Earlie M. Givens II
Executive Director, Founder
Serves as Founder and Executive Director of M.O.V.E.  He is a native of Brunswick, GA and a graduate of DeVry University where he received his Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronics.  Mr. Givens fulfills many roles:  Man of God, Husband, Father, Mentor and hard worker.  He is a powerfully anointed motivational speaker with a vision for empowering men; especially those who are incarcerated or who are juvenile delinquents.  He believes in empowering through the Word of God by developing men educationally and working to strengthen them economically.  His Biblical approach is to speak truth to remove the veils of deception from the eyes of men allowing Christ to enter their hearts.  Mr. Givens believes that while society classifies some men as hoodlums and thugs, anyone can be transformed through the power of God’s Word and with the help of mentoring and positive brotherhood.

Earlie is the proud husband of Natisha Givens, and a devoted father to two precious little ladies Destiny, and D’Aysia.  Earlie is described by many as a unique warrior for the Trinity.

Natisha Givens
Corporate Secretary, Co-Founder

Serves as Co-Founder and Corporate Secretary for M.O.V.E.  She is a native of Bluefield, West Virginia and resides in Charlotte, NC with her wonderful husband, Earlie M. Givens, II, with whom she shares two beautiful daughters, D’Aysia, and Destiny.  She has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with specializations in Management and Computer Science and a Master of Science Degree in Information Systems.  Natisha is employed at a local college with a teaching workload mixture of computer application courses and business related courses. She has been with her current employer since 2004, and has been teaching since 2002.

Natisha has a desire to help men, women, and children who are affected by the rising number of prison inmates. She believes that not only do those that are incarcerated need encouragement, but she sees a great need to bring encouragement and support to the families of those who are incarcerated.