Dr. Willis Eubanks, Jr.
Raised within a very humble community, Willis Eubanks, Jr. was born on March 1, 1962 to Willis, Sr. and Liz Pope-Pearl. Senior Willis retired as a Miami Beach Chef and while Liz earned a Masters Degree in Education. She would later retire from Broward County as a 2nd Grade Teacher.
At an early age, Willis Jr. excelled at both sports and academics. In High School, Willis was Captain of his Basketball Team while earning MVP honors and maintaining a 3.9 GPA. He was voted “Most Likely to Succeed” by his Graduation Class of 1980 of North Miami Beach High School. Willis would later attend Oberlin College on an academic scholarship where he was a pre-Med Chemistry major. By the age of 22, Willis had received the following prestigious awards and honors: 1). Who’s Who among American High Schools, 2). Who’s who Colleges and Universities, 3). Man of The Year and 4). The American Legion Award.
During Willis’ Freshman year, Rufus Pearl who was more that 75% of the family’s household income died of emphysema at the tender age of 52. As a result, Willis was forced to transfer to Florida State University (FSU) where he graduated as the first African American with a Biochemistry degree. Willis would later meet his gorgeous soul-mate: The Right Honorable Rev Dr. Attorney Diane Moore-Eubanks while attending FSU. They have been married for approximately 30 years with three beautiful and talented children: Cairo, 20, Dakar 18, and Sudan, 8.
Later Willis, Jr. would work for some of the best mentors and fortune 500 companies in world. As a result of his hard work, being the right place at the right time and his quest for excellence, Willis was able to co-author several scientific publications as well as invent a recombinant DNA patent using biotechnology techniques unsuccessful with his senior predecessors . After excelling in Molecular Biology in the area of Technical Support and Sales, Willis transferred to his family owned Settlement Company, where Attorney Eubanks and he ran a very successful law firm for 10 years that employed over 12 people for 10 years. The firm handled over 3,500 transactions from its 3 locations: metro DC, MD and VA.
During recent years, Willis has served the community as financial service provider. Today, as Senior Vice President of Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU), Dr Willis Eubanks along with Dr. Diane Moore-Eubanks and their team of very talented and capable leaders are looking to change the four corners of the world. GODSU is a non-profit educational institution with a Motto of: 1-1-1 (1 Race =HUMAN, 1 Space = EARTH, 1 religion = LOVE)™ . It is a Trademark of GODSU and Dr. Diane.