Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Unconfined Life Institute celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. by rising above expectations.
On January 17, 2018 from 12pm to 1pm, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Atlanta Campus, located in Gwinnett, will be hosting a MLK presentation with guest speaker, author, diversity and inclusion expert, and CEO of Unconfined Life Institute, Christopher D. Coleman. Christopher admits he knows first hand what it’s like to be stereotyped because of your ethnicity, outcast for your sexual orientation, belittled due to a disability, and criticized for your spiritual beliefs. However, he says, “We are in the times Dr. King expectations of the oppressor. It is not enough to have a dream, see the mountaintop, or love one another. We have to demonstrate to the world and to the nation that there is no dilemma. We are all equals and prepared to take on the challenge of being equals.” – Christopher D. Coleman
As founder & CEO of Unconfined Life Institute, Christopher shares in the organizations vision to lead the world outside of the box. They are dedicated to leading the world towards breakthroughs from preconceived notions, insecurities, biases, oppression, fear of the unknown and internalized oppression.
The vehicle in which they hope to accomplish this monumental task is much like Dr. Kings. For the last eighteen years, Christopher has been traveling the world sharing his story and life lessons to corporations, schools, churches, and he has published 3 books. He is very excited to be giving a MLK presentation to Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Atlanta Campus, located in Gwinnett.
Company Name: Unconfined Life Institute
Contact Person: Tony Smith
Email: [email protected]
Country: United States