We’re forming a new voice  – one that brings our rich and forgotten history to the center of culture. One that allows for the flowing of ideas and welcomes creativity. One that influences our young people and unites our communities.

The Voices Project gathers leaders of color who work and pursue change – through the church, education, art, media & entertainment, politics or business – for important conversations about the current challenges and triumphs within communities of color and our role as cultural influencers. We train and promote leaders of color to fulfill our mission of influencing culture.

Training and Promoting

We provide insight on how to be effective in leadership within one’s respective area of cultural influence in a way that is rooted in the history and experience of people of color.  We advise organizational and institutional leadership on the self-reflection and correction needed to better support and retain leaders of color and we connect leaders of color to leadership opportunities that are based in their areas of expertise within a domain of cultural influence.

Initiatives
  • Mentorship or Small Group Training with Voices Staff (ongoing)
  • Publishing Company (ongoing)
  • Bi-annual Leadership Gathering (January and August)
  • HBCU Tour (February)
  • Voices Conference (May)
  • Northwestern College Tour (October)
  • Monthly Newsletter (ongoing)