Frank J. Omowale Satterwhite is an organizational and community change consultant who completed a BA degree at Howard University, a MS degree at Southern Illinois University and a Ph.D degree at Stanford University. Omowale is the President of Leadership Incorporated, a nonprofit consulting firm focused on building capacity for social change in communities of color. He previously served as President, National Community Development Institute; Acting Superintendent, Ravenswood City School District; and Associate Dean and Chairman of African American Studies, Oberlin College. During his career as a nonprofit management consultant, Omowale has assisted more than 1,200 organizations in 120+ cities and 40+ states. From 1979 to 1983, Omowale was the lead organizer and campaign manager for the movement to incorporate the City of East Palo Alto.