122. Meet the Hosts - Lt. Wayland Cubit from FACT Mentoring
You Can Mentor
You know Stephen. You know Zach. But how much do you really know about our other hosts? This week, our featured host is Lt. Wayland Cubit from FACT Mentoring. Join us as Stephen and Lt. Cubit discuss how FACT Mentoring started, why he's passionate about mentoring, and how a horse played a role in his first mentoring experience.Find out more about FACT Mentoring:FACT MentoringPurchase the You Can Mentor book: You Can Mentor: How to Impact Your Community, Fulfill the Great Commission, and Break Generational Cursesyoucanmentor.com
Hi Dreamers and Doers! We believe you are NEVER too young to be a dreamer and NEVER too young to do your dream. This week's episode is with Lt.Wayland Cubit. Lt. Wayland started his law enforcement career in 1996. He studied Criminal Justice Administration at the University of Oklahoma, Police Science at Oklahoma State, and Family Studies at Southern Nazarene. He has a passion for serving youth in at-risk communities. He established the Family Awareness and Community Teamwork (FACT), which is a youth outreach program focusing on mentorship, building character, and empowering at-risk youth. The program reduced juvenile delinquency and involvement with the criminal justice system and earned him the title of Master Mentor. He volunteers as a facilitator and trainer of Effective Police Interactions with Youth.Key Takeaways:- Stick to the game plan- Keep caring no matter what- Add value to people and the communityFor more, visit our shownotes at https://loveworksleadership.blog/2021/08/23/episode-73-love-works-with-lt-wayland-cubit/
Lean in an listen as Pastors Zach and Jon discuss race, racism, and reconciliation hope with Lieutenant Wayland Cubit of the OCPD and founder of the FACT mentoring program for urban youth. Let us know what you think! "How To Build Bridges Over Your Bias" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U5JOIx-XqI https://www.okc.gov/departments/police/community-programs/fact --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unafraidpod/message
Lean in an listen as Pastors Zach and Jon discuss race, racism, and reconciliation hope with Lieutenant Wayland Cubit of the OCPD and founder of the FACT mentoring program for urban youth. Let us know what you think! // "How To Build Bridges Over Your Bias" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U5JOIx-XqI
I enjoyed my Go Win Conversation with Wayland Cubit for Sheriff . We talk about community, mentoring, George Floyd and more.https://youtu.be/ghPfFr-gfKU--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/headycoleman/support
Season 1 - Emergency Episode - Alex Jun & Wayland Cubit - Race, George Floyd, & Church
I Heart PCA - the Podcast
We bumped this episode up because we didn't want it to have to wait. Alexander Jun is a Korean-American PCA elder professor former moderator author. Wayland Cubit is a Black Baptist OKC police officer candidate for Sheriff for Oklahoma County. We discuss current events regarding George Floyd, and we go back to LA and Rodney King, pulling it all together for today. We end up talking a little football of course.
113 Fighting Gang Violence with Love featuring Wayland Cubit
Guest: Wayland Cubit Topics Covered: Gang violence, drug use, race relations, community outreach, the importance of using relationships as an intervention, Mentoring at-risk-youth, and an amazing adoption story. Wayland Cubit pioneered and developed a one-of-a-kind mentoring program in the heart of Oklahoma City called FACT mentoring. Wayland Cubit is a Lieutenant for the OKC Police... The post 113 Fighting Gang Violence with Love featuring Wayland Cubit appeared first on Mentored Podcast.
Ep. 40: Special Guests-Roy Williams, PJ Mills, Rufus Alexander, Lt. Wayland Cubit, & Lt. Jermaine Johnson
This week, J.D. Runnels is joined by fellow Sooner legends Superman Roy Williams, PJ Mills, and Rufus Alexander at the Eastside Community Center in Oklahoma City to discuss some of the recent controversies in Oklahoma and at the University of Oklahoma, regarding the use of racist language, their experiences when they were on campus and the culture shock of coming to Oklahoma. We hear their thoughts on the current state of affairs at OU, the football team, and the culture around the campus. Plus, the guys answer questions submitted by the fans! J.d. also sits down with Lt. Wayland Cubit (cubitforsheriff.com) and Lt. Jermaine Johnson to talk about their careers in law enforcement, mentoring the youth of Oklahoma City at the Eastside Community Center, their favorite characters and episodes of The Wire and much more!
Wayland Cubit - Navigating Relationships with Youth and Race
SALLT Leadership Podcast
Youth and Race. These are two hot buttons for a lot of people. Wayland Cubit shares unique perspective as an African-American Police Officer. Wayland Cubit is a father, mentor, and a solution bringer. In the first of four episodes celebrating Black History month with Oklahoma City, Wes sits down with Wayland to better understand how we can all grow in our relationships with youth and race. What would it look like for us to build bridges to the next generation, and build bridges across racial divides?