3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Great Hall 5 & 6


7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Adult Registrants – Explore Ft. Lauderdale (On your own)

6:30 am - 7:00 pm Great Hall 5 Foyer

The 100 Daily Fitness (Yoga / Run Walk)

Patrick Lyons Patrick Lyons
7:00 am - 7:45 am 308

The 100 Daily Devotion

7:00 am - 7:00 pm 220

The Serenity Experience - Health & Wellness


Sponsors: Pfizer

Zelda Johnson Zelda Johnson
8:00 am - 7:00 pm Great Hall 5 & 6

Registration / 100 Lounge

8:00 am - 9:03 am 303

National Mentoring Training

This training is designed to certify all members in mentoring as well as train potential members (League of Trainers) throughout the organization to train in their respective chapters and regions. The training will cover the History of Mentoring, The Relevance of Mentoring in Today’s Society, The Why in Mentoring, Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime, Current Research, The Impact of Mentoring, and How to Build Effective Mentoring Programs.

Dr. Joshua W. Murfree, Jr. Dr. Joshua W. Murfree, Jr.
8:00 am - 9:30 am 307

Economic Empowerment Breakfast

Economic Empowerment Breakfast: From Community Banking to Community Building Overview: Chase is committed to making a difference in the communities we serve. From the basics of banking, to growing wealth through homeownership and scaling your business, we will share tools and resources around the things that make a difference to you, your family, your business, and our communities! Join us for an engaging breakfast on how to grow with a banking partner!

Michael Sibblis Michael Sibblis
Jennifer Pena Jennifer Pena
Grace Escudero Grace Escudero
Isabel Hegel Isabel Hegel
7:30 am - 9:30 am 302

Leadership Institute: Leadership with a Global Footprint (For Institute Cohorts Only)

Overview: Module VII: The course, Leadership with A Global Footprint, will lend its presentation to a global atmosphere for change and how to effectuate such change in an impactful manner. This presentation of a Global footprint will support the evaluation of a global perspective on education, health, travel, leadership, foreign trade, and what we can do as an organization to make a difference in the global space. This Global presentation will explore the work of John Maxwell’s Global Leadership Perspective, The Next Generation, as well as other similar training tools. As an organization the following topics will also be covered:

  • Practicum For Current World Leadership Issues

  • Impact of Diversity & Inclusion in A Changing Demography

Thomas B. Henderson Thomas B. Henderson
Keith Ivory Millner Keith Ivory Millner
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Regency 1-3

Opening Ceremony/ Barbershop Forum

Overview: Local governments play a major role in advancing racial equity and inclusion within its cities and counties. As residents demand equal opportunities and access for all, governments must continue to change its policies so people of color will also benefit. How can mayors, police chiefs, and other city leaders work together to build a government that eliminates racial inequities and improve outcomes for all racial groups? During this forum, panel experts will provide their solutions to eradicate racial inequities in local governments.

Jeff Johnson Jeff Johnson
Wayne M. Messam Wayne M. Messam
Steven L. Reed Steven L. Reed
Honorable Mark Anthony Scott Honorable Mark Anthony Scott
Rodney Bryant Rodney Bryant
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm Great Hall 1-4

Salute to Youth Luncheon

Rev. Dr. Jamal-Harrison Bryant Rev. Dr. Jamal-Harrison Bryant
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Regency 3

Adult Workshop I : The Heart Truth: The Intersection of Heart

Overview: Mental health is an important part of overall health and refers to a person’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Mental health involves how we think, feel, act, and make choices. During the Covid-19 pandemic, risks related to both heart and mental health are on the rise. Evidence shows that mental health disorders-such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD, can develop after cardiac events, including heart failure, stroke, and heart attack. These disorders can be brought on after an acute heart disease event from factors including pain, fear of death or disability, and financial problems associated with the event. During this workshop, a team of experts will discuss heart health, risk factors for heart disease, and the impact of heart disease on mental health.

Dr. Vaughn N. Gay Dr. Vaughn N. Gay
Dr. Michael-Renee Godfrey Dr. Michael-Renee Godfrey
Eric Griggs, MD Eric Griggs, MD
Arthur Vaughn, Ed.D. Arthur Vaughn, Ed.D.
Carla Smith, LMSW Carla Smith, LMSW
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm 307

Collegiate 100 Workshop: How the Pandemic Has Affected the Mental Health of Today’s Collegiate

Overview: College students have encountered unique challenges leading to poor mental health in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Before the pandemic started, one in five college students experienced one or more diagnosable mental disorders worldwide. The fact that the COVID-19 pandemic affects collegiate mental health underscores the urgent need to understand these challenges and concerns. During this session, a panel of experts will discuss the development of courses of action and public health messaging that can better support college students in this crisis.

