“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style”
Tamice Namae Spencer first met Jesus as a 17-year old in Chesapeake, Va. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University where she began to follow Him with a double major Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies and Advertising. At age 22 she felt the call to vocational ministry quite strongly and hasn’t looked back. Tamice has ministered to hundreds of young adults. Her ability to connect with them, as well as her passion for learning, speaking, songwriting, and teaching, have inspired this website.
Tamice is the President and CEO of Sub:Culture Incorporated and co-founder of the Kingdom Collaborative, an atlanta based collective of hbcu ministry practicioners. She served on full-time staff with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship as the Associate Area Director of HBCU Planting & Strategy.
Tamice Specializes in matters related to ministry to African American GEN-Z & millennials, hip-hop and urban apologetics, cultural exegesis and engagement, racial reconciliation, and New Testament studies.
striving to be a thought leader in her generation,
Tamice has coined the term “cultural archeopology” to describe her theological work and contributions. One who excavates treasure in places no one would dare to look for God and uses what she finds to give a defense for the hope found in the gospel of Christ.
She holds a Masters of Arts in Contextual Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College as well as a Masters of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological seminary.
To see African American young adults possess a theological understanding that moves beyond head knowledge toward a reality in their hearts and manifests as an embodied, integrated, and active faith is her greatest desire in life. Tamice believes that when young adults get a hold of this kind of faith, it will increasingly affect their neighbor and their sphere of influence. It will be a faith that results in excellence and fuels black leadership in the United States and abroad.
She is a mommy to Harlym, a Hip-Hop head, a true crime/documentary enthusiast, and a coffee snob.