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1 of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc Impact Report

2 of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc.

3 History In 1963 at the height of the Civil Rights Movement, several prominent businessmen from New York banned together to solidify the cause of human rights. A group was officially formed in 1967 by J. Bruce Llewellyn. Originally called One Hundred Men, the group later changed its name to One Hundred Black Men. Then, in 1986 after nine independent chapters had been successfully organized, 100 Black Men of America, Inc. was formed as an alliance of all the chapters. Dr. William Hayling of New Jersey served as Founding President, and was installed at the first national conference which was held in Atlanta, Georgia, in May, Since 1987 an annual convention has been held in selected metropolitan areas such as St. Louis, San Francisco, Atlanta, and Nashville. Chapter representatives across the nation convene to direct organizational policy and share ideas. The Macon-Middle Georgia Chapter was chartered in June, Today, the chapter sponsors several youth-oriented projects and programs. The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. is composed of outstanding professional business leaders of the Macon-Middle Georgia African- American community who are profoundly interested in creating a better community through volunteerism. Members commit time, skills, talent, and other personal resources for the betterment of the community. Each member has a distinguished record of community service. J. Bruce Llewellyn Statement of Purpose For more than three decades, 100 Black Men chapters across the nation have touched the lives of young people. Through mentoring, education, health and wellness, and economic development programs, young people are gaining a competitive edge. With a mission to improve the quality of life of our citizens and enhance educational opportunities, our members continue to serve as a strong force for overcoming the cultural and financial obstacles that have limited the achievements of African-American youth, with a particular emphasis on young males. More than half of all new entrants into the work force will be minorities. At the same time, one half of all jobs will require a more educated work-force. If America falls behind in producing more young minority men and women for the work-force in the coming decades, America s economic ability to compete in the global marketplace will be severely compromised. 100 Black Men of America, Inc., realizes that youth today represent what our communities will be tomorrow. 1

4 Table of Contents President s Message Programs Project Reach Career Fest Step Forward Symposiums Rites of Passage Healthy Macon Initiative Board of Directors Partners & Sponsorship Fundraisers positive men with a mission... 2

5 President s Message Dear Middle Georgia Resident: 100 Black Men of Macon Middle-Georgia, Inc. is pleased to be in a position to share its community impact report with the citizen s of Middle Georgia. Since the inception of our local chapter in 1996, the focus has been on the empowerment and development of the Middle Georgia community, especially its youth. This objective is accomplished through four focus areas: mentoring, health and wellness, education, and economic development. We strive to leverage our assets to achieve positive outcomes that can be measured on an individual and community level. Core programming that we have offered during our thirteen plus year existence include: Project Reach, Career Fest, Step Forward, and annual Economic Symposiums. Our newest program offering is the Rites of Passage Youth Development Academy, that focuses on personal development for middle school boys from single female headed households. These programs would not be possible without the enthusiastic support and involvement of our individual members and community partners. Our pledge is to not be satisfied with past and current successes but to continuously challenge ourselves and the citizens of our great community to develop new and innovative ways to help Middle Georgia achieve its wonderful potential. As you read our community impact report, please use it as an opportunity for personal reflection and may it energize you to become more involved in our community! Sincerely, Tom Sands Tom Sands, President 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. We strive to leverage our assets to achieve positive outcomes that can be measured on an individual and community level. 3

6 Programs 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc., is one of the 103 community based chapters of the national organization 100 Black Men of America, Inc. Our local chapter members strive to impact and improve the lives of others, especially at-risk youth. To achieve these goals, the collective talents and resources of the membership are used to create educational and developmental projects and programs that affect the Macon-Middle Georgia community in a positive way. Georgia Power is an avid supporter of the 100 Black Men of Macon- Middle Georgia, Inc., because the 100 s mission of community stewardship and support of educational and economic development initiatives mirrors our company s motto that we are a citizen wherever we serve. - Thomas Wicker, Central Region Vice President, Georgia Power I want to commend and salute the 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. for the contributions they are making in the lives of young people in our community. They are enabling these young people to achieve the promise of their lives. They see in these young people, what is possible. They see the power in one young person to make a difference that no other person can make; that every person has the power to solve a problem that has never been solved; they have the capacity to heal wounds that have never been healed; they are able to climb mountains that have never been climbed; and they are able to make music that has never been heard. The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. are standing tall, enabling young people to stand on their shoulders, and to see farther and achieve more than they could have ever achieved alone. As we commend the leadership and work of the 100 Black Men, we should not only express our gratitude for their contributions to our community, but these gentlemen, these professionals, these business leaders deserve our support, for they are making a difference that will transform, even revolutionize the future of our community. - Dr. R. Kirby Godsey 4

