In The Press

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Speaking Engagements

Photo Credit: Goucher College

Goucher College - GPEP

A Maximum Security Prison - 11/17/2017

I had the privilege of speaking to students at the MD Dept of Corrections – Jessup a maximum security prison. Yes these are inmates earning degrees from Goucher College as part of their Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) program. The class was Black Psychology. For 2.5 hours I was able to talk with 24 students who are trying to better their lives even though some may never be released.

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Photo Credit: Billy Michels

Stevenson University

Back to School - 11/11/2017

Had a wonderful time speaking with students at Stevenson University. They are smart, thoughtful, and honest. Next, I’ll be at my alma mater, Towson University.

Media Appearances

Speaking His Truth; One Episode at a Time

Melanated Fathers of America

Have you ever asked yourself, what’s normal? Living in a society that’s so consumed with labels and stereotypes can make you second guess what you believe to be true.

For many people, the unwarranted pressures to fit in can lead to many destructive behaviors.

Creating an outlet to express yourself can do a lot for your confidence, as well as your self-esteem.

That was exactly the case for our Spotlight father of the week, CJ from the Normalized podcast, during our interview we were able to discuss his feelings about his father not being around much, his battle with alcoholism, his relationship with his daughters and much more!!!!

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The Conversation

Weekly Wrap-Up Podcast – 12/2/2017

Had a wonderful time speaking with J Cleveland Payne from The Conversation ( https://www.facebook.com/thisistheconversation/) The interview starts at about 18 mins in but I suggest you listen to the whole show. Mr. Payne is the consummate professional with an insightful and entertaining show. If you like it share it.

From The Canopy

10/13/2017

Shout out to an old friend Cory Rashad, who’s the host of From The Canopy Podcast. I was a guest on his show and had a blast. It’s a chance to get a different side of me – not too serious. Also, check his podcast out. It’s an easy listen, sneaky intelligent.

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