Delta F. Jones-Walker, founder of
Atled Financial LLC has been in the Financial Service Industry for 20 years. Atled is a
full-service financial firm committed to helping people pursue their financial goals.
Delta's upbeat nature and forthright dedication to her clients has earned her widespread respect. She specializes in retirement planning, estate planning, disability protection, and the preparation of financial plans.
Joslyn Kelly is the owner of Divine Strategy, LLC, which offers an array of services focused on building legacies while converting dreams into reality that include restaurant ownership, restaurant management, event planning and business development consulting. Owner of J’s Breakfast Club and Love for Jaylen Foundation, Joslyn is from Gary, Indiana and is committed to giving back to her community.
Marcus Martin is founder of Grace Beyond Borders NWI, Inc. It was established in 2013 as a non-charitable, public organization with the purpose of meeting the physical and spiritual needs of our area’s destitute. The organization was born out of a vision by Martin, during his volunteer service and work on the streets of Chicago, IL. Grace Beyond Borders supports the needs of the homeless and those suffering from drug addiction in Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland.
Mary Green is the creator and visionary of the Black Women's Expo (BWe). CEO/President of the brand Chicago families turned to as the summer event for all things of the culture, the beloved exposition is expanding to two additional cities, Detroit and Atlanta.
Ms. Green’s work in Chicago African American community has garnered her numerous awards including the Legacy Award/Boys & Girls Club of Chicago, Woman of the Year/Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Women’s Day Award/Rainbow Push Coalition, Women at the Top of their Game, Kizzy Award/Revlon, the Rising Sun Award/ABJ Community Services, Inc., the Inspirational Trailblazer Award from Illinois State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka, and the Chicago Defender’s Women of Excellence Award. Ms. Green presently serves as the Vice President of the National League of Black Women; and she is a founding member of Sisters on the Move, a charitable giving circle in Chicago’s African-American community.
Dr. Janet Seabrook sits at the helm of Community HealthNet as CEO. Under her leadership, this not-for-profit, community-based primary healthcare organization upholds the mission of providing accessible, affordable and quality medical services to families and individuals of all income levels. Seabrook has been afforded many professional opportunities including the oversight of five locations in Lake County, IN, appointment to the local health department board. She has also served as an influential advocate for state funding in support of community health centers in Northwest Indiana. Seabrook has an incredible website filled with healthy lifestyle tips,
blogs, recipes and more!