Stephanie E. Johnson, M.A. Stephanie E. Johnson, M.A.
Lorna Johnson, MSN, NM, NP Lorna Johnson, MSN, NM, NP
Jared C. Fields Jared C. Fields
Erika Y. Mitchell Erika Y. Mitchell
Dr. Joshua W. Murfree, Jr. Dr. Joshua W. Murfree, Jr.
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Diplomat 1

Youth Middle School Workshop – Wells Fargo Hands on Banking

The Hands on Banking® Experience is a “real-world” money management simulation for high school students and young adults that helps teach important financial education concepts such as budgeting, comparison shopping, and evaluating needs, wants, and trade off’s in a relevant and engaging way.

Wells Fargo Wells Fargo
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Diplomat 2

Youth High School (9, 10, 11) Workshop– Wells Fargo Hands on Banking

The Hands on Banking® Experience is a “real-world” money management simulation for high school students and young adults that helps teach important financial education concepts such as budgeting, comparison shopping, and evaluating needs, wants, and trade off’s in a relevant and engaging way.

Wells Fargo Wells Fargo
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Diplomat 5

Wells Fargo National Junior Investment Competition Junior Investment Chapter Grantees Only

Valerie Jenkins Valerie Jenkins
Anthony Branch Anthony Branch
Bonnie Wallace Bonnie Wallace
L. Vickie V. Frazier-Williams, MBA L. Vickie V. Frazier-Williams, MBA
Mark A. Rowley, CRCP Mark A. Rowley, CRCP
Joe Grant Joe Grant
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Diplomat 3

Collegiate Workshop - Wells Fargo Financial Education Seminar – Owning Your Future

Attendees: High School Seniors & College

Wells Fargo Wells Fargo
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Regency 1

Adult Workshop: The Plight of Education

Overview: The economic downturn and failing schools are perpetuated by the lack of exposure, resources, attitude, and the fact that failure in one community will transform failure in another community and poverty wins again. This workshop will explore several salient issues around the plight of education during the early inception of the COVID Pandemic and crisis. During this workshop, panel experts will discuss strategies that will assist in helping the audience better understand next steps and how we can better prepare our children, youth, families, and communities when the unknown strikes as did COVID-19 Coronavirus.

Patricia “Patty” Brown Patricia “Patty” Brown
Larry Robinson Ph.D Larry Robinson Ph.D
Dr. Lisa Herring Dr. Lisa Herring
Dr. Joseph Silver Dr. Joseph Silver
Dr. Harry L. Williams Dr. Harry L. Williams
Devin Del Palacio Devin Del Palacio
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Diplomat 2

Youth Workshop: Overcoming the Youth Mental Health Crisis in the Black Community (Middle School and (9th – 11th grade)

Overview: Mental Health is not only a concern for adults, but it is also impacting the lives of our youth. "Research shows that the Black community experiences similar rates of mental illness as other populations. But individuals in this community may be less likely to seek treatment. Up to 75% of mental health challenges emerge during adolescence, and according to the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) curriculum, one in five teens has had a serious mental health disorder at some point in their life." During this workshop, panel experts will bring awareness to mental health so students can leave with valuable resources that will help create a positive change towards seeking help when needed.

Dr. Vaughn N. Gay Dr. Vaughn N. Gay
Dr. Ebony Butler Dr. Ebony Butler
Dr. Delvena Thomas Dr. Delvena Thomas
Doug Middleton Doug Middleton
Adejare A. McMillan, M.S. Adejare A. McMillan, M.S.
6:45 pm - 10:15 pm Boat Cruise

Stakeholders Reception


Kizie The Violinist Kizie The Violinist
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm Aizia

