Hello, my name is Kernard Jones and I am a Public speaker. I have had the opportunity to speak on panels around the nation, High Schools, company workshops, and churches. I can speak of religion, Education, HBCU's (historically black college universities), politics and policy, and leadership development.
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Kernard Jones hails from Houston, Texas where he attended Westside High School and was a student leader and advocate. Kernard Jones was raised by his mom with his older brother. His dad is a Pastor at Victory Gospel Chapel in San Antonio, Texas.
Kernard Jones is currently a Political Science major at the illustrious Texas Southern University. Being the first one in his family to attend college, he is creating a new legacy within his family.
Kernard currently holds a high GPA while being a fierce advocate both on campus and within the third ward community. He is currently President of Baptist Student Ministry, Board Member of the Young Invincibles Young Adult Advisory Board, and works as a higher education advocate for an organization in Houston.
In March, Kernard was appointed by Texas Senate District to serve as Precinct Chair for district 807. On top of this Kernard has worked with Council Member Dwight Boykins and is a fellow for Organizing for Action.
While achieving all of this, Kernard found the time to start a scholarship foundation, with another student, to financially assist students on HBCU Campuses.
Post-graduation Kernard plans on attending Yale University and getting his law degree in Constitutional law. He also intentions to run for an At-Large City Council position in Houston.
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