top of page

Mentorship Program

Blonka Movement Mentorship Program works with elite representation that cultivates & aligns with mentors worldwide. Every teacher was once a student, and every great success story has a mentor. With our paragon leaders and pillar panels, we have the privilege of advocating side by side with CEOs, Judges, Athletes, celebrities, and Former White House Officials of the Obama Administration, etc. 

​As we are pivoting forward, Mr. Reginald " Reggie," Love body man for President Barrack Obama during his presidency, has partnered with our Program to redirect the youth from unproductive activities and steel them down their passionate career path. 

As we work closely with the youth in their grooming stages of life, attending both public & private schools; our expertise focus on socio-emotional and cognitive development. Bridging the gap through the transitional period from childhood to adolescence to adulthood.
Providing services in the areas of emotional intelligence, ADHD, depression, personality testing, and HR management.
    Acknowledging positive achievements and strengths while tapping into any possible disconnect. Addressing the root of an issue head-on and providing solutions. Having a MENTOR is an integral piece in the developmental stages as they embark on independence. We build a personal connection uplifting the mentee. Embracing a newfound equilibrium of a well-rounded being.   
    Mental health is very prevalent in today's time, services are provided to adults as well. After a full assessment is conducted, it's our goal to exhibit comprehensive mental health promotion and suicide prevention.
For additional information email

Under the Umbrella & Direction of Professor Bardell:
Delgado Community College

4:44 Financial Literacy Tour | Delgado Community College

Touring in our Trifecta States | Louisiana | Ohio | New York

Tour: Coming to a school or University near you

Join our Mentorship Program with the Blonka Movement: Complete the form below & email a copy.



loyola health advocates.jpg
bottom of page