As we all experienced, the spring of 2020 will forever be marked by the pandemic, inspirational movements of racial justice, workforce transformation, virtual school, and polarizing politics. These almost universal circumstances left individuals and institutions worldwide in disorienting and uncharted waters. It was a time when we all craved action and connection but grappled with the uncertainty of where to start.
Amidst this swirl of reality, Oregon-based Executive Coaching and Leadership Development firm, Building Champions, felt an undeniable call to activate. Compelled by a distinct portion of their company vision, they aspired to a future where their content, training, and methodology could be inclusively accessible and free of charge, particularly for young adults.
Driven by this vision, Building Champions CEO Daniel Harkavy, along with his Board of Advisors and notable corporate partners, mobilized. Their focus dialed in on the next generation: young adults (18+) entering their “defining decade.” Bolstered by knowing firsthand the escalating rates of depression, anxiety, addiction, school shootings, and hate crimes among young adults, they founded SetPath as an organization with an unwavering commitment to transfer purpose, hope, and direction through mentorship and life-planning to young adults.