Tracey D. Syphax is an entrepreneur, community activist, and a motivational speaker. He is the President/CEO of two million dollar- award winning corporations, Capitol City Contracting Inc. and Phax Group, LLC. Capitol City Contracting Inc. specializes in home and building improvements Phax Group, LLC is a real estate development company.
Tracey Syphax is a board member of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ). He is also a former founding Chairman of the Board for Fathers & Men United for a Better Trenton. In his autobiography, From the Block to the Boardroom, Tracey shares with author Detric “Qadiriyyah” Goss his powerfully uplifting story of the success that comes from faith, love and the second chances given to those who were formerly incarcerated.
Currently President/Founder of two award winning Trenton businesses, Capitol City Contracting and The Phax Group, Tracey Syphax is a history making path breaking figure in the African American community with an incomparable record of accomplishment both personally, professionally and philanthropically. Once identified in his youth as inmate #226926 today he is known as the first African American to receive the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Princeton Chamber of Commerce.
Tracey still resides in Trenton West Ward with his wife of more than 25 years, Margaret Syphax. He has two children Trachell and Marquis, and two grandchildren, Brooklyn and Sanaa.
the Block to the Boardroom
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Publisher: From the Block to the Boardroom LLC
Publication Date: February 1, 2012
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Read this fascinating autobiographical account of the pivotal early years
of Tracey D. Syphax’s journey as a young African American man navigating
through life, and ultimately transitioning from The Block to the Boardroom.
This extraordinary novel provides a first person account of the trials and tribulations that Tracey faced as he began his climb to his current status of President and CEO of two multi-million dollar companies. A climb that has erased the stigma of the common street hustler he was once labeled.
Tracey’s journey is a universal story of change and evolution of one’s direction in life which is relatable to all genders, age groups and income levels. Change has no color barrier. It does not discriminate, and one must only be receptive to it in order to benefit from it.
Tracey’s life experience as shared in The Block to the Boardroom provides a Blueprint on how to achieve success in business.