Youth and Chaperone Orientation / Youth Party

6:00 am - 7:00 am Great Hall 5 Foyer

The 100 Daily Fitness


Sponsors: Army

7:00 am - 5:00 pm 220

The Serenity Experience

7:00 am - 7:45 am 301

The 100 Daily Devotion

8:00 am - 5:00 pm Great Hall 5


8:00 am - 10:00 am Great 1-4

State of the 100 Report Breakfast & Conversation with Chairman Dortch

Tommy Dortch and CT Vivian

Eric H. Holder, Jr. Eric H. Holder, Jr.
Barrion Boyle, Jr. Barrion Boyle, Jr.
Dr. Charles Steele, Jr. Dr. Charles Steele, Jr.
Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. Thomas W. Dortch, Jr.
Malik Poindexter Malik Poindexter
Xernona Clayton Xernona Clayton
Melanie Campbell Melanie Campbell
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Regency 1

Adult & Collegiate Workshop: Eradicating Violence in Schools, on College Campuses, and in Our Communities

Overview: Violence has eradiated our communities for years from domestic violence within the homes, violence throughout the streets, youth fighting in the classrooms, and now killings on our college campuses. During this workshop, panel experts will discuss solutions for violence prevention so we can remain safe and healthy throughout all stages of our lives.

Dr. George T. French Dr. George T. French
Kyle Walcott Kyle Walcott
Gale S. Nelson Gale S. Nelson
Dr. Steve Gallon, III Dr. Steve Gallon, III
Michael McGee, MD, MPH, FACEP Michael McGee, MD, MPH, FACEP
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Regency 3

Women of Influence: Challenges in Leadership from African American Women’s Perspective

Overview: “One of the greatest challenges of leadership is shouldering the responsibility it confers. Part of that responsibility is the responsibility to deal with those aspects of yourself that can keep you from being an effective leader." However, one must not only focus on within because there are aspects throughout society that can also impact leaders. During this workshop, influential African American women will discuss the issues around the new laws surrounding voter suppression, reproductive health, abortion, and gender equality that have all challenged female leaders today.

Valerie Love Valerie Love
Virginia W. Harris, MPA, CIA, CGFM Virginia W. Harris, MPA, CIA, CGFM
Katrina Adams Katrina Adams
Elizabeth A. Jones, MBA, CA Elizabeth A. Jones, MBA, CA
Brig. Gen. Daphne D. Davis Brig. Gen. Daphne D. Davis
10:30 am - 12:15 pm Diplomat 1

Youth Workshop: Navigating Social Media: The Perils, Pitfalls

Overview: Social media platforms play a significant role in our daily lives with 3.5 billion users globally and nearly 300 million in the United States. When used properly, platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, WhatsApp, Weixin/WeChat, and YouTube are invaluable resources for employment, entrepreneurship, e-commerce, education, elections, and entertainment. There is a dark side, however. The increasing amounts of misinformation, disinformation, bullying, deep fakes, and unaccountable influencers have raised the question of whether the benefits outweigh the negative daviseffects. Are the algorithms that are used helpful or hurtful? During this workshop, panelists will discuss their opinions regarding these platforms and the greater awareness and skills that are needed in navigating the perils, pitfalls, and possibilities of social media.


Sponsor: Ed Choice

Joshua Harden Joshua Harden
Richard McCulloch Richard McCulloch
Veda Coleman-Wright Veda Coleman-Wright
Mike Utaegbulam Mike Utaegbulam
Dr. Delvena Thomas Dr. Delvena Thomas
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm Great Hall 1-4

Chairman’s Awards Luncheon

The Coca-Cola Company The Coca-Cola Company
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm Diplomat 1-3 and holding room Regency 1

State Farm Youth Competitions and Awards Ceremony

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc., in collaboration with State Farm, established and implemented the Dollars and $ense Youth Investment Competition to address and help eradicate financial illiteracy among youth of color. This rigorous financial literacy program was designed to provide high school students with early opportunities to learn and apply best practice principles for saving and investing. Attendees will get to witness the finalists compete for their chance to win scholarships and earn the Championship title and trophy. The 100 Black Men of America, Inc., established and implemented the Brace B. Godfrey, Jr. African American History Challenge Youth Competition as an innovative, relevant, and exciting way for our mentees to learn about the trials and triumphs of their ancestors. Knowledge is indeed power! As our students learn for themselves, the facts about the roles and contributions of their ancestors, to the building and growth of America, they will be empowered to reverse the ignorance previously taught and reject any future erroneous teachings. Attendees will get to witness the finalist Junior and Senior Division teams compete for their chance to win cash prizes, scholarships, trophies, medallions, and earn the title, Champions.

