De Lacy Davis: Executive Director, The Family Support Organization of Union County

In this episode, Nathan and De Lacy Davis discuss:

  • The importance of teaching young people financial literacy.
  •  How becoming a police officer inspired De Lacy to give back to his community.
  • The importance of mentorship and building the next generation.
  • The signs of a great leader.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is a hunger and need for children in poverty to access financial literacy tools and resources.
  • The goal of servant leadership is to serve.
  • Judge yourself by the leaders you helped create.
  • Ask yourself, “What is my purpose? Am I fulfilling my purpose? What is my most recent evidence?”

“It gets me excited to see the impact of the lives I’ve touched.” — De Lacy Davis

 

Connect with De Lacy Davis:
Twitter: @delacydavis
Website: familyorgdirectory.fmhi.usf.edu
Blog: delacydavis.blogspot.com

Connect with Nathan Mersereau:
Phone: 248-645-1520
Website: www.dayinacanoe.com
Email: nathan.mersereau@planningalt.com
Twitter: @NathanMersereau
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Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304