ANTHONY FISHER — AFRICAN AMERICAN PILOT, AUTHOR, AND REGISTERED NURSE — WANTS TO INSPIRE BLACK YOUTH ACROSS AMERICA
Jacksonville, FL (BlackNews.com) — The first African American to become Director of Undergraduate Skills Lab at a private university seeks to give back to communities. Our youth are crying out for help! Many of them are at a disadvantage due to single parenting; poor educational systems; and role models who are not giving back to their communities. Usually children emulate what they observe but if they don’t see a positive role model in their local community, it’s difficult for our youth to believe that they can achieve success.
Learn how this poor African-American country boy, who was raised in the projects, was given the privilege to fly a $30 million-dollar aircraft. But not only did he become an esteemed helicopter pilot-in-command, he also became an author, registered nurse and motivational speaker. He has a remarkable story and wants to impart his knowledge into young African American males so they can believe in their dreams even if they are Stacked Against the Odds. In his new book, entitled just that, he wants to share his story and inspire our youth.
He believes nothing can stop you. Having a positive mind-set, coupled with the right attitude can propel anyone to greater heights. He shares his incredible life story of perseverance and being raised on the farm to becoming one of the best pilots in America. His story has changed the lives of many young men across America.
He has received numerous awards to include: Senior Aviation Badge, two-Air Medals, a Meritorious Service Medal, and numerous others awards and decorations.
Mr. Fisher was featured on the WJXT Channel 4 Morning Show in Jacksonville, FL to tell his story of triumph.
His book is available for purchase on Amazon.com