Black company will present its 4th annual Black Men XCEL Summit as a virtual conference experience that expands the reach and impact of the national event.
The Black Men XCEL Summit is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the excellence, leadership, and power of black men. The summit will take place on October 22nd and 23rd. He offers workshops, chats, and training experiences to teach, equip, develop, and inspire black men to lead a variety of endeavors – from corporations in America to sports management to the tech industry and community organizations.
Attendees at the summit include Earl "Butch" Graves Jr., the President and CEO of Black company;; CNN commentator, author and attorney Bakari Sellers; Tristan Walker, the founder of Walker & Company Brands; Scott Ford, managing director of JPMorgan Chase & Co .; Senior Vice President of the US Eastern Division and Chief Diversity Officer of FedEx Express Shannon Brown; Kenneth Braswell, CEO of Fathers Inc .; and David Clunie, the executive director of the Black Economic Alliance.
"The XCEL Virtual Experience for Black Men will contain all of the most enduring and precious elements created over the past three years from our truly unique conference celebrating the best who we are as black men," said Graves in one Explanation. "With so much at stake for blacks right now, we are excited about our ability to reach and attract more outstanding black men than ever from across America and beyond with our new and unique virtual conference platform."
Confirmed speakers for the summit include former New York Giants, who run back and co-host the Tiki and Tierney show Tiki Barber; former NFL quarterback, FOX Sports analyst, and activist Michael Vick; Corey Anthony, AT&T Chief Development & Diversity Officer; TV presenter and Daddy Duty 365 founder Shannon Lanier; and former National Director of the NAACP Youth & College Division, Rev. Stephen A. Green.
Virtual sessions and chats during the summit will focus on making black men a priority for diversity, what it takes to stand out as a father, what is at stake in the presidential election, the future of black men in tech and Steps to Building a Multi-Generation Legacy.
More information, including registration and the summit agenda, can be found here Here.