Vince Bayyan is a Life Coach who is passionate about engaging young adults and professionals from diverse backgrounds in what he calls “the process of information transfer and personal transformation”. Mr. Bayyan skillfully facilitated much of the group discussion in the documentary.
Dr. Marvin Connelly serves as Chief of Staff for the Wake County Public Schools and has served previously as Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services, a High School Principal and a Middle School Principal.
As a Lead Project Manager for Cisco Systems, Rene Daughtry has inspired hundreds of students to pursue higher education and consider a career in science and technology through aggressive outreach efforts and the establishment of Cisco Network Academies at several universities.
As a motivational speaker and cancer survivor, Richard Dowdy, inspires and empowers people of all backgrounds to reach far beyond their current status with his passion for positive change.
Robert Horne is a foreign missionary and licensed mental health/substance abuse counselor and lecturer currently working on a dissertation on the topic of “Spirituality & Addiction among Black Males in the US, Liberia & South Africa”.
Writer, actor, singer, poet and founder of The Sean Ingram Creative Arts Academy, Sean Ingram and has mentored many students to use the arts as an expression of their lives and a way to uplift and give back to their community.
William C. Kincy is the Coordinator of the Pathways Male Mentoring Program at Wake Technical Community College, which provides a supportive network that fosters and nurtures academic excellence for minority males.
Executive Director/Founder of the Cornel West Academy of Excellence and Founder of the Future Black Men of America, Antoine Medley evinces a proven record of selfless community involvement and consistent advocacy on behalf of black men and at-risk youth.