and Cultural Arts.