Jemar Tisby
Jemar Tisby
Co-Founder - President - Editor

Jemar Tisby

Jemar is the President and Co-Founder of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN) where he blogs about theology, race, and culture. He has written for outlets such as Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, and Urban Faith. Jemar helps coordinate the African American Leadership Initiative (AALI), at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters of Divinity degree from RTS in Jackson. Jemar is a member of Redeemer Church, PCA, and is married with one child.
Beau York
Beau York
Producer - Pass The Mic

Beau York

After seven years of a dedicated career in telecommunications marketing and product development, Beau took a step back when the needs of his family called. Unable to stay stagnant for long, he founded the Podastery Network. The mission was simple: provide listeners with highly engaging content that surpassed traditional radio in both quality and consistency. Beau joined the RAANetwork team in the Fall of 2013.
Elodie Quetant
Elodie Quetant
Managing Editor, Visuals

Elodie Quetant

Elodie Quetant joins RAAN as the Managing Editor. Quetant was born in St. Maarten to Haitian parents, and grew up in Florida. She currently resides in Toronto, where she finished her BA in Professional Writing degree at York University. She serves with the organization Fight for Freedom, which holds regular strip club outreach in the hopes of locating and freeing sex slaves.
Tyler Burns
Tyler Burns
Co-Host, Pass The Mic

Elodie Quetant

Tyler Burns is co-host of the weekly RAAN podcast, Pass The Mic. He is the as assistant pastor of New Dimensions Christian Center in Pensacola, Fl. He has a burning desire for the relevance of the Gospel in the lives of young people, generational appreciation and the redemption of all the arts for the glory of God.