2018 Leadership Summit
December 6th - December 8th
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Registration for the 2018 Leadership Summit is required to book a room at the 100 Black Men of America rate. A link to “BOOK A ROOM” will be provided in your registration confirmation email.
Rates Starting at $135/night
100 Black Men of America, Inc.
Man and Woman of the Year
2018 Man of the Year
Founder and President Ben Crump Law, PLLC
2018 WOMan of the Year
Founder & Chairperson Urban One, Inc.
Man and Woman of the Year Reception
Breakfast With Champions
Listen to the history of our American civil rights leaders and activists, educators, and sports leaders; gain a better understanding on what these individuals have gone through to better the lives of African Americans; and have a fireside chat regarding our nation on today. Participants will leave knowing they too can become Champions of their work.
Civic Engagement Breakfast
#RealMenVote100 Mission was to maximize the power and influence of the black men’s vote in the 2018 Mid-Term Election and beyond. Now that the Mid-Terms Election is over, how can we continue to keep people engaged to go to the voting polls moving forward? Panelists will discuss their perspectives regarding the outcome of the Mid-Terms election and provide strategies the Leadership Summit attendees can take back with them to increase the number of engaged citizens and voters within their communities for future elections.
Community Engagement: Violence Prevention
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Violence is a serious public health problem. From infants to the elderly, it affects people in all stages of life. Many more survive violence and suffer physical, mental, and or emotional health problems throughout the rest of their lives.” Engage with panelists and listen to strategies that can be implemented within your community to prevent violence before it begins.
African American National Leadership Forum: High Quality Education & Performing Schools
Parents, teachers, legislative, and community leaders need to work together to advocate for high-quality education and performing schools. Having a high- quality education at a high-quality performing school makes all the difference for students who are seeking to further their education beyond high school. Participants will leave knowing the impact high-quality education has on students, the benefits quality classroom teachers have on students’ success, and the advocacy steps needed to ensure high-quality education is provided at all schools regardless of the performance of the educational system.