7 Project Reach Project Reach College Scholarship Fund In September 1998, The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. selected a graduating 5th grade class from an inner city school and committed to providing full scholarships to all students who completed high school and enrolled in any form of postsecondary education or training at an accredited institution. In addition to providing scholarships, the organization committed to providing ongoing academic support to the students as they progressed through school. This support would be in the form of one-to-one tutoring, workshops on various topics, job shadowing, and exposure to educational institutions and cultural activities. Carissa Rutland, Wesleyan College PROJECT REACH STUDENTS Quenton Cheely, East Georgia College Stephany Hardy, Central Georgia Technical College Danny Glover, Tennessee State University Terrance Taylor, Valdosta State University Anquela Hollingsworth, Central Georgia Technical College Brandon Flowers, Fort Valley State University Rasheedah Sharif, Central Georgia Technical College LaShonda Maxwell, Macon State College Sonya Washington, Georgia State University DeAndre Gray, Central Georgia Technical College Tomira McKinney, Central Georgia Technical College Frederick McClendon, Georgia Military College Brendam Thomas, Gordon College Quindrellis Releford, Central Georgia Technical College Quinton Spivey, Reinhardt College Michael Ward, Lurleen B. Wallace College Arsenio Warren, Central Georgia Technical College The 100 Black Men of Macon- Middle Georgia, Inc., really stepped up to the plate and made a huge investment in this community when they decided to pay the cost of higher education for a fifth grade class in The potential impact in the lives of these youth and in our community is beyond measure. - Sam Hart, Chairman, Project Reach 5

8 Career Fest A dynamic recruitment event designed to expose Central Georgia students and their parents to a vast array of post secondary education opportunities and careers since Annually 80 plus colleges, universities, technical schools, and employers attend and provide admission, financial aid, and employment information to students. Career Fest, held each year in the fall, exposes Middle Georgia students to the numerous educational opportunities and career possibilities available to them after high school graduation. Various colleges, universities, technical institutes/colleges, businesses, and branches of the military represent their organizations and programs at the fair where they talk to potential students and employees. Each organization sets up an exhibit emphasizing the unique fields of study or career opportunities they offer. Parent s Night is held for parents to talk to recruiters and gather information on financial aid programs and admission requirements for educational institutions, the military, and corporate sectors. Eleventh and twelfth grade students in a twelve county area from public, private, and parochial schools are invited to attend. The Career Fest provides Middle Georgia students with exposure to hundreds of educational and career opportunities at an important juncture of their lives when they must decide on the college or career of their choice. By attending Career Fest, students and parents will have an opportunity to meet face-to-face with college recruiters and potential employers to get valuable information that would, otherwise, not be accessible to them. - Dave Carty, Chairman, Career Fest

9 Step Forward Step Forward Opportunity to Change Future Paths An innovative program developed through the National Safety Council and the FLI Learning Systems, Inc., in conjunction with Judge Gilbert and Judge Matthews and the Bibb County Department of Juvenile Justice to provide diversion assistance to juveniles. The program is a one day seminar using certified chapter members as instructors. In order to become certified our members must complete 18 hours of training. The feedback indicates the recidivism rate at less than 30% for the graduates. This is the only self-funded, volunteer program that partners with our local judicial system. Step Forward has been presented the Most Outstanding Prevention Award by the Department of Juvenile Justice. Instructors: Ronald Crear, Henry Gibbs, Keith Holmes, Joseph Lawson, Eddie Lowe, Jimmie Sammuel, Bertram Smith, and Robert L. Scott. We have served over 2,500 youth (all male) ages 10 to 17 since the program started in February, Step Forward gives first time youth offenders the opportunity to turn their life around. In other words, now that you have taken a step backwards let us show you how to take a step in the right direction. - Ron Crear and E. Keith Holmes, Chairmen, Step Forward 7

