Thu, Sep 14|
Love Chat - Bro. Ron w/Steph B: Transitions & Transformation
🎙️ Exciting IG Live interview! Join us as we explore Transitions and Transformation with Bro. Ron. 🌱💫 Tune in for insights on being a BEliever, a ManifeSTAR, and a Visionary. 🌿✨ Don't miss this chance to be part of our community! 🤝💕
Time & Location
Sep 14, 3:00 PM
About the event
🎙️ Join us for an inspiring Instagram Live Chat series on Transitions & Transformation! 🌟 We are delighted to introduce our next guest, Ronald Cortez Herd II, also known as R2C2H2 Tha Artivist and Bro. Ron. He is a BEliever, ManifeSTAR, and Visionary.
🗓️ Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 14, at ⏰ 3 PM EST 🕰️ [Estimated Duration] 🤷🏾♀️😘
Bro. Ron is the founder and 'Chief Executive Artivist' of The W.E.A.L.L. B.E. Group, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating Memphis' rich cultural heritage from an African American perspective and promoting educational empowerment through Knowledge-of-Self enrichment projects. Among their projects are 'The National Fort Pillow Massacre Wreath Laying Ceremony' and 'The Jimmie Lunceford Jamboree Festival.'
He's also known for his thought-provoking interviews on the popular YouTube channel WEALLBETV, where he's engaged with iconoclastic figures like Baba Dick Gregory and Judge Joe Brown. Bro. Ron is a talented visual artist; you can explore his artwork at www.R2c2h2.com. And if that's not enough, he's a skilled trumpet and cornet player.
Bro. Ron is a proud alumnus of Shelby County Schools and their Creative And Performing Arts (CAPA) program at Overton High School. He's also a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) with a B.F.A. degree and an alum of WUSTL's John B. Ervin Scholars Program. Notably, Bro. Ron holds an M.B.A. from Bethel University (2009).
Join us as we dive into a captivating conversation with this multifaceted individual, exploring his journey, vision, and the impact he's making on Memphis' cultural tapestry and beyond. Don't miss out on this enlightening discussion! 🙌✨
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We look forward to having you with us! 🎉✨
Ronald Cortez Herd II aka R2C2H2 Tha Artivist aka Bro. Ron is a BEliever, ManifeSTAR & Visionary. He is the founder & ‘Chief Executive Artivist’ of The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Group, Inc., a non-profit organization that creates annual events that highlight the greatness of Memphis’ cultural heritage from an African American perspective as well as promotes educational empowerment via Knowledge-of-Self enrichment projects. The organization created and sponsors annual projects such as ‘The National Fort Pillow Massacre Wreath Laying Ceremony’ as well as ‘The Jimmie Lunceford Jamboree Festival.’
Bro. Ron created a popular YouTube channel, WEALLBETV (http://YouTube.com/WEALLBETV ), where he has prolifically interviewed iconoclastic and colorful characters such as Baba Dick Gregory, Judge Joe Brown and other notables. He is a successful visual artist whose works can be viewed at www.R2c2h2.com. BTW, he also plays trumpet and cornet
Bro. Ron is a proud product of the Shelby County Schools and their Creative And Performing Arts (CAPA) program (Overton High School ‘98). He is also a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) (B.F.A., 2002) as well as an alum of WUSTL’s John B. Ervin Scholars Program. Bro. Ron also holds a M.B.A. from Bethel University (2009).
Topics for this series:
- Personal Growth and Development
- Inspiration and Empowerment
- Self-Discovery and Transformation
- Life Transitions and Change
- Mindfulness and Well-being
- Community Building and Connection
- Conversations on Change
- Navigating Life's Shifts
- Embracing Change with Resilience
- Journey of Transformation