Antoinette Titus – Chief Executive Officer: Antoinette is a visionary, Chief Executive Officer and a board member. In the Spirit Entertainment, LLC and In the Spirit Entertainment Foundation She is also an entrepreneur and an advocate for the arts and Health and wellness with a passion to inspire change for greater possibilities for all man-kind. She is a high school graduate of Booker T. Washington Performing Arts of Dallas, Texas, and studied drama and dance. Antoinette also attended Dallas Baptist University, American Intercontinental University, and Cedar Valley Community College where she majored in both Arts and Business Administration. Antoinette has worked in Law enforcement for over 20 years as a project leader with many certifications such as, Texas notary, Texas certified health agent, State of Texas Private Security Commission and the Law Enforcement Commission NCIC/TCIC. Business: In 1999, Antoinette assisted in creating the Black Chamber of Commerce in Irving, Texas where she is an original board member.In 2004, she assisted Chief CW Burruss in creating the Cedar Hill ISD Police Department for the Cedar Hill ISD that reduced the crime rate to an all-time low in the district. Her department was touted as one of the safest school districts and best-managed police departments in the State of Texas.Entrepreneur: Founder and CEO of 3C's Maid and Janitorial Service in Irving Texas, was the first minority female cleaning company to win multi contracts with the Dallas Cowboy Stadium Association, City of Irving along with a HUB certification in DFW area. Antoinette is also the CEO of Atituco Management Company that specializes in offering services to strategic clients and areas.Community Service: Antoinette was a 1982 Debutante of the Jack and Jill Society of Dallas, Texas and a 2008 member of Alpha Chi Phi Omega Fraternity and Sorority with a current Epistolean position. She is also a 15 year advocate member of NAACP, member of the Potter’s House Church (Bishop TD Jakes) and serves on the professional ministry team. From 2006-2010, she served as project leader on multiple projects for the Concord Church of Dallas, Texas (also a member) and lead the vision for the "Baby Shower Project" that partnered with DISD, OCBF Church, and affiliates, which grew to be one of the largest baby shower projects in Texas in assisting and benefiting a plethora of multi-cultural families.