John Proctor is a proud native of Calvert, Texas with other notables including Tom Bradley, Dr. Ceasar Toles, Willie Toles, Marcus Toles, W.D. Spigner and Rube Foster, founder of Black Baseball. His life spans from Texas to California all the way to the State of Hawaii, where he was a trailblazer in the telecommunications industry and participated on construction projects throughout the West coast. He will tell you that Los Angeles, AME Bishop H.H. Brookins, and former Dallas NAACP President, Lee Alcorn, played a major role in who is in today. John is now the President and CEO of Coverall Management & Associates, an Environmental and Demolition General Contractor, founded in 2001. He is the founder of Coverall 2nd Chance Foundation, hiring ex-offenders throughout the DFW Metroplex. John has held seats on many boards over the years and remains to be a pillar in his community; A few to mention are: CRASH Golden Hill House drug program in Los Angeles, Regional Black Contractors Association, Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, and Homeward Bound Drug Program in Dallas, TX. Mr. Proctor is a man of faith and substance and will tell anyone he meets that his ability to do what he does is nothing short of the goodness of Jesus Christ. John Proctor’s name resonates throughout the Community as leader and an advocate for forward advancement.
Board Member/ Director of Dallas Office
Shandra Colón is the Founder & CEO of The Catalyst Company, a Consulting & Coaching Firm in McKinney, Texas. Shandra Colón began coaching Entrepreneur’s after beginning her own journey in 2011. Her passion for entrepreneurship, love for personal development, leadership and business development, was the perfect combination to become a small Business Consultant & Coach.
She believes great coaching re- awakens and moves the client into higher levels of responsibility and accountability, which yields greater financial results. With 15 years of business development experience, Shandra is able to train & develop sales & marketing talent.
In 2017, the Regional Black Contractor’s Association partnered with The Catalyst Company to implement a new marketing and sales plan to increase brand awareness along with developing new internal processes.
Shandra is the proud mother of two young men, and “Gigi” to two of the best grandchildren in the entire world. She loves the Dallas Cowboys and traveling to the beach as much as possible.
Board Member/Director of Ft. Worth Office
Tammy Pierce is the owner of TP Solutions. She has been doing Private Consulting, Public Relations and Event Management work for 10 years. In 2017 she decided to start her own business. TP Solutions specializes in Marketing, Public Relations, & Event Management. For the past 5 years Tammy host an event called” State of the Community “where she brings together community stake holders, elected officials, business owners, and constituents to discuss issues such as economic development, and education. Ms. Pierce attended Texas Wesleyan University and majored in Political Science. In 2006 Tammy Published her own newspaper called “The Political Advisor. In 2008-2010 she published the newspaper online. Also in 2006 she participated in Congressman Michael Burgess Economic Development Summit. Her topic was “Community Redevelopment” that was the birth of the Caville project. Therefore; In 2007 Tammy ran for public office to make the project happen. She ran for District 5 City Council. However, she did not win but she stayed involved and worked on various campaigns and became president of Fairmount Neighborhood Association. She began to branch off into marketing. She has marketed several events and done client services for business owners. She is currently a Board Member of The Regional Black Contractors Association. She served on the City of Fort Worth Appeals Board and MWBE Committee as well.