Broadcast on PBS Stations Nationally, The Original Legacy of Achievement Television Program Featured Five Achievers and Was Hosted by Dr. Dennis Kimbro, author of Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice-- original Legacy of Achievement program participants  are Scott Olson, Founder, Rollerblade, Inc.; Dennis Kimbro, author; Dr. Reatha Clark King, former President, General Mills Foundation; Tom Gegax, Founder, Tires Plus; Arlene DeCandia, Founder, Riverwood Conference Center;  and Dean Mitchell, artist.

The Legacy of Achievement Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation of an educational library documenting the lives and lessons of great achievers of all races who exemplify positive characteristics and accomplishments. This library will be used in the development of television programs, audio-video materials, books, and other media programs. 

Legacy of Achievement Television and Educational Programs:

  • Bring great role models to a wide audience
  • Feature the best of the human spirit
  • Need support from people who care about bringing positive role models to young people and all people through the media
  • Have reached wide distribution to colleges, high schools, libraries, nonprofits and corporations

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