L.O.T is a vibrant urban organization located in Brooklyn, NY. This mentoring and development program founded by Minister Lamor M. Whitehead; enriches lives, emboldens confidence and expands options of our youth by building strong leaders in both the classrooms and in their surrounding communities. They are committed to providing educational opportunities, mentoring, athletic training, and opportunities to travel abroad to learn about other cultures. At L.O.T, they believe that cultivating the youth’s sense of empowerment and connectedness is key to creating positive change in communities.
The intentions of Eric L. Adams and Minister Lamor M. Whitheadon this formal celebratory evening of February 27th , at the Boys & Girls High School, in the ever-changing borough of Brooklyn, NY is to recognize those individuals in the community, and celebrities who display care, concern and action to continuously provide a positive, influential presence to the youth;
The purpose and intent [of a true leader] shall be to elevate mankind’s faith, and to fill the world with justice -- Maimonides, Laws of Kings, 4:10
It is crucial to recognize these leaders of their communities and to show them thanks for all they do, therefore our leaders of yesterday, today and tomorrow will have a path, and plan set for them to understand and emulate so that their futures continue to be bright. The night will start with a meet and greet with light hors d’ oeuvres served by Omar’s Kitchen; Natural- organic drinks from Gruvi Juices; The program will begin with angelic performances of praise and worship; recognitions from featured speakers: Reverend Al Sharpton, Eric L. Adams, Robert Cornegy, and Laurie Coumbo. The memorable award ceremony will include a deserving list of community and celebrity honorees; NY Giants Player, Carl Banks; Gospel Singer and Pastor, Bishop Hezekiah Walker; Bad Boy Entertainment CFO, Derek Ferguson; SONT ATV Exec. Walter Jones; Editor of Right on Magazine, PR, Cynthia Horner; Creator of Video Music Box, Ralph McDaniels; Boxer, Zab Judah; NBA Player, Carmelo Anthony; Actress, Regina Taylor; Community Activist, Marilyn Mosley; Brooklyn Entrepreneur, Jean Alerte; and Hip Hop Pioneers, Naughty by Nature, just to name a few. The list is an extensive one of influential powerful leaders who are overly deserving of these recognitions.
As “One” Brooklyn will come together on this illustrious evening and bring this bold movement to light. As a forerunner, counselor, pioneer; everyone must be a leader. It is pivotal that the youth have individuals to assist them on their positive journeys through life.
To learn more about L.O.T and this event, log on to www.leadersoftomorrowbrooklyn.org A live stream of the ceremony will also be provided. Join L.O.T. and become a Leader for our youth.