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My Story: The Many Identities of Brett Andrews

It turns out there’s some wisdom in astrology.

That’s a statement I never thought I’d make, let alone in a business publication. But as I reflected on what I wanted to share about my journey as the Black, gay CEO of a social impact organization here in San Francisco, it dawned on me that these three facets of my identity – my race, my orientation and my drive to excel (yes, I’m an unapologetic Virgo-Dragon) – exist in a perpetual balancing act…


Brett Andrews on the Urgency of Now

I was opening my mail the other day when I spied an envelope from a foundation. The envelope was slightly thicker than a standard envelope — usually a good sign. Upon opening it, I was pleased to find a check meant to support PRC’s efforts.

After doing some research, however, I learned that we’d written the grant proposal more than a year ago. I was extremely grateful that the foundation believed in the importance of our work enough to provide financial support. That said, I also couldn’t help but think what it would have meant to receive these funds earlier in the year — right when COVID-19 reared its ugly head…

Read Brett Andrews’ Viewpoint, as published January 7 2021 in the San Francisco Business Times

Patti LaBelle Will Headline PRC’s Mighty Real Gala 2020

Are you ready for a new attitude?

PRC is hosting its annual “Mighty Real” fundraising gala virtually on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. The best part? Attendees get to spend an intimate evening with the Godmother of Soul, Patti LaBelle, who is this year’s recipient of PRC’s Sylvester Community Pillar Award.


August 2020 Frontline Newsletter


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