My name is Tamika Morrison and I’m reaching out pitch an interview with my client, Brandon Frame, Chief Visionary Officer of The BlackManCan. He recently honored black women with a group of black men during Women’s History Month with a video that went viral and got picked up by SisterCircle TV and an IG replay from BETher, I’ve attached the clip for your review.
He’s also on a book tour for his first children’s book, “My First Tie”, he’s co-authored with L.A. based children’s book author, Tanae Denean Eskridge of “Adventures of Coach and Little Dell” series talking about the importance of honesty, learning new things, the importance of diversity and last but certainly not least, how tying a tie is a rite of passage for young boys.
Not only that, but celebrities, like Tichina Arnold, are taking notice of Brandon and the positive impact he makes on the communities in which he serves. Brandon is well-versed in many areas as it relates to inequalities in education, black men and women in media, the importance of mentoring and of course, love and relationships and I think you’ll be pleased with an interview for your respective outlet.
Quick Facts about Brandon:
- Brandon has been working with kids from elementary to college for his entire career which spans about 10 years
- Brandon is the Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of TheBlackManCan that has over 305k IG followers
- He’s The Deputy Director of Social-Emotional Learning at NYC’s The Urban Assembly
- Brandon Frame has been featured on Steve Harvey, BET, The Boston Globe, Black Enterprise, The Grio, and HLN just to name a few. Brandon is currently featured in Hennessy’s WE ARE content series that celebrates the achievements and contributions of influencers.
Please let me know if you’re interested in booking an interview with Brandon. Links to previous interviews, his bio additional pictures are available upon request.
Here’s a link to the press release: https://www.prlog.org/12755764-digital-influencer-who-sparked-movement-pens-childrens-book-introducing-positive-black-characters.html