Initiate and inspire change.

Advance your career. Elevate as a balanced leader that values people and results.

Our leadership development programs give you the knowledge, expertise and culturally affirming community you need to succeed.

Black Male Educators Talk (BMEsTalk), a signature initiative of CommunityBuild Ventures, helps you to accelerate student learning and strengthen adult leadership through cohort based training and coaching.

BMEsTalk is a psychologically safe, culturally affirming professional learning community where you will explore your identity, challenge cultural stigma and reclaim masculinity to unlock greater leadership potential.

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To create and curate safe, rich spaces for Black Male Educators (BMEs) to Connect, Grow and Lead.

Leadership Development Spaces

for Black Male Educators

Culturally affirming spaces, designed to inspire Black Male Educators (BMEs) to achieve their full potential.


Because we are addressing the needs of
Black Male Educators

We exist solely for you and those looking to support them. BMEsTalk works diligently to connect you and other Black men across the U.S. and around the globe so we can inspire one another to continue leading proudly as Black men propelling their our students and communities towards brighter, stronger futures.

We do this by unapologetically affirming our race and lived experiences through our leadership development spaces designed to engage and cultivate the WHOLE Black Man. In these spaces, we offer: Brotherhood, Wellness, and Leader created specifically and uniquely for Black Male Educators.





Pure. Positive Energy.

Take a moment to watch this video to see one of the Leadership Lab cohorts in action.

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Do you feel compelled to be a part of the life-changing mission of BMEsTalk? Whether you’re a black male educator yourself or if you’re simply someone who recognizes their importance, we would be grateful for your support and sponsorship. Join our endeavor to equip and grow black male educators today.

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