Blog Heavy Interviews Kevin Jackson

by Blog Heavy

If you have followed my work on other sites then you know I love interviews. Sitting with leaders and entrepreneurs expands not only the minds of my readers but myself as well.

And with my new series I aim to raise the bar. Without further ado: today we spent our time with Kevin Jackson, a man well ahead of the curve.

Q: Where you from?
KJ: Originally Texas, but I have lived all over, including China, a short time in France. Presently I live in St. Louis.

Q: Age?
KJ: 49

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Q: Tell my readers exactly what you do- Businesses you own, ventures, products, etc-
KJ: I am a former management consultant. I have two Amazon best-selling books, and host a syndicated radio show out of Tampa, FL.

Q: What brought about theblacksphere.net?
KJ: I was frustrated politically, specifically with how black people were being used as political pawns.

Q: Give my readers a brief synopsis of your three blacksphere projects and tell us which you are most passionate about?
KJ: Changing things in the black community. Our Forever Families project gets over 100 kids adopted each year, as whole siblings units. We have a radio project that will build character in the black community. And finally we have a pro-CHILD project that focuses on the sanctity of life.

The full interview here.

 

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