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Wed, Oct 18



#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports

Join Black Sports Professionals North Texas for the next edition of State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports.

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#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports
#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports

Time & Location

Oct 18, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM



About the Event

Meeting ID: 860 7844 8220

Passcode: bspntx

This is an interactive, open discussion you do not want to miss as we delve deeper into the perspective of being Black in the sports industry. No question will go unanswered and no topic is off-limits. From dealing with discrimination situations to uplifting fellow Blacks in sports, our conversation will give tips and strategies needed to navigate the sports industry as well as touch on the hot topics affecting people of color in and around the world of sports.


Breon Dennis is Chief Strategy Officer at the Southland Conference office and a member of the BSPNTX Executive Board as Vice President. In his role, Dennis oversees the strategic direction of the conference, working closely with the commissioner and the conference's member institutions to produce new partnerships that will increase revenue streams for the Conference. His progressive vision and expertise in building relationships and delivering impactful resources have already been instrumental in fostering student-athlete success and strengthening the conference's reputation.

Prior to his time in college athletics, the Shreveport, La., native spent more than 20 years in professional baseball – nearly eight years with the Frisco RoughRiders Baseball Club and more than 12 years with the Texas Rangers Baseball Club. In addition to his role with BSPNTX, Dennis serves on boards including Dallas Influencers in Sports & Entertainment, Maker District DFW, Chef to the Shelters, Young Leadership Academy (YMLA) Fort Worth ISD, North Texas Food Bank, Plano Committee, United Negro College Fund Leadership Council, African American Museum of Dallas, North Richland Hills Police Foundation and Plano Wellness Center for Older Adults.

Mr. CommUNITY, as he is affectionately known, earned his Bachelor of Arts and Science, Business Administration and Sport Management and Master of Science, Kinesiology and Exercise Science degrees from Dallas Baptist University.

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