HFC led and collaborative projects
RockFord's Men's Health Summit
HFC consulted the newly founded Culture Creates Change with project management and branding needs as they launched their inaugural Men's Health Summit in Rockford, IL. Culture Creates Change needed a branding kit and logo design. HFC delivered on a quick turnaround enabling memorabilia to be developed in time for their fall event and media coverage on WREX13 Rockford.
Founder Quentin Harris, driven by HFC's mission, was honored to be chosen for the prestigious executive coaching cohort at AMPT Chicago. Under his leadership, HFC has made a significant impact by collaborating with two non-profits in the Chicagoland area. His efforts are focused on enhancing processes and aligning organizational missions to drive meaningful change and long-term success.
2023 African Festival of the Arts
HFC returned to the 34th Annual African Festival of the Arts in Washington park Chicago where he returned to his previous role of coordinating volunteer efforts across the festival. In additon, Africa International House employed HFC to manage the logistics of ground transportation for the festival's esteemed talent. HFC efficiently handled transportation for renowned acts such as the iconic Hip Hop group Dead Prez, the legendary oldies group Cameo, the soul-stirring gospel singer Dorothy Norwood, Jairobi White of A Tribe Called Quest fame, the captivating Wazumbians, Ile Aiye, and many other luminaries. Pictured to the right is Dr. Ewa Ewa, Chairman of AIH and Quentin Harris, Founder/Consultant at HFC.
Branding: JQLR, LLC
HFC created branding for JQLR, LLC which is Turo based rental car company in the Chicagoland area. Along with branding, HFC has created onboarding materials, presentation deck templates, and invoicing templates for the company.
Dream Academy Professional Development Series
HFC served as a facilitator for DAF's 2023 Planning Summit. The ask was to prepare a series of activities that provoke critical thinking, growth mindset, collaboration, and mission alignment. The two day series was reviewed highly by leaders and members of the organization.
African Festival of the Arts
HFC coordinated volunteers for Africa International House's 33rd Annual Festival of the Arts. President, Patrick Woodtor (pictured), and members of the board deemed it a highly successful presence. HFC was able to source 65 volunteers with an average of 25 per day over the course of the 4 day event which fell on Labor Day Weekend.
In fall of 2022 HFC led travel, tourism, and charitable arrangements in partnership with Dream Academy Foundation and House of Light, LLC. This annual charity effort to the Cape Coast School for Deaf and Blind has become a collaborative effort with several organizations with HFC at the helm of logistics.