Brandale D. Randolph, is the founder and owner of the 1854 Cycling Company. He is also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Project: Poverty, a nonprofit organization that aims to design, create and implement innovative strategies to reduce poverty. Part of his work included teaching job readiness seminars at the South Plains Workforce Solutions Center, teaching financial literacy at the Lubbock County Detention Center, the Youth Transition Center and among other under-served populations. His work with disadvantaged populations earned him a TEDtalk at the inaugural TEDxTexasTechUniversity in 2013 titled “Stop Throwing Breakfast Sandwiches at the Poor.” He is an author. His 2010 book “Me & My Broke Neighbor: The 7 Things I Learned About Success Just By Living Next To Him…” has been added to financial literacy curriculum across the country. His 2016 release “Like Cavemen & Quail: Poverty Beyond Income and Mindset” has received rave reviews from reviewers and publishers all across the world. Brandale D. Randolph has given more than two dozen guest lectures on Social Entrepreneurship and Poverty Alleviation at Universities and Colleges such as Babson College, Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business, and Lubbock Christian University. He now lives in Framingham, MA with his wife and two sons.