CLEVELAND, OH – January 01, 2013 – The National Greek All-Star™ Awards™ announces that its Executive Director, Tim Carthon; entrepreneur, author, Greek-letter organization expert, relationships advisor, and credit/budgeting specialist, has been accepted to the Great Black Speakers Bureau.
Great Black Speakers is a speakers’ bureau that helps universities, corporations, and high schools find high quality, African-American speakers for different events. GBS features speakers such as noted scholar Dr. Boyce Watkins, Emmy® Award-winning actress Lynn Whitfield, NAACP® Image Award nominee actress Wendy Raquel Robinson, best-selling author and philanthropist Hill Harper, and Multi-Grammy® Award winner Common.
“I am happy to be accepted into the Great Black Speakers Bureau. Hardwork and dedication to your craft, and the expansion of it, will always move you to higher levels of understanding of your subject matters,” says Tim Carthon, “And, with their history of greatness in elite, high-profile speakers and speaker availability, the Great Black Speakers Bureau and I will definitely be able to make even more of a significantly-positive impact in diverse communities nation and worldwide; doing so by using these subject matters to further educate the individuals in these communities.”
About the Greek All-Star™ Awards™
The National Greek All-Star™ Awards™ is the national standard for the highest levels of individual academic excellence, community service involvement, team performance, and career achievement within the Greek Fraternity and Sorority world. Handpicked by the members of the Hall of Greeks™ Awards Academy™ and members of the Greek fraternity and sorority world abroad, this All-Star-studded red-carpet awards event showcases yearly “The All-Stars of Greek Fraternities and Sororities™.” READ MORE…
The Greek All-Star™ Awards™, also known as the National Greek Awards™ and the National Greek Fraternity and Sorority Awards®, is a privately held subsidiary of Carthon Choreography™ headquartered in Ohio.