Singers

Patti Malcolm

Award winning Recording artists and composer. A show woman of artistry and culture, producer, stage director, artistic Director, a lead vocalist for several industrial shows, theatre productions, and a promoter for the Latin Culture. Patti is in continuous motion directing and performing across US, and abroad. Through her remarkable and diverse talent Patti has been established as a well-known artist and has earned recognition and awards from the media and several organizations. Patti is Founder and Executive General Director for Proart Interlatin USA, a non-profit organization dedicated to spread cultural information about music and the arts. Patti has been featured in Univision “lo mejor de lo nuestro” the best of ours,and has received the Entertainment Award by La Prensa in San Antonio. Cd’s Los mejores boleros y baladas, Querido amor, México Tradicional, Romantic Evening, México te canta (original music).

Celeste Elizabeth

Celeste began her musical journey singing in front of the TV and for her family at eight years of age out of pure fascination for the art. She sang in her first talent show in the 4th grade and has pursued her passion for music ever since. She has continued to sing in school talent shows, plays and choirs at every opportunity. After singing and performing in William J. Brennan's High School Choir concerts and starring as 'Frenchie" in the Theatre program's Grease, she went on to star at Sea World's KeRe Groove. She then worked with an indie-folk band Vintage Attire playing concerts including San Antonio Folk Life Festival and other venues.

After high school, Celeste broadened her musical horizons writing songs and recording her own tracks and performing on Daytime at 9. She has been singing as a special guest at clubs like Bier Garten, Drink Texas and, McFinnigan's Pub while personally expanding on her writing and singing skills.

Celeste's aspirations are to start a non profit organization assisting the less fortunate and those with mental illnesses to recognize their divinity and create building blocks to succeed through exploration of art. She plans to further expand on her talents and is constantly looking for opportunities to express her love for the art of singing and performing.

Jake Bomgaars

Jake picked up the guitar at 8 and began writing his own music shortly after. His passion and training has opened opportunities to play in countless venues across the Hill Country, including restaurants, weddings, private parties, events, and music festivals. Since 2013, Jake has produced an album entitled "Head On - EP", which was showcased and promoted to top hits of Noise Trade shorty after its release. Jake’s hardworking personality and motivation continues to push him towards new levels within the musical community. Currently, he is recording a different styled album that should be released in 2016.

Navarra Williams

With over 30 years of leadership and business experience, Navarra R. Williams joined SAMMinistries in August of 2007 as President and CEO. With many years of volunteer and board of director positions with several local non-profits, his service to the community compliments his business and leadership abilities giving him a well-rounded approach to the service of the homeless. In 2009, Williams was recognized by CPS Energy and presented an “Amazing Energy” Award in the field of Community Service.

Williams and his SAMMinistries team have developed several new ministries including a very successful Homeless Prevention Program and a Workforce Development Program for homeless men and women. Recently, SAMMinistries was awarded its seventh consecutive 4-star rating by Charity Navigator, the highest level ranking provided by the leading charity evaluator in the United States. Only 2% of the thousands of charities rated by Charity Navigator have achieved this status.

Navarra has been active in all aspects of the San Antonio community. From The Carver Academy, where he worked with David Robinson to create an innovative school for underprivileged children, to his instrumental work in helping to generate 5,000 new jobs for major corporations such as Boeing and Lockheed Martin during the Kelly Air Force Base conversion, Navarra has strived to improve the lives of the citizens of San Antonio. Williams also chaired the campaign for the Carver Complex which raised $6 million for capital improvements to the Carver Community Cultural Center and the Little Carver Civic Center. Prior to joining SAMMinistries, Navarra worked for 23 years in several markets including San Antonio, as an executive in the cable television industry. Navarra recently won the American Sunrise “Song Slam” competition by singing two songs and was voted the winner by the audience that evening.

He earned a Bachelor of Science Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude from the University of Baltimore and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Indianapolis.


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