Grammy award winning saxophonist, Yale University educator, TedXspeaker, father, and black lives matter advocate has so much wisdom to offer us. In this episode, he opens up about the unseen path that he took to get to where he is today.
He champions new leadership, and educates his students on the future of leadership in a very different way. Committed to excellence, we explore what it’s like having a Jamaican upbringing in the center of New Haven, Connecticut and lessons of fatherhood.
Much of the lessons you will takeaway from this episode is fearlessness, unapologetic ambition, and relentless pursuit as an artist traveling to over 50 cities globally sharing his passion for music and jazz throughout the world.
Listen in closely, as you’ll be able to hear parts of his music as the background music during our interview in New York City.