Albert N. Mitchell II, Founder & Executive Director
Albert N. Mitchell II, is the Founder and Executive Director of the New Jersey Minority Educational Development (NJ MED). He is also one of the country’s most successful inner-city youth program architects. His accomplishments include designing programs for universities, state health deparments, school districts, police departments, recreation departments, and housing authorities.
He attended Rutgers University, New Jersey and has appeared frequently on television and radio. Mr. Mitchell is also known nationally for his skills as a market research analyst. His former clients include: the United States Mini-soccer Federation (USMF), the Soccer Association for Youth (SAY), R&R Associates, and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF).
In twenty years, Mr. Mitchell has developed NJ MED as a worldwide brand and developed partnerships with over 200 local, national, and international organizations. He shares a strong faith-based and community-focused philosophy of understanding the non-profit sector. He plans to lead NJ MED programs and services to over 160 countries by the year 2025.
Shomari Moore, Program Director
Shomari Moore, MD, is a former collegian football star at Kentucky University and was the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the NCAA National Basketball Champions in 2012, the Kentucky Men’s Basketball team. In the same year, Mr. Moore also captured his master degree in Kinesiology & Health Promotion.
Mr. Moore serves NJ MED as the US Program Director for Health and Community Outreach. He is in charge of developing relationships with institutions of higher education and medical care. He currently works with over 70 national brands in providing health care supplies.
Mr. Moore is also a graduate of NJ MED’s 100% Graduation Rate Program – the Class of 2004
Preston S. Brown, Program Director
Preston S. Brown graduated from the University of Tulane in 2007 and has a Master’s degree in Education with honors from American Intercontinental University. Mr. Brown also served two-years as captain of the football team at Tulane and currently works in the financial industry as a consultant. He is also a graduate of NJ MED’s 100% Graduation Rate Program – Class of 2003.
Mr. Brown has risen through poverty, homelessness, jail, and near death in one of the country’s most violent inner-cities. He forged his success and served as an inspirational leader during one of our nation’s greatest disasters – Hurricane Katrina. His relentless determination to help bring change to our nation and around the world, makes him one of the leading visionary professionals in America.
Mr. Brown’s current role with NJ MED, is serving as the Volunteer Program Director for Fund Raising. His role requires him to meet with corporations, churches, and foundations to generate revenue for NJ MED’s local program services in education.
NJ MED’s Board of Directors
- Rodney S. Sadler, Save Our Waterfront, President – President
- Donald B. Henley Jr., CCS-TV, Executive Producer – Vice-President
- Delia L. Brown, Former Camden School District Curriculum Director – Secretary
- Joshua L. Lyons, American Red Cross Union Rep – Treasurer
- Fred E. Mitchell Jr., CEO, Summit Consulting
- Melik Brown, Executive Director, Camden City Transitional Academy School
- Patrick Faulk, Unit Director, Boys & Girls Club
- Annie Sadler, Coordinator, Respond Community Elder Program
- Wendy Edwards, Associate Producer, Independent TV
- Jerry L. Banks, Book Publisher, Amazon
- Gary L. Copling, Former School Law Enforcement Officer, Camden City School District
- Stanley Ash, Educational Consultant, Secondary Educational Services