Making the Dean's List

 Has your life ever been changed by an interaction with a total stranger? Usually this person is a family member, teacher, coach, or counselor. 

Latrell’s encounter with Dean takes the audience on roller coaster of emotions from joy, to sorrow, to inspiration. The audience will be engaged from beginning to end as they continue to ask themselves “Can I Do More?” 

Latrell gives a heartfelt message about discovering the inner hurdles that hinder you from reaching your full potential. Students will leave with the drive to reach out and support new students in a more authentic way.

A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Latrell excels in empowering others to discover their unique leadership potential.

Latrell is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. While there, he held leadership positions in numerous organizations all while keeping the “Tiger Pride” spirit roaring as a drum major for the Mighty Sound of the South Marching Band. Determined to raise the enrollment and retention rate of minority men at the University of Memphis, Latrell cofounded Empowered Men of Color. Latrell left with many prestigious awards and honors, among them being named Mr. University of Memphis.

I have never been so moved by a speaker and because of Latrell I can’t wait to find my Dean”
— David, 10th grade CTSO member

Identified as the top Research Specialist at FedEx Trade Networks, Latrell became the Departmental Trainer and developed a training program for new employees. Later he was an Undergraduate Admissions Counselor for Barry University and served as advisor for many campus organizations. 

Latrell is deeply committed to a philosophy of open-mindedness and transparency. He speaks candidly about the experiences that have transformed him and his life path to inspire leaders young and old to live with a spirit of acceptance and outreach.