Dorrelle Lomax Burnett is a visionary, entrepreneur, and success advocate born in Chicago Illinois. His passion to serve others as he serve himself started at the young age of 14. His mother was a nurse and his father was a steel mill worker and minister of the Nazarene church community in Chicago. Dorrelle was inspired by the example of selflessness, leadership and community both of his parents demonstrated. His parents, their faith contributed greatly to the values Dorrelle lives by and share with others today. His purpose for being is driven by his understanding of Joshua 1:5-9 and his desire to be well by doing good.
In 1992, Dorrelle completed his studies with the Institute Of Divine Metaphysical Research, and became a Doctor of Divine Metaphysics. After his success in mobile retail, as an minority partner with Ameritech Cellular and Paging, Dr. Burnett became one of the first Internet Service Providers of color in the United States. In 1996, he launched A.C.E. Networks, Inc. and provided internet services in Chicago's Historic Bronzeville community. In 2007, Dr. Burnett established the Humanitarian Neighborhood Basketball Alliance (HNA Sports) in Southern California. Through HNA Sports, he became a business development partner with the LA Clippers NBA Basketball team andfounded the Successful Teens International Leadership program to promote the SUCCESS Foundation.
Currently, Dr. Burnett is focusing on helping the Kingdom Of God. growing Gospel House Radio and the CFCI Foundation, both of which he established. Gospel House Radio was birthed from his lifelong love for music. In the past, Dr.Burnett established the Chicago Music Showcase in partnership with the city of Chicago, in order to spotlight and profile local Chicago artists at the Harold Washington Library Center. He also created the House Party International TV Show, one of the first music TV programs to be produced in Chicago, which was recognized and listed by Billboard Magazine for 5 years. Using his past experience and involvement in the entertainment industry, Dr.Burnett created Gospel House Radio with the mission to uplift it's listeners through the lyrics of gospel combined with uplifting beats. The CFCI Foundation is a nonprofit organization that focuses on aiding nonprofits to grow and continue doing what they do best.
As a visionary, Dr.Burnett is working towards one day having the CFCI Foundation recognized as a leader in helping individuals, nonprofits, and communities become highly successful, as well as growing the audience and platforms for Gospel House Radio. In his free time, Dr.Burnett enjoys watching movies & documentaries, studying the sciences, and spending time with family and friends.