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Introducing Dr. Marcia Coppertino, Director of Marketing and Communications


Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino, Ph.D is The National African American Missions Council Director of Marketing and Communications and has been a traiblazer in the community, corporate, and business world for over four decades. She has assisted companies in advisory business naming, business formation services, business implementation process, and business development branding for major corporations and business entities. Dr Coppertino has developed, structured, and participated in corporate grand openings/events/galas of major business, healthcare, university, nonprofit and political organizations. She has also acted as advisor, director, colleague, friend, and confidant to businessmen and women from the Pulpit to the White House!

Dr. Coppertino has also acted as the West Coast General Manager for Cendant subsidiary, Jackson Hewitt Financial Services (JH). In this capacity, Dr. Coppertino opened over 40 tax and financial management offices for JH, trained over 300 employees to become tax agents, and was also the first General Manager to offer placement in financial/tax-related offices in local check cashing facilities throughout Los Angeles County.

Under the tenure of Dr Coppertino, a Human Resource Department for JH was opened in California, which developed payroll systems for hundreds of California employees. A 20 million dollar California budget was utilized to bring JH into the financial arena from Virginia Beach, Virginia, which led to the designation of JH as second only to H and R Block in the state.

Dr. Coppertino presently advises businesses around the world and is in the fundraising stages for a school named after her in Uganda. She is a mother of four; speaks 7 languages; is an accomplished Classical Sacred Music Soprano, lending her voice to hundreds each week through local churches, and is an avid lover of the human race. Her works as an activist, lover of children, animal lover, and defender are known to all.


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