John Locke

Founder

National Walk 2 Vote, Project Solon

John Brian Locke IV is the founder of the National Walk 2 Vote initiative and Project Solon, and a previous student body president of the University of Houston-Downtown for two consecutive terms. He has received recognition from Houston’s City Council members, the Mayor of Houston, and Congress for his work in the community including civic engagement, volunteerism and empowerment. He also has been recognized with the Student of the Year Award at the Circle of Change Leadership Conference in Los Angeles.

John received an honorary degree from the International Education Parliament in 2016 for his commitment to improving higher education and his presentation on higher education best practices. He has also given presentations and speeches at notable conferences such as NAPA, Points of Light’s Conference on Volunteering and Service, NCLC, and published an article in the AACU’s Diversity & Democracy called, “The Power to Influence Positive Change: A Student’s Perspective.”

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Conference on Volunteering and Service
Attn: Events
600 Means Street, Suite 210
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

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The emphasis on cross-sector collaboration was eye-opening, and everyone I met walked away with fresh perspectives and ideas. It broke down the silos of inward-facing sectors and showed us how much more powerful our work can be when we come together. An unbeatable experience!

— 2017 Seattle Attendee

The conference proved to be one of the most engaging and exciting professional gatherings of like-minded people I've ever attended. Although the topics, content, and presentations all appropriately centered around volunteering and service in some way, the sheer range of them was simply astounding.

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