This show features a special interview with Calvin Taylor Skinner
Calvin Taylor Skinner is passionately committed to leadership development, community organizing, multicultural engagement, diplomacy higher education access, and success programming to enhance our live events in low income, high minority neighborhoods. He has over 10 years of experience with project management and diversity initiatives in the entertainment education, non-profit, and faith-based communities. From high school youth to veteran professionals (in non-profit, corporate, government, education and faith groups), Calvin has the unique opportunity to serve with dynamic leaders from Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York City, New York, Knoxville, Tennessee and internationally with his most recent project to organize for Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook’s diplomatic work in South Korea.
In March 2018, he launched One Knox Legacy Coalition with veteran and emerging leaders with in Knox. This group engages the civic and faith-based communities to education and mobilize voters through the #WeVoteInKnox social media campaign and through the One Knox Ujima Rally at Haley Heritage Square, One Knox Voter Empowerment Week, and One Knox Voter Action Week.
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