Columbia's top ten Black leaders include this self-starter
It's a self-starter model that looks around the community asking, "how can we make it better, and what can I do to lead the effort?"
It's also decidedly modern, making ample use of digital and social media, as Byndom's 5,000 Facebook friends
-- the Facebook maximum -- would likely attest.
is unafraid to ask hard questions about the state of Black Columbia today, and openly wonder why, as many things have changed for the better, many things are still the same or even worse.
At the same time, his proactive attitude led Missourian columnist David Rosman to say
, "Tyree Byndom is an amazing man. Father and husband, business owner and community activist, he is someone I look up to."