What are you building from the life you have been given?
George Fraser has built a 51,000 membership based global leadership network committed to networking training, economic development, and wealth creation through education, training and empowerment for people of color.
He was born in Brooklyn, NY into a family of 11 children (8 boys and 3 girls). When George’s mom became mentally ill, George’s dad, a cab driver, couldn’t care for 11 children so George was orphaned at 3 and spent 14 years in foster homes. Growing up on the streets of New York, he had little hope and no expectations.
Although his guidance counselor suggested he drop out of high school, George graduated from high school with a vocational diploma in woodworking because the school system did not consider him college material. Thank God, George felt differently…for several years, he mopped floors on the midnight shift at LaGuardia Airport, while he paid his way through college.
George went on to leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, the United Way, and Ford Motor Company.
Listen in as George shares his years of experience in building multiple initiatives that have created his future and shown others what it takes to engage life.
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Trusting that this message reaches you and your family in good health.
Ronald M Allen