In the 127th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview the President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, and former track and field athlete, Kwame Johnson.

“I was given a second chance in life, so I am going to work on behalf of the young people who don’t have a voice.” Kwame Johnson wants to be for the next generation exactly what they need him to be. He wants to create a generation of leaders ready to inspire the next, ready to be the voice for those who do not have a voice. And through the journey he’s been on, and where he is now, he has done and continues to do just that.

This former track and field athlete lives fully into the mission he is called into, and you are sure to be inspired by his story. I hope you all enjoy my interview with Kwame Johnson.

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