About the Founder & CEO
TAMICE NAMAE SPENCER
Tamice Namae Spencer graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies and Advertising. She has since been in full-time ministry, having served thousands of young adults and college students.
Tamice co-founded the Kingdom Collaborative, an Atlanta-based collective of likeminded HBCU campus ministry practitioners while serving on full-time staff with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship as the Associate Area Director of HBCU Planting & Strategy. She planted ministries at six HBCU campuses in the southeast, including Spelman College, Morehouse College, and Clark Atlanta University.
Tamice is a thought-leader on matters related to ministry to Black College students, Hip-Hop and Urban Apologetics, Cultural Exegesis, effective campus engagement, racial reconciliation, and Synoptic Gospel Studies.
She has coined the term “cultural archeopology” to describe her theological work and contributions. 'One who excavates treasure in places no one would dare to look for God and uses what they find to give a defense for the hope found in the gospel of Christ".
Tamice holds two Master's degrees; one in Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College and the other in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Tamice has decided to turn her years of education and ministry leadership into a non-profit organization.
Sub: Culture Incorporated was created with students on the margins in mind and a longing to see them centered, and holistically cared for while on campus.
To cultivate resources and content that will eradicate the spiritual, cultural, academic, and sociological barriers that impede Black College Students and those who want to reach them.
A generation of dynamic and spiritually grounded black leaders who lead the charge of innovation, restoration, and societal change in America.
Everything we do at Sub:Culture is motivated by a desire to glorify Christ, bear witness to Christ and, reconcile the world to Christ.
We believe that it is extremely important to help students develop a Christological paradigm of justice and truth as they navigate the unique societal and cultural issues they are faced with. This means we do not shy away from engaging with and critiquing the culture.
COLLABORATION (CAMPUS, CHURCH & COMMUNITY)
Our organizational decisions, resources, and endeavors are informed by proximity to the university campus, partnership in the community and a desire to collaborate with the local body of believers.
Everything we do is for the sake of tangibly displaying God's love to those who face distinct barriers to recognizing it. From our Student Transition & Relief Fund to our consulting services, we are committed to excellence, hospitality, and kindness.
Educational Guides & Curriculum
Staff & Leadership Training
Workshops & Seminars
Campus/ Young Adult Strategy & Consultation