Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Demetrius Short, CEO of Transformation Life Center, who shares the story of starting the nonprofit organization twelve years ago and discusses their mission and efforts to ignite, inspire, and transform the lives of African American college students and youth living in underserved communities through Education, Leadership, Health and Wellness. During the interview, Demetrius talks about their 12th Annual Steps of Success 5k on September 10, their Pathway to Success Initiative Leadership Academy, how the program is impacting youth, ways the community can support their efforts and more.
- Transformation Life Center turns 12 years old this year! Our mission is to ignite (purpose), inspire (success) and transform the lives of African American collegiate students and youth living in underserved communities through Education, Leadership, Health and Wellness.
- Pathway to Success Initiative (P2SI) Leadership Academy ·
- Black Men Run, Brown Boys Read Initiative – inspiring inner-city youth to fall in love with reading through their love of running. Improving literacy, developing leaders and combatting heart disease, hypertension, stroke, stress and mental health of African American males targeting 3r-5th graders
- 12th Annual Steps of Success 5K, Saturday, September 10, 2022, at Shelby Park. I’ll be running in a suit and sneakers in our annual 5k run/walk fundraiser.
Website: www.transformationlifecenter.org, | www.stepsofsuccess5k.org
Transformation Life Center – https://www.facebook.com/Transformation-Life-Center-101602571394990,
Steps of Success 5K – https://www.facebook.com/StepsOfSuccess5K
Instagram: @tlc_nash, @stepsofsuccess5k