Dr. Ronald E. McNair Public School 5

  • Community Liaison/Marketing Consultant
    • Develop/execute marketing strategies highlighting school achievement
    • Secured over $2.25M in funding
      • New Computer LAB &  STEM Funding
      • Weekend food program
      • Secure partnerships with local financial institutions
        • Santander Bank , Carver Federal Savings Bank, Amalgamated Bank & TD Bank
  • Development & Instruction – Financial Literacy Leadership Program
    • Created and piloted a sustainable, community-based curriculum for grade school students to help improve core test scores
    • Prepare students for emerging economy through entrepreneurial mentorship and financial stewardship
  • Production – Student-Led Financial Literacy Leadership Workshop
    • Home Ownership   & Small Business Workshop
    • Student Banking & Budgeting Workshops
    • Expo and vending pavilion where numerous service providers including New York Business Solution Center, New York City Human Resources Administration; Emblem Health; AXA Financial Services; United Health Care and others provided various services and information


Central Brooklyn Arts & Cultural Weekend

  • Architect, Producer, Media & Event Manager
  • Agency on record for creating, developing and producing Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams’ signature festival celebrating Brooklyn’s cultural legacy
  • Responsible for bringing various city agencies, the borough’s diverse iconic institutions, communities, and resources together for the 2-day celebratory affair
  • Secured over $2.5M in added value through sponsorships, media partnerships & in-kind contributions


CUNY-Medgar Evers College “Men of Medgar Week”

Media  & Event Marketing Consultant: Medgar Evers College – Men of Medgar Week

  • Designed and executed annual seminar celebrating male populations on CUNY campus, in partnership with campus Male Development & Empowerment Center (MDEC)
  • Created and developed engaging, educational panels addressing current issues relevant to targeted group, such as
    • “Being Your Own Boss: Strategies for Success” – entrepreneurial opportunities for minorities
    • “Sons, Brothers, Uncles, Fathers” addressing social issues and stereotypes facing minority men
    • “First Impressions: Dressing for Success” – addressing male grooming and hygiene; table etiquette and business/casual protocol
  • Secured national cast of panelists, including but not limited to the following:
    • Senior Advisor to Associate Administrator, Office of Entrepreneurial Development, U.S. Small Business Administration
    • Assistant Director of My Brother’s Keepers Millennial Entrepreneurs Initiative
    • Commissioner of New York City Small Business Services 
    • New York City Councilman/Small Business Committee Chair
    • DEO/Chairwoman of the New York City Housing Authority