He is an avid volunteer and community leader, actively working with such agencies as Second Harvest Food Bank, Rescue Mission for Men, Operation Stand-down, Sophia’s Heart, Habitat for humanities, 4:13 Strong, and many other nonprofits. Darrell matriculated to Trevecca Nazarene University and received a BS in Psychology & Business Administration and later a MBA with a minor in leadership.
He is a certified trainer in CPR/First Aid/AED from the Red Cross, consultant with Vanderbilt University for the Identity Scholars program, as well as trainer for the YMCA of the USA in Youth Work. He has worked with youth and underserved families for the past 30 years with companies such as Meharry Medical College, Woodland Hills, Neighborhood Health, CCM Leadership Academy and KIPP Nashville.
Darrell received the Whitney M. Young Jr. service award in 2016, the Dr. Dorothy L. Brown Humanitarian award in 2017, and the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Man of Valor award in 2018.
He is a visionary and compassionate person that looks to serve.