Cavell Samuels is a man of integrity, honesty and hard work, who has the passion and desire to see things done in the spirit of excellence. In May 2002, Cavell Samuels graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee, where he majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Psychology. During his time at TSU, Cavell had a paid internship with the United States Department of Justice (Office of the United States Attorney-Middle District of Tennessee) as a clerk typist. In 2008, Cavell was ordained a Deacon and currently serves as such. In addition to the above Cavell has also served in 2004 his state civically through the Governor’s Juvenile Justice Commission, appointed by former Wisconsin governor Jim Doyle.
Cavell was also employed by Kenosha County from March 2005 to June 2017. In November 2014, Cavell founded Kingdom First Consulting, LLC, whose main aim is to provide training, fellowship opportunities and resources for those who are involved in areas of providing ministry assistance through administration in churches and ministries. In January 2015, Cavell received certification as a Church Administrator from the International Association of Certified Church Administrators. In June 2017, Cavell accepted a position with Center for Urban Teaching as a Talent Recruiter. In 2019, Cavell transitioned to the Mission Advancement and Operations Team.
Personally, Cavell is married to the former Shiraune Adora Thompson, and is the proud father of his daugher, Kerrington Isabella Samuels. Cavell’s main desire is that the will of the Lord be done in all areas of his life, and in the lives of others, according to St. Matthew chapter six, verse ten: “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.”