The Mission Featuring Artis Stevens (Big Brothers Big Sisters of America)

The Mission Featuring Artis Stevens (Big Brothers Big Sisters of America)

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Hall of Fame Productions continues to celebrate the excellence of African American legends and pioneers whose lives have been influenced by the game of football.  

For the first time in the 100 years of its existence, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America named their first African American President and CEO, Artis Stevens, to lead the organization to new heights. 

BBBSA was founded in 1904, with the primary goal to develop strong communities across America through one-to-one mentoring relationships. It is the largest and most experienced youth mentoring organization in the United States. 

On “The Mission” podcast, Stevens shared his 25-year journey of leadership in the positive youth development sector and his diverse background in bridging innovative marketing and program strategies.

Along with his impressive resume, the former South High (Brunswick, GA) tailback shared his fond memories of what he learned from the football field after sustaining a season-ending injury that would change the course of his life forever. 

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