In January of 2015, Aaron McGee was selected as Executive Director of the Youth Life Foundation of Tennessee, Inc. In this role, McGee oversees the non-profit’s day-to-day operations, implements short- and long-term development strategies, and ensures programming delivers on excellence in academics, character building and commitment to community service. Aaron holds a B.S. degree in Speech Communication from Tennessee State University, and is a 2016 graduate from the College of Leadership and Public Service with his Master of Arts in Civic Leadership from Lipscomb University.
Aaron’s master's project titled “King 2 King” is still growing and implementing initiatives within the Nashville community to a target audience of men ages 18 - 40. His most recent projects are the “King 2 King Storytellers Series” and “King 2 King Presents, Daddy’s Home: A Tribute to Fatherhood."
The King 2 King Storytellers Series is a live event showcasing stories read by the men who authored them, related to lessons learned on what it means to be a man. This series is presented to give men (youth and seasoned) insight for developing the character and identity necessary to sustain a lifestyle of “Authentic Manhood.” (Release Date: Fall 2017)
Daddy’s Home is a series of video interviews featuring fathers from Nashville and surrounding Middle Tennessee areas. The purpose is to highlight the strength, love, and importance of fathering throughout the various stages of a child’s life. Through this project, King 2 King seeks to give the community an inside look into a “father’s heart.” (Release Date: Summer 2017)