NAACP Author Pavilion Panel discussion to focus on raising the next generation of trailblazers
During the NAACP Experience at the Author Pavilion, panelists will be discussing Leadership Development during it's "Leadership:
"Because of the climate we are living in right now, it is imperative that we do all we can to motivate, encourage, and train the next level of civic leaders. We have become complacent. Basic rights and government assistance have some of us in a place where we don't feel the need to be mobilized any longer. We don't really push for change. We seem to rely on the older voices such as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, but this new generation needs new voices; voices that can give an articulate and educated perspective of the plight of blacks in America. Where these voices will come from remains to be seen. But, we must find them, cultivate them, and put them into action sooner rather than later. We must all ask ourselves what are we going to do about it and make the sacrifices necessary to create more than a moment." says Lacey-Donovan
Cheryl has said that she believes authentic leadership is the first step to creating a society that celebrates our differences while embracing our commonalities.
"Platforms like that created by the NAACP are the first step in getting there," says Lacey-Donovan
Cheryl Lacey Donovan is showing what she's going to do about it by moderating the Author Pavilion Panel discussion on leadership Saturday, July 14, 2018, at 1:30 pm during the NAACP National Convention being held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center 900 E Market St. San Antonio, Texas.
For more information about Cheryl visit her http://www.cherylspeaks.org. To book Cheryl for interviews, panel discussions, etc. contact Elissa Gabrielle 862-215-2980 or by email at elissagabriellepublisher@
As an advocate, Cheryl is a servant leader to women working for the greater good, pushing social change with purpose, and causing shifts that empower the powerless. Cheryl helps women open up as they become renewed and rejuvenated, in body, mind, and soul. She is more teacher than leader, more mentor than boss. Cheryl is an Award-winning Best-Selling Author, Inspirational Speaker, Mentor, Entrepreneur, and Media Personality.
About The NAACP
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.