2021 Annual Report - 21st Century Leaders

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2021 Annual Report

2021 ANNUAL REPORT 21st Century Leaders’ strength and distinction lie in the engagement of business leaders as volunteers, retooling corporate leadership training for our programs, and an unyielding commitment to the power of diversity. Throughout our history, 21st Century Leaders has connected thousands of Georgia youth, business professionals, and volunteers for one purpose–to inspire the next generation of leaders to lead our businesses and our communities.

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LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR The commitment from our supporters and our diligence in executing our programs, even virtually, while launching new initiatives, resulted in a new partnership with Science ATL that helped expand our school-based 21CLubs from 14 to 21 clubs. · We launched STEM + 21CLubs in five high schools across five counties in Georgia, impacting 100 new students. · Utilizing each organization’s strengths and resources, we are building a new STEM module that will be housed in our online learning platform, Leadership Connect. That curriculum will serve over 1,000 students–doubling the student enrollment over last year. · WarnerMedia Institute for Future Leaders was expanded to include students from Los Angeles and New York City, serving students outside of Georgia for the first time in our organization’s history. Our commitment and focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion wasn’t new to 2021 programming, but has been woven into all that we are since we were founded in 1989. As an organization, we are proud of that 30+ year commitment, impact, and the change our young leaders and alumni are making in their schools, community, and ultimately the workforce.


With 2021 proving to be another challenging year mentally, emotionally, and financially for so many of us (individually and organizationally), I can’t help but reflect on how grateful we are to be here. We didn’t just make it through 2021, we saw a deeper commitment to our work than ever before. Our board, staff, donors, and volunteers made the very intentional choice to show up and lean in to our students’ needs and our mission.

“Due to 21st Century Leaders, I have a completely different understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion and will use this new understanding to be a better leader,” said student Emma Lindenmayer from Rome High School in Rome, Georgia. Emma’s reflection truly embodies the impact and importance our programs are providing to high school students and the necessary skills our young leaders should be equipped with. Our students have shown us just how important the opportunity to explore career fields is, as well as the connection to, and conversation with, diverse peers and professionals.

41% of students reported that attending the 21CL program was their first time interacting with peers outside of their geographic area

I’m always blown away by those statistics as it reminds us how imperative representation is for so many of our young people. The earlier we can expose students to the importance of leveraging diversity and being resourceful, passionate, forward-thinking, serviceoriented leaders, the more successful and empathetic leaders they will become. As you’ll see in this report, we simply could not do the work without you. As we know, leaders aren’t born–they’re nurtured, cultivated, and exposed to the opportunities and skills needed for today and tomorrow. You are making the difference. The impact and outcomes are evident. Thank you for going on this journey with us. We can’t wait to see what 2022 brings. Sincerely,

Kate Hewitt Executive Director

40% of students reported that an experience with volunteers at a 21CL program included their first time seeing someone successful who looks like them in a career or position that they are interested in

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Letter from the Director


Board of Directors


Our Mission and Values


Overall Student Numbers


School Year Programs


Summer Programs


Student Feature: In Memoriam


Special Events








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2020-2021 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Matt Johnson, Board Chairman Principal | KPMG Katelyn Fredericks, Board Secretary Partner | Nelson, Mullins, Riley & Scarborough, LLP Maria Flores Blackburn, CPA, Board Treasurer, 21CL Alumni Tax Accountant | Southern Company Chris Caldwell Vice President of Power Delivery | Georgia Power Steve Cave Financial Executive Arjun Chowdri Chief Innovation Officer | PGA of America

Dr. Corey Dortch, 21CL Alumni Assistant Dean of Evening MBA Programs | Emory University, Goizueta Business School Martin Fleischmann Chief Client Officer | Response Media Hector Gallardo VP of National Account Sales | The Coca-Cola Company Bridges Holmes Vice President, Diversity, Inclusion & Social Responsibility | The Adecco Group Okema Jackson Vice President of Marketing and Brand Operations for TBS, TNT, truTV and HBO Max |WarnerMedia

JP James Chairman | Libreum International Jon Neff Co-Founder & COO | Hire Dynamics DeRetta Cole Rhodes, Ph.D. EVP/ Chief People Capitol Officer | Atlanta Braves Scott Riggs COO | White Cap Patrick Solomon Co-Founder | The Collective 180 Steven Staes COO & General Counsel | K&G Fashion Superstore Michael White Senior Director, HRBP | Cox Operations

ADVISORY COUNCIL Kathy Solley, Chair Partner | Nelson, Mullins, Riley & Scarborough, LLP

Tyrone Johnson Operating Partner | Trive Capital

Dennis Adamovich Former CEO | Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame, Retired

Ellen Lindemann Assistant Director | Lekotek GA

Art Evans Sr. Director of Talent Management | Atlanta Braves


Rosalynne Price Sr. Manager of Diversity | Cox Enterprises, Retired

Kevin Sessions President | TalentQuest Mike Szalkowski Chief Financial Officer | The Zalik Family Office

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Our Junior Board is comprised solely of 21st Century Leaders alumni: Chance Mack, Junior Board Chair Sales Executive | CrossCountry Consulting, Founder | Unforgettable Soles

