Entrepreneur *Speaker *Activist*Talk Show Host*Executive Producer
James T. Muhammad is highly organized, extremely focused, always striving and deeply committed. He is one of the principle owners of the Hempstead, New York based MMCG Construction Corp. MMCG Construction Corp. is dedicated to revitalizing underdeveloped communities and providing opportunities for residents to learn and earn. James Muhammad, affectionately known as Brother James, is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience in the security industry and commercial and residential real estate.
The Brooklyn, New York native, Bro. James made his mark in the entertainment industry when his company Brothers Security Inc. secured the on location sets and celebrity entertainers during filming videos and TV commercials for over 300 productions. He even secured a role as the opening minister in the iconic film Belly. He parlayed his organizational and management expertise into securing residential properties and educational institutions.
Bro. James harnessed his leadership skills as a Captain in the New York Army National Guard. His deep commitment to providing community service and his great desire to improve the lifestyles of the inner-city youth lead him to organizing and participating in the Stop the Killing rallies, manhood training programs, the recent Peace in the Street initiative and the Black Jobs Matter movement which he is also one of the co-founders.
Bro. James continues his community outreach with The Keys 107 Network.com. He is the co-founder, executive producer and co-host of the exciting Internet radio broadcast with his wife Rafika Soaries. Together they have produced over 450 shows. The Keys 107 Network.com is a powerful self-help radio broadcast that is extremely focused on helping people move to the next level in their life.
Bro. James holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Dowling College, a B.S. in Security System from Farmingdale University, and post graduate certification in School Business Administration from Stony Brook University.
James T. Muhammad currently lives in Long Island, New York with his wife Rafika and son Sadat.