Good Brotha' Talk

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Join Good Brotha Marvin Payne & Good Brotha EU Gilbert as the bring  the C-City Brotherly Love!!

Who We Are

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Born and raised in Chester Pa, “Good Brother” Marv always had a passion for the arts. After graduating from Chester High School Academy, he was able to take his exploits to Neumann University where he graduated as a double major in both Management Information Systems and Business Management. After graduating, Good Brother Marv started his career at Wells Fargo as a credit manager/financial consultant. After four very successful years at Wells Fargo, Good Brother Marv decided to make a change in his career path that would define who he really is. Guided by sheer faith and determination, Good Brother Marv went back to school and earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and started teaching at Saint Katherine Drexel which later became Drexel Neumann Academy. During his time there, Good brother Marv found his true calling: working, motivating, guiding and educating the youth.  After a successful five-year stint at Drexel Neumann Academy, Good Brother Marv embarked on his next career path where he has been currently working for the past 9 years, Second Chances; a program designed for educating behavioral Special Education high school students. Good Brother Marv’s passion and ambition has lead him into several endeavors along the way such as being a Director for All 4 Kidz Early Learning Center, acting for both People’s Light & Theater and the Chester Made initiative, teaching improv at an afterschool program, coaching and even running in a campaign. These experiences have lead Good Brother Marv to where he is today, as a host of The Good Brother Talk show which serves as a platform for good brothers and good sisters alike to share a forum to discuss community and social issues, networking, information sharing and more importantly, showing brotherhood and sisterhood to one another in a positive way.