Black Leaders Making a Difference in Palm Beach County

PBI is pleased to present a series of Q&As with Black leaders making a difference in the community. These tremendous individuals share their philosophies, inspirations, and the challenges they face as leaders to empower the next generation of philanthropists, problem-solvers, artists, and change-makers.

Charlene Farrington

The executive director of the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum reflects upon leadership, Black history, and the value of apprenticeships.

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Palm Beach County residents Fatou Koume, Nadège Nightingale, Kayla Puzon, and Delilah Taylor are the co-founders and board members of the grassroots movement.

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Leslie Gray Streeter 

We chat with the author and columnist about reporting, writing, and pivoting.

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Keith James

The Mayor of the City of West Palm Beach shares insight into his professional development and his philosophy on leadership.

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Patrick Livingston

The Founder of Arms of Hope Community Inc. reflects on what it means to lend a helping hand.

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Ricky Petty 

We chat with the project director of Healthier Boynton Beach about community and leadership.

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