Keynote Speaker for the MSMNAA Philanthropic Honors
The Morehouse School of Medicine National Alumni Association (MSMNAA) is excited to announce Louis Negron as this year's keynote speaker at the inaugural MSMNAA Philanthropic Honors Dinner.
Negrón brings more than 20 years of non-profit fundraising experience to the role. Hailing from Oakland, California, Negrón has worked with numerous prestigious nonprofit organizations including the Children’s Defense Fund (Washington, D.C.), United Way of Metro Atlanta, Supportive Housing Communities (Charlotte, NC), and more. Louis has roots in Atlanta, as a “Morehouse man” with a degree in Spanish. He also earned a master’s degree from Central Michigan University in Administration and finalizing a Master’s in Christian Ministry at Mercer University. Notably, Negrón is also Afro-Puerto Rican. His plans include bridging the 100’s efforts with that of the Metro Atlanta Latino community.
Negrón is committed to wellness and enjoys working out, cooking, dancing salsa and bachata. Also, spending time with his love, Adrianne, and their children Kirklen, Enrique, and Alejandro. Adrianne and Negrón are excited about the upcoming arrival of their twins, expected in May.
We are excited to have Mr. Negrón as this year's keynote speaker.
To learn more about him please visit https://100blackmen-atlanta.org/portfolio/the-100-black-men-of-atlanta-announce-new-executive-director/