Marcell Copeland is a community organizer and a dynamic speaker. He has previously served his neighborhood as a community safety expert, training residents and block clubs on how to do community policing. Marcell assists with the day-to-day operations of M.A.N. (Maintaining A Neighborhood) Network, a non-profit organization serving the Northeast side of Detroit by providing community safety, community strength, and community support. Marcell previously worked as community patrol coordinator and dispatcher for the St. John Providence Health & Safety Initiative, Safe Routes to School Initiative, and the Detroit Youth Violence Prevention Initiative. In addition to his community safety efforts Marcell is also a founding board member of the Osborn Neighborhood Alliance, a governance board supported by the Skillman Foundation that partners with the community to make sure kids are safe, healthy, well-educated and prepared for adulthood. Marcell currently enjoys employment at Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan where helps to advance the mission teaching young people three crucial lessons: personal financial responsibility, workforce readiness and entrepreneurial thinking. Marcell Copeland received his ministry license in November 2012 from New Covenant Of Peace World Impact Ministries under the authority of Bishop Tony Russell and Pastor Valerie Russell, senior pastors.