Community Outreach Speakers
Recognized as a Social Activist of Empowerment who brings balance, skill and relevance to people and organizations around the country.
- Attitude, Black History Month, Black Men , Black Social Commentary, Black Student Union , Campus Activity, Career, College Motivational, College Success, Commencement, Community Outreach, Corporate Leadership, Diversity, High Achieving Youth, HBCU, Homecoming, Leadership, Organizational Development, Personal Development, Professional Development, Public Service, Relationship, Religious, Self-Esteem , Substance Abuse, Success, Womens Empowerment, Young Black Women, Youth Motivational
- $2,500 - $5,000
Early Jackson Early Jackson is what you would call a statistical anomaly. With a traumatic birth as a premi weighing only one pound and a few ounces, Early was born a fighter. His childhood began with a strong, loving mother and an entrepreneurial father which was picturesque of an average middle class family. The later separation of his mother and father sparked a life that would prove to be the exact opposite. Stepping into po...
Founder of Top Notch Scholars Inc., Keynote/Motivational Speaker, Author and Leadership Coach
- Academic, At Risk Youth, Black Student Union , Career, College Motivational, College Orientation, Community Outreach, Education, Entrepreneurship, Family, Leadership, Motivational, Personal Development, Professional Development, Religious, Success, Womens Empowerment, Youth Entrepreneurship
- $5,000 - $10,000
Joanna de Pena is a rising phenomenon by delivering passionate and inspiring messages to not only feel motivated but to give strength and confidence in todays society to make the appropriate changes to break the current cycle that is keeping them in despair or lost. Growing up as an inner city kid with limited resources, Joanna managed to land a full scholarship to a boarding school, Proctor Academy in Andover, NH – Where she excelle...
Attack Your Objectives, Conquer Your Goals, and Live Your Dreams!
D. Sinclair Empowerment Speaker Growing up in the Bronx, NY, D. Sinclair faced many of the problems that most African American young males face today in the inner cities. At the age of 15, D. Sinclair was incarcerated in a youth detention center for armed robbery, aggravated assault, and gun possession. He became a product of the negative influences around him, giving 12 years of his life to numerous correctional faci...