My City at Peace Team
Reverend Jeffrey Brown
Rev. Brown, a co-founder of My City at Peace, is an Associate Pastor at Twelfth Baptist Church. He is Co-Chair of Mothers for Justice and Equality, Co-Chair of the Mayor's Interfaith Task Force and member of the Social Justice Task Force for the Boston Police Department. He's the recipient of the 1016 Spirit of the Hill Alumni Award at Andover Newton Theological School and the 2015 Community Hero Award, Community Resources for Justice (CRJ).
Rev. Brown is a regular keynote speaker and has been featured in dozens of media articles. His TED talk has been viewed nearly 1 Million times. To book Rev. Brown for speaking engagements through the Lavin Agency, click here.
Geoff Nesnow, a co-founder of My City at Peace, is an entrepreneur, advisor and consultant. He has built or helped build many products and businesses. He is part-time Faculty at Hult International Business School. Geoff is passionate about product and design. Learn more about Geoff at www.geoffnesnow.com
Thomas Sullivan, a co-founder of My City at Peace, has spent 20 years as a consultant, facilitator, coach and lecturer on designing, leading and implementing personal and organization change efforts in distinct settings across the globe. In addition to his membership and consulting association with SoL,Thomas currently holds the position of Discipline Lead for Leadership Development with Hult International Business School where he teaches Leadership Skills for MBA students.
Thomas has a broad base of experience in the design and delivery implementation of large-scale leadership development and coaching efforts for international organizations and global companies, including, DISH Networks, Aspentech, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, BP, Pemex, Cemex, Biogen, the US Forest Service and the American Cancer Society. In the past six years, Thomas has facilitated leadership development programs and coached teams and managers at all levels of leadership (Emerging Leader Programs to Director Level Programs) with the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).