“Game Changer: Winning Political Victories without Compromise,” is now available
(Black PR Wire) The City of Miami Gardens Vice Mayor and Florida Memorial University professor, Dr. Erhabor Ighodaro, will host a book launch and signing for his new book, “Game Changer: Winning Political Victories Without Compromise” on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The event is set to take place from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Florida Memorial University’s Lou Rawls Performance Arts Center located at 15800 N.W. 42nd Avenue in Miami Gardens.
“Game Changer” is a body of work that chronicles the major themes in the life of the author, a first generation immigrant and the first Nigerian American to be elected into political office in South Florida. The book provides an introspection for others to gain access to a catalogue of perspectives, strategies and tactics that allows a perennial underdog to win a record breaking election and successfully compete in ‘the game’ of American politics.
“Game Changer” is about winning, in spite of the odds. The book provides proven strategies and tactics that will help individuals deal with some of life’s pressing challenges.
For more information on the book or to place an order, please call 1-800-788-7654 or visit www.rosedogbookstore.com. The book is also available at Barnes and Nobles, Amazon and other online book sellers
About the Author
Eerhabor Ighodaro, PhD is an educator with solid background in public management, urban justice, urban education, curricula design and implementation of best practice methodologies, educational public policy and the intervention and resolution of school and community based conflicts.
Dr. Ighodaro serves as Professor of Criminal Justice at Florida Memorial University, is the Founder/CEO of oracle Consulting Group, LLC a dispute systems design and conflict resolution firm and is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator.
The current Vice Mayor for the City of Miami Gardens, he is an often heralded speaker on youth and non-violent engagement. He is the author of the groundbreaking publication Curriculum Violence: America’s New Civil rights Issue (2010) by Nova Science Publishers.