Wellington Sharpe is a Brooklyn-based Entrepreneur and developer,
who is actively engaged in youth development. He is the founder,
president and CEO, since 1991, of Nelrak
Incorporated. Nelrak Inc. is a Home Health Care and Child
Development of Benjamin Bannaker Mathematics, Science and Technology
Youth Center (BBMSTYC). The services of Nelrak Incorporated include
Day Care, Overnight Care, Early Intervention, Youth Development
and Home and Health Care Services, Training and Equipment Supplies.
BBMSTYC operates through the corporate headquarters of Nelrak
Incorporated at 1057 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.
to the establishment of Nelrak Incorporated, Mr. Wellington Sharpe
served as an administrator (1985 - 1991) at the State University
Hospital, Brooklyn, New York. There he engaged in policy-making,
personnel training and management.
Mr. Sharpe's corporate experience also included employment as
a manager for Service Master (1983 - 1984), employment as a senior
document analyst for Aspen System (1979 - 1980) and employment
as credit authorizer for Franklin Simon (1975 - 1978 ).
Wellington Sharpe also graduated with a bachelors degree (1981)
in business administration from Bernard M. Baruch University,
New York, and with an associate degree in Applied Science from
New York City Community College, 1979.
At Bernard M. Baruch University, Mr. Sharpe majored in International
Business. At New York Community College he majored in Marketing
and Management . Mr. Wellington Sharpe's educational and Professional
background also includes one year of Theological Studies at Jamaica
Theological Seminary, Jamaica WI. Ordainment for Church Ministry,
Church of Gospel Ministry Inc. , April 1982. Certified family
counseling and Hypnologist, Hyponodyne Foundation, July 1992,
Certificate in Tropical Agriculture, London, England, February
addition to active involvement in education and health care through
Nelrak Incorporated, Mr. Wellington Sharpe is a strongly committed
to the socio-economic, political and cultural development of the
Brooklyn Community. He has been very active in this regard.
"W.S entrepeneur accepting his award for Caribbean
American Chamber Of Commerce and
Industry, Inc. (C.A.C.C.I). (L) Dr. Roy Hostick, President and
(R) Derrick Broom, Chairman."
Sharpe is the co-founder and treasurer of the Carribean-African-American
Council and an active member of the Lions Club, East Brooklyn
Chapter. The Carribean-African-American Council is an organization
geared towards youth empowerment and socio-economic, political
and cultural development in the Brooklyn Community. Mr. Sharpe
serves on the Community Advisory Board of the Kings County Hospital
and Caledonian Hospital in Brooklyn, where he also serves on the
part of his continuing effort in contributing towards youth development,
Mr. Wellington Sharpe has contributed his time, professional expertise,
corporate and personal resources towards the growth of the Benjamin
Bannaker Mathematics, Science and Technology Youth Center. (BBMSTYC).
BBMSTYC is a non profit organization with enrichment programs
geared towards preparing minority youth for leadership, as well
as, the professions in scientific and technical fields.
As president and co-founder of BBMSTYC, Mr. Sharpe is appealing
to you to join BBMSTYC in its effort to to help develop a diversified
workforce trained to meet the scientific challenges of the future,
and to motivate your youth in the direction of productive citizenry.
We welcome your tax-deductible cash /kind donations and assistance
or professional service in helping BBMSTYC to achieve its goals.