Black Men’s Dossier ‘History Makers Now’ Features Brand Camp University Creator Hajj Flemings

by / February 26, 2015

TRG Client Black Men’s Dossier unveiled an informative, stellar Black History Month series titled “The Gentlemen, History Makers Now,” celebrating 25 gentlemen who exemplify the success our ancestors dreamed. This awesome series is happening right now on and features some familiar and not-so-familiar faces, all of whom we should take the time to get to know because they are making great strides in our communities and in business. Take a look at the feature of Hajj Flemings, CEO and Founder of Brand Camp Univeristy, the largest personal branding conference in the Midwest:


Hajj E. Flemings is the CEO and  founder of Brand Camp University the largest personal branding conference in the Midwest.  He has expanded his personal branding conference to New York and Boston. He is also the CEO and Co-Founder of Gokit and author of “The Brand YU Life: Re-thinking Who You Are Through Personal Brand Management”, which was selected as one of Fast Company Magazine’s 2008 Readers Choice Business Books of the year.

Flemings has been featured on,, WDIV 4 (NBC), Fox 2 News and travels nationally speaking as a brand strategist enabling personal and business brands to remain relevant. He is also a managing partner of Broken Chains Design Group (BCDG), a graphical design firm. A few of his clients include Walt Disney, Ford Motor Company, Skechers Footwear, U.S. Department of Defense (Telecom Division). He has spoken at Iowa State University, Davidson College, University of Michigan and numerous colleges and universities around the nation on personal branding, social media and career development.

Flemings is also a columnist who writes about technology, social media and branding for small business.

“Being a man of my word is critically important. I work very hard to live my values which has been invaluable for me in business. The other principle is living my dreams versus managing someone else’s. I invest in myself so that I have the freedom to do what is in my heart,” says Flemings.

– Catch the full series here:

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