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Journey to Radiance Ep. 12 "Journey to #CBMANext"

In honor of Black History Month, CBMA is excited to share the latest installment of our "Journey To Radiance" podcast series, "Journey to #CBMANext! 

Join Dr. Phyllis Hubbard, Director of CBMA Health and Healing Strategies and co-host/CBMA Member WolfHawkJaguar in a reflection of CBMA’s momentous 10 years working daringly to build beloved communities for Black men and boys across the nation, and its efforts to shape a vision of what's to come.

In this episode we also explore the impact of The American Express Leadership Academy at CBMA through the eyes of some its most successful fellows, and gain key insights into the fellowship and potential opportunities to apply. Featured fellows include:

  • Dorian Bohler – Physicist, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
  • Ashanti Branch – Founder and Executive Director, Ever Forward – Siempre Adelante
  • Precious Stroud – Principal and Lead Consultant, PJS Consultants
  • Rob Jackson – Founder and Executive Director, Beats Rhymes and Life
  • Omar Butler – Regional Executive Director, College Track

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You can also join the conversation online using the hashtag #CBMANext!

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