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4 Ways Social Media Helps Your Organization; Website Success with Nakia Gray; Harmonicist Avon Dews

 On Friday Aug 11th 10:30 am, join the Marketing Pulpit Team of Robert Gatewood, MBA  and friends as they discuss business topics, current events, business news stories and more. Today’s show is dedicated to Gatewood’s brother Leon, and CEO of the non-profit HOLLA.ws. Leon is recovering from a serious injury. In addition to being Gatewood’s blood brother, Leon is also his fraternity brother (Phi Beta Sigma), as well as fellow-alum (Livingstone College). Harmonica player Avon Dews, joins Gatewood on Friday’s Marketing Pulpit Radio Show. Mr. Dews explains the harmonica as

MPI Talks Next Generation Strategies, 5 Ways to Stay in Business, Non-Profits, Youths …

On Friday November 4th at 10:30 am, join the Marketing Pulpit Team of Robert Gatewood and network. The entertaining show brings you business advice, marketing tips, news stories, commentary and an exciting line-up of guests. This week’s special guests include the Daafram Campbell and Tammy Robinson, owners of the SwitchIt App, an innovative product that will eliminate the business dependence. Reach them at team@switchitapp.com. Rounding out the show is Leon Gatewood, CEO of the non-profit HOLLA! and Angela Caraway. They have traveled from NC with a group of young men who are fresh off a

Dept of Labor Features Gatewood Appearance and Radio Broadcast in Its YCC Newsletter

Marketing Pulpit’s Robert Gatewood recently traveled to North Carolina on a mission to encourage young men to prepare for a future that is increasingly technology-based. The event was sponsored by the non-profit, HOLLA, which partnered with the Anson County school system to present the AHS Youth Career Connect (YCC) Motivation and Mentoring Retreat on April 8th. Gatewood, who is also and author and adjunct professor, broadcast a live radio segment during the event. The segment featured HOLLA’s founder, Leon Gatewood, as well as two of the participants in the YCC

Gatewood Speaks at Male Motivation & Mentoring Program in NC

Marketing Pulpit’s Robert Gatewood recently traveled to North Carolina on a mission to encourage young men to prepare for a future that is increasingly technology-based. The event was sponsored by the non-profit, HOLLA, which partnered with the Anson County school system to present the AHS Youth Career Connect (YCC) Motivation and Mentoring Retreat on April 8th. Gatewood broadcast a live radio segment during the event. The segment featured HOLLA’s founder, Leon Gatewood, as well as two of the participants in the YCC program, Timothy Marshall and Justin Lee. YCC is

MPI-DC Answers the Question “Does Networking Work?”

Join Gatewood and the rest of the the MPI-DC crew on Friday April 1st as the topic turns to “Networking!” According to Gatewood, “if you are looking for a quick sale, then networking probably isn’t the best investment of your time. But if you are looking to build partnerships and other relationships that will further the objectives of your organization, then nothing does that better than networking.” The show’s special guest is Leon Gatewood whose non-profit, HOLLA, has partnered with the Anson County school system to present the AHS Youth

Gatewood Brothers & Atty Asa Bell Tackle Illiteracy – MPI-TX

MPI-TX hosts Dr. Florita Bell Griffin, founder of the Little Flower Education Systems, and Leon Gatewood, founder of the non-profit HOLLA, discussed “literacy and black boys” on the Little Flower Literacy and Economics Radio show on Thursday Oct 15th at 10:00 am. The discussion centered around the plight of illiteracy among black boys including the dismal statistic that in some neighborhoods 0% of black boys are reading on grade level. Joining the hosts in the discussion were, brother of Florita, Attorney Asa Bell, and brothers of Leon, Minister Curtis Gatewood