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Dr. Quinton de'Alexander 


Chief Dr. Quinton Tamba Taylor de'Alexander

“The name de ’Alexander is certainly one to remember, “ says the Oakland Post. 

“ His designs will leave you breathless,” reported the Chicago Tribune. 

The Washington Post says, “de Alexander … Simply Marvelous!



  • The Service Club ‘Chicago"                      

  • Gene Siskel Center ‘Oscar Night’   

  • Chicago Academy for the Arts

  • Maxim’s ‘Chicago                                       

  • Baltimore Harold Newspaper

  • Westside Youth Tech Entrepreneurship  Ctr. 

  • N'Digo Gala



  • Mrs. Illinois Pageant 

  • Celebrating Life Foundation

  • Real Fathers, Real Men

  • Chicago Music Awards

  • The Stellar Awards

  • Today’s Black Woman Expo


  • United Negro College Fund                     

  • Ebony Fashion Fair

  • Urban League

  • Bras for Hope                                              

  • La Rabida Children’s Hospital

  • City of Hope Breast Cancer Research


Additional information on Quinton de’Alexander


Quinton’s television, stage, and film credits read like a list straight out of “Who’s Who”, with nine-stage productions under his wings that have featured his original designs including “Harlem Suite” which starred Stephanie Mills and Maurice Hines, “Beauty Shop III”, a Shelly Garrett production, Q & E Productions’, “SONGDIVA”, “The Spiritual Revolt of Nathan Branch” at the Du Sable Museum of African American History, J. Ruffin Entertainment ‘The Color Purple‘ and Mahdi Theatre Company's 'Love Jones'. Quinton will mount his new production 'BLUEPRINT' a Retrospective of Designer and Humanitarian Dr. Quinton de' Alexander's Art Exhibit in April 2019 and Stage Play 'FULL MOON BLUES’ Summer of 2020.


Maintaining a busy schedule does not prevent Quinton from giving back to the community. Feeding those less fortunate home-cooked & healthy meals through 'We Dream In Color Foundation Inc. monthly food initiative and working with organizations and charities such as The Chicago Academy for the Arts, The Service Club, Lakeside Community Center, Feed The Children, Trinity Oaks Senior Residence, University of Illinois Extension Youth Program, La Rabida Children’s Hospital; Department of Human Services Teen Parent Services Central; Celebrating Life Breast Cancer Foundation, Women On A Mission, Concerned Citizens Inc./Mothers House, Ford Heights Community Service Organization, Senior Lifestyle Corporation production of ‘Serendipity’ 2005, 06, 07 & 2008 (Chicago’s Seniors on Stage); Sponsored by the Honorable Richard M. Daley.

Quinton is also Chairman/CEO of Creativity United, Chairman/CEO of We Dream In Color Foundation Inc., Project 'We Live and Remember in Color', Creativity United's Performance Arts Scholarship, Chairman of The Goddess Sorority, a division of Creativity United which gives support to Emotional, Physical and Mentally Abused Women, Executive Producer of The Midwest Fashion and Beauty Awards and The 'We Dream In Color' Humanitarian Celebration.  Mr. de ‘Alexander, was a featured fashion designer on Ebony Fashion Fair Traveling Tour and a featured designer in the “ Tribute to Black Designers’ February 2005 “Ebony” edition. Quinton's most cherished honor is to have on November 6th declared Quinton de' Alexander Day in Illinois by the Honorable Mayor Richard M. Day and receive in 2019 Proclamation from the Honorable Mayor Lori Lightfoot for his vision of 'We Dream In Color' Humanitarian Celebration.


The plans are limitless for Dr. de' Alexander. In 2019, Quinton launched the 'BLUEPRINT' Exhibit Tour and design program for "At Risk Youth' both in the fall of 2020. In December of 2020, Quinton took his 'We Dream In Color' Humanitarian Celebration 'International'. Presenting 'We Dream In Color Foundation Incorporated 'Nelson Mandela Freedom Award' to a Liberian Native at The Historical Landmark Providence Island. 


To his surprise, Quinton was blessed and honored to receive Chieftaincy, Chief Tamba Taylor. In January '2021' wasting no time, Chief Dr. Quinton Tamba Taylor de' Alexander adopted 'Belenie Christian Foundation School System'.  Providing 'Book Bags, Computers, Schools Supplies, and Masks to empower the students of Monrovia, Liberia, and sponsoring and establishing a playground in remembrance and honor of 'Paramount Chief Tamba Taylor', We Dream In Color Computer Center, and a library on Belenie's school campus for the children living in Liberia's surrounding disadvantaged communities.


The mission continues in 2023, with Dr. de' Alexander's pledge to build (3) additional 'Chief Tamba Taylor' community playgrounds in various disadvantaged communities throughout Monrovia and Liberia. Quinton's four proudest moments at this time are becoming 'Chaplain Dr. Quinton de' Alexander' in March 2021, being the Recipient of the 2022 'Mahogany Foundation Hall of Fame Award', Recipient of 'The LMA Magazine 2022 'International Leadership Award' in Asaba, Nigeria, and January 2023, having his Blueprint exhibit cemented in the 'Liberian National Museum' located in Monrovia, West Africa, with his induction of 'Chieftaincy Image, Chieftaincy Gown and one of his Haute Couture ladies gown to be displayed permanently with 'Mama Liberia's' richness of history and culture.


The sky is limitless for an '8' year young self-taught designer who wasn't afraid to dream BIG and DREAM IN COLOR!

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