Our Principal, Faustenia L. Morrow "Tina," has over 25 years of experience working with leaders and decision makers, directing thousands of Community Engagement events and raising millions of dollars to support the community, the arts, and the environment.
While living in St. Louis, Missouri she managed local, state, and federal political campaigns for several politicians. As a Non-Profit Executive for community, and arts organizations she was passionate about perfecting creative ways to develop audiences and encourage black, brown and indigenous underserved communities to support initiatives that make life better for all.
15 years ago while working for the Citizens Environmental Coalition (CEC) she saw a need to organize urban faith-based communities around environmental issues: like clean water, clean air, and a healthy and toxic chemical-free environment. This need birthed Infinite Possibilities (IP), a events management and fundraising company designed with the Buffalo, NY East Side Community in mind. IP organized the National "Coming Clean" Environmental Conference, and several other events including a Pastoral Health & Environmental Conference targeting the BIPOC community.
Desiring to travel and learn more about focus groups and polling, she worked for a multimedia market research company and traveled the nation for 12 years (until in the middle of the pandemic), her only sister died of brain cancer and she lost her job. Faustenia decided to revamp and reimagine her business and in December, 2020 the Monarch of Infinite Possibilities was launched focusing on being a CONNECTOR between CEO, Executives, Political Leaders, decision makers and the BIPOC faith community. She is a member of the Erie County Management Council (EMC); member of the New York State Climate Impacts Assessment Team; a part of the weekly White House Faith and Community Engagement Call with faith and community leaders from across the nation; a Board Member of the WUFO Black Radio History Collective; founder of the Harriet Tubman Legacy Project and the Harriet Tubman 5K; and a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.