The 32nd Annual City of Tampa Black History Celebration, with keynote speaker Ersula K. Odom, was held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at the Tampa Convention Center.
The celebration honored the legacy of our community, reflected upon our history, and created a community call to leaders and community members on making our region better collectively.
About The Speaker
Ersula K. Odom is a legacy writer, workshop leader, FHC Mary McLeod Bethune chautauquan, motivational speaker, prize-winning life lyricist, and author of “At Sula’s Feet”, “Africans Americans of Tampa”, and co-author of ‘The Doris Ross Reddick Story”.
As a motivational speaker, Ersula has the uncommon ability to relate to multi-generational and multi-cultural audiences by sharing experiences from such areas as rural living, college life, fortune 500 corporate management, spirituality, entrepreneurship, sales, and genealogy to publishing her first book.
It’s that time again to prepare for our upcoming 5th Annual Golf Tournament, scheduled for Saturday, April 25th at 8:30 am Rogers Park Golf Course. The golf committee is looking forward to another great event