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Sustainable Strategies to Re-employ Delaware's Capital | Harold Dezell Lathon | TEDxWilmingtonSalon
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Harold D. Lathon has two passions: helping others and sharing the heritage of his homeland. Today, he is a FEMA Subject Matter Expert focused on recovery strategic implementation strategies for local, state, national and international governments. HD Lathon is an entrepreneur and philanthropist known for his reputation as a peoples’ champion and force for Economic, Social & Political (ESP) change.
Lathon is currently writing a book, “Where We Go From Here.” He has received many esteemed awards and recognitions: the Business Advisory Council’s “Business Man of the Year Award”, featured in the Wall Street Journal; and recognized at the Whitehouse, “Champion of Change.” His commitment: to work toward building a better tomorrow, today, for all human beings, especially our youth.

Harold D. Lathon has two passions: helping others and sharing the heritage of his homeland. Today, he is a FEMA Subject Matter Expert focused on recovery strategic implementation strategies for local, state, national and international governments. HD Lathon is an entrepreneur and philanthropist known for his reputation as a peoples’ champion and force for Economic, Social & Political (ESP) change.
Lathon is currently writing a book, titled “Where We Go From Here.” He has received many esteemed awards and recognitions: the Business Advisory Council’s “Business Man of the Year Award”, featured in the Wall Street Journal; and recognized at the White House as a “Champion of Change.” His commitment: to work toward building a better tomorrow today, for all human beings, especially our youth.

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