Dr. Shelley Osagie

Shelley Osagie started her career in the mental health industry working as a therapist in an outpatient hospital and private practice settings in Minnesota. She moved to the East Coast in 2004 with her husband and two boys. She continued working with the severe and persistent mentally ill population until 2008. Shelley began working at Temple University and remained there for the next eight years in student services for the College of Public Health. She currently serves as Assistant Dean, College of Health Professions, at Thomas Jefferson University, in addition to the Chair of the Department of Professional & Continuing Studies. Shelley attained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Masters of Education in Counseling from North Dakota State University. She graduated May 2016 with her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Temple University.

Shelley is the proud mother of a United States Marine Sergeant and a United States Navy Petty Officer. She resides in Cherry Hill, NJ with her husband of 15 years, Monday Osagie.

Monday Osagie

A professional Digital Marketing Consultant from Cherry Hill, NJ, Monday has been in business for almost three decades. Currently, he assists businesses in the U.S and abroad with creating, maintaining, and growing their digital presence online. Monday has also owned a building maintenance company for the past 30 years.

Monday has been utilizing the internet for 20+ years for strategic SEO campaigns, on behalf of businesses, which have ranked their websites on the 1st page of Google and converted website traffic into profitable customers and clients.

Monday’s interests are software and economics. He is presently getting his certification in Hadoop Programming and Big Data from the University of California, San Diego. He has a natural knack for economics/trading, software development, tech related things, communication, troubleshooting technology, and more.

Reverend Tiffany D. Gilmore, M.S.S., M.Div.
Pastor Tiffany Gilmore is a passionate, and devoted wife, mother, daughter, pastor, therapist, student, and friend. She and her husband Pastor Christopher Gilmore have raised two lovely children and have opened up their home to nurture and foster at risk youth.

Rev. Gilmore has been through many fires in her life and uses her life experience to encourage and strengthen others.  She has traveled both in the United States and abroad using her gifts of preaching and prophetic dance.

Pastor Tiffany received both her ministerial diploma and credentials in 2008 when she graduated from Deliverance Evangelistic Bible Institute. Pastor Tiffany attended both the University of Arts and Camden County College and obtained an Associates of Arts Degree in Dance. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Urban Ministry Leadership from Geneva College at the Center for Urban Theological Studies. She has also earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Services from Bryn Mawr College and a Masters of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary, the Seminary of Eastern University. Currently, Pastor Tiffany is completing her Doctoral Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy at Eastern University.

In 2012 Rev. Gilmore sat on the Strategic Planning Committee of the Center for Urban Theological Studies. Her academic accomplishments include becoming a Wallace Scholar at Palmer Theological Seminary. Furthermore, Pastor Tiffany traveled to New Orleans to represent Evangelicals for Social Action at the CCUMA Conference. Rev. Tiffany Gilmore has spoken at Human Trafficking Conferences and has shined the light of Jesus in the mission field in extremely dark places.

Carl Thomas
Carl is a husband and father of two who, typical of his New Jersey roots, doesn’t mind pushing boundaries or challenging the norm. He is an ordained pastor & holds a Masters in Theological Studies graduating with High Distinction from Liberty University. Carl serves on staff with XXXChurch and works on multiple projects for various clients as a digital marketing consultant.

Carl is a raw individual who believes that church isn’t just a place to meet on Sundays, that culture is something to be redeemed and not shunned, and that Jesus called us to go, so we better do it. When Carl isn’t working or handing out Bibles at porn shows he’s spending time with his family, getting injured in the name of fitness, or sharing his sarcastic thoughts on Twitter.

Dr. Michael Master
Dr. Michael Master has been practicing within the Integrative Medicine field as a board-certified chiropractic neurologist since 1997, a credential held by less than 1000 clinicians within the United States. Moreover, he is fellowship trained in Functional Neurology and Pediatric Developmental Neurology, as well as board certified in Integrative Medicine. Dr. Master earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Anatomy and Doctor of Chiropractic degree with Honors from Parker University – College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. He is licensed to practice in NJ and PA.

Currently, Dr. Master serves the diverse healthcare needs of children and adults within the Tri-state region through the hub of his private practice located in Washington Township, NJ. His clinical focus comprises non-invasive diagnosis and management of complex clinical conditions of pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders and various adult health conditions.

Dr. Master also has a profound interest in community-based health measures, especially as it pertains to primary public health prevention strategies, public health safety, and chronic health conditions. As such, Dr. Master is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a focus on disease prevention and health promotion.

Currently, Dr. Master resides in historic Collingswood, NJ with his beautiful wife and three children ages 16, 14, 10. He enjoys touring the various beautiful US National Parks with his family, most notably, Smokey Mountain, Acadia, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton National Parks. However, he prefers to trek Banff Canadian National Park with his wife only.

Amanda Jones, Executive Assistant
Amanda Jones is a New Jersey native who had always imagined herself as a teacher. However, after earning an Associates degree in Elementary Education she realized that teaching was not for her, but she still wanted to work with children and families. Amanda enrolled in Wilmington University where she graduated in May of 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science as well as a Certificate in Child Maltreatment. Amanda is currently still enrolled at Wilmington University where she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in the Administration of Human Services and a certificate in Non-Profit Management. Amanda is also completing an internship with the Domestic Violence Services Program of Child, Inc. in Delaware. She is expected to complete her Master’s Degree program in December of 2016.

For the past seven years, Amanda has been working as the office manager for a Chiropractic Neurologists Office. A job that she not only loves but also a job that has allowed her to complete her full-time schooling. Amanda began working as Kelly Master’s assistant in January of 2016 and enjoys combining her educational experience with her passion for advocating for those in need.

Currently, Amanda resides in Philadelphia where she enjoys spending her spare time with family and friends, reading, writing, and traveling near and far.

Kelly Master, Executive Director
Kelly Master is a dynamic, tenacious leader who is fiercely committed to the call of Christ on her life. She is an energetic, passionate speaker who draws upon healing from past addictions, abuse, and shattered dreams to elevate and inspire others.

She is Founder and Director of For Dignity a non-profit that strengthens communities against sexual exploitation and extends dignity to victims and survivors.

Kelly is a sought out speaker who has a beautiful gift of translating life’ trials into opportunities of hope. She offers a fresh, relevant message to both believers and non-believers around the world. When Kelly is not speaking or advocating on behalf of others, she can be found serving at her local church or traveling with her family.