Hilary Bumm, Hope-Beckham, Inc.
(Black PR Wire) The 100 Black Men of Atlanta recently launched its 'Brother to Brother' Season 1. Hosted by Louis Negron, the series showcases members who are not only esteemed business leaders but also passionate about serving the community. The first season features men from different classes and generations of the organization, all dedicated to supporting the youth of the Atlanta community.
- Dr. Willie H. Clemons, Retired Executive Director at Morehouse School of Medicine and Author
- Milton Jones, Founding Member at Peachtree Providence Partners
- Ryan Wilson, Co-Founder of The Gathering Spots
- James “Jay” Bailey, President and CEO at H.J. Russell Innovations Center for Entrepreneurs
- Clyde E. Mize, Jr., Partner at Goggans, Stutzman, Hudson, Wilson & Mize, LLP
Produced by Lloyd Media Group, these inspiring stories may be found here: https://buff.ly/48OAnJb
The vision of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is to become the city’s strongest, most self-reliant African American volunteer organization focused on education, enrichment and empowerment. A non-profit organization, The 100 provides college preparatory services and mentorship to at-risk Atlanta youth. Civic-minded members dedicate their time and talent as mentors to help boys and girls break the cycles of poverty, under-achievement and violence that plague their communities, thus enabling them to seek their highest potential. Since its inception in 1986, 100% of the students who complete Project Success, the organization’s flagship program, have graduated from high school and 80% have graduated from college in four years, far outpacing the national averages. Project Success is a nationally recognized post-secondary preparation, tuition assistance, and mentoring program for Atlanta Public Schools (APS) students whereby the 100 Black Men of Atlanta provides tuition-assistance scholarships for all Project Success students who graduate from high school. For more info: https://100blackmen-atlanta.org.