There is no competition on this journey. I'm here to leave a legacy.
When I show up, I show out. I will not be out worked.
Who is Matthew Newman?
A passionate philanthropist, marketer and serial entrepreneur, Matthew Newman is the Founder and CEO of The Brand Pillars, LLC, a 7-figure, experiential marketing staffing agency laser-focused on giving clients complete access and control to highly trained and qualified personnel. He is the Founder and CEO of All In Coworking of Inglewood, and co-founder of the tech startup, VirtualCoworking.Community, which is the world's first black-owned video conferencing platform and entrepreneurial community.
A true entrepreneur at heart, Matthew launched his first company— a natural, organic lawn maintenance company—in his early twenties. My Lawn Mower & Me has won awards for landscaping—including the Greater East Dallas Chamber's Lake & Garden Districts People's Choice Business of the Year. Alongside the lawn company, Matthew founded #FoodforCompost; an organic compost non-profit corporation that aims to help meet local and state waste reduction goals.
To many, Matthew Newman is best known for his commitment to giving back to the community. Since 2017, Matthew has hosted the Annual Christmas Bike Giveaway through his foundation, “For The Life of You Mentoring Foundation”—most recently donating 100 bikes to 4th and 5th grade students in two states and four communities: Inglewood/Watts in California, and Dallas/Fort Worth in Texas.
Matthew Newman and his various ventures have been featured on The Dallas Morning News, KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles, News 8 ABC in Dallas, KERA/NPR in Dallas, CBS News 11, Advocate Magazine, The Dallas Post Tribune, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and The Los Angeles Sentinel.
Matthew is a 3-year graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he earned his Bachelor's degree in Business Marketing. Today, he resides in Inglewood, CA with his lovely bride. He is actively engaged in community redevelopment efforts and serves on the Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors. Matthew is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.® and recently earned his Master of Arts degree in Christian Leadership from Criswell College.