Very excited! Join @HopeGlobalForum for the Virtual Annual Meeting held October 19-20 with Dr. @DeepakChopra , Founder of The Chopra Center, as one of the speakers! Request an Invitation here: #HGF2020 #HOPEGlobalForums
RT @11AliveNews: We're thankful for @TamikaDMallory @johnhopebryant and @Lorraine4Change for offering their context, perspective, ideas and…
Lessons in Leadership: Why People Like Me Irritate People
Don't miss today's livestream at 4pm Eastern: "Lessons in Leadership: Why People Like Me Irritate People."
Happy to join the conversation. Axios' @felixsalmon hosts a conversation on how people are working to change the status quo and start building a truly equal democratic society, featuring @RepJayapal , @dsallentess and myself. #video #inspire #success
The love of money (and miseducation on how to manage it) is sends many into financial and economic turmoil, not just money itself. Take a listen to this #podcast episode. I joined @HelloHelanah and look forward to hearing your feedback. Share + comment!
This. A must watch. 👇🏽 Please listen very carefully, to @Lorraine4Change and @TamikaDMallory. They speak truth. I'm along for the ride. 😎🦅
"Hurt people, hurt people..." On both sides. And this is why, all of this must stop. On both sides. It's ultimately, lose/lose. And the only ones that win, are the countries that WANT to be America -- China. Russia. Respectfully stated. 👏🏽
Dead on right. 😉🦅
Bryant Founded Companies
Be An Eagle. Change the World.

Be An Eagle. Change the World.

Posted by John Hope Bryant on Monday, January 15, 2018

John Hope Bryant is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist who has built more than 40 organizations, entities and companies, including Operation HOPE, the largest non-profit financial inclusion organization in the country, and The Promise Homes Company, the largest for profit, institutional quality, minority controlled owner of single family rental real estate in the country.

Bryant believes that people who come from underserved communities, such as the ones he grew up in, from Compton to South Central Los Angeles, California, have unlimited potential to contribute and to positively impact and change this world. He believes that most every successful big business was once a small one. And that the vast majority of these small business examples the founder was a single entrepreneur who came from little-to-nothing – just like John Hope Bryant did – and was simply relentless in their pursuit to do something, to become something, and to BUILD something. He believes that there is an undiscovered Steve Jobs in every underserved community in America, and in the world over – and he has made it his business to help find them, worldwide. John Hope Bryant believes that within the vast ‘Invisible Class’ is untapped GDP, entrepreneurial brilliance, and untapped prosperity for all waiting to be born.

John Hope Bryant is in the business of both re-inventing each and every one to their God given potential to be great and boundless, and also to building a sustainable and transformational group of companies and organizations that are both highly successful, from commercial to nonprofit. Furthermore, Bryant believes that every entrepreneur can ‘do well and do good, too.’ Better still, they can ‘do well by doing good.’

John Hope Bryant has built a network of more than 40 entities that span from nonprofit and community to scaled commercial business enterprises and entrepreneurial start-ups alike. Today, these enterprises include some of the largest in the United States, in their sector or industry, and in one case, operates in more than 70 countries worldwide.


Bryant Social Media Following Reaches The 1M+ Followers Mark.

Bryant Social Media Following Reaches The 1M+ Followers Mark.

Bryant speaking at the Mobile Chamber of Commerce Right after Operation HOPE reset it’s business plan in early 2017, and I reset my overall approach to scale and growth of my work and our overall movement, I reached out to a friend, Roland Martin, who gave me some...

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Talking with Becky Quick on the CNBC Squawk Box

Talking with Becky Quick on the CNBC Squawk Box

Last week, June 24, 2020, I was pleased to join Becky Quick on the CNBC “Squawk Box” to discuss the coronavirus impact on minority-owned businesses. You can watch the full segment now: “Well you know that black folks have been doing so...

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"Nothing stabilizes society better or faster than a good job and a shot at aspirational success."

John Hope Bryant


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