Dr. J Aleem Hud interview is with Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” on the Hump Day HUDDLE to give others the HBCU experience. Dr. J. Aleem Hud is the Executive Director of Project Rebound, Inc. and for information about him please visit http://www.projectreboundinc.org
Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” presented HBCU Monday on Facebook Live and YouTube. Talladega College Alumnus and George Washington Carver Boys Basketball Coach did the welcome for the program.
Welcome to HBCU Week and Please make This LAST (Like And Share This). HBCU Week is an online and virtual experience presented by Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” to give back to parents, students and HBCU Alumni. We will make this happen through programming and interviews. Here is the schedule for this week. Other events may be added so please tune in. All events will be seen on Facebook www.facebook.com/derrickhayes and YouTube www.youtube.com/entietainer
On Monday June 29th at 12 Noon EST. we will kick it off with HBCU Monday with the Welcome from Talladega College graduate Terry White who is the Basketball Coach at George Washington Carver.
On Monday June 29th at 7 PM EST. we will have VOTE Your Best Life as I will interview Edward Waters College graduate L.J. Holloway who is the Founder of All About Healthcare Advocates, Partner in Today’s Honoree and currently a candidate in the race for Congress in the 5th District in Florida
On Tuesday June 30th at 12 noon EST. I will interview Fort Valley State University graduate Ozone Mayweather who is an Entertainer, DJ and Brand Builder on Episode 23 of Life Skill Life School.
On Wednesday July 1st at 12 EST. we will have the HBCU Hump Day HUDDLE where I will interview former Tuskegee University professor Dr. J. Aleem Hud who is the Founder of Project Rebound, Inc.
On Thursday July 2nd we will have Spelman College graduate Candace Shaw who is the Founder of Why Hate Math www.whyhatemath.com on Episode 24 of Life Skill Life School.
Mechelle Tucker Interview Part 2 takes place on Life Skill Life School Episode 21 with Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” and in this conversation Mechelle Tucker is looking to be a blessing to at least 5 business owners. Please visit http://www.1stclassconsultant.com for more information on Mechelle Tucker.
Harold Michael Harvey the Freaknik Lawyer interviews with Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” to tell his story of how he kept black college students out of jail during the Freaknik in Atlanta, GA. For more information on Michael Harold Harvey please visit his website at http://www.haroldmichaelharvey.com
In this clip from the FBLA Regional Conference that took place in Columbus, Georgia at Shaw High School Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” gives inspiration and motivation to encourage the youth to develop their greatness. For more information on the Future Business Leaders of America please go https://georgiafbla.org/ and https://www.fbla-pbl.org/
Welcome to the Tuesday Tip that Ties you into greatness where Derrick Hayes the “enTIEtainer” inspires you to Never Give Up
Bow Tie Monday started at Jordan High School in Columbus, GA when Darius Moore asked Derrick Hayes to participate and where a Bow Tie each Monday.
The last thought on Derrick Hayes mind was to wear a tie to work but he also did not want to say no to someone else dream. After wearing a bow tie for a few weeks there was a day when the weather would not permit anyone to go out and get another bow tie so Hayes had to learn how to turn the regular ties that he already had into bow ties so that he could continue to participate in Bow Tie Monday.
Since Derrick Hayes did not kill his dream it ended up living his. Derrick Hayes went from not wanting to wear a tie to sharing and teaching others how to tie regular ties and also how to turn them into bow ties and the impact and feedback from men, women and children was incredible.
Now Derrick Hayes has branded himself as the “enTIEtainer” since he has added new tie tying techniques to his seminars, workshops, routines and Stand Up Encouragement sessions. The “enTIEtainer” is available to perform and uplift audiences at schools, colleges, corporations, meetings, events, concerts, festivals, clubs, casinos, churches, carnivals and other venues.
Welcome to this moment where Terrance Hill invited me to speak to the young men and women that he was helping teach how to play basketball at the Fort Service Learning Magnet Academy and in the clip I’m letting them know that they all have “Room To Grow.”