Brandon Frame: Internationally Recognized Servant Leader, CVO of The BlackManCan Inc.
Brandon Frame, internationally-recognized community servant and leader, partners with other individuals, businesses, and non-profits to educate, celebrate, and inspire boys and men of color to help them achieve their maximum potential. As a visionary and worldwide influencer, Brandon is a key player in the new reality where black men of tomorrow can realize their dreams in a world that perceives them as capable.
To achieve this, he has launched several award-winning initiatives. He founded The BlackManCan, Inc. (TBMC), where he serves as Chief Visionary Officer. Through TBMC, he forms strategic partnerships to create spaces where young black men can be more vulnerable, have their stories heard, and self-identify with positive images of adult men of color.
In his role with High School Inc., Brandon is the director of business partnerships and development and the dean of the School of Insurance and Finance. Additionally, he oversees the dean in charge of curriculum, career development, and departmental fundraising at High School, Inc. He also co-founded the award-winning Twitter chat #hiphopped and is the author of Define Yourself, Redefine the World: A Guided Journal for Boys and Men of Color.
Beginning initially with boys in the Eastside of Atlanta from the Arden charter school, TMBC’s current fundraising campaign, “Raising Kings”, will bring stories to the community from boys and their families about the impact TMBC has had on their lives. Through this effort, Brandon will further his goal of improving the self-image and life trajectory of black boys and young men, encouraging them to participate in a conscious social community, living lives of intent.
Brandon graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and currently resides in Hartford, Connecticut. Recognized as one of the Most Influential People of African Descent and as an NV Magazine Mover and Shaker, he has received numerous awards for his excellence and humble service to communities. These include, among others, the prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major Award and the Change Maker of the Year Award. His work has been recognized by the Boston Globe, CBS, and NBC, and Black Entertainment Television has named him Next in Class in Education.
In his personal time, Brandon enjoys working out, playing basketball, traveling, cheering the Dallas Cowboys to victory, and spending time with mentoring children. Through his efforts, Brandon hopes to create a legacy upon which even his children’s children can stand, in a new, purposefully-created world where black boys and men can achieve anything.
Brandon can be reached via email at email@example.com