Arnetta Lockett Phillips is a Community Advocate, she has always had a heart and a passion for helping others, As Community work has been instilled in her from a little child from her Grandmother Della M. Lockett. Arnetta attended Hillsborough High School-Tampa, Fl. In 1982 Arnetta Attended Florida A & M University-Tallahassee, Fl. where she studies Pollical Science Business management and education, Associate of Science. Qualified for the USA Track and Field Olympic team in 1980. Arnetta Phillips developed the curriculum of T. E. E. T. C. H. (Touching Economical Emotion Through Christ Healing) a community program to help families holistically and spiritually decrease recidivism from incarceration. For the past 14 years, Arnetta has Volunteer as the Director of Community Outreach services for Shiloh Temple International Ministry, she is also a license Minister with the Minnesota, Wisconsin, Dakota’s District Council (MWDDC) Under the leadership of Diocesan Richard D. Howell Jr. of the Pentecostal Assembly of the World INC. (PAW).In 2011, Arnetta Commanded a local team of 50+ members on a large scale during the North side of Minneapolis Community Tornado Disaster. She is always the “Go-To” person that provides customer service support to the public regarding health/health code violation, Financial Literacy Education/Training, Housing/Housing emergency assistant, Parenting, Employment, and counseling. She has served on Community Organization such as Arnetta Lockett Phillips (continued)
Board Chair of Minneapolis Meals on Wheels, Minneapolis Chief of Police Advisory Committee, Asst. Track Coach at Patrick Henry High School, in Minneapolis. Board of St. Paul Pioneer Football League, just to name a few.
Arnetta received her certification in Family Innocence Restorative Circle Mediation and Prepared Enrichment on January 3rd, 2021. Where she is now prepared to keeping families out of court and restoring marriages and families.
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