Evidence Unseen: Finding the Faith to Overcome is an exhibition of how an African American man successfully navigated the highs and lows of life in America. Frank Clay Jr.’s memoir tells his life’s story of overcoming challenges personally, corporately, racially, and more.
Clay shares intimate details of his life that include growing up in Philly in the 1960s in the midst of gang life, learning tough lessons while navigating adulthood through college, serving his country, and tackling career challenges in both corporate America and entrepreneurship. Throughout his narrative, Clay’s story of perseverance and determination reminds others—especially African
American males—that they too can rely on their faith and grit to put the past behind them, triumph over obstacles, create a loving family unit, and ultimately realize a divine purpose. This inspiring memoir captures the essence of a man’s journey from childhood to manhood as he overcame adversity and challenges to attain the American dream.
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About the Author
Frank Clay Jr. is a U.S. Army veteran, entrepreneur, and the founder and principal of 2020 Solutions Inc. He is also a speaker and executive coach who holds a BS in business administration and a MBA in business management. Clay and his wife, Joy, live in Overland Park, Kansas, and have two children and six grandchildren. This is his fourth book.