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  • Eric D. Capehart, MBA

    Mental Health Professional


    "Helping you move from where you are to where you want to be."

  • Professional Profile


    The Ross Behavioral Group

    Eric is currently seeing clients at the Ross Behavioral Group in Nashville, Tn.


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    Expert Mentor


    As an expert in the field of mentorship Eric helps organizations create and sustain a culture of mentorship. Eric has created a high quality Mentor 101 Training for organizations that want to cultivate a culture of mentorship. Eric has worked with non-profits and other government agencies such as the Metro Nashville Public School system training their top level staff as they launched their Mentoring Pilot Initiative.


    All The King's Men Mentoring Organization

    In 2007 Eric founded All The King's Men Mentorship Organization. The mission was, and still is to reduce the likelihood that a black male youth ever comes into contact with the Juvenile court system. With an unofficial membership over 500 boys, All The King's Men is still operating to this day. Check out the video to learn why Eric believes mentorship lasts forever.



    Business Professor

    Tennessee State University

    In this unique way to give back to his Alma Mater Eric serves on the faculty at Tennessee State University as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Business.

  • Speaker & Trainer

    If you are looking for a speaker or panelist for your event send us a message and let us know that you're interested in booking Eric.

  • All The King's Men Mentoring Organization

    Are you interested in starting an All The King's Men Mentoring Club at your school, church or community center? If you are ready just your drop name and email below and we'll be in touch, but first check out this highlight video from one of our clubs in Nashville, TN.

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