Ronald Norwood is a rising leader with a demonstrated history of working in non-profit community development, youth capacity building and the social planning sectors. As a burgeoning young leader in Detroit, he is committed to a holistic neighborhood approach that enriches and strengthens resident’s capacity in the city. It is an honor for Ronald to promote the economic and upward mobility of Detroiters with his work. In the past year, he has embarked on a new endeavor to start his own business. He has taken the liberty to expose the world to Detroit through the lens of art, culture and social awareness on bikes and he began to get involved with the Live6 organization on community development in the Livernois and 6 mile community of Fitzgerald. They are cultivating the next vanguard of leadership by engaging the youth with activities that will allow them to become an asset.
Updated October 2019
More from Ronald Norwood
Bellevue Detroit Project: transforming industrial site to a community place
As part of his Humanity in Action Professional Fellowship, Ronald Norwood is currently working on the Bellevue Detroit project.
Announcing the Detroit Community Development Fellows
We are delighted to announce the four 2020 Detroit Community Development Fellows! Two Fellows each will be working for the Tuxedo Project and Zachary & Associates.
Humanity in Action Announces the 2019 Detroit Fellows
Humanity in Action is pleased to announce the participants in the 2019 Detroit Fellowship. Participants include 14 new members to the Humanity in Action network and six Senior Fellows.