Frequent Guest Speaker at the United Nations and the United States White House; Executive Director of the International Charity Red Eye; TEDxWatts Organizer
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Justin Mayo is the Executive Director of the international non-profit Red Eye and Founder of the Youth Mentor initiative. These programs have built relational bridges, creatively connecting various demographics of humanity, for over 10 » Read Full Bio
Justin Mayo is the Executive Director of the international non-profit Red Eye and Founder of the Youth Mentor initiative. These programs have built relational bridges, creatively connecting various demographics of humanity, for over 10 years.
Featured in publications ranging from Forbes, InStyle, People, Cosmopolitan, HuffPost, Modern Luxury and Success Magazines, a frequent guest of both the United Nations, UNICEF, Young G8 Summit and The White House and has met with Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton amongst other world leaders. Justin's heart is for young Culture Creators, Influencers and Leaders to utilize their life platforms to give back to society.
Growing up in an influential family, Justin knows well of the pressures that come with living life under the microscope. After completing his Masters Degree, he moved to Sydney, Australia, where he was a Youth Communications Director before he moved back to Bel Air.
Mayo recently moved to a loft on Skid Row between the LA Mission, Downtown Women Center and Mental Health Center to be amongst some of the demographic he serves. He has been working tirelessly with a team located around the globe to further develop what today has emerged as a compelling non-profit of Culture Creators, Influencers and Leaders in key cultural cities around the globe! Red Eye currently has chapters in Los Angeles, New York City, Las Vegas, London, Paris and Sydney.
When Justin is not spending his time on the streets of Skid Row or neighborhoods of South Central and Watts Housing Projects, he thrives in empowering corporate, governmental, non-profit, and educational groups through his role as a professional public speaker. He breaks down stereotypical walls and helps people realize that their voice matters and makes a greater impact than they know.