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Meet Johnathan Russell, a multi-talented individual from Prince George's County, MD. With expertise in entrepreneurship, speaking engagements, creativity, business acumen, and investment, Johnathan embodies versatility and innovation.


Founder and CEO of Exclusiveekicks, a thriving sneaker reselling He's gained widespread recognition for his entrepreneurial accomplishments, clinching top honors in prestigious pitch competitions at Bowie State University, University of Maryland, Community College of Baltimore and The Department of Energy OTT. Through participation in multiple elite business accelerator programs, he's honed his expertise further and has launched a youth entrepreneurship program aimed at equipping future leaders with vital skills in entrepreneurship, leadership, and finance.

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Graduating from Bowie State University where he studied Business Administration with a focus on marketing and entrepreneurship. He has now transitioned seamlessly from academia to industry, Johnathan has demonstrated his versatility and expertise, working currently in International Business as a Capture Manager and having previously worked with The U.S. Department of Energy OTT, Home Depot and CDW. He is proficient in communication, entrepreneurship, and market research, Johnathan embodies a driven individual poised for success in the realms of business and innovation.

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Recently, Johnathan has expanded his talents into acting, starring in a four-episode novella focused on HIV prevention in collaboration with the Prince George's County Health Department, WUSA9, and Bowie State University's Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Prevention Center. This engaging video series aims to dispel HIV misinformation by intertwining the stories of young adults. Each episode, lasting 30-60 seconds, will air during TV commercial breaks. For more, visit health.mypgc.us/endinghiv next week to view the remaining episodes.

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