Brother Deogory Harris was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and was added to the church in March 1977 under the Leadership of Dr. W. F. Washington of the New Golden Heights Church of Christ. Bro. Harris began his pursuit for higher education in 1979 while matriculating at South Western Christian College in Terrell Texas as well as Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA where he studied business. After college, Brother Harris felt compelled to use his education while serving his country, so in 1983 he enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served 10 years as a military Law Enforcement Officer and 13 years as an Equal Employment Opportunity supervisor, investigating command level and high profile Unlawful Discrimination complaints for the Air Force. During this time period, Brother Harris excelled in his military career and managed to gain an extensive background in Employment Law, separating himself as one of the premier Air Force Mediators and Conflict Resolution Specialist. He was formally recognized and lauded for his high resolution rate, which saved the Air Force millions of dollars in future litigation and court costs. Brother Harris has been educated in quite a few military academic schools, civilian colleges and universities specializing in areas of Leadership, Strategic Management, Conflict management, Criminal Justice, Social Science, and Business Administration to name a few. In 2005, Brother Harris was honorably discharged from the Air Force after almost 23 years of distinguished military service. Currently, Brother Harris works as a Federal Mediator, Alternative Dispute Resolution expert and a Federal Investigator for the Office of Resolution Management, Washington, D.C. bureau. Brother Harris is also the founder and CEO of FAMCOS, (Five Avenues Mentoring and Community Outreach Services Inc.), which is a non-profit 501(c)(3) © organization. The organization provides one-on-one mentoring and tutoring services to at-risk youth throughout various local communities. He is happily married to the lovely Kim Ward-Harris, and has three children… Deogory, Brittney, his bonus daughter Latoya, and one granddaughter, Pharah Joi . One of Brother Harris’s favorite bible passages is Romans 8:35-39.