When a woman misses out on her dad her children suffer the consequences later.
Wil's latest book, "Dear Daughter: A Dad's Marriage Advice on Love, Pain, Healing and the Law," explores why a healthy father/daughter relationship is key to a woman's love life.
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LaVeist is a graduate of several leadership programs including the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education (Editing and Cross-Media Journalism programs), the Leadership Institute of the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and the DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative. He serves on the board of the Hampton Roads Academy for the Performing Arts in Hampton, VA, the Hampton Roads Black Media Professionals, and is an active member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., where he mentors urban youth. LaVeist is often booked as a keynote speaker or emcee at public and private engagements.
At his core, Wil LaVeist is a writer and a speaker who is interested in the human struggle – issues such as love relationships, family ties, social justice and faith – which often involves the complexities of communication. LaVeist authored “Fired Up: 4 Steps to Overcoming a Crisis, Including Unemployment,” and co-authored Random House/Princeton Review’s “8 Steps to Help Black Families Pay for College,” and “Tom Joyner Presents How to Prepare for College.” LaVeist has also contributed essays to “Black Voices in Commentary” of the Trotter Group and “Haternation: How Racism & Incivility Are Dividing Us.” LaVeist blogs for UrbanFaith.com and is the marketing managing editor for multimedia at Mennonite Mission Network. He is a regular contributor to "The Round Table" of the talk show “Another View,” which airs on National
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