Elements 4 Nature
"Natural Movement and Flow"
Philosophy - Elements 4 Nature embodies the resurrection of the composite philosophies of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, and Marcus Garvey. Booker T. Washington and Carver worked together at Tuskegee Institute towards a common goal of helping "The Man Farthest Down". Marcus Garvey and Booker T. Washington were good friends and shared a common philosophical goal of Nation building.
History - Jon Adkins, founder of Elements 4 Nature (E4N) conceptualized Elements 4 Nature in 2005. He started doing business with Dr. Faye Williams of Natural Health Options in 2005. Jon Adkins signed a long term exclusive agreement with Natural Health Options in 2006 to manufacture and sell the George Washington Carver & Dr. Austin W. Curtis Lotion. In June 2008, Elements 4 Nature was formally established. Since the company was established in 2008, the company has gone through organizational changes. However, the goal of Elements 4 Nature remains the same. On March 18, 2019, Elements 4 Nature increased their ownership in Dr. George Washington Carver and Dr. Austin Curtis products by expanding the partnership with Dr. E. Faye Williams.
Founder of Elements 4 Nature
Jon Adkins, the brother in the picture with the white lab coat is standing with some of the Agriculture Professionals who attended Tuskegee University's 74th annual Agriculture Conference in 2016, held at Tuskegee University. Jon Adkins graduated from Tuskegee Institute in 1985. He graduated from the 100th graduating class of Tuskegee Institute. He was part of the last graduating class to graduate from Tuskegee Institute before the name was changed to Tuskegee University.
- Graduated from Tuskegee Institute with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering
- Worked 24 years as a Systems Engineer in Public and Private sectors of Corporate America
- Conceptualized Elements 4 Nature in 2005
- Signed Exclusive deal with Natural Health Options in 2006 to produce Dr. Carver and Dr. Curtis products
- Formally started Elements 4 Nature in 2008