The New Covenant Community Development Corporation proudly present the members of the organization’s Board of Directors below:
Joseph A.Alexander – President
The Most Reverend (Archbishop) Dr. Joseph A. Alexander is the Founder and Presiding Bishop of a network of influential Christian organizations in the United States and abroad. Archbishop Alexander founded the New Covenant Christian School system that has three campuses in the Bronx and provides educational programs for children from Preschool through High School. Archbishop Alexander is also the Founder of New Covenant Dominion Credit Union as well as Ambassadors College of Ministries and Theological Seminary.
Jim Kusi – Vice President
Jim Kusi has been working as an Engineer for over 31 years having built schools for the City of New York. Mr. Kusi has mentored High School students through Eagle Academy, an All Boys school started by the One Hundred Black Men of New York. He is an Elder at New Covenant Christian Ministry and the President of the Men Fellowship at New Covenant Dominion Church.
Levi Cleare, Jr – Member
Bishop Levi Cleare’s college education began with studies in Electrical Engineering. However; he soon developed a passion for the ministry and changed his vocation. He studied Pastoral Theology at Pennsacola Christian College in Florida and then transferred to Carver Bible College in Atlanta, Georgia. He completed his ministerial studies with a Masters degree in Ministry. He has served as a Pastor with New Covenant Christian Ministries for over twenty years, and was ordained into the office of a Bishop in June 2013.
Rachel Macarthy – Member
Rachel Macarthy provides financial expertise at New Covenant Dominion Federal Credit Union where she is an Assistant Manager as well as at New Covenant Ministries Worldwide where she is the Financial Officer /General Administrator. A graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. She previously worked at J. P. Morgan Chase & Company.
Odinakachi Chigewe – Member
Odinakachi Chigewe received her Masters In Public Administration degree from Pace University. She has worked for various organizations within the non profit, private and government sector. For over ten years her work has focused extensively on research, statistical analysis, nonprofit management, public health and community development. Currently residing as the Social Services coordinator, under various HUD funded programs, her focus is on building informal networks with consumers and service providers. In addition her work focuses on engaging in the ongoing provision of services from community agencies, case management and the provision of information referrals and community connections to tenants who need supportive community services in order to maintain self sufficiency.