|Name||Jamal Harrison Bryant|
|Date of Birth||May 21, 1971 (Age: 51)|
|Place of Birth||Massachusetts|
Jamal Harrison Bryant was born on May 21, 1971 in Massachusetts. Bryant is well-known not just for his role as the pastor of an African Methodist Episcopal church in Baltimore known as the Empowerment Temple, but also for his role as the host of the national television programme “Got Power?” and the international radio broadcast “Power for Life.”
Jamal Bryant, who was born in Massachusetts and is the son of the African Methodist Episcopal Bishop John Bryant, attended Morehouse College (located in Georgia) for his studies in political science and Duke University for his education in religion (in North Carolina). Before he started his career in religion, he was the director of the NAACP’s collegiate division for many years. Topaz was his first daughter and the product of his relationship with Crystal Madison, who was his first wife. He had three additional children with his wife, Gizelle Bryant, and their names are Grace, Adore, and Angel (he fathered a fifth daughter, Naomi, through an extramarital affair with Michelle Wedderburn).
Jamal Harrison Bryant is an American pastor and political activist. He is the senior pastor of the Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also a member of the National Action Network. As of 2020, Jamal Harrison Bryant net worth is $1 million.
Wife and Family
Jamal Harrison Bryant’s wife, Aisha, is a businesswoman and philanthropist. She is the CEO of the Aisha Harrison Group, a holding company that invests in a variety of businesses. Aisha is also the founder of the Aisha Harrison Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships and financial assistance to low-income students. In addition to her work in the business world and in philanthropy, Aisha is also a mother of three and an active member of her church.