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Keynote Speaker at NISD’s Girls’ Empowerment Banquet

I am grateful to be invited to speak to young ladies about finding inspiration in the stories of awesome Texas women throughout our state’s history. Events like this are exactly why I established Lynnfield Historical Consulting. I love being able to bring history to people of all ages in and out of the classroom. Click the photo to read more about the event.

Featured Speaker at PGAAMCC’s February 2019 Scholar Brunch

I am proud to be the invited speaker for this esteemed institution’s Sunday Scholar Brunch for February 2019. This will be the highlight of Black History Month for me. The title of my presentation is “Justice, Memory, and Sacred Grounds: Preservation and the Sugar Land 95.”

Vending at BSAM Houston 2019

The Black Speculative Arts Movement is a national organization and network of creatives, intellectuals, artists, and activists. Lynnfield Historical Consulting is excited for the opportunity to talk to the BSAM community about connections between history and the future.

The SURE (Stimulating Urban Renewal through Entrepreneurship) Program is a competitive small business development initiative that connects entrepreneurs with educators and industry experts. Click the photo to learn more about the program. I am excited to join the SURE family and to put my new business skills to use in the Houston community.

Click the photo to read my feature in Voyage Houston Magazine. I discuss my inspiration for Lynnfield Historical Consulting.

I engage with history in a number of ways. One of my endeavors is managing Houston's Black oral history collection. Click the photo to see my feature on Melanie Lawson's Crossroads on Houston's ABC13.