Dorian Burton, Program Officer, The William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust
Stephen Powell, Chief Program Officer, National CARES Mentoring Movement
Dorian Burton, Ed.L.D., is a program officer at the The William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust. He is also co-founder of TandemED and Co-Director of the TandemED Initiative for Black Male Achievement and Community Improvement at The Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School.
Stephen Powell is the Executive Director at Mentoring USA based in New York, NY. A native of New Jersey, Stephen was born and raised in Newark and East Orange, respectively and now resides in New York City with his wife and family. He remains driven to lead program expansion and technical assistance efforts for Mentoring USA across the nation in major cities such as Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Newark, NJ. Prior to joining Mentoring USA, Stephen worked in program development and management for local and national non-profits and toured the world with percussive-based dance troupe, Step Afrika, which was developed through his collegiate affiliation, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated (Beta Chapter- Howard University). His passion for mentoring and community are visible is his roles leading the Trinity faith-based mentoring initiative at Metropolitan Baptist Church in Newark, NJ, chairing the USTA Eastern Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and providing technical assistance to the National CARES Mentoring Movement. He is also an Advisory Board Member to the New York City Young Men’s Initiative and leads an Open Society Institute sponsored male mentor recruitment initiative entitled MEN-TOUR.