Meet David McGhee – Black History Month Spotlight
Today we spotlight David McGhee a long time Flint resident who is a change agent in our community. David McGhee graduated from Flint Central High School, received his bachelor’s degree in Public Administration and Public Policy from Oakland University in 2005, and Master of Science degree in Administration from Central Michigan. Yeah, David is well educated.
David now serves at the Program Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Flint Area and the President for the 100 Men 100 Boys Group Mentoring program. The 100 Men 100 Boys Group Mentoring program works to match male mentors with 100 unmatched boys, annually.
Mr. McGhee is also a public speaker and has spoken at the University of Michigan, Flint Community Schools, United Way of Broward County (Fort Lauderdale, FL), TEDxFlint, and various church in the State of Michigan.
Here are a list recognition awards David McGhee has received due his working in the community.
1. City of Flint Human Relations Department (Youth Award)
2. Salem Housing Community Development Commission (Art of Community Award)
3. Vernon Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Brotherhood Award)
4. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. (Community Leader of the Year Award)
5. 2011 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Annual Men Making a Difference Calendar)
Lastly, David McGhee lives by a quote from Dr. Benjamin D. Mays,
“We make our living by what we get. We make our life by what we give.”