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Daniel Armstrong
Daniel Armstrong


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Daniel Armstrong is a motivational speaker, author of the book “How to Live Your Dreams: Find A Tree and Get Started,” and creator of the Find A Tree program. Find A Tree is a national educational program which has been credited with transforming many incarcerated gang members and underachieving students throughout Los Angeles. According to Roosevelt High School teacher Randy Fong, “From the perspective of one who has taught in the [Los Angeles Unified School] District for more than 25 years…[Find A Tree] is the most effective day-to-day program I’ve seen in terms of encouraging students to develop meaningful goals and then relating the importance of education to achievement of those goals.”

Raised in Compton, California, Armstrong earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Columbia University, where he organized a campaign that led to the withdrawal of the school’s multimillion- dollar investment in apartheid South Africa. Armstrong also holds a Juris Doctorate and a Master in Business Administration degree, both from UCLA. While at UCLA, Armstrong founded the International Black MBA Student Association. Armstrong was a Ford Foundation Fellow in 1984, when he received a grant to study youth development in Zimbabwe. While in Zimbabwe, Armstrong organized a national tour of the country by the Harlem Magicians basketball team, led by former Harlem Globetrotter Marques Haynes. This tour resulted in the largest multi-racial social gathering at that point in the young nation’s history, following nearly 20 years of civil war. Of the tour, American diplomat and Olympic champion Mal Whitfield, wrote in 2004 “[It] is still remembered as one of [the] greatest America/Africa cultural/sports events.”

Armstrong began Find A Tree in 1999 after spending nearly two years working in Ghana, West Africa.

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