Sponsoring The New Guy Code

BY The Anthony R. Abraham Foundation

March 3, 2015

“New Guy Code”
In our commitment to continue our stated mission to insure that Love,Honor, Respect and Empowering the Lives of the Suffering, Hopeless and Forgotten.
It is an honor to have Sponsored The New Guy Code and its Founder Che Scott who appeared on TEDx in Coconut Grove.
Ché Scott considers the change in tone among young men discussing women while in group settings, and why that tone has become so negative. Ché challenges us to change that tone to recall that every women is a daughter or sister or mother and should be honored by men in our society as well as themselves.
Ché Scott was born in a small town in Jamaica. Without any football background, Ché walked onto the University of Miami football team in the midst of their latest dominance of college football. That segment of the team’s history produced more NFL players than any other team in the history of college football.
Ché has kept close relationships with many of his former teammates and knows a face on almost every team in the league. After graduating college with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor in Economics, Ché worked as a licensed General Contractor in South Florida, and helped in the building of projects such as the United Way Center for Excellence.
Ché a jack of all trades…is a licensed minister, a life coach, and a chaplain for the Miami Heat and Miami Hurricanes. He believes in challenging others to find a higher level of thinking. Ché recently published his first book I Like Girls: Honor The New Guy Code.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
We salute you and wish you the best in you endeavor to make a difference.
Thomas Abraham
Anthony R. Abraham Foundation