NCCD Corporation/North County Community Development Corporation is a nonprofit organization headquartered in St. Louis, MO. Our corporation was established to extend a helping hand to others through our broad range of assistance programs. We have a team of skilled and dedicated individuals whose hearts are focused on conducting organization projects that will help the community. From youth programs to financial planning seminars, we do it.
Our Organization’s Board of Directors
Meet the individuals behind the organization projects of NCCD Corporation/North County Community Development Corporation. Our team led by Rev. Harold Austin (owner/CEO/president) is committed to offering referral services to the residents of St. Louis, MO. Scroll through to learn more about our board of directors!
Rev. Harold Austinis the Founder, President/CEO of NCCD Corporation. He is a retired Operations Officer from US Bank after 45 years of banking.
Rev. Austin is the Pastor of New Community Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. He is Auditor for the Berean Missionary Baptist District Association.
He is a former member of Focus Kids, member of Jennings School Board of Education serving as President; member of the Missouri School Board Association; member of the National School Board Association; member of the National Black Caucus of School Board Members; member of St. Louis County NAACP; and a member of Missouri Black Chamber of Commerce.
Ashley Moore is the Chief Operating Officer for NCCD Corporation. She is a proud native of St. Louis, MO. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Pace University in New York. After graduation Ashley returned to her hometown of St. Louis and worked as an assistant teacher at a Montessori pre-school. During this time Ashley also began working as a servant leader intern for the Beyond Housing Children Defense Fund 's Freedom School. Ashley recently graduated from St. Louis University School of Law with her Juris Doctorate. While a student at St. Louis University School of Law, Ashley was awarded the Community Service Award as well as the David Grant Clinic Student Award.
Ashley served as the secretary for the Public Interest Law Group and the Black Law Students Association. She is very passionate about child advocacy, advocating for the indigent community, and education.
Kapree Gravesis the Chief Financial Officer for NCCD. She has spent the last 24 years as a school counselor and educator. She advocates for children/youth and families in need. She provides many resources for housing, education, and family support. She enjoys being involved with community organizations that assist struggling families.
Terry L. Wilson, Sr. 37 years old, married to LaChrista Wilson and father to Terry Wilson, Jr. and Logan Wilson. Mr. Wilson is currently employed as the Manager for Beyond Housing’s Family Support Center in Pagedale, MO and also serves as Development Director of the North County Community Development Corporation. A 501c3 organization with a mission to improve the quality of life for individuals and families by being a resource for self-empowerment. We are committed to helping individuals and families by providing essential supportive services through referrals necessary to become productive citizens of the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Mr. Wilson is also the Co-Founder of The Bonita Scott Colon Cancer Fund-that was created to raise awareness of Colon Cancer in the African American community of St. Louis, working in collaboration with the Colon Cancer Alliance of St. Louis. Terry is a proud alum of Lincoln University of Mo. In 2018 Terry was honored the Distinguished Young Alumni Award at the Lincoln University National Alumni Convention.
In 2010 Mr. Wilson was elected to the Jennings School Board and is currently serving his 3rd term on the board. In April 2017 Terry was elected to the Jennings City Council Ward 2 then re-elected in 2019 for another term.
In 2014 Terry was recognized by North County Inc as a recipient of the Top 30 under 30 awards for dedication to service and education in the Jennings School District. While serving as President of the Jennings School Board the school district made one of the biggest comebacks as an urban district and becoming fully accredited by the Missouri Department of Education.
Mr. Wilson is a proud member of The Epsilon Lambda Graduate Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and also is a member of 100 Black Men of St. Louis.
Jeanetta M. Stegall is the Secretary for NCCD Corporation. She is a mother, sister, daughter, friend and Christian. She is a retired school administrator and special education teacher serving 32 years with the St. Louis Public Schools. She feels at this point in her life, she is discovering the importance of empowering others. She believes this tool is far and above the best gift to give to anyone and oddly enough she feels empowered after doing so. It involves trust and faith.
Minister D’Wayne Elliott is a board member for NCCD Corporation. He is a minister of 15 years and is currently the Pastor for the Body of Christ Christian Ministries which is a new and developing ministry in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Formally he was a substitute teacher in the Normandy School District. Min. Elliott is a motivational speaker and life coach with 5 years of experience. He has a background in sales for the last 15 years with a degree in business with the focus on organizational leadership. Formally he worked with the Department of Corrections for Kansas City as a mentor for prisoners in their reentry program. Min. Elliott was on the board for the Kansas East Jurisdiction Church of God in Christ for youth ministry in which he started the youth leadership program. Currently, Minister Elliott serves as Chaplin of St. Louis County.
Elmus Miller is a board member for NCCD Corporation with responsibilities to seek food banks and other organizations to provide nonperishable and perishable items for our clients. He is a retired Operations Manager for a local trucking company.
He has also had positions as a substitute teacher in Districts within the St. Louis metropolitan area, and a teacher in the O’Fallon Township High School. He has 35 years of experience with Food for the Hungry programs within the Missouri and Kansas community. Mr. Miller was President of the Northland Diversity Council bringing all nationalities together to better the Kansas and Missouri community.
Yolanda Austin is the Director of Operations for NCCD Corporation. She is a retired school administrator and special education teacher/supervisor after serving 31 years with the St. Louis Public Schools. She is a member of New Community Fellowship MB Church, Jennings, MO. She served as secretary for 8 years with the Berean District Ministers Wives and Widows.
Yolanda is a board member/treasurer with Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, Inc. an organization with a commitment to helping families and communities to prevent the conditions of poverty for future generations.
Also, she serves as President to the Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. Cardinal Chapter, a nonprofit educational, humanitarian organization with objectives to include a focus on youth, improving the status of women, service to senior citizens, community beautification and community partnerships. Mrs. Austin represented the residents of the City of Jennings as a Councilwoman for 8 years and now serves as the Mayor of the City of Jennings, MO.
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