About E Hoskins
Elliott Hoskins grew up in Elizabeth City North Carolina, one of five children to the late Earl and Gertrude Hoskins. Elliott was taught the importance of an honest day's work at an early age.
Because of that work effort being instilled in him Elliott help found the North Carolina Gang Investigation Association, where he serves as Vice President. His expertise in the area of Gang Culture has led to guest speaking engagements before the State Legislature, on the Nationally Syndicated “Russ Parr Morning Radio Show,” WRAL's Questions and Answers Form, and Public Television's Black Issues Form, as a part of a panel addressing the dangers of gangs in the black community. Elliott's work in gang prevention earned him the “Shining Star Award” from the Youth Service Bureau in Warren County, North Carolina.
When Elliott founded EH Incorporated, he had a goal in mind. TEACH, ENCOURAGE, and INSPIRE youth and young adults to make healthy life choices and live more productive lives. Some of the organization's ways of promoting this message has been through Books, Motivational Speaking, and the “Let’s Talk Real Life” Radio Show.
"Let's Talk Real Life" first aired for one hour every Saturday morning on WBXB 100.1 FM, which broadcasts out of Edenton, North Carolina. Since that time, the show has expanded its outreach to a broader audience, and now airs weekly on the World Wide Web, and on Sunday’s on WGAI 560 AM.
In addition to starting and hosting the "Let's Talk Real Life" radio show, Elliott has authored a Christian Education book titled, “The Equipped Servant; Prepared to Serve”.