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After graduating he moved to Orlando Florida to pursue a career in the Criminal Justice arena. His first job upon graduating from college was with the Florida Department of Corrections as a probation officer for one year. He rose from the executive management level of Assistant Director of the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League to District Administrator of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice of Central Florida, having direct management oversight of a four (4) county $40 million-dollar operations of juvenile probation, detention, residential commitment programs and contracted services. Mr. Love was appointed to the statewide position of Assistant Secretary of Prevention and Intervention Services of the State Department of Juvenile Justice in Tallahassee. After a few years, he returned to state government and was appointed Deputy Secretary of the State Department of Juvenile Justice overseeing the $740 million-dollar management and oversight of 5000+ employees and contracted services statewide inclusive of responsibilities for coordination of policy and appropriations of legislative affairs governing the agencies activities.
Mr. Love founded Community Synergy Group, Inc.(CSG), which is the parent company for public / private joint ventures. CSG Home Healthcare Services, licensed by the Agency for Healthcare Administration, CSG Tech-Solutions (application development), Economic Development Engineers (CRA Consultancy) and Florida Economic Consortium on Violence & Crime and “Let’s Talk Nation, LLC” are wholly and/or majority / principally owned or associated within the CSG brand.
Mr. Love is particularly committed to developing economically sustainable faith and community based social justice industries based in urban communities to directly impact poverty and crime through providing of economic development through job creation.
Creating economic industries in underserved communities through public / private partnerships that generate dividends for shareholders, paychecks/careers for community stakeholders and infrastructure improvements in impoverished neighborhoods.
Let’s Talk Nation is a platform intended to accomplish measurable results. Join Mr. Love and Let’s Talk About It!
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Greg Jackson is one of the most diverse and talented attorneys in the State of Florida. In addition to being a civil trial attorney, he has served as General Counsel of a Community Redevelopment Agency, as a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida, as well as managed and provided guidance to artist, performers, record labels and organizations across the globe. Greg is the former Managing Editor of TEHILLAH MAGAZINE, which was the official publication for the STELLAR AWARDS. Greg was also the International Manager and Chief Legal Counsel to THAITANIUM, one of the most successful hip-hop groups in Asia. As Chief Legal Counsel to THAITANIUM ENTERTAINMENTS, Greg drafted the licensing agreements between seven countries to bring to Thailand the first-ever Hip Hop Music Festival. He also assisted with expanding the group’s brand and handled all legal arrangements that led to the group becoming the MTV ASIA AWARD Host of the Official After- Party. Greg continues to provide guidance to artists and music organizations when time permits, and most recently, he took on the role of legal advisor for the Spirit of Florida l Gospel Festival.
Civically, Greg is Chairman of the Orange County Board of Zoning Adjustment and has been an active member of the Central Florida community for nearly two decades, having served on multiple Orange County and City of Orlando Advisory Boards (i.e., Civic Facilities Authority, MetroPlan Orlando Citizens’ Advisory Committee, Certification Board, etc.). Greg has served as President of the Rotary Club of College Park, a Business Advisor for the Small Business Development Center at the University of Central Florida, as well as an Instructor for Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning where he provided instruction on community engagement. and a past member of the Charitable Works He serves on the Consumer Protection Law Committee for The Florida Bar Association and was on the Board of Directors for the FSU College of Law Alumni Association. In addition to civic boards, Greg donates, and has donated, hundreds of hours each year volunteering for and serving numerous non-profit organizations.
In addition to his service to Central Florida, Greg has also served in the U.S. Navy Reserve as an Intelligence Analyst and an Infantryman in the Florida Army National Guard. Greg received a Juris Doctor Degree from the FSU College of Law, where he served as Notes & Comments Editor for FSU Law Review and a Staff Member on the FSU Land Use Journal. He also obtained a Master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of North Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida A & M University. Greg is also registered with the State of Florida as a Veteran-Owned Business.
Important subjects such as crime in urban communities, jobs, business growth, relationship with the police, transitioning from a mom and pop proprietorship to mom and pop incorporation and a whole lot of other action initiatives that affect the quality of life of individuals and families are the major focus. “Let’s Talk About It” will pride itself in developing an understanding of the everyday needs and issues of people and assist in empowering people with the necessary information or motivation towards addressing such needs, all with the support of professionals and /or subject matter experts who will be invited guests.
“Let’s Talk About It” promises an interactive style of information sharing that is both entertaining and educational. “Let’s Talk About It” will act as a vehicle for civic and faith based organizations, small businesses and everyday citizens to be able to work together to foster a progressive development of communities’ interactivity with one another.
“Let’s Talk About It” is geared towards meeting goals that the community finds important, drawing from the number of participants who would be able to air their differing views, thereby creating a forum that focuses on positive and timely results in addressing identified problems and issues.
The “Let’s Talk About It” concept believes that the facilitation of capacity building will be the hallmark of the show. It is our hope, that “Let’s Talk About It” will be a conduit to motivating tomorrows leaders.
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