Jaylen Brown, 7uice Foundation partner with Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts

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Jaylen Brown, 7uice Foundation partner with Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts

Boston Celtics All-Star forward Jaylen Brown continues to plant roots in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with a new collaboration with one of the state’s premier educational institutions. Brown’s 7uice Foundation is planning to partner with the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

The museum recently announced the partnership with the Celtics star in a Facebook post on the museum’s page, announcing more details would be provided soon. Brown and his family visited the traveling exhibit of the official presidential portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama. According to subsequent reporting from Boardroom, the partnership will focus on the power and impact of leadership more generally.

Brown has already teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to highlight necessary structural changes in education among several other pursuits away from the court in the city of Boston and beyond.

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