The first key to success is easy, and most of you are doing it already. It’s about working hard and never giving up, nor giving in. Persistence defines my very being.
This first success key is extraordinarily important if you are entering a new profession, starting a business, transitioning out of school and into life, or starting a new job.
Few things are more valuable at Operation HOPE than employees...
February 20, 2014, John Hope Bryant, founder, chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE was the Keynote Speaker and recipient of a Heritage Award at the Heritage Dinner sponsored by the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus. The event took place at the Georgia World Congress Center and was titled, Our Heritage, Our History….From Brown vs. Board to the Board Room, commemorated the 60th Anniversary of the Brown vs. Board...
By Rahman Johnson
Posted: Monday, February 3, 2014 2:06 pm
Tallahassee, FL (WTXL) – The Florida Legislative Black Caucus is bringing John Hope Bryant, Founder and CEO of Operation HOPE as the featured speaker at the FLBC Distinguished Lecture Series.
He will keynote the Black History celebration on February 12.
The session is scheduled to beheld at the State Capitol in the 4th Floor, House Chambers at...
The Operation HOPE family joins the world in mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela today. Madiba, as he was known to his friends and loved ones, lived a full and incredible life. Even transformational, for Africa and our world. But when the time comes, times like this are still difficult to digest, and to accept. We naturally want to hold on to our heroes and our sheroes. Those we admire and love, are inspirations to us.
By Michelle Hammonds, Program Manager- Washington DC Market, Banking on Our Future
The HOPE Financial Dignity Center DC has partnered with Washington Math, Science & Technology Public Charter High School (WMST) for the past 5 years to expose students to financial dignity concepts. On October 30, forty volunteers from BB&T, Department of Treasury, Industrial Bank, Wells Fargo, Women in Housing &...
Operation’s HOPE’s Chairman, Founder & CEO, John Hope Bryant was the keynote speaker for the Urban Alliance 5th annual Public Speaking Challenge on July 23rd. Chairman Bryant shared a powerful message with the high school students encouraging them to be the best versions of themselves. The event took place at the University of Baltimore.
The students of Santa Teresa Elementary School in San Jose, Ca. got to enjoy a break from their regular class schedule to celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday and legacy with a visit from HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant.
Starting a business in the current economy can seem like an unachievable dream. But Leroy Jackson has already shown that he can beat the odds. Now, with the help of Operation HOPE's Small Business Empowerment Program and the new Kiva Zip program, Leroy is turning his dreams into action and raising funds to start his own accounting and tax preparation business, The Jackson Group, LLC.
John Hope Bryant, Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Operation HOPE and Jennifer Tescher, President and CEO, Center for Financial Services Innovation served as advisors for the Financial Inclusion Working Group at the second annual Clinton Global Initiatives America in June.
“Where others see drug dealers, I see young entrepreneurs trapped in environments of joblessness and decay," said John Bryant.
Two-Day Financial Dignity Summit Focused on Community, Character and Responsible Capitalism
ATLANTA – November 19, 2012 — Leaders from around the globe gathered in Atlanta last week for Operation HOPE’s Global Financial Dignity Summit to discuss financial dignity and literacy issues and find solutions for the economic problems faced by underserved communities around the world. The Summit, which was held...
The future success of America's economy relies on its young people -- but adults aren't giving them the chance to succeed.
Everyone knows that the United States is in a terrible business slump, and there's no shortage of opinions about it and solutions for it — but there hasn't been much in the way of notable improvement.