Join us for another round of ‘In the Huddle w/ Chris Howell’ on Saturday, February 9th where we’ll dive into an in-depth discussion exploring the dynamics of social responsibility from a masculine lens. As political tides continue to rise in our local communities, it’s become more important than ever for us to stay engaged and more importantly, informed. During this free men-only event, we’ll debrief on ways that we can collectively use our impact and influence for the betterment of our community, particularly through our political awareness and social involvement.
Special guest Mayor Pro Tem Casey Thomas, II will be helping in coaching us through this topic, which will take place in the historic Flag Room of Dallas City Hall, by sharing his perspectives based on his experience.
Date: February 9th
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Location: Flag Room, Dallas City Hall
What Is In the Huddle?
In the Huddle with Chris Howell is that safe place where men can huddle to address the many issues impacting their everyday lives with the intention to exchange enlightenment, encouragement, and empowerment among one another. Filling a much-needed void in the DFW area, it’s an opportunity to convene with men like you in your local community, share wisdom and make lasting connections.
About Chris Howell
Chris Howell is a speaker, broadcast personality, media consultant, entrepreneur, and an advocate for change. Best known for his “Golden Voice,” which he shared over airwaves during his time working in media for more than two decades, Chris has interviewed some of the most iconic voices of our generation including Oprah Winfrey, Zig Ziglar, John Maxwell, Rob Lowe, T.D. Jakes, the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, Joel Osteen, and many more. He is also an award-winning journalist, author of Man Talk, and President and CEO of Chris Howell Communications, a first-rate media, and communications agency in Dallas, Texas. He has been featured in some of the nation’s leading Christian publications such as Gospel Today and New Man Magazine. Above all, Chris believes that people of all races and backgrounds deserve equal opportunities to attain our most basic human needs—and he’s founded the Chris Howell Foundation to help them do just that, by using the power of education, resources, and mentorship.
About Mayor Pro Tem Casey Thomas, II
Casey serves as the Dallas City Council member for District 3, the Chair of the Human & Social Needs Committee, the Mobility Solutions, Infrastructure, and Sustainability Committee, and as the Council liaison to the Grow South Advisory Council. Through these positions, he is an inherent player in many of the projects designed to positively impact the Dallas community from making recommendations on millions of dollars worth of economic development projects throughout the city to identifying what priorities are essential to helping vulnerable communities grow and prosper.