So humbled to be a nominee for the 2017 @riceawards alongside some of Atlanta's most notable celebrities, politicians, philanthropist, and movers and shakers such as @trufoundation@realrickeysmiley@jetjonesfoundation@ceaserblackink@dryerbuzz@rallyfoundation@jezebelmagazine and so many more! Hit the link in bio to VOTE and learn more about all the amazing nominees and the awesome Rice Award Foundation
The Rising in Community Excellence Award is given to individuals who demonstrate keen awareness about community needs and step into the fray, lending a hand and making things better. These citizens have created organizations that serve in their State and abroad.
RICE Award Nominees and Honorees are innovative and charitable visionaries who recognize the importance of their presence and contribution to the community and beyond. They were selected by a panel of industry professionals, community leaders and everyday citizens. Each category is about a community leader who has used their position to develop or implement programs that have changed the face of our communities and helped people in innumerable ways.
We will be celebrating all nominees and award recipients will be identified on Saturday, September 23, 2017, 6PM at The Atlanta City Hall 55 Trinity Ave SW Atlanta, GA 30303. •
This event will be the ultimate mixer where business owners, community leaders, entertainers, politicians, celebrities, and regular citizens will come together to celebrate each other’s accomplishments and contributions and make valuable network connections. #thericeawards#thenursejulia#atlantacityhall
On this day in Phi Kappa History, Brother Sam Massell, the 53rd Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia was born in 1927, making him 90 years old today. Brother Massell served the city of Atlanta from 1970-1974 and was the city’s first Jewish mayor. He now manages a nonprofit civic organization as founding President of the Bulkhead Coalition. To Order!
Presenting a Map of Africa Autographed by all 25 fellows to Council Member Andre Dickens on behalf of my awesome cohort! #humbled
Council unanimously adopts the FY18 Budget. I was proud to cast my first "yes" vote in 8 years! All employee groups were touched in someway, particularly our lower paid employees. There is still much work to be done.