Tamiko Consuela Jones is the Executive Director-Treasurer of Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas and serves on staff at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield, Texas.
She appreciates all opportunities to minister to God’s people and has participated in foreign missions (Japan, East Africa, Mexico), as a workshop facilitator for several Baptist state conventions, and as a consulting Minister of Education with the Riverwest Community Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She completed Leadership Texas Baptists as a member of Cohort #2 in 2017 and has served in various capacities with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, including as member and vice chair of the Resolutions Committee. In 2016 and 2017, she served as workshop facilitator and featured afternoon speaker for the LifeWay Black Church Leadership & Family Conference in Ridgecrest, NC.
Through her initial involvement with Sisters Who Care (SWC – the WMU affinity group focused on African American engagement) as a workshop facilitator, Tamiko has continued ministry through WMU missions efforts and appointments, serving as the chairperson of the African American Advisory Council of SWC, a member of the WMU of TX Legacy Promotions Team, and as a workshop facilitator for various events involving adults and teenaged girls. On October 6, 2017, with a unanimous vote, Tamiko Jones was elected as the Executive Director-Treasurer of Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas.
As a member of the Board of Trustees of East Texas Baptist University (Marshall, TX) and the Board of Advocates for the Diana Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University, Jones has been given the opportunity to share her academic, ministerial and life experiences with others developing a path of life towards their purpose. She finds her greatest joy in moments of mentoring and coaching those seeking to understand the calling on their lives.
She has earned a Master of Arts degree in Christian Education from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX and is a current doctoral candidate for the Ph.D. in Leadership/Ministry at DBU. A native of Ninety Six, South Carolina, Jones graduated from Ninety Six High School and the summer high school program with the South Carolina Governor’s School at The College of Charleston, in Charleston, SC. After graduating from North Carolina A&T State University in 1997 with a BS in Electrical Engineering, she began her career with Motorola, Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas as a Junior Engineer. Upon completing her MBA at the University of Dallas in 2001, she progressed through the ranks into various leadership positions with Motorola and Nokia Siemens Networks, with project concentrations in Mexico & Asia. She is a member of the Arlington Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Tamiko’s prayer each day is that she is a faithful steward of the gifts the Lord has given and that she grasps those opportunities God provides to equip others to fulfill God’s kingdom-building purpose for their lives.