African Community Fund for Education Builds Cincinnati Team
Cincinnati, OH. May 26, 2018. Cincinnati leaders, Byron Stallworth, Carla Walker and Terence Harrison, host President and CEO of the African Community Fund for Education (ACFE) Group, Stanley Ndambakuwa. Ndambakuwa founded the organization with a vision ‘to empower the African community’ through education and leadership development by availing education funds to the disadvantaged in marginalized communities.
Byron Stallworth has more than 14 years of sales management and marketing experience in the various commercial industries, working with Fortune 100, 500 and 1000 companies.
Terence Harrison has many years of experience in the world of higher education working with underserved and minority students.
Carla Walker is the owner of local strategic communications and strategic planning consultancy, think BIG strategies. Walker has served as the strategic advisor to Ndambakuwa and the ACFE since 2016.
An opportunity for the Cincinnati community to learn more about the programs and purpose of the African Community Fund for Education, to become a partner with the organization to build a network of support across Cincinnati as a base of support in the United States.
WHEN: JUNE 2, 2018
TIME: NOON PM – 4:00 PM
Burnett Woods Park, 3251 Brookline Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45220
Light appetizers and refreshments will be available. Entertainment includes poetry and live music.
Stanley Ndambakuwa, Byron Stallworth, and Terence Harrison are available for interviews in advance and the day of the event.