Louis Guiden Jr., is a relevant messenger in challenging times, bringing an empowering, life changing message that calls the listener to action and ignites one’s core, and activates change. He is acknowledged as a subject matter expert in the field of juvenile delinquency, youth development, leadership development, and systems change. He has delivered consulting services to organizations such as Department of Labor, OJJDP, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, Washington State Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, Washington State Department of Commerce, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Northwest Harvest, Community Foundation of Michigan, King County Juvenile Court, Washington State Mentors, United Way of King County, The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the University of Washington, The Seattle Pacific University, Highline College, City of Tacoma, City of Seattle, Tacoma Public Schools, Franklin Pierce School District, Federal Way Public Schools, Tukwila Public Schools, Auburn School District, Faith-Based Organizations, The School to Prison Pipeline Symposium and the National Mentoring Partnership’s Summit. It is, however, his ability to speak to, relate to, and transform the lives of people and emerging leaders that is his greatest gift and highest goal. Through this work, Mr. Guiden has built a solid reputation for community mobilization, organizational development, capacity building, and intervention strategies.