Task Force

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Angelique Jones

DEI Director

Angelique Jones is a multi-million dollar producing agent serving Florida’s Space Coast. Helping people is her passion and customer service is her top priority, offering every client a 5 Star experience. She's been honored to serve on both the KW National & South Florida Regional Social Equity Task Forces, in addition to being the DEI Chair for the Melbourne Market Center. She's served on the Associate Leadership Council for 3 years enjoying teaching and mentoring new agents to help them reach their goals. She’s a 5 Time BOLD Graduate and has also received her Market center Cultural Ambassador Award 2 consecutive years (2019 & 2020). Outside of real estate her greatest accomplishment is being the proud mother of incredible twins Gabriel and Mariah who is also a licensed Realtor with Keller Williams.

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Stephen Greenidge

DEI Director

Stephen Greenidge has been serving the buyers and sellers of South Florida for over 15 years. His special brand of service has made him stand out amongst his peers.  Stephen’s extensive experience and commitment to giving the best customer service, has made him the Realtor of choice for many of South Florida’s buyers and sellers, and keeps them coming back to him time and again. In his almost 10 years with Keller Williams Realty, he has served many roles, including Productivity Coach, Interim Team Leader as well as serving many times on his market center's ALC committee. He's been honored to serve on both the National and Regional Social Equity Task Forces and to use his leadership skills to affect change in our offices and communities.

South Florida Regional Social Equity Task Force


GPS Goal: To make Keller Williams the #1 workplace for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion across all industries in South Florida

Priority #1: Be the resource for DEI training and development for our associates and the communities we serve.


Strategy 1: Analyze the associate demographics of the market centers in the region and the communities the market centers serve to ensure we are meeting the needs of the entire community.


Strategy 2: Deliver training on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion on how to have the conversations in a larger context using the Code of Ethics, Fair Housing, NAR, and other internally developed or externally available programs.


Strategy 3: Deliver training on the availability of various home buyer tools and assistance programs through internal courses or courses that are available through outside resources.


Strategy 4: Advocacy with state, local, and municipal government officials as to the importance of affordable housing, the tools to support it, and the methods of execution.


Strategy 5: Grow a diverse group of KWU Approved Trainers by explaining the value proposition of KWU and ensuring that the training programs are available, and the requirements are explained.


Priority #2: Build Wealth among our black agents through Homeownership, Business Development, and Investments


Strategy 1: Create a homeownership plan for our agents with special incentives from our vendor partners and a savings plan through our Market Centers


Strategy 2: Run a Business Development Series throughout our Region focused on Agent Financials and how to run your real estate business as a real profitable business


Strategy 3: Create a Path to Leadership speaker series marketed to our black associates to show them what it takes to be in Leadership with KW


Strategy 4: Encourage Market Centers to maintain a list of minority agents interested in leadership roles within KW


Strategy 5: Run a training series: Guide to creating wealth through Investments and Passive income


Priority #3: Impact 1,500 black families in the South Florida Region through Homeownership Opportunities, Real Estate Career Opportunities, and Mentorship


Strategy 1: Establish a Regional Social Equity Director to oversee the implementation of the Social Equity programs


Strategy 2: Work with 500 black families to purchase a home through homeownership assistance programs in our local community


Strategy 3: Work with 250 black families to purchase a home through our National KW Homeownership assistance program sponsored by the Social Equity Fund


Strategy 4: Assist 250 Individuals in the black community to create a profitable real estate career through funding and education Strategy 5: Leverage KWKC to leverage 500 black youths (Ages 14-24)

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