State Farm State Farm
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm 307

C100 Leadership Institute

Overview: The Collegiate 100 Leadership Institute will select three (3) chapters to present their Case studies during conference.

Michael W. Victorian Michael W. Victorian
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm Aizia

Club 100: Youth Party

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm Great Hall 1-4

The 100 Black Tie Awards Gala

D-Nice D-Nice
Mike Phillips Mike Phillips
After 7 After 7
Lamman Rucker Lamman Rucker
Hank Stewart Hank Stewart
John Hope Bryant John Hope Bryant
Dr. George T. French Dr. George T. French
Virginia W. Harris, MPA, CIA, CGFM Virginia W. Harris, MPA, CIA, CGFM
6:30 am - 7:00 am Great Hall Foyer

The 100 Daily Fitness

7:00 am - 12:00 pm 220

100 Serenity Experience

7:00 am - 7:45 am 301

The 100 Daily Devotion

8:00 am - 12:00 pm Great Hall 5-6

Registration / 100 Lounge

9:00 am - 11:00 am Great Hall 1-4

Report From Our Youth Breakfast

Sponsors: Georgia Pacific, Shell, and Walmart

11:30 am - 1:00 pm Regency 2

Delegates Assembly

11:30 am - 1:00 pm Diplomat 1-3

Youth Summit: Exploring the Benefits of STEM

Overview: The habits of mind developed in STEM can help people at every level to deal more effectively with the total process of living as well-adjusted, intellectually competent, self-determining individuals. Without the ability to think critically and independently about problems that involve evidence, quantitative considerations, logical arguments, and uncertainties, we become easy prey for dogmatists, con artists, and purveyors of simple solutions to complex problems. STEM holds the promise of addressing 21st-century challenges in energy, environment, climate, hunger, health, transportation, and communication. STEM principles related to systems, components processes, and relationships give people a sound basis for assessing the use of new technologies and their implications for our future. During this workshop, panel experts will discuss how STEM careers are power seats, and the need for more inclusive representation at the tables where decisions are made.

Sherrie Philon, Ed.S Sherrie Philon, Ed.S
Sharon Caples McDougle Sharon Caples McDougle
Dr. Marcus Huggans Dr. Marcus Huggans
Demetrious Parker Demetrious Parker
Calvin Nellum Calvin Nellum
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Atlantic 1

Collegiate Workshop: Improving Opportunities for Generational Wealth within the Black Community

Overview: “The median Black family wealth is $24,000 while the median White family wealth is around $188,000. According to the Economic State of Black America report, Black wealth could skyrocket if financial barriers were dismantled."  During this workshop, panel experts will address the racial wealth divide and how Black college students can begin building generational wealth for themselves and their families.

Ralph Colimon Ralph Colimon
Milton H. Jones, Jr. Milton H. Jones, Jr.
Sandra Richards Sandra Richards
Mary Sheffield Mary Sheffield
Kristopher Mixon Kristopher Mixon
Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Atlantic 1

Collegiate Workshop and Luncheon

Overview: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access mean different things to different organizations and individuals. During this session, DEI&A leaders will share perspectives on how to break down the terms and make them meaningful for attendees.

James Duke James Duke
1:45 pm - 4:15 pm Diplomat Landing - South Beach Lady

Wells Fargo Women of Influence II : Own Your Future: Empowering Black Women to Build Wealth for Themselves and for Future Generations

Overview: According to the SEC, the Black community has a spending power of over $1 trillion, but most of it flows through the community (spending) rather than being invested in wealth-building strategies. Additionally, nearly 60% of Black women have not invested in anything creating a problem not just for the current generation but for future generations as well. Join this session to learn about strategies that you can use to overcome real and perceived obstacles to investing and to build generational wealth.


Boarding:  1:30 PM


Sponsor: Wells Fargo

Dr. Pamela CV. Jolly Dr. Pamela CV. Jolly
1:30 pm - 6:00 pm Load Buses at 1:30 p.m. in the motor lobby

Youth Excursion w/ STEM Initiative (Lunch will be provided)

Load Buses at 1:30 p.m. in the motor lobby


Sponsor: Shell

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm Great Hall 1-4

Grand Party With The 100

Sponsor: Caesars Entertainment

LiCi Soul LiCi Soul
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm Bristols

Club 100: Youth Party w/ DJ Tight

Sponsor: Georgia Pacific