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Ask Ms. Bodacious Presents LeRoy C. Mckenzie Jr. - President of JNK Enterprises

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Leroy C. Mckenzie Jr. is a native Baltimorean and a product of the Baltimore Public and Private school systems. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. He is a proud member of the New Psalmist Baptist Church, where he serves on several ministries. He is the Marketing Director for WiseMen of The Millineum Inc. Organization and the former Executive Director of the Black Writer’s Guild-PG Chapter, where he served for two years. He is the President/CEO of JNF Enterprises, which is a Distribution, Publishing, and Business Consulting Firm located in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Mckenzie has written two books of poetry, which have been featured on Heaven 600’s poetry café, a business finance book, The Customer Is Not Always Right, A Common Sense Guide To Establishing A Strong and Flourishing Business, a book on entrepreneurship, Young & Gifted, The New Generation of Entrepreneurship, and a book on Leadership, The Art of Leadership, Success Strategies for the 21st Century Leader. He has performed his poetry and spoken at churches, and various other venues throughout the country. JNF Enterprises, was started in 2004, with the publishing of Mr. Mckenzie’s debut books of Poetry “The Inner Soul” Volumes 1&2, and the launching of their Christian Apparel line Try3Jesus™. Believing in the vision that God placed in him, Leroy set out to put the Distribution, Publishing and Business Consulting Industries on notice that there was about to be a new way of doing business. Following the purpose “Bringing Visions To Reality”, JNF seeks to Enlighten, Empower, and Impact in the communities that it will touch.

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