Prison Outreach Speakers
The purpose of prison outreach programs it to successfully transform the lives of convicts and convert them into valuable, contributing members of society. Reaching out to and inspiring troubled long-term and short-term convicts can be incredibly difficult for any prison outreach program, but hiring a professional African-American prison outreach speaker from Great Black Speakers can help programs to accomplish their goals. Our African-American prison outreach-oriented public speakers will use inspiring personal experiences, struggles and triumphs as well as facts and information on outreach options to deliver a message of hope to troubled convicts.
Inspirational life story of gang leader sentenced to over 100 years in prison who changed his life direction, got out of prison and now inspires audiences that anything is possible if you believe in yourself and follow your dreams!
From being one of the most feared prison gang leaders in the United States to becoming one of the nation’s most dynamic agents of change, Andre Norman has been speaking to and inspiring corporate professionals throughout the country and across the globe. He launched his program, Project Footprints, in 1999 to teach corporate audiences how focus, purpose, resilience and effective planning can overcome even the most daunting challenges in the busin...
Socio-political analyst, behavioral health specialist & multi-mediator, specializing in Black behavioral/self-conceptual solutions.
Cleo Manago has been in the trenches for social reform for well over two decades. A socio-political analyst, behavioral health specialist, activist, writer, film-maker and popular spokesperson on the most controversial issues facing Americans today, Manago is a prominent figure in the African American community and beyond. He is courageously at the forefront when it comes to combating society’s most pressing issues. His distinctively inventive p...
Effective, Efficient and Effervescent Empowerment--One Love focusing on the mind, body, soul and spirit.
CHARMAINE BETTY-SINGLETON (CBS)PTK Enterprises LLCCharmaine E. Betty-Singleton, was born on January 12, 1968, in Kingston, Jamaica to Granville and Norma Betty. Early in 1969, Norma and Charmaine left for the United States of America (USA) and eventually made Laurelton (Queens), New York their home. Granville joined them later, after retiring from the Department of Public Works, Jamaica, West Indies.An outgoing, talkative and mischievous child, C...
Law Professor specializing in urban issues, race and politics.
Christopher J. Tyson is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. His teaching and scholarship focuses on the areas of local government law, real estate and urban development. Professor Tyson’s interests also include matters of race, politics and youth mentoring. Prior to joining the faculty of the LSU Law Center, he practiced as a real estate and land use attorney with the law firm Jones Walker...