Our Team

Aaron Juniper, PhD

Executive Director


Tony Grimes

Chairman of the Board

Owner of Tony Grimes Photography and 29 Inc. LP

Tony Grimes is the owner of Tony Grimes Photography and 29 Inc. LP, which is serves the community with its Public Relations, Advertising and Large Format Graphic needs.

Tony is grateful and proud to be Chairman of the Board for J&B Outreach. As a board member of J&B Outreach, Tony has participated in several events sponsored by our organization including presentations at Irving Houston Middle School on Character Building from Dec. 2012 until May of 2013.

Tony is a product of Knoxville Tennessee Fulton High School and Middle Tenn. State University. He has been very asserting in community service through his service within J&B Outreach, The Irving - Carrollton NAACP, and as a Deacon at Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church. He truly believes and lives by the J&B Outreach Motto, "Your Circumstance doesn't have to be Your Conclusion."


Michael Davis

Board Member

President of Genesis WW Sports Management Group, LLC

Founder of MBK Management Group

A native and resident of Berkeley, California, Michael Davis has experience as a professional athlete, as well as a black belt martial arts instructor in Tae Kwon Do. A student-athlete on scholarship at University of California at Berkeley, he graduated with a BS degree in Business Administration with honors in finance and marketing. A three-year starter for the Golden Bears football team, he was elected Captain in his senior year. Upon graduation in 1994, he tried out as a free agent in the NFL. For the next two years he played in the Canadian Football League as an outside linebacker.

A recipient of several honors, 1994 he received the Louise Patterson African-Male Award for the Most Outstanding Student-Athlete at UC Berkeley. In 1995, he received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellowship Award to attend Northeastern University, where he subsequently received his MBA degree in Finance and Investment

In 1997, Mr. Davis was hired by Texas Instruments (TI) to be a part of the world renowned Financial Development Program. As a financial manager within the program, Mr. Davis worked around the world at various TI sites implementing and managing financial controls and strategies.

In 1999, Mr Davis was a headline panelist at the 29th Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. The purpose of the panel was to expand on the critical knowledge that "credit unions bring power and wealth to the community." Other panelist included: Yolanda Wheat, Former National Credit Union Association Board member; Michael Hale, President/CEO of Langley Federal Credit Union; Rita Haynes, CEO/Manager of Faith Community United Credit Union and Congresspersons Barbara Lee - California and Stephen Tubbs Jones - Ohio

In 1998, Mr. Davis created the business consultant firm that is known to be My Brother's Keeper Management Group (MBK Management Group). In 2004, MBK was profiled in the Dallas Morning News as the leading sport management company in the Dallas Metroplex area. In 2011, Mr. Davis was profiled in D CEO Magazine as most valuable adviser. In order to improve the educational services of our children nationwide, Mr. Davis in 2010 leveraged his relationship with prominent professional athletes to develop the Genesis character development program.

A federal and state securities licensed broker with FINRA, he works in conjunction with Money Concepts Capital Corporation and is a Certified Funds Specialist (CFS).

The president of Genesis WW Sports Management Group, LLC, he heads the firm's financial planning and business management departments.


Shannon C. Barnes

Board Member

USMC Retiree

Member of Metroplex Sports Officials & Fort Worth Football Officials Association

Shannon Barnes born in 1968, attended and graduated from Skyline Career Development Center in 1986. Had the intent of being a television camera operator upon graduation from high school, but joined the United States Marine Corps instead. During my enlisted of about 13 years, I developed a passion to help people through my administrative skills. I began to read literature on writing development, Human Resources policies, Customer Service interaction, Interview techniques, Public

Speaking, etc. After the Gulf War, I realized that the military had changed and so did I.

Began coaching Pop Warner Little League Football with Oak Cliff Redskins (Flag Team) in about 2005/ 2006 until 2010.

Coached in Adult Men's Basketball League, Dallas VA 2000-2004 (League Champions) "FedEx Crew" Member of Metroplex Sports Officials & Fort Worth Football Officials Association