S4, E42: What (Black) Men Want

Gentlemen’s Factory founder, Jeff Lindor, is sharing why Black men need safe spaces and what men talk about when women aren’t around. He’s also discussing why getting married at 25 turned out to be his biggest blessing.

About the Guest

Born in Haiti, raised in a public housing development in Brooklyn, NY. Jeff Lindor is dedicating his life to finding innovating solutions that aims to break the barriers of success and enhance the lives of boys & men of color in today’s world.

In addition to starting The Gentlemen’s Factory, Jeff is also the Founder of GroomedSuccess, Inc., a consulting firm that contracts with Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Universities and Foundations to provide, academic, social, and college and career professional development services to boys & men of color.

Jeff’s prior experience includes, serving as the Strategic Advisor to Law Enforcement Executives in New York City, Adjunct Lecturer at The City University of New York, and working as a Communications Strategist for a major health care company during the initial roll out of The Affordable Care Act.

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