Darrell is an inspirational speaker, former attorney and a graduate of Harvard Law School and Morehouse College, where he was valedictorian. He is the author of six books, has spoken in Beijing, Jerusalem and Berlin and has been featured on NPR, the New Yorker Magazine and CNN.
Since Darrell first began his formal career in higher education in 2010, he's taught criminal justice and pre-law classes at the City University of New York and ASA College of Excellence; history classes at Metropolitan College of New York; GED and ACE classes at several learning facilities; and most recently an intensive leadership course, which he also wrote the curriculum for, at a center for justice-involved citizens in Harlem.
Today, Darrell lives in New York City and is the managing partner of The BSG Group.
This is my most personal, emotionally raw book yet. It's the story of my childhood, my struggles and my transformation. It's a reminder that you can come back from anything!
This is my first book, which I wrote as a freshman at Morehouse College. It's short snippets on tips for life, how to discover what makes you different -- and how to seize it!
I wrote this two years after I graduated from Harvard Law School. It's a raw account of the struggle to find my identity and forge into discovering my purpose.
This guide is the result of years of me working with clients, creating assessments and delivering high-impact workshops for colleges, companies and organizations.
A step-by-step through navigating the complexities of the law school admissions process, from taking the LSATs to writing the personal statement to interviewing.
A dynamic manual on how to: get accepted into the nation's most selective schools in this challenging market, market your strengths and obtain scholarships/grants.