what people are saying


The MVMT hike was an exceptional opportunity to connect with extraordinary individuals who share the desire of a deeper understanding of themselves and their community.
— Brian Wallace, CEO of Wallace Integration
My hike with Intentional MVMT was a chance for me to reconnect to my purpose and passion, to at least get back to a physical space where I can ask myself the important questions that help me stay driven and focused to do good work and be an advocate for children. It was an opportunity to meet inspiring people...Thank you Jon for your leadership, your vision, and the chance to move and be moved.
— Shivani Mehta, MD, MPH
The intentional execution of details during this hiking experience allowed for authentic connections...The powerful questions from the guide and participants created the foundation for me to be vulnerable and courageous.
— Keima Davis, West Charlotte High School, Communities in Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Inc.
My experience during the hike up Stone Mountain was invigorating. I was struck by my own level of vulnerability in doing something outside my comfort zone, while also rising to the challenge. The conversations and reflections about my life and habits, while taking in the natural landscape was a combination that kept me feeling refreshed long afterwards. I haven’t felt that good in awhile.
— James Ford, Filling the Gap Education Consulting LLC, Leading on Opportunity Council
Going through the Intentional MVMT course was an incredible experience. I started at the base of Stone Mountain with 15 strangers. A few hours later, I came away with 15 new friends having experienced the fellowship of the trail under Jon’s skillful guidance. This is a one-of-a-kind experience that makes connections and fast tracks the establishment of lasting relationships. What individual or organization doesn’t want and benefit from these outcomes?
— Steve Drye, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Principal
As a first-time hiker, I was intimidated, but the team was amazing the entire way up.. Beyond the health benefits of the walk itself, we each discovered how much more we are alike than different, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender or income, and that our differences are immaterial to who we truly are. It was a profound experience and one that I will never forget.
— Tara Hammons, Youth Development and Leadership Professional