Antoine Joyce-Roach

Senior Vice President/City Leader, ASP of Dallas


Antoine is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and, as Senior Vice President/City Leader of the All Stars Project (ASP) of Dallas, he is responsible for the continued development and innovation of ASP’s development through performance approach and for broadening and deepening its influence within the nonprofit, education and youth development sectors. A dynamic bridge builder, Antoine has introduced Afterschool Development to a diverse array of public and private partners, including Dallas College. He also serves as board co-chair of Dallas Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation, as the Racial Healing Committee chair and as Chair of the South Oak Cliff High School NAF Academies Advisory Board.

As co-chair of the Program Fidelity Council, he is responsible for assuring program quality across the organization, including the ongoing evolution and advancement of assessment policies and procedures and the use of outcomes in the design and implementation of staff training. Additionally, Antoine works closely with the founder of ASP’s Performance Lab on the design and implementation of local, regional and national bridge-building and creative development initiatives. One of those initiatives, Operation Conversation, is being used by Fortune 500 companies across the country interested in integrating Operation Conversation as part of their diversity and inclusion efforts.

Building on the success of his tenure as City Leader in Dallas, where he has established himself and ASP as key voices in the civic and nonprofit life of Dallas since 2013, Antoine continues to lead local program and partnership innovation and to represent ASP on local boards and in community partnerships. He also works closely with ASP of Dallas’s market leader on local fundraising initiatives and the stewardship of regional board members and leading philanthropic partners.

Antoine serves as an ASP regional and national spokesperson and represents ASP and its cutting-edge approach and programs at conferences and at corporate, nonprofit and other high-level leadership forums. Other accomplishments include an invited presentation at TEDxSMU, a keynote address at the NYC ACS Workforce Institute Conference, an interview with the Communities Foundation of Texas 360 Podcast, the publication of several articles and op-ed pieces in the Dallas Morning News and the teaching of a graduate level seminar at Georgetown University.

Born and raised in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, Antoine has been an All Star since 1991. In addition to his involvement with ASP, Antoine spent several years touring the world with hip-hop legend Grand Master Flash. He is also a talented theater director, popular DJ, loving husband and proud father of two.

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