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Brohdny Ricketts MSW

Motivational Speaker/Author
Founder: The Walk 615 Inc.

Buffalo, New York

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Motivational L.D.R.S.H.I.P Program of WNY

 

Brohdny Ricketts, Founder of The Walk 615 and The Walk 615 Incorporated, creator of the Motivational L.D.R.S.H.I.P program, has recently partnered with Community Action Organization (CAO) of Western New York to strengthen the foundation from which Motivational L.D.R.S.H.I.P has taken root; and it’s growing FAST!

  
A pioneer in the creative delivery of motivational leadership programs, The Walk 615 Inc. applies modern psychology theories to aid the community in the development of virtue and leadership.


Post evaluation of the Motivational L.D.R.S.H.I.P program’s efficacy has shown a 90% success rate for engaging participants with its core message, instilling applicable leadership values and techniques that benefit participants continually and reliably after completion of the program.

Our Mission

The mission of The Walk 615 Inc. is to encourage people to incorporate the 7 core values (Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage ) into their everyday lives.

“Everybody Matters”

The Walk 615 Inc. has developed four new LDRSHIP programs that we are now offering to groups and organizations working with youth and other interested parties ~ Please contact us today about these exciting new programs!

Recent Events

Summer 'LDRSHIP' Program

JFK Recreation Center

One of our favorite venues. Brohdny speaks to teens at the JFK Recreation Center Summer "LDRSHIP" Program.

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Youth With A Purpose - YWAP

YWAP Director Bob Kuebler introduces Brohdny at their Teen Action Night. See article at BROHDNY RICKETTS - A POWERFUL TALK ABOUT THE WALK 615 Inc.

McKinley High School

The Walk 615 Inc. partnered with CAO to work with students at McKinley High School. The youth engaged in an activity that showcased what they may or may not have in common and learned that they should all be respectful to others in spite of their differences.

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Child & Family Services Event in Buffalo NY

Recently, The Walk 615 Inc., went out to provide entertainment and feed the spirits of foster kids with a positive message. Often used to the negative being norm, the kids had a chance to connect with great role models and enjoy some music as well! (note: no photos of the children were taken for privacy reasons).

Location: Child & Family Services ~ Buffalo, NY