Earl Anthony Cooper: A Proud and Accomplished Young Man Dreaming Big


Exclusive Interview by Black Men In America.com

Earl Anthony Cooper is an impressive young man.  Raised in Wilmington, Delaware, Cooper came to my attention through my friend Mike Stewart, Sr.  Cooper is a graduate of Morehouse College, (Class of 2011), where he earned a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Science with a concentration in Philosophy.  In addition, Cooper was Vice–President of The Next American Great Poet, where he was involved in mentoring local Atlanta high school students on the importance of literature and poetry–all at the tender age of 22.

Cooper was the first black All-State golfer for the state of Delaware.  He was awarded a golf scholarship to play for Morehouse College’s golf team where he led the college to their first Division II National Championship in 2010.

Cooper wrote a children’s book called “Hello, Maroon Tiger! The book is available at all major online retailers.

We caught up with Earl Cooper over the holidays where he joined us for lunch at a local Washington, DC area restaurant.  You can watch our exclusive interview with Earl below.

You can contact Earl directly at eac5469@gmail.com.  You can also visit his official web site at www.earldreambig.com.

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4 Responses to “Earl Anthony Cooper: A Proud and Accomplished Young Man Dreaming Big”

  1. Gary very good interview with Earl Cooper. I will forward this to a couple of my buddies who think they can play golf.
    Uncle James

  2. Very encouraging young man!

  3. Michelle Welch Says:

    I have to say that I am proud to call Earl a friend of mine! I am very glad that Bob and I were able to help make Earl’s time at PGA Village a little more comfortable. Love to see his smiling face in the proshop! I am very impressed with everything about you! Good luck Earl!!!

  4. Bill Lartigue Says:

    Earl is a hero of mine and i have him by 20 years…Very focused and I know he will find a way to be successful in the business of golf

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