Local social influence brand Humbl Hustlr held its second Entrepreneurship Workshop & Community Cleanup on Saturday, Sept. 28, with students from Booker T. Washington High School and several Atlanta businessmen banding together to uplift young black men while giving back.
“We connected 32 young men from Booker T. Washington High School with 32 local Atlanta businessmen for brotherhood, mentorship and also community services,” said Lorenzo Gordon, founder of Humbl Hustlr.
The program began at the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for the entrepreneurship workshop and concluded at the Vine City community center for cleanup and a surprise visit from Atlanta City Councilman – District 3, Antonio Brown.
This is Gordon’s second entrepreneur workshop and community cleanup, bringing Atlanta-based entrepreneurs, businessmen in various industries, to the table to help local youth unlock their potential for business.
First appeared in The Atlanta Voice, Martel Sharpe, October 2019.