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Felix Awotula
As Rehoboth’s founder, Rev. Felix Awotula currently serves as both President & CEO. He is an internationally known motivator, economist, administrator and an ordained Minister of Gospel.

Rev. Awotula has served in various executive capacities in both privately and publicly-held institutions. Educated primarily in Nigeria, he pursued his post-graduate studies in England and the United States.

He has also served in various national committees. Among these are:

  • National Committee on Medicare
  • National Committee on Health Insurance
  • Pharmaceutical Working Party
  • Inter-Ministerial Committee on Drug and Narcotic Abuse Control in Nigeria
  • ILO fellowship

Among his other activities and affiliations were:

  • Director of Finance, Faithful Stewards, Inc.
  • Steering Committee Member, Weed and Seed Program
  • Steering Committee Member, Bradley community Credit Union
  • Member, 100 Black Men of America
  • Co-founder and Executive Director- African Disaster Relief Fund
  • Pastor Living Waters Redeemed Christian church of God (Cleveland and Chattanooga, Tennessee).
  • Pastor, RCGG-Eagle Wings Assembly, Houston, TX
  • President Of African Association of Greater Chattanooga, TN
  • As a Guest on National TV and Radio on several occasions
  • Member Texas Adult Literacy Council
  • Member Houston Read Commission (Mayor’s Initiatives)
  • Nigerian Union Executive- Education and Youth
  • Representative of African interest in State and social issues ( Houston)
  • Initiator of African House Project, Million Meal Project in Africa.
  • CEO- Africa Navigator Ltd.

Some of his special Recognition:

  • Member of WHO’S WHO Heritage Registry- (congress Library, Canada)
  • Congressional leadership Awards
  • Several Cities Mayors Awards and recognition
  • Community Leadership Awards of the year 2006, Houston TX
  • Special recognition by city leaders etc.

Abi Olowe, Ph.D

Dr. Olowe is in charge of curriculum development and training. Dr. Olowe is a college/university Professor of Engineering. He specializes in training, programing, and curriculum development. Dr. Olowe has written over 40 scientific publications and several educational materials. As an ordained Pastor, he has published 12 God-inspired theological books, including:

His book on Missional Reformation higlights the Biblical foundation and importance of charity. Dr. Olowe is also a computer programmer and has led in Internet Application Developments at various companies.

Burke Mathes

Mr. Mathes is in charge of research and grants. Mr. Burke Mathes graduated from University of Southern California and Harvard Law School, after which served as law clerk to Justice Tom C. Clark of the U.S. Supreme Court. He then joined Curtis Mathes Corp., a southwestern manufacturer and franchisor of home entertainment products with 700 franchised retail outlets, and rose to the position of President. Later he acquired Pacific Stereo from CBS, which owned 85 large retail outlets. He then retired to teach business at Texas Southern University. His affiliations include Phi Beta Kappa, the Salvation Army Cambridge MA Leadership Council, and Deacon of Second Baptist Church in Houston.


Tony Henshaw

City of Houston Public Works Dept.

Kenneth Yellowe

Founder and CEO, Global Energy Group

Alongside a team of experts, Kenneth Yellowe employed state-of-the-art technology and years of excellence in the oil and gas industry in establishing a processing plant in Nigeria. Years later, the Houston-based Global Energy, Inc. has become one of the largest providers of petroleum and other energy products and services.

Jew Don Boney

  • 2012 - 2013: Associate Director - Mickey Leland Center for Environment, Justice, & Sustainability
    Barbara Jordan - Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs
  • 2002-2012: Associate Director - Mickey Leland Center on World Hunger and Peace
  • 2001 - 1998: City of Houston Mayor Pro-Tem
  • 2001 - 1996: City of Houston District D Councilmember


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