MetroMorphosis Announces a New Way to Lead


The month of August was full of announcements, engagements and community at MetroMorphosis. We announced the transition to a new leadership model and celebrated Black Philanthropy Month with the launch of our donor store , hosting a few engagements and supporting Black businesses in our community!

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By now, you have seen or heard that we have transitioned to the Intergenerational Co-Leadership model and have our first co-leadership team.

“Intergenerational co-leadership is the intentional practice of putting people from different generations into leadership roles at an organization.” – Sherreta R. Harrison

Earlier this month our co-leaders Raymond A. Jetson and Sherreta R. Harrison sat down with Ronaldo Hardy to take a deeper dive into the model and their partnership.

We invite you to watch the full video and learn more about our co-leadership team and the model that will transform the industry.

Watch the Full Video

Our organization has always been Black-led and that practice of leadership has only grown since transitioning to the intergenerational co-leadership model. One of the benefits of this model is it supports sustainability, but it is only one way.

Another way our organization is sustained is by receiving donations from community members like you who believe in us and our work. 

To celebrate Black giving and our donors, we created the  Movement Merch donor store to  give something back to those who have shared with us.

For the first time, your donation to MetroMorphosis will be accompanied by a gift of your choosing.

Visit the store, donate, and select your gift today!

Choose Your Gift!


The LaunchBR team attended the BRAC Economic Inclusion Symposium and hosted a Vendor Connect for small business owners to connect with some of our areas largest procurers.
The 8th cohort of ULDI met this month to discuss the racial wealth gap and be provided tools to strengthen their practice of leadership.
Our investment in community change on the neighborhood level continued beyond the 10 for 10. We hosted a change camp to strengthen the work of applicants and will provide a $1,000 investment.
We attended the Black Business Block Party to support local Black businesses in Baton Rouge, discuss economic development  and be amongst our community.





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