New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur, Stedman Graham, addressed more than 300 students on principles of shaping professional identity
On Friday, October 13, 2017, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States and Coppin State University brought Stedman Graham to Coppin State University in West Baltimore to officially launch EAGLE-I, an innovative mentoring identity leadership program for Coppin’s students. The program is designed to help youth shape personal and professional identity and enhance academic performance. Core elements of the program leverage teachings from Stedman Graham’s book “Who Are You.”
Graham was joined by community and academic leaders, and organizational partners, including KPMAS’ own Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, director of Community Health; and Mike Willis, vice president and business information officer. The speakers outlined the program and initiated dialogue with students. EAGLE-I reflects Kaiser Permanente and Coppin State University’s shared commitment to creating educational and economic opportunity in West Baltimore.
- New York Times best seller, Mr. Stedman Graham, author and CEO of S. Graham & Associates
- Maria Thompson, president, Coppin State University
- Juan Dixon, mens’ basketball coach at Coppin State University and former NBA player
- Michael O. Willis, vice president and business information officer, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States
- Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, director of Community Health, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States