Andrew L. Momon Jr.
Andrew L. Momon, Jr. is an expert in high capacity, results oriented, and multi-faceted servant-leadership. He is well respected and is highly sought after for his powerful yet applicable perspective on intergenerational team-building and institutional legacy.
He is the co- founder of Momon Leadership – a global leadership consultation firm headquartered in Atlanta, Ga. The author of the cutting-edge book Be The Answer: Your Guide To Effective and Transformative Leadership, he is also a John C. Maxwell certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer and a member of the FUTURES Alliance Executive Board.
Andrew has over 15 years of experience serving as the special assistant and chief adjutant to internationally renown pastor and leader, the late Bishop Eddie L. Long. He simultaneously served as Chief Leadership Officer at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church where he oversaw key ministry areas including Leadership Development, the Nation of Jesus Men’s Ministry, the New Birth Bible Institute, the Father’s House Pastoral Association, the Ministerial Alliance, and the New Birth Church Association.
He currently serves as a Mentorventionist for Urban Specialists Atlanta where he focuses on inspiring positive transformation by serving Urban Culture; citizens, youth and families. The mission of Urban Specialists is to transform Urban Culture in schools, and urban communities across the globe. We strive to redeem the conscious value of human life, eradicate generational poverty, and end irrational violence.
A 2011 Executive VIP Protection Services graduate and a two-time International Atlanta Open IBJJF Jiujutsu Gold Medalist (2014 & 2012), In his spare time, he loves traveling and is known for being a ‘”foodie.” Andrew and his wife, Kendra, reside in Atlanta.
Dr. Kendra A. Momon
Dr. Kendra A. Momon is a highly sought-after political thinker, commentator, and public speaker on spiritual leadership, African-American politics, the Black Church, Hip Hop, and leadership training. An expert on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., her voice and perspective has been shared via The New York Times, The Washington Post, The LA Times, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
She is the author of African-American Politics, a cutting-edge examination of minority politics in America which has received praise for its ability to “elegantly meld mainstream political science ideas and topics with innovative themes, a sophisticated historical consciousness, and continued demonstration of the ways in which African-American politics is, and is not, American politics tout court.” She is a graduate of Ohio State University where she earned her Ph.D. in Political Science as well as a certificate degree in Political Psychology. Currently, she is the Chair of the Division of Politics, History, and International Relations and Director of the Urban Leadership Program at Oglethorpe University.
An in-demand public speaker and writer, she has given keynote addresses and lectures for a host of entities including Lincoln University, Rhode Island College, The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, and Siloam Word of Truth (Johannesburg, South Africa). In addition to being a recurrent guest media commentator, she also writes for some of the world’s most prolific and powerful spiritual thinkers.