How Often Do You Mix Your Knowledge To Incorporate Organizational Achievement?

Catalyst Network Foundation Inc.
A Meeting of the Minds
"Sports Industry: Black & Latin Athlete | Black & Latin Professional"

Wednesday, October 21st | 6:00 - 9:00pm
KATRA Lounge: 217 Bowery, New York, NY

2 for 1 Drink Specials 

In today's society networking takes on a different form for professionals in the journalism field of shaping their careers to inspire pursuit.  Panel discussions after work or during a workshop is a new non-profit education initiative to enrich and develop professionals in their career mission recognized by proclamation.  Mixing Knowledge today to incorporate organizational achievement means to drive politics using the fundamentals of management to connect all walks of life to assist with academic ambition.

The Catalyst Network Foundation Inc., a non-profit education initiative (501(c)(3) organization drives organizations based out of Washington, D.C. and New York City to focus their time and efforts to special projects that benefits Summer Intensive Programs or Annual Fellowships for high school sophomores and juniors at a CNF partnered high school.  In exchange for the partnership, enrolled applicants who are selected into fellowship scholars are trained, toured in corporate offices, pitched business ideas, and developed to use professional skills to survive.

For the professional that mixes, panelist are invited to present their business models to the crowd about mainstream issues in a Featured Topic centered around culture.  Why call on Black Journalist today for a Mixer?  Well, the story is simple!  Today's society for Blacks is faced with many pressures , social inequalities, and assumptions to how business relationships are formed with professionals.  If journalist, or business writers and commentators are pitched to report stories then mixers will allow shared knowledge to become diverse in thought.  Accountability to remain similar is to understand if there is enough similarities being managed under a strategy of Black leadership.

If you haven't got involved with today's youth start today!  Tickets and donations are still welcome for this New York City event on

Some of the Panelist selected for this event will be:

Fatimah Gilliam, Esq., Founder and CEO of The Azara Group

Mike Roberts, Entrepreneur, specializing in sports and entertainment industry

Mia Hall, Speaker, Content Producer, and Community Strategist

Taneshia Nash Laird, co-owner, MIST Harlem, NYC

Panel Moderator

Bert Gervais, Founder of Success Mentor Education, and Coordinator for Project D.R.E.A.M.


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