Rayce Lamb is the Founder and Chief Imagination Officer of Faithonomics, a social impact venture that empowers faith-inspired social impact leaders to bring their bold ideas to life without sacrificing their personal or financial wellbeing in the process.
In addition to his entrepreneurial endeavors, Rayce serves as the Director of Recruitment at the Institute for Nonprofit Practice and is an ordained minister in the Alliance of Baptist tradition. He graduated from Emory & Henry College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Education prior to earning his Master of Divinity degree in 2016 from Wake Forest University School of Divinity.
Prior to his current work, Rayce served as the Interim Pastor of Wake Forest Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he helped his congregation navigate the hard decision to close while reimagining its legacy of impact through the establishment of the Wake Forest Baptist Church Fund at the Winston-Salem Foundation. Rayce also served as the first Center Director of North Star LGBTQ Community Center and as Director of Ministry and Vocational Exploration at Wake Forest University School of Divinity.
Rayce lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he continues to challenge systemic poverty through his work with The Wild Imagination Fund of the Winston-Salem Foundation. As Rayce says, 'a world without poverty is possible - we just have to be brave enough to imagine it.'
Rayce's work is grounded in the pursuit of economic justice through the cultivation of economic belonging.
Whether it be a special project or a new business venture, Rayce is always exploring and creating something new.
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