Marvin Venay

executive director, Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus

An activist, husband, father of two, minister, mentor, board member and committed community member, Marvin L. Venay has served as the Director of the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus (MBLC) since early 2007. Marvin is recognized as an influential leader with innovative approaches to politics. He believes that today's politics is in need of a more radical approach to serve its true purpose. A native of Pittsburgh, PA and a Boston University alum, Marvin possesses significant experience with project management, relationship management and has a strong background in communication and sales. He has a knack for organizational development and the building of concepts from infancy to fruition. Marvin has a wide range of experience, from corporate to non-profit work. He serves on two non-profit boards and mentors several students and professionals across the country. Marvin has a heart for the world and motivates everyone to live by the motto penned by George Bernard Shaw, “Some people see things as they are and ask 'why'? I see things as they have never been and ask 'why not'?”

An activist, husband, father of two, minister, mentor, board member and committed community member, Marvin L. Venay has served as the Director of the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus (MBLC) since early 2007. Marvin is recognized as an influential leader with innovative approaches to politics. He believes that today's politics is in need of a more radical approach to serve its true purpose. A native of Pittsburgh, PA and a Boston University alum, Marvin possesses significant experience with project management, relationship management and has a strong background in communication and sales. He has a knack for organizational development and the building of concepts from infancy to fruition. Marvin has a wide range of experience, from corporate to non-profit work. He serves on two non-profit boards and mentors several students and professionals across the country. Marvin has a heart for the world and motivates everyone to live by the motto penned by George Bernard Shaw, “Some people see things as they are and ask 'why'? I see things as they have never been and ask 'why not'?”

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