International Black Summit Interview Podcast: Ted Marsh
June 5, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #3 – Ted Marsh
In this podcast episode, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview Ted Marsh about his work as a community Elder and master coach who effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions in his work and in his life. Watch below. For audio only, CLICK HERE to go to our podcast website, or look for us on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, and other popular podcast directories.
Baba Ted Marsh is a community Elder and a master coach committed to transforming the narrative of the peoples of African descent. For over 30 years, he has operated a communications consulting firm, Two Win Communications, which specialized in intensifying and expanding winning relationships in a rapidly changing social climate.
A decorated Navy veteran, Mr. Marsh served as a contract officer with Naval Construction Forces and Naval Facilities Engineering, Washington, D.C. He is a co-founder of the Northern California Black Employee Association and the African American Human Resource Forum. As co-founder of the East Bay’s men’s support group Gathering of Black Men, he continues to coach selective, high potential males to facilitate advancing their growth into responsible manhood, applying the principles of his comprehensive guide, The Journey of Manhood.
Mr. Marsh was selected to be on the Board of Directors for the Mentoring Center, the executive board of the International Computers & Communications World Leaders Council. He also served as a senior counselor for Lee Hecht Harrison, a national employment transition firm and as Chief Coach for the CIE Institute.
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