Rev. Jonathan E. D. Moseley, Sr.

Western Regional Director

Rev. Jonathan E. D. Moseley, Sr. is currently the Interim-President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Action Network and the Western Regional Director which includes; California, Nevada, Arizona and Oregon under the leadership of President and CEO Rev Al Sharpton. Prior to the elevation in October of 2019, he served as Vice President of the Los Angeles Chapter and liaison to the local Unions, community organizations and ecclesiastical organizations. In addition, he has over a decade of work joining both Civil Rights organizations and the church community in the fight against education and health inequality, Police brutality, the homelessness Crisis and bringing statewide legislative policy into law.

Rev. Jonathan E. D. Moseley, Sr. is a Los Angeles native attending and graduating from Audubon Jr. High and Crenshaw High School. He furthered his education at L.A. Valley College where he studied History of Religion and Social Science. He later attended West Los Angele
College and Long Beach College of Business where he studied Business Administration.

Rev. Jonathan E. D. Moseley, Sr. was a National Evangelist in the late 70’s and early 80’s before going to Palo Alto based Sports Agency Asset Financial Group (AFG) that represented athletes in Baseball, Football and Jockeys. This firm represented 6 players on the San Francisco 49’ers first NFL Championship team. He later organized and open several TROOP Club Clothing stores throughout the country before joining and running the Oakland based offices of rapper MC Hammer under the Capitol Records label. In the mid-90’s he was the CEO of his own I.E.M. and Consulting entity that help with EMI artists D’Angelo and Jay-Z’s first projects. In 1996 he joined newly organized Gospel label Gospo-Centric and B-Rite Records that produced Grammy Award winning artist Kirk Franklin & The Family along with Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr Singers, God’s Property and other Gospel artist on the label.

In 1994, he helped move and assisted Bishop Noel N. Jones at the Greater Bethany Community Church before taking the pastoral role at the famed Cornerstone Institutional Baptist Church founded by the late King of Gospel Rev. James Cleveland. He later organized The Ark Of Grace Christian Church for over a decade and served at the Grace Temple Baptist Church. He now serves as Overseer at the Cedar Grove Baptist Church in Los Angeles.