Philos Black

Welcome to the next generation of Black leaders

Philos Black is cultivating Black Christian leaders for positive global engagement.

Philos Black focuses on three core tenets:

  1. 1

    Education

    Equipping leaders with the knowledge and tools to transform their communities

  2. 2

    Advocacy

    Impacting Africa, Israel, and Black America through incarnational action  

  3. 3

    Community

    Connecting leaders who are biblical in their worldview, ethical in their orientation, and global in their perspective

What we've been up to recently

Our Philos Black leaders participated in discussions on what it means to be a Black pro-Israel leader.

Advance Summit, NYC

Philos Black serves the Crown Heights community.

Brooklyn, NY

Together Thursdays with Dr. Plummer!

Zoom

Philos Black Alumni Dinner.

Detroit, MI

Philos Black serves Detroit.

Detroit, MI

Our Upcoming Events: Join us!

Philos Black Homecoming: Global Leaders Summit August 2022 | New Orleans, LA

Philos Black’s Homecoming is a summer leadership summit for all Philos Black Alumni. This year’s Homecoming will be hosted in New Orleans, LA and is expected to be nothing less than explosive! Experience two days of world-class leadership training and rich learning from leading professionals spanning a wide range of backgrounds. Enjoy inspiring stories, high-impact sessions, curated conversations, and networking business opportunities. This event will bring together Black, Christian leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, creatives, scholars, and thinkers with a passion for Global Leadership and Positive Global Engagement.

Contact Philos Black Staff for more info
Krystal Bracy Associate Director of Philos Black A native of Oakland, CA, Bracy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley and the Master of Divinity degree from Duke University with concentrations in Homiletics, Black Church Studies and African and African American Studies. Bracy’s research and studies have taken her to the continents of Africa, Europe, South America and extensively throughout the continental United States and her future educational plans include law school. In addition to her academic credentials, Bracy is a licensed Evangelist Missionary of the Church of God in Christ.

Alongside her scholarship, she is passionate about social justice and improving the spaces in which people of color study, work, worship and live. Outside of her career, Bracy energetically volunteers within the Durham community. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, baking and spending time with her friends, family and other loved ones.
Bianca Alexander Philos Black Intern Biancá Alexander is a Philos Black Alum (2017) proudly serving as the new Philos Black Intern. After her Passages trip, she went on to become the first African American Fellow of the Galilea Fellowship in the Fall of 2017. This experience led her to recruit and engage other African-American students to go on Passages Student Trips and apply for Philos Initiatives. Her recruitment led her to become a fellow in 2019, inspiring others to follow. She is a graduate of Valparaiso University (2015) and serves her community as a Domestic Violence Advocate. Bianca is the CEO of Lady B Media Co. and the owner of Lady B Alexander Co., a faith-based stationery and accessories company. She is the loving wife to Stephon and Mama B to Alayah and Diamond. She is a licensed missionary and has served in four continents and counting since the age of 10.

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Krystal Bracy
Philos Black Associate Director
krystal@philosproject.org