Black Belt Community Foundation welcomes three new team members Black Belt Roots and Deep Dedication to Service Characterize All Three

Group Photo Carolyn, Dex and Kim

Shown above (L-R -Carolyn Essex, Dexter Jackson and Kimberly Davis)

SELMA,  AL  –  June 20, 2018:  The Black Belt Community Foundation is proud to announce adding three new team members, Kimberly Davis, Carolyn Essex and Dexter Jackson, to its full-time staff, filling key positions.
Selma native, Kimberly Davis, will serve as BBCF’s new Arts Program Officer. She is a graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta and American Public University, possessing both a B.F.A and M.P.A. (in Public Administration with a focus in Human Resource Management) from these institutions respectively.

Adding to her impressive resumé, Kimberly has served our country for ten years in the Georgia National Guard while working active duty as a Human Resource Generalist, and is continuing to serve through Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL. Prior to joining BBCF, Kimberly had been working at Concordia College for the past four years as Lead Data & Communications Specialist.
Marion native, Carolyn Essex, joins BBCF as Office Administrator. With over ten years of experience in office administration and Associate Degrees in both Business Administration and Business Technology from Wallace Community College – Selma, she is thrilled to bring her considerable skills to bear for the benefit of BBCF and the Black Belt.
Fort Mitchell native, Dexter Jackson, now fills the role of BBCF’s Fiscal Officer having formerly served as Controller, Vice President for Business & Fiscal Affairs and Chief Operating Officer at Concordia College Alabama in Selma.  Dexter is a proud graduate of Auburn University, holding a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting.
BBCF President Felecia Lucky states: “BBCF is truly blessed to welcome our three newest team members to the fold. All three possess deep Black Belt roots and no doubt will be working with that level of personal passion and dedication to serving the Black Belt region adding to their impressive professional skill sets and training. One of things I am most thrilled about is that each of them have already been serving the Black Belt in diverse ways for many years now, prior to their joining our BBCF family. Already possessing an understand of the region and many of the challenges we are tackling, they bring their positive sense of dedication to work with them each day!”