Seeing people as solutions to problems, Froswa’ Booker-Drew says she wants her funeral to be a networking session. Relationships are critical for success, Froswa’ says, they teach us how to become leaders, how to interact with the world, and how to transform what we do and who we are.
Froswa’ holds many roles:
- Vice President of Community Affairs for the State Fair of Texas
- Co-Founder of HERitage Giving Circle (the first African American women’s giving circle in Texas)
- Professor at Tulane University
- Author of 3 books
- CEO of Soulstice Consultancy
In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Froswa’ speaks with host Lynne Golodner on the power of young people to create movements and make real change, developing your personal mission statement and creating a personal board of directors, and how 2020 is the year of vision, a time to wake up from our complacency.
In this episode, Lynne and Froswa Booker-Drew discuss:
- Organizational leadership, governance and sustainability
- Being intentional about living
- Social capital, bonding & bridging
- What she learned from being bullied as a child
- Relationships being transformational rather than transactional
- Crafting how we see the world
Links and Resources
- Laurie Beth Jones, Jesus CEO
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Black Lives Matter
- University of Texas at Arlington
- Oklahoma City University
- Antioch University
- Jean Baker Miller Institute at Wellesley
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