Huntington Beach, CA-based singer & rapper INFJ KENJO has recently attended Operation Hope’s Global Forum In Atlanta, CA. The conference took place on December 11th-13th and leaders, government officials, and social workers from different industries enlighten the conference. To overcome the economic gap, participants had deep discussions and listened to respected leaders from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

The Global Forum provided Kenzo with an encouraging platform from which to continue working on the development of underprivileged populations. He is grateful for the chance to take part in such important work.

INFJ KENJO had a dramatic change in his life after saving a 16 year old girl by performing CPR who overdosed on Fentanyl. Since then he was engaged in writing music and always kept an eye on humanitarian services. Operation Hope’s Global Forum serves as a chance to expand his dedication to making a good impact on people’s lives globally.

It is a fantastic chance to fundamentally improve the lives of people from underserved communities who are experiencing financial hardship. The motto of this conference is to close the gap between increased financial inclusion and ensuring that no one is left behind by working together.

Chairman and CEO of  Operation Hope’s Global Forum John Hope Bryant see this annual conference as the most important gathering of leaders to ensure the balance in the economy and focus on the underprivileged people in the front picture. 

Kenzo is delighted to participate in the event and support Operation Hope’s goal to advance equality for all. He extends an invitation to his followers and admirers to attend an event that will feature music and thought-provoking discussions about how to unite our community during the holiday season. So join us this Thursday at Club Bahia and get ready for the perfect Christmas party.

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