Who is valencia black?
For seven years, she worked as a community organizer for a network of over 30 small to mid-sized churches in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties. Her duties included training community volunteers in the art of community organizing and providing computer literacy training. From this career, she went on to work as a vocational education instructor teaching computer literacy and business application suites on personal and Macintosh computers. She also taught parent and volunteer training at local elementary schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. She took a break from teaching technology, and she went on to teach academic subjects for nearly seven years which included GED test preparation, Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) preparation classes, Basic English, Reading, and mathematics through a federally funded job training center. She had a rewarding and challenging career teaching, adults, parents, and then young adults between the ages of 16 and 24. Now, she is excited about continuing to teach these age groups, younger, older adults, and children in Black Israelite History as an educational service provider through Valencia Black Educational Services (VBES). Valencia Black also works in ministry as a volunteer counselor and prayer leader.