In celebration of National Mentoring Month, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBSMA) with the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, hosted a roundtable symposium entitled Innovations in Mentoring: Game Changers for Changing Lives on Friday, January 13. This dynamic conversation explored how the private, public and non-profit sectors are working together to innovate, to improve and to ensure positive futures for children and youth.
Speakers and presenters included:
David Shapiro, President and CEO, National Mentoring Partnership
Kaye Husbands Fealing, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology
Gabriel Kuperminc, Professor of Psychology, Georgia State University
James Franklin, President and CEO, TechBridge
Janis B. Kupersmidt, Ph.D., President and Senior Research Scientist, iRT
Milton J. Little, Jr., President and CEO, United Way of Greater Atlanta
Brad Bryant, Vice President, REACH Georgia
Scott D. Brown, Executive Director, Community Affairs & Youth Entrepreneurs Georgia-Pacific
Click below to view the full program, including presenter biographies, and presentations from the Symposium.