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Panel Discussion Recap

Mission

The intent of this discussion is to address the problems between Police and our Black/Brown communities by defining a recommended approach and real solutions towards Cultural Change within Law Enforcement.

Goal

To provide insight and a list of solutions to empower audience participants to use in their communities toward formulating a strategy to address Cultural Change within Law Enforcement

Areas of Concern

  • Police Administration, Training & Execution
     

  • Policy, Legislation & Judicial Enforcement 
     

  • Financial Reform

    • Defunding 

  • Educational Reform

    • Introduction of Systematic Anti-Racism Training

    • Cultural Diversity Training
       

  • Activism 

Panelists

Subject Matter Advisory Committee

  • Donavan West, President / CEO at African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ & DE

  • Dr. Ionie Pierce, Professor at Brooklyn College Department of Business

  • Kevin Hylton, Ph.D., SVP at Alliances for Quality Education, Inc.

  • Kwame Christian, Esq., M.A., Director, American Negotiation Institute

  • Lisa George, Community Activist & Office Manager at NYS Senator James Sanders, Jr.

  • Ralph Charles, Federal Mediator for EEOC & Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB)

  • Ray Montgomery, President, Entertainment Solutions LLC

  • Robert (Pooh) Cummins, Entrepreneur, Music Executive & Restauratuer

  • Rob Johnson, President, Institute for New Economic Thinking

  • Shabaka Shakur, Exoneree, Executive Dir. of The Day 2 Multipurpose Center

  • Detective Tyrone Butler, NYPD

Marketing Committee

  • Alanzo Dale of The Block Association #theblockassociation

  • Andrew Lyttle, Assorted Flavors Entertainment

  • Rev. Andre Palmer, Evergreen Baptiste Church

  • Ann Marie Ferguson, Founder, AMF Events

  • Anthony Perez, CEO of A Excellence LLC

  • Sergeant Brasai Butler, NYPD

  • Carline Beaubrun, Owner - Founder of Events by Carline

  • Char Newell, Chief Corporate Life Coach at Your Healthy Reality

  • Correy Kaiten, Founder of Black Excellence Brand

  • Dionne Nicholls, Founder, Live Your Best Life For You

  • Elicia Sambury of WOMEN EMPOWERING WOMEN
    Janelle Daley of #XOXOLUVJAN

  • Jasmine Haynes of BKSWIRL_LIFESTYLE

  • Lekesha Stoddart, Surgical Technologist, CST

  • Lorene Cowan, Owner, Business Arsenal Credit

  • Melissa Sadler, Owner, Island Standard LLC

  • Prince Forde, Owner of CZEN Restaurant & Co-Founder, Showcase Entertainment  

  • Roger Wagner of Just4Kix Entertainment

  • Sean Dawkins, Account Consultant, Founder of President Sean Media

  • Tani Chambers, Founder-CEO of SaviMoni

  • Ted Crawford, Assorted Flavors Entertainment

  • Trina "Sunshine" Fowler, GoodLife Enterprises
    Big O Bundlez LLC, PeaceKeeper

  • Vayden & Negisti Pinnock of Butter M Essentials @buttermessentials

Organizers

  • Carl O. Gray, Founder of Young, Gifted & Black™ Entrepreneurial Awards
     

  • Kenneth (Suga Bear) Groves, Co-Founder of Young, Gifted & Black™ Entrepreneurial Awards & Mu Alumni Board (MAB) Member
     

  • Wil LaVeist, PhD, Award Winning Journalist & Mu Alumni Board (MAB) Member

​Founded in 2006 by Carl O. Gray, President and CEO, The NetLinkz Group, Inc., Founder of the Unified Network of Business Professionals, and Founder of the Young, Gifted & Black™(YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards program designed for peer-to-peer acknowledgement of the Unsung Heroes & Heroines for their Talent, Ambition and Achievements toward the Continued Pursuit of Success. To positively empower individuals and communities by highlighting the achievements of the “Unsung Heroes” whose stories can help inspire others towards making future goals attainable.
 

MISSION

 

P.O.W.E.R.-N-M.O.T.I.O.N.

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY WITH EFFECTIVE RESOURCES

NETWORKING

MOTIVATES OPTIMIZES TRANSCENDS INSPIRES ORGANIZES NURTURES


Individuals Towards Empowerment!

MAB (Mu Alumni Board) is comprised of men who are alumni of The Lincoln University of PA and members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. As alumni of Lincoln, MAB provides financial support, collegiate mentoring and service to enhance the fraternity's value to the campus community. Founded in 1854, Lincoln is the nation’s first Historically Black College and University (HBCU). From its inception, Lincoln was established to grant college degrees to students of African descent. Founded in 1914, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. is one of the “Divine 9” Black Greek Letter organizations. Mu Chapter, founded in 1922, is Phi Beta Sigma’s 12th chapter and represents the fraternity on Lincoln’s campus. For its Centennial Celebration in 2022, MAB has established a $100,000 goal for its Mu Chapter Azikiwe/Nkrumah Endowed Scholarship for LU students to study abroad in Africa. The endowment is named for Nnamdi Azikiwe (the first President of Nigeria) and Kwame Nkrumah (the first President of Ghana) who are prominent Lincoln alumni and members of Phi Beta Sigma, inducted at Mu Chapter.

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