Baron Jay Foundation 501(c)3 nonprofit is hosting its 1st Annual Trail Blazer Luncheon from 11 am to 2pm on May 11, 2016 host by Comedian/Actor Michael Colyar at THE L.A. HOTEL DOWNTOWN 333 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, California 90071.
The “EACH 1 REACH 1 TEACH 1” 2016 Trailblazer Honorees are Byron K. Reed , SVP Community Development, Wells Fargo, Antwone Fisher, Screenwriter, Author & Director, Dr. Patricia Bath, Inventor & Scientist and Rory Pullens, Executive Director of LAUSD Arts Education.
Baron Jay Foundation is committed to promoting health awareness, relationship guidance, employment preparedness, and financial literacy in economically distressed and underserved communities with a emphasis on STEAM and a focus on arts and entertainment. Hosting workshops and programs for at risk youth that prepare them to become responsible, civic minded, respectful and productive citizens.
Baron Jay Foundation is currently enrolling students ages 14-20 in our Filmmaker Arts, Caddy Golf Employment and STEAM programs.
Tickets; please go to Trailblazer Luncheon @ www.baronjayfoundation.org
Our sponsors and partners are Wells Fargo, The California Endowment, Steam Coders, and On A Mission.
Baron Jay Littleton Jr., the founder of Baron Jay Foundation teamed up with TV exec Bentley Kyle Evans the owner of Harvest Studios who is certainly no stranger to the spotlight. As the creator and executive producer of some of America’s most beloved sitcoms (Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show, Love That Girl, Family Time) will produce a sitcom summer 2016 to give area Los Angeles high students job shadowing opportunities and internships. They recently just competed Mi Casa Mi Casa sitcom starring Michael Colyar directed by Kent Faulcon which gave 20 students job shadowing opportunities and internships.