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Kerline K. Jules
Generation Y and Millennial Leaders To Spark Virtual Dialogue On Poverty in America at the Emerging Leaders Speak Twitter Town Hall
The Next Big Thing Movement
Government Affairs Manager
58th New York State Assembly District
Prospect Research Coordinator
Broward Partnership for the Homeless
Civic Engagement Expert
Educator, Niche Strategist & Power StorytellerZachary Rinkins (@RinkinsReport)
Host & Producer
The Rinkins Report
All emerging leaders around the nation are welcomed to join the discussion from the comfort of their computers, tablets and smart phones using the hashtag #ELSpeak. Participants will have the opportunity to shine light on areas such as The Disappearing Middle Class, Climbing Cost of Living, Unemployment Insurance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Rising Student Loan Debt. “Poverty is a real problem and we need as a community to start talking about it and we need for policy makers to start talking about it. If we don’t we will continue to see the poor get poorer and the heart of our nation, the middle class, will soon disappear. For millions of American families the unfortunate reality is that the only thing standing between them and poverty is their job.”, said Kerline K. Jules
With it’s origin from Galveston, Texas in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day, better known as Juneteenth, is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.
About The K.Jules Project
The K.Jules Project, with the tagline Passion. Purpose. Impact, is an initiative launched by South Florida native, leading young professional and community advocate Kerline K. Jules. This initiative embraces her life’s passion and purpose in social and economic empowerment. The K.Jules Project, sponsors various projects including, Passion Meets Purpose, highlighting individuals living their life’s passion and purpose; Emerging Leaders Speak, a platform designed for Generation Y and Millennial Leaders to discuss issues that impact the African Diaspora; and launching the Summer of 2014, Distinguished Gentlemen: Honoring The Gentlemen Making An Impact, which recognizes the achievements of African American male millennials.
The K.Jules Project endeavors to not only have a positive impact in the community but to also inspire others to walk this Earth like their footsteps matter, operate in their life’s passion and purpose and leave a lasting impact.
For more information, please contact Kerline K. Jules by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.