Majesty and Elize

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Majesty Gayle

(1987-05-08) May 8, 1987 (age 36)
Gainesville, Florida
NationalityJamaican & African American
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationReal Estate Developer and Fund Manager
Alma materCardone University
  • MBDA
Known forReal estate investing
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
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Elize Gayle

(1991-09-21) September 21, 1991 (age 32)
Fort Leonard Wood Missouri Ozarks
NationalityAfrican American
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationChief Marketing Officer at EVOPIA
Alma mater
  • Tennessee State University
  • Western Governors University
Height5 ft 6 in (168 cm)

Majesty Gayle and Elize Gayle, better known as Majesty and Elize is an African American real estate mogul and entrepreneur duo of husband and wife.[1] They are best known for renovating properties and innovating the affordable housing scenario in the United States.[2] Majesty and Elize have also launched a multimillion dollar hedge fund to work on improving distressed areas by acquiring and building over 1,000 houses throughout the country.[3] They have also founded EVOPIA, a non-profit organization that works on a multitude of services such as property ownership, education, investment, finance, physical and mental health.[4]

Majesty and Elize gained the attention of media outlets for bringing about a positive change in society as they provide shelter, jobs, and inspiration in the black community. Their philanthropic work consists of purchasing property and working with local authorities to identify individuals who are in need of affordable shelter.[5] Their company has successfully raised over $2 million in funding to transform the affordable housing industry in the United States.[6]

Both Majesty and Elize have a background in working for tech and consulting companies, where they gained experience in qualitative and analytical areas. Majesty specializes in business operations and investment policies, whereas Elize excels in marketing and creativity. Together they work on improving distressed areas by working with the local communities in order to facilitate affordable housing options for the black community.[7]

Early life and Education

Majesty was born in Gainesville, Florida. He graduated from Cardone University with a degree in Sales Operations and Selling Skills. Elize was born in Fort Leonard Wood, U.S. Army training installation in Missouri Ozarks. She went to Tennessee State University, where she pursued a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. Later Elize went to Western Governors University where she pursued her Master’s in Business Administration.


Majesty began his career in 2006, when he started working for PostNet, a printing and shipping franchise. He eventually relocated from Florida to Atlanta, and started working with major record labels like Def Jam Records. Majesty had a potential career as an audio engineer, but he was inclined towards business management.

In 2010, Majesty worked in Fundraising and Management with ART Consulting Incorporated, an interim management, executive search, and revenue enhancement company that provides services for the arts and culture industry.

In 2011, Majesty launched Elite Autos of Atlanta, a prominent auto dealership, which he sold after 5 years in 2016. Soon after that Majesty founded PrivateCoin consulting service, specializing in crypto currency. This firm flourished right from the start, which inspired Majesty to write a book on the digital currency market - ‘Becoming Bitcoin: Why You Need Bitcoin.’

Elize started her career even before she went to college. When she was 18 years old, Elize started working as a journalist for a women’s lifestyle blog, At such a young age, she showed much promise in the professional marketing industry, and interned for top companies like Tennessee Lottery Corporation, McNeely Pigott & Fox PR Firm, The Buntin Group Ad Agency, Operation Stand Down Nashville amongst others. She also worked on notable projects for Amazon, Skanska, Job Corps and Disney on Ice.

Elize started working for Nashville Metro Government upon graduating from TSU. She was responsible for overseeing marketing efforts spread over multiple regions of the Nashville Career Advancement Center.

Soon after, Elize started a women empowerment organization - Be Naturally Successful. BNS has over 20 chapters in the United States and Brand Ambassadors globally. Elize relocated to Atlanta after being offered a job as the head of marketing at the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Elize then pursued MBA at the Western Governors University, which is where she shifted her career from corporate to entrepreneurship.

While they were dating, Majesty and Elize began their first company together; 630 Consulting. In 2017, the couple founded INTL Realty Partners, a real-estate development firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. They work together to solve real estate problems and are pursuing the elimination of vacant properties all over the United States. The company generated $1.5M in revenue in a year.

In early 2020, Majesty and Elize together launched EVOPIA, a non-profit organization that focuses on providing land based solutions and working on community distress in impoverished areas. The organization aims to provide viable resources to the residents of these communities. EVOPIA offers a wide range of services such as affordable housing through non-profit PUSH NATION.[8][9] The 501c3 EVOPIA also offers educational tools, and supplies like clothes, food and more to uplift minority groups globally.

Personal Life

Majesty and Elize first met on a dating app. They quickly felt the connection and were influenced by each other’s skills and started working together to launch a real estate company. After getting married in 2020, they were named as one of the most inspiring couples, Majesty and Elize.

In the media




  1. carvemark (2020-07-09). "Majesty & Elize Gayle". The Official Carvemark Blog. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  2. "Millennial Couple Launches $100M Affordable Housing Initiative | News Break". News Break Atlanta, GA. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  3. "Millennial Couple Launches $100 Million Dollar Affordable Housing Initiative". Retrieved 2020-08-08.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. "African-American Couple Launches $100 Million Dollar Affordable Housing Initiative". Power 98 FM. 2020-03-13. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  5. Times, The Black Wall St (2020-03-13). "Black millennial couple launches $100 million affordable housing initiative". The Black Wall Street Times. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  6. Long, Kaye. "Millennial couple launches $100 million dollar affordable housing initiative". Diva Empowered Magazine. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  7. "StackPath". Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  8. "African-American Couple Launches $100 Million Dollar Affordable Housing Initiative". V 101.9 WBAV. 2020-03-13. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  9. "NO VACANCY". PUSH Nation CoLiving. Retrieved 2020-08-08.

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