Teaching Children to be Resilient, Have Grit & Accept Defeat by Coach Teia & Damian Dalcour
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Teia Jones is excited to have Damian Dalcour 46, as her podcast co-host. Damian is an experienced and distinguished entrepreneur and community advocate who recently decided to share his lifelong experience with Teia Jones with efforts of changing the dynamics of toxic families and relationships. He started writing a book about his life years ago, but due to poor typing skills he decided to just voice it through the podcast.
For the last several months Damian has been trusted with offering outstanding assistance along with leadership insight based off negative characteristics which led to positive growth.
Dalcour, has contributed his time to many organization such as the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), The City of Forest Hill City Council 2 terms (2008-2012), City of Forest Hill Commissioner of Zoning and Planning, South Tarrant Chamber of Commerce, Texas Municipal League (TML), Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Incorporated, Texas Association of Black City Council Members (TABCCM), National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) and IAM (International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers) to name a few. Damian is also the President of E3 which is a new non-profit that he and some of his co-workers established to make a difference with helping the homeless and veterans in Fort Worth, Texas.
Throughout his career, Dalcour has held leadership positions in various capacities with the US Navy, US Army Corp of Engineers, Prairie View A&M University, FEMA, Tarrant County College and the Fort Worth & Western Railroad. Damian currently is employed by the Department of Defense where he and his team focuses on flight controls and structural integration.
Damian is currently enrolled in the Master of Engineering Technical Management (METM) class of 2022 Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. He Holds a Master of Community Development (2006) and a Bachelor of Architecture / Structural Engineering (2001) from Prairie View A&M University.
He resides in Texas.