Travis P. Jackson, CEO and founder of HBCU Pride Nation, LLC

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Travis P. Jackson, CEO and founder of HBCU Pride Nation, LLC

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The Stay Well Community Health Initiative, which brings health-related resources to Black communities across the country, is honoring six Black leaders during Black History Month on behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services We Can Do This COVID-19 Public Education Campaign. Here is the link to the press release. Travis Jackson, one of our honorees, is the CEO and founder of HBCU Pride Nation, LLC. For more than a decade, HBCU Pride Nation has provided a positive social media platform to increase awareness of and  enrollment at Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country. Throughout the pandemic, Travis has used his platform to share his testimony on why he chose to get vaccinated while also encouraging the HBCU community to protect themselves as  they resume day-to-day activities and attend events. Dena Vang (She/Her) Public Relations Manager CMRignite 414-644-0229

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