Monthly Archives: May 2014

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The groundwork for Leadership, (Taylor Wilson Thompson, 2013) first started on a playground. Taylor Wilson Thompson, then age 10, wanted to repair broken swings, teeter-totters, and other playground equipment, so her peers could have a safe place to roam and be creative. The problem Thompson faced was that she lacked money to purchase materials for the new Read More →

One of the reasons why I wanted to write this blog was to inspire children to believe they can reach their goals, despite the obstacles that surround them. Golf is a largely competitive sport; participation by minorities is about 5.5 million. According to African American Golf Digest, golf represents an untapped pool of an emerging demand, but participation Read More →

Sheila Johnson, who played a pivotal role in founding Back Entertainment Television, is helping to increase diversity in golf. Johnson is the first black woman on the United States Golf Association’s 15-member executive committee. Before she made history on the USGA, Johnson made an investment in athletic teams by purchasing the Washington Mystics, and became the vice chairman of Read More →