100 Black Men Train Nations Best on Leadership

Pictured L-R : Chairman 100 BMOA Curley Dossman; President 100 Black Men of Jacksonville Charles Griggs; Florida State Senator Audrey Gibson with President 100 BMOA Bryan Pauling during the 100 BMOA Leadership Summit Chairman’s Reception hosted by Holland & Knight.

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (100 BMOA) held their 2015 Leadership Summit December 3-5, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Jacksonville. The summit was attended by more than120 chapter presidents, delegates and staff of the organization from around the country. Serving as local host to the Leadership Summit, the 100 Black Men of Jacksonville hosted a Chairman’s Reception at the Law Offices of Holland & Knight.

The focus of the summit was to provide capacity building support for chapter development and the mission of the 100 BMOA. Workshop topics included Bolstering Mentoring and Education Programs for IMPACT, Keys to Building and Sustaining a Firm Foundation, and Creating Development Models to Enhance Your Chapter’s Sustainability. The summit also featured 100 BMOA Delegate Assembly to conduct the business of the organization.

100 Black men seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of its members to create environments where our children are motivated to achieve, and to empower young men and women to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of America’s diverse communities.

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