10 Symposiums Economic Development Symposiums One of the missions of 100 Black Men of Macon- Middle Georgia, Inc., is to promote economic development in the Macon and Middle Georgia area. In furtherance of this mission, in collaboration with Mercer University, 100 Black Men of Macon- Middle Georgia, Inc., presents its Economic Development Symposium with a different topic regarding economic development being selected each year Diversity in the Work-place Panelists: Ray Anderson, Vice-President and Chief Administrative Officer, Atlanta Falcons Frank McCloskey, Vice-President of Diversity and Work-place Ethics, Georgia Power Company Melanie Platt, Senior Vice-President and Chief Administrative Officer, AGL Resources Texanna Reeves, Group Manager of Work-Force Strategies and Programs, Georgia Pacific Moderator: Minyon Moore, former Chief Operating Officer, Democratic National Committee and Head of the State and Local Practice of Dewey Square. She also served as an assistant to the President and Director of White House Political Affairs under President Clinton. Keynote speaker: Frank Belotti, CEO, AFC Enterprises The Economics of Education Panelists: Dr. Thomas C. Meredith, then Board of Regent s Chancellor George M. Israel, III, President and CEO, Georgia Chamber of Commerce Stephen Dollinger, President, Georgia Partnership for Ethics and Education Paul Beasley, Director, TRIO programs, University of South Carolina Sharon Patterson, Superintendent, Bibb County Public Schools 8 Honorable Saxby Chambliss Dr. Eddy Dixon, Vice-President, Student Services, Central Georgia Technical College Moderator: Dr. Thomas G. Mortenson, Senior Scholar, Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education Remarks by the Honorable Saxby Chambliss, United States Senator, Georgia, a long-time supporter of 100 Black Men of Macon Middle Georgia, Inc. Keynote Speaker: Erroll B. Davis, Jr., Chancellor, University System of Georgia 2006 The Economics of Healthcare Panelists: Mark D. Trail, Chief, Medical Assistance Plans, Department of Community Health Kirkland McGhee, Attorney, Atlanta Don Faulk, President and CEO of Central Georgia Health Systems and the Medical Center of Central Georgia

11 Allen Golson, Chief Administrative Officer, Coliseum Health Systems Martin Dalton, Jr., Past Chairman, Department of Surgery, Mercer University School of Medicine and Chief of Surgery and Program Director of the Surgery Residency, Medical Center of Central Georgia Moderator: Hewitt Matthews, Vice-President, Health Services and Dean, Southern School of Pharmacy, Mercer University Keynote speaker: Dr. Garth Graham, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Minority Health, United States Department of Health and Human Services 2007 The Politics of Healthcare Panelists: Saxby Chambliss, United States Senator, Georgia Jim Marshall, United States Representative, Georgia Georgia State Representative Mickey Channell Georgia State Representative David Lucas Judge Marvin S. Arrington Keynote speaker: Otis L. Story, Sr., then President and CEO, Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta 2008 The Economics of Crime Dr. Garth Graham Panelists: Albert Murray, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice James E. Donald, Commissioner, Prison System Mr. Edward Ruffin, Clinical Director, River Edge Judge Martha C. Christian, Superior Court Gary Hutchins, Sheriff, Jefferson County, Georgia Howard Simms, District Attorney, Macon, Georgia Moderater: Dr. Volkan Topalli, Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Georgia State University Keynote speaker: Judge Marvin S. Arrington, Fulton County Superior Court, Georgia 9

