Amos Winbush III: New Orleans, Louisiana on Secret Millionaire August 25, 2013

  • By Jason Leung

It was 2005 when Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, leaving a wake of destruction in her path. With so many local residents still recovering from the storm, Amos Winbush III travels back to his home state with a mission to find deserving people and organizations in need. During his week-long visit, he meets a number of grass-roots organizations that touch and move him in amazing ways, including: St. Paul's Homecoming Center, a non-profit that is dedicated to restoring and rebuilding the homes of displaced residents; Hope United Church & Community Center; and A's and Aces, a program that works with children and focuses on improving literacy, teaching positive behavior and citizenship all while promoting healthy living through the game of tennis. Amos also meets some strong and determined local residents who change his life in a number of ways. After a week of getting to know these people and organizations, he shares the surprise of a lifetime with them, on "Secret Millionaire" SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 (Special time 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
 

Amos Winbush III is the CEO and founder of CyberSynchs, a multi-million dollar technology firm that specializes in universal data transfer and synchronization. Frustrated when his iPhone crashed, Amos turned a problem and a $250 investment into a company with global reach. He is committed to making a difference and regularly donates resources and technology to schools nationwide. Amos is also on the boards of companies including The New York Urban League, The United States Congressional Awards and The New York Business Development Corporation. In addition he speaks frequently to organizations like Project Enterprise, which works to promote social change.










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