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2020 Black Men in Excellence Networking Mixer

Sunrise, Florida — Black Professionals Network (BPN) will recognize Black Men in Excellence during its February Networking Mixer as part of its 2020 Black History Month events. This is the 2nd annual dedication recognizing black men in the South Florida community hosted this year in the Broward County region.

“Mediocrity will never do. You are capable of something better.”

― Gordon B. Hinckley.

Honorees include several members of the organization and community leaders who have made significant contributions within their profession and the South Florida community. Nominated and selected by a voting committee, honorees are role models and exhibited the organization’s principles of collaboration, self-determination, and community.

The event is free and open to the public, guests can register and learn more about other events taking place by the organization here: www.mybpnetwork.eventbrite.com

WHAT: Black Men in Excellence Networking Mixer, Open Press

WHEN: Thursday, February 20th, 2020, 6:30 pm

WHERE: GiGi’s Music Cafe, 4385 NW 88th Ave, Sunrise, FL 33351

WHO: Bilal Little, Marck K. Joseph, Esq., Richard Way III, Brandon Okpalobi, Dr. Joshua Moore, M.D, Brian Farrell, Papa Keith, Rashad D. Thomas, Clifford “Oujeroo” Williams, Lex Pierre-Louis

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About the Black Professionals Network

The Black Professionals Network (BPN) is a nonprofit social learning organization. BPN’s mission is to connect and develop motivated and goal-oriented black professionals into industry-ready leaders for the organizations and communities they serve. BPN provides programming, resources and, opportunities for those individuals to advance their goals and form a collaborative network under the guiding principle “together each achieves more.” 

For more information, visit www.mybpn.org/join

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