Dailisha RodriguezDailisha is the Founder and Executive Director of Hey There Beautiful Foundation. a non-profit organization empowering women and young girls to live their dream through education, motivation, self-awareness, and self-development.
Rob GoldmanRob is the founder and director of the Center for Creative Development, a nonprofit organization that is home to several youth empowerment and community engagement programs including the “I Matter” Project (most recently in partnership with the city of New Haven), Just Like Me and Art in Transit. He is also the founder of the Stepping Stone Gallery for Contemporary Photography and Art That Matters, an artist community and gallery, both on Long Island.
Paula Ralph BirkettPerformer, writer, and creative catalyst Paula Ralph Birkett journeys
through stories of trials and triumph, so listeners can imagine their own path of possibilities. Paula has developed a keynote concert series called #Perception2Decisions, where she uses the performing arts to illustrate how perception develops images and how those images become the blueprint for life.
George AndriopoulosGeorge is the award-winning founder and CEO of Launchpad Five One Six, a management consulting firm whose mission is to provide organizations with the tools and resources to innovate and thrive. Corporate turnaround artist, innovative disruptor, and self-proclaimed “Chief Inspiration Officer.
James Robert HarrisJames Robert (J.R.) Harris is an explorer, business executive, psychologist, author, and an ex-NYC taxi driver. As a wilderness trekker, he has completed over 50 expeditions, most of them alone, to some of most remote places on earth. J.R. is also founder and president of JRH Marketing Services, the oldest and most experienced African American market research firm in the United States.
Errol D. Toulon, Jr.Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr. has more than thirty years of public safety and law enforcement. In 2017, Dr. Toulon was elected to the position of Sheriff of Suffolk County overseeing the largest Sheriff’s Office in New York State. As the County’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer, he leads an organization with more than 1300 uniformed and civilian employees. He is Suffolk County's 67th Sheriff and its first African-American to hold the Office.
Daniel LloydDan Lloyd is a social entrepreneur who helps with the development or creation of nonprofit organizations, that focus on solving targeted problems within society.
In Fall 2017, Daniel founded Minority Millennials Inc., a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization currently bridging the gap between policy & culture. Its mission focuses on tackling disempowering narratives around minority communities and mobilizing millennials with the tools needed to become the next generation of change-makers.