DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS & SOCIAL IMPACT STRATEGIST | HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZER
Jamye Wooten is a Digital Communications & Social Impact Strategist and Founder of KINETICS.
He is a trusted adviser and consultant to many of the world’s most influential faith-based and nonprofit organizations. His work has spanned the globe – advising nonprofits, faith-based organizations, corporations and individuals in their efforts to engage their constituencies. On the forefront of digital strategy, he has been invited consecutively to speak at SXSW, the world’s largest interactive festival.
Wooten is the creator of the #BlackChurchSyllabus #MLK2BAKER and founder of CLLCTIVLY, an online platform which seeks to create an ecosystem to foster collaboration, build capacity and amplify the voices of Black-led organizations in greater Baltimore. In April 2015, Jamye co-founded Baltimore United for Change (BmoreUnited.org), a coalition of grassroots organizations in Baltimore City that organized in response to the death of #FreddieGray. Jamye is a founding board member of the Tubman House and serves on the board of trustees for Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary. In June 2017, he launched .Base – Black Theology Project 2.0, a knowledge-base system curating theological resources for Black Lives. (btpBASE.org). He also sits on the advisory boards of the Center for Interreligious Engagement and Social Impact at Union Theological Seminary and Metro-Urban Institute at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.
Jamye has organized and documented social movements from across the United States, United Kingdom and Africa. He is the former program director of the Collective Banking Group, Inc. (CBG), a Christian ministry that draws together leaders from the faith, business, and public service sectors to develop and enhance economic empowerment strategies for the African American community. Follow @JamyeWooten on Twitter.