In his position as a leader of Select Sentinels, Mr. Wallace utilizes his unique combination of business and legal experience along with his in-depth knowledge of the faith-based world to guide clients who are navigating the intersection of faith and business. His expertise includes succession planning, organizational structure, ventures between non-profit and for-profit entities, entertainment, publishing, real estate matters, financing and crisis management.
In addition to his position with Select Sentinels, Mr. Wallace is a lawyer and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of T.D.J. Enterprises, LLP as well as the Chief Executive Officer of New Dimensions Entertainment. In these capacities, Mr. Wallace works to bring the worlds of faith and business together for the mutual benefit of both. In these positions, Mr. Wallace has served as the Producer or Executive in Charge (on behalf of TDJE/New Dimensions Entertainment) of the following projects:
- The live stage productions Woman Thou Art Loosed, Behind Closed Doors and Cover Girls
- The feature films Woman Thou Art Loosed (starring Kimberly Elise it was released in 2004 by Magnolia Films and was the winner of Best American Film at the 2004 Santa Barbara International Film Festival), Not Easily Broken (starring Morris Chestnut and Taraji P. Henson it was released in 2009 by Sony/Tristar), Jumping the Broom (currently in production and scheduled for a Spring 2011 release by Sony), and Prince George’s County, a Woman Thou Art Loosed Film (currently in pre-production and scheduled to start filming in late 2010 for a 2011 release on television and DVD)
- Sitcom TD Jakes’ One Love (starring Mark Curry) is scheduled for a Summer 2011 release
- Maximize the Moment infomercial with Time Life Video
- The creation and touring of the God’s Leading Ladies Conference Series
- Multiple music projects released under the Dexterity Sounds label
In addition to the foregoing, Mr. Wallace serves of the Board of Directors of Affinity 4, an affinity marketing company that has helped non-profits raise over $76 million to date and CrossBridge Media, a new media company that is leading the way in distributing faith-based and inspirational video content online in an ad supported business model.
From a community standpoint, Mr. Wallace has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Parkland Foundation as well as Wycliffe Resources Inc. Mr. Wallace continues to serve on the Dallas County Blue Ribbon Commission for Parkland Hospital (a group responsible for leading the effort to construct a new $1.2 billion public hospital for the citizens of Dallas).
Prior to joining TDJ Enterprises, Mr. Wallace practiced law, first with Weil, Gotshal & Manges and later with the firm of Brewer, Brewer, Anthony & Middlebrook where he headed the firm’s transactional practice group. In his legal practice, Mr. Wallace represented individuals, businesses, banks, investment groups and non-profit organizations in a diverse array of corporate and real estate transactions ranging from mergers and acquisitions, to financing, to real estate leases, purchases and sales.