Widely regarded as one of the most gifted, charismatic and inspirational leaders of his generation, the Rev. Markel Hutchins, embodies servant leadership. Heeding Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s call to “make a career of humanity,” Hutchins has gained a national reputation advocating for fairness and justice. Hutchins’ grassroots advocacy, charisma and compelling oratory have propelled him into the midst of iconic civil rights leaders from Coretta Scott King and Dorothy Height to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.
Rev. Markel and other young leaders launch modern colloborative for civil and human rights activism
Rev. Markel convenes
delegation of civil rights leaders for talks with Atlanta Hawks
Historic meeting of iconic and emerging civil & human rights leaders set for Feb. 15th in ATL
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Activist - Advocate
Rev. Markel Hutchins is widely known for his leadership, advocacy and activism in the best tradition of the civil rights movement.
Consultant - Communicator
Rev. Markel Hutchins is an accomplished speaker, consultant and businessman. He is Managing Principal and CEO of MRH-LLC.
Preacher - Pastor
Rev. Markel Hutchins is an anointed, ordanied Baptist minister who heads Markel Hutchins Ministries. He's been preaching since age 8.
…a young man who I believe is one of the brightest and most promising civil rights leaders to emerge in recent history. The City of Atlanta has played host to some of the most significant Black leaders of the 20th and 21st centuries and it appears as though history is repeating itself. There is no doubt in my mind that the Reverend Markel Hutchins will soon be celebrated as one of our nation’s most visible and viable public servants.
- The Hon. Shirley Franklin, first female Atlanta Mayor and first Black woman mayor of a major Southern city