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Byron C. Bailey

Byron Bailey is a precocious servant leader who prides himself on making impact and providing value in whatever spectrum he is called. Mr. Bailey is a 2008 graduate of the historical Lincoln High School by way of the Humanities and Communications Magnet. After high school commencement, he matriculated into Texas Christian University. His high school accolades and scholastic achievement merited him to receive a total of 17 scholarships which allowed him to attend school debt free.

TCU provided the grounds that allowed Byron to hone and enhance his leadership skills. He became involved in several organizations. Some of the organizations were Student Ambassador, Chancellor’s Leadership Program, Student Foundations, First Year Experience Mentor, Resident Assistant, and many more. He was on the executive board for admissions programs such as the Minority High School Conference and Black Senior Weekend, both are programs geared toward high school students to advocate college matriculation. He was also a Resident Assistant and the fundraising/budgeting chairperson for LEAPS (TCU’s campus and community wide day of service). His initiative didn’t stop there as he was pivotal in re-chartering a predominantly African-American fraternity, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., on his campus. Through these various organizations and leadership roles, Byron was able to leverage his Entrepreneurial Management skills, which were acquired through the Neeley School of Business, with his love of service and small group facilitation skills, which were acquired through experience and leadership seminars provided through the TCU Leadership Center.

Professionally, Byron has 2 years of consulting and accounting experience with General Electric, Capgemini America, and Aon Risk Solutions. To feed his desire to serve, He is serving several non-profit agencies that progressively seek to advocate the importance of student achievement and community involvement. Byron’s life mission statement is “To advocate and promote economic and social transcendence through education and service”.

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