TRAVON T. JACKSON
President and Managing Director
Mr. Jackson leads BlueLight's corporate strategy and coordinates all client and funder relations. Mr. Jackson also leads the design, financial analysis and fund management practices at BlueLight.
Education - Morehouse College (Urban Planning & Economics), FINRA (Series 7 & Series 63 Licensure)
JEFF A. BONILLA
Vice President and Managing Director
Mr. Bonilla oversees the day-to-day operations of BlueLight including client services and program management. Property management services, emerging opportunities and strategic acquisitions are also coordinated by Mr. Bonilla.
Education - Morehouse College (Business Administration & Sales)
JUSTIN D. MYERS, ESQ
Mr. Myers provides strategic insight and governing guidance as necessary and material across all BlueLight projects, clients and initiatives. Strategic partnerships and long-run financial sustainability are also overseen by Mr. Myers.
Education - University at Albany (Juris Doctor)
Mr. Harvin directs all art, curation and marketing efforts on behalf of BlueLight initiatives and client deliverables. Mr. Harvin also produces fine art collateral including logos, graphics and curated gallery shows for BlueLight clientele.
Education - Fine Arts (Acrylic, Spray Paint, Sculpture, Muralism, Stenciling & Sketching)
STRIVING TO DEVELOP A NEW WORLD
BlueLight Development Group is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation headquartered in Albany, NY. We are a tax-exempt development consulting firm specializing in financial analysis, space design and strategic planning. We strive to develop a new world for disadvantaged communities.
Our Purpose is to preserve the social, financial, and historical prosperity of disadvantaged communities throughout New York State.
Our Mission is to provide innovative development solutions to charitable organizations, corporations, and individuals who serve disadvantaged communities with notable concentrations of people of color and systemic developmental shortcomings.
Our Vision is a strengthened network of community-focused organizations, corporations, and individuals who deploy innovative development strategies to preserve and actively support the social, financial, and historical prosperity of disadvantaged communities throughout New York State.