12 Rites of Passage Rites of Passage Youth development academy The purpose of this program is to expose selected teenage boys from single-parent households to an array of cultural, academic, and life-coping skills and activities designed to enhance their self awareness; provide a vehicle for understanding and appreciation of their heritage; present skills for responsible and gentlemanly conduct during their interaction with members of the opposite sex; and develop a mindset and desire to become responsible and contributing members to the community at large. Targeted Activities: Improve academic performance Increase health and fitness knowledge Increase financial intelligence Increase community involvement Enhance self-confidence and esteem We want kids to see a group of black men who are working hard every day, staying out of trouble and giving something back to the community. - Virgil Adams, Member, 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc. 10

13 Healthy Macon Initiative Unnatural Causes: Is Inequity Making Us Sick? The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia, Inc., with its partners 100 Black Men of America, Inc., and the National Minority Consortia campaign to deal with the unnatural causes of health disparities and inequalities of health care in Middle Georgia and the nation. The central purposes of these endeavors are to draw attention to root causes of illness in our communities and to help reframe the health debate in Middle Georgia. Economic and racial inequalities are not abstract concepts; they hospitalize and kill more people than cigarettes. Our focus shall be in three main areas: Educate: Raise awareness about the extent and cost of health inequities, list and tract root causes to inequities, and demonstrate that it doesn t have to always be this way. Organize: We hope to get the community involved and eager for change by building alliances with other organizations such as churches, synagogues, mosque, sororities, fraternities, and other out reach community and religious based programs. Advocate: Use our resources, talents, and skills to bring new and creative community based initiatives such as Healthy Food Cook Off, My Neighborhood Can Out Walk Your Neighborhood, and So Fresh and So Clean Month (a community wide program about eating fresh unprocessed foods). 11

14 Board of Directors BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr. Virgil L. Adams Senior Partner Adams, Jordan & Treadwell, P.c. Attorneys at Law Mr. John Bradley, IV Manager Data Solutions Verizon Wireless Mr. Dave L. Carty Progressive Consulting Chief Operating Officer Mr. David A. Danzie, Jr. Vice President Sr. Commercial Lender/Manager Commercial Lending - Macon Mr. Ulysses Ford, III President SDC Consulting Mr. Henry Gibbs Office Director Sandra H. Gibbs M.D. Mr. Samuel F. Hart, Sr. Executive Director Middle Georgia Center for Academic Excellence Mr. Eric Keith Holmes Sr. Insurance Agent Metropolitan Life Insurance Co Mr. Tim Jones Program Director Georgia Department of Revenue Mr. Eddie R. Lowe, Jr. Retired Coca Cola Bottling Co. Mr. Alonza Moore Contract Coordinator Georgia Power Mr. Billy Pitts Owner/ President /CEO The Mutual Group Mr. Jimmie Samuel Executive Director Macon Bibb EOC Mr. Tom Sands, Jr. Vice President The Medical Center of Central Georgia Mr. Clifford D. Whitby Chief Executive Office Double U Business Development Ctr. MEMBERS Mr. Albert J. Abrams Mr. Connie Cater Mr. Sheddrick Clark Mr. Isaac J. Culver, III Dr. Christian M. Ezekwueche Mr. Morgan Fisher Mr. Terrance Fluker Mr. E. G. Foster Mr. Andrew Andy L. Galloway Mr. Donnie Glover, Sr. Mr. Carl Jackson Mr. Adrian M. Johnson Mr. Freeman Lester Mr. Nathan L. Lewis Mr. Tyrone Lewis Mr. David E. Lucas Mr. Marshall Mabry Mr. Waldo R. Moody Mr. Elijah Morgan Mr. Daniel Morton Mr. Dion Moten Mr. John Newson Mr. Kerwyn Phillip Mr. Rudell Richardson Mr. Ecleamus L. Ricks Mr. Bruce Riggins Mr. Christopher Robinson Mr. Alveno Ross Mr. Robert L. Scott Mr. Wade W. Scott Dr. Jackson B. Sheftall Mr. George E. Smith, Jr. Mr. Shawn Stafford Mr. Andy Stroud Mr. Lariel Toomer ETERNAL MEMBERS Dr. D. T. Walton Mr. Kenneth Ron Kelsey Dr. Thomas Madison 12

15 Partners & Sponsors The Medical Center of Central Georgia Riverside 13

16 Fundraisers Le Cabaret... Golf 14

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