“My motivation is for the generations to come. I want to leave something behind that will make sure my kids are going to be okay, my grandkids are going to be okay, and so on, and so forth. I want to feel like I did something here, and really make an impact. That’s what keeps me going, and gets me out of bed each day,” Morris said.
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Young Black male starts business while working on masterâs degree | The Michigan Chronicle
After attending Seton Hill, North Carolina A&T and Penn State, Titus Morris received his bachelor’s degree in Business and is currently in school pursuing a master’s in Business Administration. A 24-year-old Black male born and raised on the North Side, and a Perry High School graduate, Morris is praised as a city success story. He […]