Page 6A • May 8-14, 2009 ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE The Insider Events Around Town Having an event? Contact photographer Byron Small at firstname.lastname@example.org President’s Breakfast 100 Black Men of Atlanta Inc. held its President’s Breakfast stakeholders and community briefing on April 30 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. On hand were past presidents of the 100 including, from left, Bernard Porche, Tommy Dortch, William “Sonny” Walker, Robert Haley and Curley Dossman. Athlete of the Year PHOTOS/BYRON E. SMALL The AAG Foundation, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower athletes to impact communities, held its inaugural Athlete of the Year Charity Weekend events from April 30 through May 2. On hand were, from left, Reggie Howard, president of the AAG Foundation; Michael Stone, CEO and co-founder of Allied Athlete Group; and Ovie Mughelli of the Atlanta Falcons. Central Atlanta Progress President A.J. Robinson, left, and John Grant, CEO of 100 Black Men of Atlanta. AAG Foundation board member Julius Milton Jones, left, Georgia president of Bank of “Dr. J” Erving, from left; Bill Lester, John Hammond, CEO of 100 Black Men of America and president and chairman of 100 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver; America Inc., left, and Erroll B. Davis Jr., Black Men of Atlanta, and CNN news anchor and Darnell Sutton, partner with chancellor of the University System of Georgia. T.J. Holmes, emcee of the breakfast. Celebrity Golf Club International. Building bridges Debra Kline, co- founder, president The J. Mack Robinson College of and CEO of Business and Atlanta Business BusinessWise, Chronicle hosted the 11th annual left, and Georgia Women’s Leadership Forum on Secretary of State May 1 at Cobb Galleria Centre. Karen Handel, a keynote speaker at On hand were, from left, Louise the event. Scott, director of the Customer Care Center at Georgia Power Co.; Sandy Allred, senior director of organizational effectiveness at McKesson Corp.; and Helene Becky Blalock, senior vice president and Lollis, partner and president of Roberta Byrum, chief chief information officer of Southern Pathbuilders Inc. operating officer of the Co., left, and Lily Winsaft, president of Arthritis Foundation, Aldebaran Associates International. left, and Beverly Langford of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, co- director of the Women’s Leadership Forum. Karen Greager, regional vice president of Belk Inc., from left; Angela Raub, director of corporate relations, professional and executive development at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University; Erinn Keserica, Tedra Cheatham, chief operating officer and director of marketing at Frazier & Deeter; Angela vice president of economic development Strickland, manager of marketing regulatory for the Greater North Fulton Chamber of affairs at Georgia Power Co.; and Kim Magee, Commerce, from left; Kathleen Oswald, vice human resources director for transformational president of Kreisler Associates; and Cobie productivity at The Coca-Cola Co. Langerak, president of Triaxia Partners. Atlanta Business Chronicle welcomes timely photos of significant local business events for The Insider. These can be e-mailed to email@example.com. All submissions become the property of Atlanta Business Chronicle and will not be returned. Submissions may be edited and may be published or otherwise used in any medium.
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