Max Opus Round (MOR) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization founded in 2013 and established in 2016. We are a hybrid creative circle that contributes to the sustainable development of humanity.
Founder & CEO
At Max Opus Round, Maxine is working to build an organization that contributes to the sustainable development of humanity through: creativity, education, and leadership for young people in underrepresented communities.
RESPECT: We honor each person’s right to individuality and will not tolerate behavior that diminishes the worth of another. We place immense importance on mutual respect, which is demonstrated through a greater understanding of self-love first and then to others.
We support the development of a new generation of thought leaders who by virtue of their deep understanding of the importance of creativity, education and leadership will be able to stand for something higher than themselves. Our idea comes from an attitude of progression through literature and art, which imparts: discipline, confidence, character, passion, and purpose. We adhere to this principle with a focus on four core values:
We address the literacy gap and motivate the creative minds of minority youths in underrepresented communities. Our framework is centered on three objectives: creativity, education, and leadership.
We intend to supplement education, reinforce creativity, build and strengthen communities.
LOVE: Honesty is important in building a solid foundation in any relationship which in turns opens the door for love to flow. We encourage our scholars, staff, parents and community partners to engage in honesty and love. Our circle provides a caring and supportive environment to demonstrate compassion.
INTEGRITY: We approach our work with consistency in the values, beliefs, and principles we uphold. We are driven to do our best work with accountability for the roles we play and the impact we have on our members and the community.
EXCELLENCE: In pursuit of excellence, we will diligently seek to fulfill our mission and vision through high standards and a culture of inclusion. Our scholars are expected to work hard to achieve academic and personal excellence to improve their life outcomes.