Millenial Matters Season 1 Episode 6 Covers two Local Mentors and What Drives Their Community Engagement.

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In this episode Kinyo interviews two local Mentors.

Here's a few excerpts from their bios...

Exzentrius Strudivant

Exzentrius Sturdivant is from Marshall, Texas. After graduating from Marshall High School he went into the Air Force for 4 yrs as an Ammo Troop. He was stationed at Kadena AFB in Japan and Tyndall AFB in Florida. After separating from the military he moved to San Antonio to pursue his college degree. He received an Associates Degree in Political Science from San Antonio College, a Bachelors of Public Administration from UTSA, A Masters in Public Administration from UTSA, a Master's Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership, and is currently working towards his Masters of Science in Urban and Regional Planning.

Strudivant is on the MLK Scholarship Commission and the Y-Achievers mentorship Program with the YMCA. He was also a board member of the nonprofit Position of Power. With his wife, he founded the youth engagement group SA Kids Nature Club. He is also a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc, with whom he continually engages the community. Exzentrius currently works as a Contract Specialist for the Air Force. Exzentrius is a husband and father of two beautiful daughters, who currently reside on the east side of San Antonio.

Brandon Logan

Brandon Logan is a millennial and native  ofSan Antonio that found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship.  Logan has carved a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all things diversity, business, and service. As a progressive public servant, Brandon’s leadership efforts, have been recognized by President Barack H. Obama, United States Marine Corps, Rotary International, Essence Magazine, Upscale Magazine, San Antonio Business Journal, SA2020, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and the San Antonio Magazine.


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