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SHIFT Magazine Features Its First Openly Gay Service Member Loren Harris For Cover
Prominent global speaker and coach selected for cover of SHIFT Magazine
By: Shift Magazine
Loren Harris spent four years in the Air Force and shortly after that he landed his first recording contract and moved to Hollywood. He also created the company, "Apology Accepted" during that time and was featured in PEOPLE magazine for his work.
Coming up through the foster care system, Loren didn't have it easy and over the course of his tenure he experienced 22 different mother figures in his young life. This experience was often that of a war zone, rarely knowing what might come at you from day to day.
Loren created The Power of We Symposium to support youth in becoming leaders in their communities. This is a powerful multi-city experience where Youths from different schools are personally invited to attend presentations and develop themselves as leaders. Loren raises funds personally for these events and every show is a masterpiece, creating inspiration and growth.
He has been selected for the cover of veteran owned digital magazine SHIFT Advanced Life Design in recognition of his selfless contributions to his community and for his desire to be a voice of those that are currently being marginalized for their sexual orientation or gender identity.
There are currently 400,000 children in the foster care system according to Adopt US Kids. https://www.adoptuskids.org/
"I only encourage others through doors that I have possession of the keys to, in other words, I simply direct others to the promises that are available to all." - Loren Harris, Air Force Veteran, Host of the TV Show, Bathrobe Moments and founder of The Power of We Symposium.
To learn more about The Power of We Symposium, watch Loren in action here: https://www.youtube.com/
Connect with Loren and learn more about his amazing work at https://lorenmichaelsharris.com/
Loren Harris is a leader in helping people develop their purpose, passion and ultimately their own leadership skills. He supports Youth in becoming the best version of themselves. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force and continues to serve the world at large with passion and purpose.
Robert Garcia, SHIFT Magazine