Phillip Demond Fletcher is married to Nicolle Fletcher and is the proud dad of Nicollus, Najee and Nichelle. Phillip Fletcher has been a resident of Conway, Arkansas since April 2007.
He is the founder and executive director of The City of Hope Outreach (CoHO), a 501 (c) 3 non-profit in Conway, Arkansas. The mission of CoHO is to provoke hope in individuals, families, and communities for the glory of God. Through initiatives such as CoHO Academy, Hope Home, Hope Village, CoHO Ten-Jobs, and Replicate; CoHO has sought to be a catalyst in promoting the philosophy that people should primarily care for people freely with grace for God's glory.
He seeks to address issues of leadership, the local church and social engagement through the lens of the Gospel. He is the author of the book, The Excellence of God: Essays on Theology and Doxology published by Crossbooks and Created in Freedom: Poverty and Economics published by IngramSpark. In 2013, he launched, "Humanity Matters," to create a forum to stimulate honest discussions on what it means to be human in a difficult world. In 2015 Governor Asa Hutchinson appointed him to the 20th Judicial District Criminal Detention Facilities Review Committee. In 2016 he hosted the AETN-PBS television program; A Deeper Look: The Poverty Divide in Arkansas.In 2017, Mayor Bart Castleberry appointed him to the City of Conway Homeless Task Force. In 2019, he assisted in the launched the UCA-CoHO Poverty Studies Group which conducts research and experiential learning concerning poverty in the state of Arkansas. Finally, he serves as a part-time instructor at Philander Smith College, a Historically Black College located in Little Rock, Arkansas.
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Phillip Fletcher received his Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies from the University of California at Riverside, his Master of Arts in Theology and Apologetics from Liberty University, and doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.