Mentorship through Mathematics
The Mentor Model

Felicia M. Fort is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and a mathematician (the best part is turning complex problems into simple ones), a dedicated leader, mentor to six youth and young adults and mentee to several professionals. Felicia is a proud alumnus of Benedict College, where she earned her BS Degree in Mathematics. Felicia also received her MBA from Trinity Washington University. A proud member Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Felicia runs a scholarship program called the Fort’s Book Scholarship, which awards students every year by providing assistance to purchase their college textbooks. Felicia lives by the following mantra, “The more you know about how to make your dreams real, the closer you are to fulfilling them”. She loves skydiving and daring herself to seek and live an adventurous lifestyle.

The Mentor Model

Tools to building and Sustaining a Mentor-Mentee Relationship Long-term Paperback

It’s a Call to Action.The Mentor Model is a book that speaks from personal experience, observations, and research about the importance of building and sustaining a mentor-mentee relationship. Research shows that every successful person has had the help of a mentor. The goal of this book is to inspire and persuade the reader (young and experienced professionals) to seek after mentees, and for aspiring professionals and adolescents to seek after a mentor. The mentoring relationship is a two-way street, as illustrated in this book. Mentoring can’t wait. Former President Obama has issued a charge, asking everyone to join the movement that has helped so many people become successful. There are so many children, youth, and young professionals who wait in need of guidance and support to achieve their potential. Now is the time to accept the call to mentorship. 

The Mentor Model

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