Sneak Peek from The Original Millennial Thought Leadership Series

Have you pre-ordered your copy of my new book, The Original Millennial?

Early adopters who pre-ordered the book have been receiving exclusive content from The Original Millennial thought leadership series. Here’s a sneak peek from the book featuring an amazing original millennial!

MEET BRANDON FRAME:

Brandon Frame, founder of The Black Man Can, has devoted his career to combating negative images and shaping perceptions of Black men and boys in more honest and multidimensional ways.

A Connecticut-native, Brandon founded the digital platform in 2010 to promote and advance positive, reinforcing images of Black males. Since then, The Black Man Can has grown into a full-fledged institute that provides motivation and mentorship to boys of color across the country. In addition to founding The Black Man Can, Frame is the Director of Business Partnerships and Program Development of Hartford’s High School, Inc. He has received numerous awards and honors including Top 40 Under 40 by The Hartford Business Journal and BET Honors Next In Class.

WATCH BRANDON’S INTERVIEW

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To begin receiving exclusive content PRE-ORDER a copy of the book for yourself or to share with millennials you know, love or mentor.

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