Dr. King, My First Virtual Mentor

I still remember when I first learned of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I was in the 2nd grade. His story stuck in my head, for a number of reasons, but being non-violent was the most impactful of all of them. It surprised me he had taken the non-violent route and I wondered how he kept his cool through so much … Read More

Bridging the Gap

What Makes the Difference? I think there has always been the question on how two people can have the same backgrounds and one becomes a success and the other misses out. I’ve been searching for the answer for some time now. I can’t say I’ve found the answer, but I think I’ve got one key down. Application Today, I’ve been … Read More