Sunday, September 16, 2012
Christopher Scott to speak at TSU, Fisk, Meharry, and Vanderbilt Breakfast Book Club
The Breakfast Book Club of TSU, Fisk, Meharry, and Vanderbilt will kick off its 2012-2013 calendar year with author, Christopher Scott. On Sunday, September 18,2012. Christoper Scott, co-author of Honor Thy Mother, Find Thy Father, will share a powerful story about reconciliation and redemption. Honor Thy Mother, Find Thy Father is a true story of two brothers who set out on a journey to find their father. In the process, they found each other, other siblings, and a deeper sense of self. Christopher and his brother, Eric Higgs, who co-authored the book, learned answers to questions about who they are and where they came from. A story steeped in love and forgiveness, the book gives us a glimpse of how their lives changed, for the better, since meeting their father and the challenges they encountered on the road to forgiveness and wholeness.
The College Breakfast Club is being lead by Dr. Daphne Young this year. The club represents area colleges community leaders and meets on the campus of Tennessee State University from 8:30-10:00am on the second Sundays of the month.
More About Christopher Scott
Christopher R. Scott currently serves as President\CEO of Point of Contact Concierge Services in Nashville, Tennessee. Point of Contact provides temporary personal assistants and service to company executives, celebrities, professional athletes and clergy, on both a national and international basis.
Over the past two decades he has honed his strong communications skills and acquired invaluable human resources (HR) and recruiting experience. In addition to Point of Contact, Christopher has held positions with Kelley Services, Randstad Staffing, Nursing Resource Solutions and Anthem Career College.
Christopher’s passion is helping men see and reach their full potential and has reached out to the community as a volunteer, donating countless hours working with the Nashville Rescue Mission and many other transitional homes for men.
Christopher resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Tonia and has four children, Christopher (CJ) 25, Desmond 22, Jeffrey 21, Trenity 12.