Entrepreneurs

Meet the E.N.U.F. entrepreneurs.

We've been fortunate to interview many qualified candidates and have decided to move forward with an excellent group of individuals that represent E.N.U.F.'s mission and whose passion for community improvement and closing the wealth gap is truly inspiring. We are pleased to introduce the first cohort of E.N.U.F. entrepreneurs.

Charles Robinson

Born and raised in Sarasota, FL, Charles is now between Durham, NC and Atlanta, GA. He purchased his first single family property in 2018 and has since purchased a triplex and building in downtown Durham, NC. With E.N.U.F. his goal is to grow his knowledge, expertise and network in the CRE, multifamily and mixed use development space so that he can continue to open more doors for Black developers, building wealth for their families and communities.

Kimberlee Williams

Born and raised in Perth Amboy, NJ near the Jersey Shore, Kimberlee now resides in Newark, NJ as a communications and marketing professional. Extremely passionate about her community and ensuring that home ownership is within reach for Black and Brown residents, she hopes to use E.N.U.F. to explore shared common area spaces and concepts to attract young talent/college grads to the Essex County area.

Evan Odeseye

Raised by a single mother in Staten Island, NY, Evan still resides there today. Growing up in an underserved neighborhood, he’s made it a point to host many events to give back to his community and the borough of Staten Island. 

From turkey drives and clothing drives to toy drives, he believes in investing back into the community and giving others the opportunities he didn't have growing up. He’s focused on real estate education up to this point, but is ready to take his real estate dreams to the next level.

Alicia Jones

Originally from Detroit, MI, Alicia moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University and has been there for over 30 years. She’s a real estate sales professional with over 20 years of sales, marketing, and luxury retail management experience. She  specializes in the Atlanta market. 

She hopes to gain practical, hands-on experience in the investing process. Inspired by the “Buy the Block” movement, she would like to invest in underserved communities of greater Atlanta.

Ryan Jackson

Born and raised in Saginaw, MI, Ryan now resides in Portage, MI. He’s a husband, father, Christian educator and leader within the local church. After working in H.R. for several years, he transitioned to a career doing full-time ministry. He’s a self-described real estate “newbie” but possesses a lot of ambition and drive. He’s active in local real estate meetups and has completed two real estate projects so far. He wants to focus on investing in underserved neighborhoods in Kalamazoo, MI by providing adequate and quality housing for residents.

Applications for the first cohort of the E.N.U.F. Mentorship Program have closed, but we are accepting applications for future cohorts on a rolling basis.
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