Our Team


Stacie Jones

Stacie Jones is an expert in business and entrepreneurship and has owned several businesses as well as having a prestigious MBA. She leveraged a successful modeling career to owning a number of businesses, in areas such as restaurants, franchises and media production.

She was featured on NBC’s The Apprentice, the surprise runaway hit and brainchild of reality TV guru Mark Burnett [produced of Survivor, etc) and Billionaire Donald Trump. Known as Stacie J on the show, she was chosen from thousands of applicants, and was a standout in the show’s second season. Following her appearance on The Apprentice, she launched her own signature fragrance and her own line of fashion accessories.

After The Apprentice, she became a parent and in her new role, she saw the need that working parents have for clear, concise advise and guidance on how to financially protect their loved ones.  With her new focus, she launched the Jones Insurance Agency as a family-run business focusing on the needs of families and business owners.  She is gratified to be able to help people sort through the maze of different products and programs to find solutions that protect their health, their families and their assets.

Richelle Jones

Richelle Jones had a pocket full of dreams after graduating college in Atlanta and moving back home to New York City. Although it was noisey, loud, and known to be a grouling grind, Richelle believed that New York City was the place where she could multitask to see her face in lights as she pursued her artistic dream of being on t.v. or in film, as well as pursuing her entrepreneurial dream of owning and operating her own business. They say that If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere, and New York City is where Richelle is now best known for achieving her entrepreneurial dream by owning and operating her Subway Sandwich Franchise in the Heart of Harlem on Lenox Avenue. Richelle became visibly noticed as one of only a handful of African American female business owners in Harlem, becoming a member of the Harlem Chamber of Commerce, creating jobs in her community, donating food to the homeless and charity events, as well as being a positive role model to young girls and boys who strived to be business owners one day. While running her franchise, Richelle was also on a daily grind of pursuing her acting career by taking acting classes at night, going on castings, and successfully landing an acting agent. Her persistence to see her face in lights paid off when she was approached to do a reality t.v. show surrounded around her life as a business owner and Harlem socialite. Richelle is now recognized as a reality t.v. personality from the show Daddy’s Spoiled Little Girl that aired on the WE Channel for over a year nationwide.

After 4 gratifying years in the franchise business, Richelle sold her Subway Sandwich Shops and has now formed the Jones Agency with her sister. The Jones Agency started off selling Life Insurance and has grown into a One Stop Shop Insurance agency offering Life, Health, and Medicare coverage. Richelle and her sister Stacie had the vision to realize that Insurance was something that everyone needs and now must have with the new Healthcare Reform Act known as Obamacare. With the help of her sister and The Jones Agency, Richelle is now in position to build her business in a time where Insurance is booming and has her goals set to have a radio spot and tv infomercials educating the ethnic market on wealth management and the importance of protecting ones assets and building wealth through life insurance.