"tackling today's challenges"

Creative Group Economics is creating a new movement to conquer poverty in our communities. This movement is about self-worth, not dependency, and self-reliance, not handouts.  Members of Creative Group Economics devote their time instead of money, to be the boots on the ground for our communities.  This allows us to invest in local businesses, youth, and ideas that change the way we tackle inefficiency in our communities.

 

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Our Mission

At Creative Group Economics, we believe that breaking out of poverty begins with spending your own dollars in your own community. Our goal is to change the mindsets of our people, and be the kinds of leaders that we hope to be and an echo the morals required to take on our communities biggest problems. It starts by standing with those who support you, listening to voices unheard, and recognizing potential where others see despair.  “It demands investing as a means, not an end, daring to go where markets have failed and aid has fallen short.” It makes our capital work for us, not control us. It prospers on imagination, the humility to see the world as it is, and the courageousness to imagine the world as it could be.  It’s having the motivation to learn at the edge, the wisdom to admit failure, and the audacity to start again. Its leadership that rejects complacency, breaks through system, and challenges corruption.

“Doing what’s right, not what’s easy.”


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Get involved and become a member of “Creative Group Economics” simply by offering your time and commitment to supporting Black owned businesses.


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Become a member of Creative group Economics today and you will receive the professional assistance you need to bring your website to life.

 
 
 
 

Our Team

LLOYD C. FORD II

LLOYD C. FORD II

 

 

A devoted Houston native received a B.B.A in management information systems at Prairie View A&M University. Currently working as an IT Manager, he assures customer satisfaction and is passionate about community and economic growth of others.

Lloyd is a technically skilled, educated professional that brings progressive and practical knowledge in Information Technology.  As a proactive team player with proven leadership skills, Lloyd has the ability to develop and inspire others through his leadership and dedication.

In his spare time, serving the community by feeding the homeless, and have volunteered for programs such as Meals on Wheels. Through his countless efforts and persistent drive, Lloyd believes in promoting positive community and economic growth in the Houston community for all.

“There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance next time.” 

 
 

Jamail Lavan

Jamail Lavan

 

 

 

Jamail went to school at Prairie View A&M University where he received a M.S in Computer Science and a B.S in Civil Engineering. While in college, he started an LLC entitled The Crew Health and Fitness, the business is noted for numerous accomplishments and awards and serves today as a philanthropy for the elderly and inner city youth.

Jamail now serves as a computer scientist and most recent research was with the Air Force Research Laboratory at Griffiss Institute. The purpose of the research was to conduct an evaluation of Apache Cassandra as applicable backend storage for Resource Description Framework(RDF) data. In addition, benchmark against other Sematic Web Knowledge Base systems in respect to large applications in High Performance Computing.  Jamail works hard and is passionate and dedicated in his philanthropy work.

 
 

 
Kasee C. Brown

Kasee C. Brown

 
 

 

 

Kasee moved to Houston after graduating from Prairie View A&M University. There he studied Psychology and Social Work before becoming an Inclusion Specialist within the Houston Independent School District. Passionate about the future of our youth , this was a natural fit. With the encouragement from his students ,

Kasee started the Rucker Express Journalism Club in 2016. Members are given opportunities to speak with individuals that have to power to makes changes not only in their schools but within their communities as well. In his free time , Kasee enjoys traveling with his wife Chasmine. He also started his own photography business and hopes to one day use his platform to foster creativity and expression within the youth of our communities.

 
 
 
Jalyn Gordon

Jalyn Gordon

 
 

"Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Jalyn is a Community Builder, facilitator, strategist, reader, consultant and Black millennial. She is the Founder of The Afrocentric Communiversity LLC, an African-centered consulting company for Black organizations and nonprofits. The Communiversity strives to empower Black community institutions to be the best version of themselves using Afrocentricity, community engagement, & Black Studies as pillars of their framework. She is a proud alumna of The University of Houston with a B.A. in Political-Science & African-American Studies and is a member of the Illustrious Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated."


 

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