David Freeman a Houston native with over a decade of youth development experience. Upon graduating from high school, he pursued his education at Grambling State University, earning a Bachelors of Science in Business Management. During his time at THE Grambling State University, David was not only a scholar in the classroom but also in different auxiliaries on campus. He was involved with United African American Men, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, served as a Senior Mentor in the Intergenerational Mentoring Program, a participant in Bill Clinton Global Initiative, and a member of the Grambling State University Track & Field team. David is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Upon graduating with his Bachelors in 2014, David received a grant to create an elementary based literacy program for educational advancement in Lincoln Parish Schools of Ruston, LA. He was able to serve over 500 children in K-4 grades with these resources. David completed his Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in Strategic Leadership from Amberton University. He currently works with juveniles within Harris County focusing on goal setting, career advancement, and social skills.
David's core values include leadership, service, and enrichment. He is the Founder of Kingdom Man Programs that emphasizes everyone should have an opportunity to create the life they want. Moreover, David is a loving husband and father of one. He currently resides in Humble, TX and continues to serve his community through mentorship and career development programming.