Living #OnPurpose: How Men Reserve Space in America
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About the Event
The conversation will be two fold; a tight knit, informal discussion of what it means to be male in a changing society and how to navigate new terrains without a guide. The convening will touch upon the intersections of race and race baiting, accountability to the communities we serve, and ageism, discussing how to bridge the divide among generations.
Led by #dayofpurpose Ambassador Demetrius Thorton.
Demetrius Thornton is a writer, speaker, and senior level people and policy executive. Over the past ten years, he has lead talent and change management programs for government and private sector. He is a talent management expert who leverages both intuition and science to build unique programming that conversely meets the needs of businesses and professionals.
A native of Montgomery, Alabama, Demetrius was the kid who dreamed of living in the big city and is living out his dreams as a New Yorker, empowering others as a life skills community facilitator across the five boroughs. He received a B.A. in Education from Morehouse College, M.P.A. from Troy University, and completed Organizational Development M.S. studies from Fordham University. Demetrius is currently writing his first book tailored to his passion of helping others reimagine their personal stories, develop life skills, and navigate to make
dreams tangible. He is a 2018 Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) Fellow.