Clarence and Alicia
Clarence is an author, speaker, marriage coach, and community leader. He is the President and Founder of Leadership Culture, Family Pastor at Antioch Community Church in Norman (OK), Faith Based Community Consultant for the Oklahoma City County Health Department, and is a member of the board of FPIO (Family Policy Institute of Oklahoma).
Clarence's business does training and talks in leadership and personal development. He is committed to discovering untapped leadership potential, especially in marginalized communities. His work specializes in addressing difficult social issues and areas of conflict (such as family fragmentation and race relations). He also facilitates strategic city collaboratives, forums, conferences, and campaigns.
Clarence has been a repeated guest on the Fox Morning Show, featured several times in The Oklahoman, and has led public rallies to promote "what we are for" instead of "what we are against". He currently provides visionary leadership to a collaborative of leaders in the Stronger Together OKC Movement.
The Clapham Award
Clarence was honored to be the first SALLT alumnus to receive the Salt and Light Leadership Training (SALLT) Clapham Award. This award "celebrates God's work in the life of SALLT graduates who demonstrate exemplary leadership in transforming culture, unifying people toward common goals, and creating systemic change that transforms the community."