Frank Quevedo, Vice President for Southern California Edison, hosted a breakfast to share the work of The Black Voice Foundation for Media, History and the Arts earlier this week at the San Bernardino Hilton.
The program highlighted the current activities of the foundation including its internship program and weekend institute, Footsteps to Freedom Study Tours, Gospel Music History Project, Booker T. Washington Commemorative Project, Califest Studio/Buckworld Production and the Isaac Family Collection.
Attendees included elected officials from both San Bernardino and Riverside County, community leaders, corporate representatives, and major Black entrepreneurs including Lenny Woods of Chino Hills Ford, Developer Bill Shack, Copper Hill Homes and Shack Findlay Honda, and number one ranked Black investment banker, Napoleon Brandford, III.
John Kennedy, on behalf of, Frank Quevedo announced a major multi-year commitment to the foundation and encouraged others in attendance to do the same.
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