About us

As you'll see, we are a small team. Even still, we have big goals and even bigger dreams! We are fighting racial disparities and injustice through music - building up our communities and lifting up our neighbors.

 

We seek to fight racial injustice and eliminate the racial disparities that have been deeply rooted in the United States for hundreds of years. This injustice has existed long before the COVID-19 crisis took hold, but the pandemic has only underlined the disparate impacts of public health crises on communities of color. Our mission is not only to actively fight against racial injustice that takes place on a daily basis in America, but also to combat and rid our society of the disparities that plague our communities of color. We will continue to fight this fight long after the coronavirus fades into the background.

our team:
Cre McIntyre

Thomas Cre McEntyre is a native of the great silk city of Paterson, NJ. He attended the famous high school from the movie “Lean on Me” - Eastside High.  Since an early age, he developed a passion and love for music and poetry and wrote his first song at the age of 14.  

Thomas is best known as Prince or Cre (short for “Creative”), a name his friends gave him as a joke, which stuck. Everyday, if he wasn’t trying to make up songs, he was trying to create a new business, so that's how he got the name Prince Creative (of course there is more to that story).  

Thomas is married to a childhood friend, Debra Smith, and the two now reside in Virginia Beach, VA with their younger children. He and his wife have a company “Equally Yoked Enterprises" which services several areas including entertainment from musical plays and music to book publishing, just to name a few. Most of all, these two have a passion for helping people. Thomas is also the writer and director of the musical-with-a-purpose: “My Life Matters,” a play based on real stories surrounding suicide, depression, sexual abuse, bullying and PTSD. 

Hannah Barber
Sarah Smith

Corporate people manager by day, social justice warrior by night... Hannah is passionate about exploring intersectionality and ensuring that others have every opportunity in life to follow their dreams. As a member of several intersecting marginalized identities herself, she has first-hand experience with surviving (and thriving) despite adversity. 

Hannah has a Bachelor’s of Science from Virginia Tech (Hokie Nation!) and hopes to pursue her Master’s in Business Administration from William & Mary beginning in Fall 2020. She is looking ahead to the future and is optimistic that the reach and impacts of Project One Race United will continue to grow!

As you'll see, we are a small team. Even still, we have big goals and even bigger dreams! We are fighting racial disparities and injustice through music - building up our communities and lifting up our neighbors.

 

We seek to fight racial injustice and eliminate the racial disparities that have been deeply rooted in the United States for hundreds of years. This injustice has existed long before the COVID-19 crisis took hold, but the pandemic has only underlined the disparate impacts of public health crises on communities of color. Our mission is not only to actively fight against racial injustice that takes place on a daily basis in America, but also to combat and rid our society of the disparities that plague our communities of color. We will continue to fight this fight long after the coronavirus fades into the background.

our team:
Cre McEntyre

Founder and Creative Director

cre.mcentyre@projectoneraceunited.org

Thomas Cre McEntyre is a native of the great silk city of Paterson, NJ. He attended the famous high school from the movie “Lean on Me” - Eastside High.  Since an early age, he developed a passion and love for music and poetry and wrote his first song at the age of 14.  

Thomas is best known as Prince or Cre (short for “Creative”), a name his friends gave him as a joke, which stuck. Everyday, if he wasn’t trying to make up songs, he was trying to create a new business, so that's how he got the name Prince Creative (of course there is more to that story).  

Thomas is married to a childhood friend, Debra Smith, and the two now reside in Virginia Beach, VA with their younger children. He and his wife have a company “Equally Yoked Enterprises" which services several areas including entertainment from musical plays and music to book publishing, just to name a few. Most of all, these two have a passion for helping people. Thomas is also the writer and director of the musical-with-a-purpose: “My Life Matters,” a play based on real stories surrounding suicide, depression, sexual abuse, bullying and PTSD. 

Hannah Barber

Corporate people manager by day, social justice warrior by night... Hannah is passionate about exploring intersectionality and ensuring that others have every opportunity in life to follow their dreams. As a member of several intersecting marginalized identities herself, she has first-hand experience with surviving (and thriving) despite adversity. 

Hannah has a Bachelor’s of Science from Virginia Tech (Hokie Nation!) and hopes to pursue her Master’s in Business Administration from William & Mary beginning in Fall 2020. She is looking ahead to the future and is optimistic that the reach and impacts of Project One Race United will continue to grow!

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