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Innovations in Mentoring: Game Changers for Changing Lives

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.

Photos from the event:

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EIN number: 58-0861895

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

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