John-Leslie Brown speaks internationally to groups of all ages, inspiring his audiences to reach higher and to expect more of themselves in the serious pursuit of
dreams that define a lifetime. His core original message is, “We must be more dedicated to our destinies than we are to our distractions.”
Recently named one of the top 40 speakers under the age of 40 in America, John-Leslie Brown knows how to deliver every time. He focuses on the head and the heart and
his infectious enthusiasm and vivid powers of description sweep along all those who hear him. The Los Angeles Clippers and Success Teens International awarded him
the (HNAA) Humanitarian Neighborhood Alliance Award at the Staple Center specifically for his inspirational speaking work with young adults.
John-Leslie Brown has been speaking professionally since the age of 10 and he has not slowed down for more than two decades. His personal goal is to impact and to
inspire a new generation of high achievers while remaining focused forward on building the family business which trains emerging leaders to use their unique voices
as a force for greatness.
Whether presenting before corporate executives in sold-out arenas with as many as 20,000 participants attending, or addressing august cohorts of world changers
at Harvard University, John-Leslie Brown leaves his audience with more than just the necessary tools to compete and to win in a global economy—he leaves them
inspired and hungry to achieve it!
John-Leslie lives with his family in Los Angeles, California.
Jose Carlos Flores Rodarte
Jose Carlos Flores Rodarte is a medical student interested in practicing Family Medicine and a former biomedical research fellow at
University of California at Irvine.
Presently enrolled in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, Jose is building his medical career on a bedrock of direct service
programming to help at-risk populations improve their lives through making good medical decisions and preventative healthcare choices.
Jose Carlos Flores Rodarte is Clinic Manager at the East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP) medical student-run, free inner-city clinic in
New York, Research Assistant at Mount Sinai Global Health Training Program, and past co-president of the Family Medicine Interest Group at Icahn
School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Graduating from UC Irvine in five years with both, a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Jose has distinguished himself as a
progressive leader who combines academic achievement with social activism, volunteering and mentoring to inspire and to motivate others to give back. He is
the recipient of numerous awards, including: the National Health Service Corps Scholarship, the Santa Barbara Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship Award, Phi Beta Kappa,
the Order of Omega, and Gamma Sigma Alpha.
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