Derwin Dubose is a passionate, data-driven equity warrior. Internationally recognized as a nonprofit thought leader, Derwin has raised more than $7 million for nonprofits and political campaigns engaging low-income communities, including Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and Communities in Schools. Derwin was an inaugural Sheila C. Johnson Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership and columnist for Nonprofit Quarterly. He’s guest lectured at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy and the University of Sussex in Brighton, England. Derwin is a native of Meridian, Mississippi, and was named a modern civil rights leader by the AARP. Please don’t call him on Wednesday at 9:00 PM, when Empire airs.