Faith + Work Ethics = Success
Youth Motivational Speaker, Mentor
As a remarkable basketball player, Brian Randolph's journey to inspire youth began when he assisted John Ehret High School in winning the Louisiana State Basketball Championship in 2006. The experience was both empowering and inspiring for him, his teammates and the community as they strive to regain a sense of normalcy following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Mr. Randolph continued his educational pursuits at Southern University at New Orleans where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Entrepreneurship.
Mr. Randolph has been featured in Nike and Jordan Commercials, People’s Magazine, ESPN top stories (2006), Word-Up Magazine, Sports Illustrated Magazine and the Movie Hurricane Season, which starred Taraji P. Henson and Forrest Whitaker. With such recognition, Mr. Randolph began to understand the great impact he had on youth. With the ability to encourage and inspire others, actor and 2006 ESPY Award recipient Mr. Randolph founded Reaching for the Stars in 2015. Reaching for the Stars provides the opportunity for Mr. Randolph to impact the youth through direct service initiatives including sports camps, empowerment sessions and speaking engagements. Under his leadership, Reaching for the Stars has hosted 18 Sports and Life Skills camps and continues to provide sports skills and life skills development for youth. Additionally, Mr. Randolph was recognized as a 2018 New Orleans Saints Community Quarterback for his dedication to the youth of New Orleans. Mr. Randolph has received the first ever 2019 Community Game Changer Award from the New Orleans Pelicans. In 2019 “Nola Black Men of New Orleans” has recognize Mr. Randolph for the great work he has accomplish in the community.