Alphonso Newsuan, Executive Director
A long time resident of Coatesville, who ran a successful retail sneaker franchise and promotional products business, for many years until his retirement in 2013. Since his retirement, he has been a local community activist. It was in that capacity that he created Training Introspective Mentoring Service (TIMS), and for five years mentored, fed, and provided recreational outings for community children. He is a recipient of the MLK Drum Major For Justice Award.
Rob Marshall, Minister
Rob Marshall is a lifelong resident of Coatesville, and Associate Minister at New Life in Christ Fellowship in Coatesville. PA where Dr. Dan K. Williams is the Senior Pastor. Minister Marshall helped to found the Garden Ministry, which is the Children’s Church at New Life, and he continues to provide the pastoral oversight of that ministry. In addition to preaching the Word of God to the adults and overseeing the Children’s Church, he is a committed teacher of the Christian Life Development Ministry. Mr. Marshall has been a business executive serving in the BPO Contact Center industry for more than thirty years. He has served in numerous roles and is currently Founder and CEO of RightWay Solutions LLC, a BPO Professional Services Consulting Organization which he founded in 2017. Prior to this founding, Mr. Marshall served for the past 27 years as VP of Marketing and Account Services for Intermedia Marketing, Inc., as well as Chief Operating Officer for 360CRM through 2016. From that time until 2017, he served as VP Client Relations for Qualfon D.S.G. He is also the Founder and CEO of a non-profit organization, Citizens Who S.E.E, which serves children with Special Education needs.
Charles Campbell, Treasurer
In 1998, Ricky graduated from the Coatesville area senior high school. He then went on to further his education at the University of Houston as he obtained a degree in commercial diving and engineering with a minor in business in 2003, His desire to learn more of Jesus Christ motivated him to matriculate at Philadelphia Biblical University from 2007-2009, where he accumulated many college credits towards a degree in theological studies. Charles Ricky Campbell is the CEO and founder of Campbelleast Properties, which provides comfortable and affordable living to the community, while working with such programs as HACC and Veteran affairs services. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Passtown. After having served as a Trustee for some years, he was ordained as a deacon in 2010. Deacon Campbell is currently the chairman of the deacon ministry. He is deeply committed to that local assembly of Jesus Christ; hence, he is a teacher of Christian activities/education within the Youth Department and an adult Bible study teacher as well. Deacon Campbell has been the keynote speaker for many churches in the Coatesville area and surrounding communities. He sits on various community boards and spearheads one of the Coatesville’s largest Community re-entry from prison initiatives which helps individuals to establish the trades, skills and motivation necessary for the acquisition of gainful obtain employment. Brother Campbell is a dedicated and highly motivated father of a 7 year old son, Jordan. He is currently coaching little league baseball, which enables him to make an early impact in the lives of our young people. But above all, Deacon Campbell is a believer and servant of Jesus Christ.
A 35 year resident of Coatesville, small business owner and real eatate investor. Khadijah is former treasurer of the Chester County Association for Retarded Citizens, former exceutive board member of the NAACP, long-term civil activist, former coordinator of a women and children homeless shelter, current chair for the Chester County Democratic Committee (CCDC), and City Council Member at-large.
Rhonda is a native of Philadelphia who moved to Coatesville as an adult. She brings a project management background and enjoys managing projects for MCDC. Rhonda is passionate about giving back to the community and creating positive changes.