Geoffrey Eaton Director Of Community Affairs & Diversity At TouroCOM Receives The Made Man Award

Geoffrey Eaton, TouroCOM Harlem’s new Director of Community Affairs and Diversity and Co-Chair of the TouroCOM Harlem Community Advisory Board (CAB),

was honored recently by The Made Man Foundation in the category of “Industry Thought Leaders & Transformational Change Advocates” for his community activism promoting economic and social justice.

Eaton is also 1st Vice President of the NAACP New York State Conference, President of the NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch and was previously Chief of Staff for Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel. As Co-Chair of the TouroCOM Harlem CAB he raises money for scholarships for underrepresented minority medical students. “We are very proud of Mr. Eaton’s accomplishments.  He is a role model for how to be involved in your community in important and effective ways,” said TouroCOM Dean Dr. David Forstein.  Added Eaton, shown on the red carpet holding a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from U. S. Congressman & Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries, 8th District-NY.  “I am extremely proud to be selected to this year’s class of 2019 Made Man Foundation Honorees and commend Made Man for creating a vehicle to highlight positive, notable high profile men to expand our service through our volunteerism as responsible leaders and Black male influencers for the betterment of our community.”

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The Made Man Foundation is part of a global organization that addresses challenges affecting Black males through leadership programs and spotlighting influential leaders who can inspire and engage Black men and youth.

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