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Jason Barnes Jason Barnes

Jason Barnes was born in The Bronx, New York and grew up in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned a Bachelor of Accounting from Coppin State University. He has helped establish start-up companies in Baltimore, New York, and Washington D.C. Jason is committed to building and rebuilding lives through mentorship, stewardship, and fellowship. In his spare time, he facilitates a Christian education class for 9 – 10 graders in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also the Director of Fundraising for Black Millennials for Flint. Jason is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He enjoys playing basketball, traveling, and participating in community service activities. He currently resides in the Metro D.C. area.


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Are You Really A Leader? 3 Clutch Power Moves For The Culture

Most people believe they’re great leaders. They share it on job-interviews, networking events, and daily conversations. They automatically take the lead on projects, tasks and activities because they’re natural “leaders” and they can move groups toward victory. However, comparing yourself to others doesn’t automatically justify your ability to lead. Your...

Your Squad Isn't Lit: How To Tell The Difference And Experience Growth

Being bad and bougie doesn’t guarantee a lit squad. It doesn't matter if you’re Barack, Michelle, or Oprah vacationing on a yacht or you with your friends strategizing on changing the world, every excellent squad relies on common principles. An effective squad will shape your values, activate your purpose, and maximize your gifts. They will recognize your...

Reclaiming My Time: 3 People In your Circle That You Should Avoid

Toxic people interrupt our lives forcing us to mismanage our time, energy, and resources. Although we cannot reclaim our time from them, we can certainly ensure it doesn’t happen again. Typically, toxic people embody 3 critical characteristics, make sure you avoid them.1.  Lack interest towards our growthOur lives are filled with opportunities to grow. Growing through...