The Vallejo Black Empowerment Think Tank, a grass-roots community organization of stakeholders, media entrepreneurs, business owners, educators, and native Vallejo families, coming together to build a better, more prosperous Vallejo.
Helping to empower our youth by investing in tomorrows leaders today.
Founders Diane Blackmon Bailey LaMarr Blackmon
Secretary of Communications - Sylvia Malone
Eileen Randle, B. Calhoun, Crystal McGriff, Greg Wallace
George Davis, Dr. Rev. Fred Smith, Frank Taylor, Lynette Whitlow Taylor, Joe Jones, Janice Thomas, Margo Sykes, Angel Heart, Elaine Young-Igie, Taniesha McKinley, Lee Bailey.
Helping VALLEJO youth and citizens succeed through education, economic empowerment, development, and political solutions, identifying future professionals and entrepreneurs, we will assist in all capacity, embellishing their small business skills, through education, mentoring, internships and apprenticeship programs. Building tomorrows citizens and leaders today.
G - Cuts & Style
2nd or 3rd Monday of the Month
Monday June 16, 2014
G-Cuts & Style
500 Florida Street
Vallejo CA. 94590
Media - Public Relations
Youth - Education - Mentoring - Intern
Special Events - Fundraising
VBETT Partners: Artizen Art & Cultural Center, Glen Cove Yacht Club, 2ND Screen Global Con, Black University Radio Network, KDYA Radio, Stop The Violence Organization, Floyd Terrace Reunion, Blackmon Entertainment Media, Boys & Girls Club, Vallejo High School, Family Friendly Films LLC., SPIRIT, G - Cuts & Style, Second Baptist Church, EUR Web.
Join the Movement. Get Involved!
Sylvia Malone, Secretary of Communications
Visit our website: thinktank707.com
Like us on Facebook@vallejo blackleadershipempowermentthinktank
VBETT - Vallejo Black Emowerment Think Tank a division of 2ND Screen Global Con 501c3 Nonprofit Organization