Napoleon is the Founder and Executive Director of the Ambassador Counseling & Resource Group (ACRG), an organization dedicated to providing our youth, families, and professionals with proficient counseling services and practical guidance to improve their quality of life, as well as, their idea of personal success. In 2002, he was awarded the Human Relations Award, one of three top honors at the Oakland University. In the spring of 2011 and 2015, he was a guest alumni speaker at Oakland University’s commencement exercises for the Masters and PHD candidates. In 2012 he was awarded the Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award from Baker College, for his academic and professional contributions to his colleagues and the undergraduate student body.
Growing up in a single parent home inspired him to develop his counseling, speaking and facilitation skills, in order to empower youth and families facing the inherent challenges of a broken family structure. He’s had several television talk-show appearances and been featured as a radio guest a variety of times to discuss counseling topics. He has presented countless workshops and seminars ranging from; men’s personal challenges, to healthy relationships, to building conflict resolution and decision making in youth. He has a passion for people and has made it his mission to cultivate optimum mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of those he comes in contact with.
Napoleon lives in Auburn Hills with his college sweetheart and wife, Faith.