Chief Spiritual Support Advisor
Our founder owes his spiritual success to his aunt, Eloise Temple. Through her discipleship, our founder, Derrick I. Temple, Sr. came to know Christ at an early age as a child. She has been his comfort and spiritual support system since that day. Eloise Temple is a virtuous woman of God, par excellence. Her personification of education has been a stimulus for our founder to pursue education until his dying day.
Eloise Temple is a retired Adjunct Professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha;
Former Student Personnel Assistant Administrator at Omaha Public Schools;
Former Classroom Teacher at the Dallas Independent School District;
Studied Master of Elementary Education at Prairie View A&M University Graduate Studies;
Studied Music education at Bishop College;
Studied Education Administration at University of Nebraska at Omaha
Our lead tech team is the best in their field who help "make it happen." Book publishing is far more than what meets the eye. Thanks to our leadership team, we not only "say it", but we "do it."
Derrick I. Temple, Sr.
Founder/Managing Member/Interior Formatting/Chief Editor/Typesetting/Senior Cover Designer
Studio Technician for Audiobooks
Chief Administrative Assistant/Typesetting
Camellia P. Wade-McKinley
Graphic Drawing Artist and Cover Design Assistant
Our Creative Team
Spanning the Social Spectrum
Social Awareness Advisory Member
Rabbi Jack Bemporad (a Holocaust Refugee) is the director of the nonprofit Center for Interreligious Understanding (CIU), which he founded in 1992. Its aim is to bring people of all religious faiths together to promote open dialogue, mutual respect, and theological understanding of the common foundations shared by the world’s religions. Jack Bemporad began teaching at Vatican universities in 1998 and has been Director of the John Paul II Center and Professor of Interreligious Studies, both at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum), in Rome since 2009. Concurrently, he also serves as Rabbi of Congregation Micah of New Jersey, in Cresskill. Bemporad has been at the center of many negotiations improving the relationship between Christians and Jews. In February 1990, he was sent to Rome to help negotiate the relocation of the Carmelite Convent in Auschwitz, Poland. In September 1990, he was the primary writer of the Prague Accord, the first time in history that the Vatican asked forgiveness of the Jewish people for past acts of anti-Semitism.
Social Awareness Advisory Member
Founding Partner & Chief Strategy Officer of BBMG. Raphael unites branding, sustainability, and innovation to help organizations unleash shared value. He received his BA in Philosophy with honors from the University of Texas at Austin. He currently serves as an adjunct professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and Advisory Board member for the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business and Sustainable Brands. As an expert in brand strategy, social innovation, consumer marketing, and public affairs, Raphael designed consumer and nonprofit brands, created national advocacy campaigns, drafted public policy, and managed communications for local, state, and federal elected officials, including previous Governor Ann Richard of Texas. For Raphael, "branding is being." It’s not just a discipline of strategy and design; it’s the essence of who we are, with the possibility to inspire great transformation for organizations and society.