About J. Kendall Smalls

Bro. J. Kendall "Biggy" Smalls

A Proven Track Record as a Brother

Candidate for 36th 2nd District Representative

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Initiated 1990 Chi Kappa (XK) Chapter

Baltimore, Maryland

Financial-Epsilon Chapter 1995-Present

Life Member #6290


1st Vice District Representative (2015-2017)
Chairman, 2nd District Social Action Committee (2008-2015)
Chairman, NYC Omega Boatride (Summer 2015-2017)
Creator, Domestic Violence Program
Facilitator, International Charles Drew Blood Drive
Regional Director, Big Brother/Big Sisters Partnership (2011-Present)
Member, District 2nd Vice DR Campaign Committee (2011)
Inaugural Recipient of the Eddie Taylor Superior Service Award (2008)
Recipient, Eddie Taylor Superior Service Award (2012)


Co-Marshall of African-American Day Parade, New York, NY (2017)

NU OMICRON CHAPTER, Queens NY (1991-2001)
Vice Basileus (1995-1997)
Member, Board of Directors, Nu Omicron Early Childhood Educ. Ctr. (1994-2006)

EPSILON CHAPTER, New York, NY (1995-Present)
Basileus, Epsilon Chapter (2005-2009)
Founder & Chair, Domestic Violence Program (2008-Present)
Founder & Chair, Leadership Brunch Program (2007-Present)
Omega Man of the Year (2007, 2008, 2010)
Scroll of Honor Recipient (2001, 2012)
Second District Chapter of the Year (2008)

OMICRON CHAPTER, Advisor - New York, NY (2010-Present)
Reactivated Omicron Chapter, Columbia University (2010)
Host, Undergraduate Intake Committee (2010-Present)
Chairman, NYC Undergraduate Intake Committee (2010-Present)
10+ Corridor & Chapter Committee Memberships
Pan-Hellenic Council of Greater New York, Delegate
Epsilon Chapter Delegate
Member, Social Action Committee
Medical Forerunner Award, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. - New York Alumnae Chapter Award (2011)
Carter G. Woodson Award (2006) 


Global Fertility & Genetics-Embryology, Manager
J Kendall LLC Fertility Consultation, CEO
Services North Shore LIJ, Clinical Embryologist In-Vitro Fertilization
Walden University, Ph.D. Candidate
University of LEEDS, Leeds UK (2005) 1st African-Amercian to achieve a MASTERS in Clinical Embryology
Morgan State University, Pre-Med/Computer Science, 1990