Michael Lee Jr. Senior Director, Brand Communications | Metro Atlanta Chamber

Lauren Flanigan, Junior Board Vice Chair, Sr. Brand Manager of Oreo | Mondelez International

Josephine Obiofuma Owner | Nkechi Collection, Law Student | Emory University Law School

Erin Lightfoot Robinson, MBA, Junior Board Secretary, Senior Strategy Consultant | Accenture Peyton Callanan Marketing Manager | Visit Sandy Springs Sara Dada Director of Implementation Research & Education | Vayu Global Health Kiah Davis Operations Transformation Leader | Equifax Bridget Gorta Digital Operations & Transformation Scrum Master | Delta

Brandon Ona Business Services Director | Technical College System of Georgia Kalin Tate Sponsorship & Partnership Management | National Football League Tavari Turner Director of Grants & Special Initiatives | Boys & Girls Club of Chattahoochee Valley, Inc. Alfonzo Washington Teacher | Henry County School District

Taylor Benford Green, MBA Mergers & Acquisitions | IBM Cristy Jones Doctoral Student | University of Georgia


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OUR MISSION 21st Century Leaders (21CL) is a non-profit organization that connects, transforms, and inspires high school students across Georgia to leverage diversity, explore career opportunities and lead in their schools, communities, and ultimately the workforce.



167 Days of live or virtual programs

(not including Leadership Connect which provides access year round with more than 77 hours of content)

Resourcefulness Passionate Leverages Diversity Service-Oriented Forward-Thinking


receive free or reduced lunch

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES All aspects of 21st Century Leaders’ programs focus on development and mastery of one or more of the following seven leadership competencies: · Communicating Effectively


of students face barriers to success

· Problem Solving · Action-Oriented · Self-Development · Building Effective Teams · Integrity/Trust · Career Ambition


graduation rate


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2020-2021 BY THE NUMBERS October 2020 - September 2021

1% Middle Eastern/ North African

4% Other/ Multicultural 5% Hispanic/ Latino

41% African American

14% Caucasian

61% Female

1152 Total Students

10% increase from previous year

39% Male

31% Asian


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SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAMS Throughout the school year, 21st Century Leaders provides students with leadership development opportunities including summits, service projects, workshops, forums, and special experiences. These programs, often presented in collaboration with corporate partners and volunteers, include training in leadership skills, diversity, inclusion, and career exploration with an intentional focus on growth in 21CL’s seven core leadership competencies.




Communicating Effectively

Problem Solving







Building Effective Teams


60% Career Ambition


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21st Century Leaders Clubs (or 21CLubs) are community- and school-based programs designed to build leadership and career pathway skills for students through student-led meetings, service projects, and leadership forums. Each 21CLub serves a dedicated group of students who are supported through the efforts of an advising teacher or faculty member. Through our online learning platform Leadership Connect and our live school-year summits, 21CLub students are developing the competencies they need to be competitive in college and career.

Before their involvement,

40% of students

Gainesville: Students made notes and holiday goodie baskets for 120 local firefighters Swainsboro: Students collected over $200 for an Angel Tree project and used the funds to buy Christmas presents for five students in their school cluster Midtown: 71 club and nonclub students collected 1,669 food items that were donated to Intown Community Pantry

did not see themselves as a leader.

After their involvement,


100% of students saw themselves as a leader.

89% of students went on to hold one or more leadership roles due to their involvement with their 21CLub.


150 reported students

21CLubs (* indicates new clubs) Banneker High School*

Milton High School

Cambridge High School*

North Gwinnett High School*

Centennial High School

Northview High School

Clarkston High School

Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center, Savannah (PARC)

DeKalb Early College Academy (DECA) Emanuel County Institute Forest Park High School* Gainesville High School Johnson’s Ferry Homeschool Lambert High School* Midtown High School

26 service projects

Riverwood International Charter School

13 leadership forums

South Cobb High School*

97 meetings

South Paulding High School*

125 total days of training

Swainsboro High School Tucker High School* Westlake High School


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LEADERSHIP EXCHANGE Leadership exCHANGE is 21CL’s live leadership training experience held in the first semester of school focusing on exchanging ideas, thoughts, and career opportunities on a range of topics and themes. In 2020, the one-day summit focused on Civic Engagement & Leadership. Students joined together online to learn about the four pillars of civic engagement, consider their opportunities for civic action and involvement, and connect with community leaders and 21CL alumni who are civically engaged in various ways. Student attendees heard from motivational speakers, networked with alumni, and engaged with their peers in a debate that highlighted 21CL’s “3 C’s”–cooperation, communication, and compassion.

“No matter what your background is, you can find opportunities for yourself to get involved, be involved, and stay involved.” - Arie’una Long, Lake Oconee Academy






high schools


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GOIZUETA YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMIT The Goizueta Youth Leadership Summit (GYLS) is 21CL’s immersive leadership experience at the beginning of the second school semester. Our 2021 summit theme focused on construction careers, supply chains, and the logistics industry. The summit engaged students in career exploration and an intensive business case competition with annual summit partner Goizueta Gives, the community-service group of MBA candidates at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.

“[After attending the summit, I am inspired to] make sure that no matter what path I pursue in the future, I am intentionally giving back to the community.” – Samyukta Iyer, Wheeler High School, Class of 2023





high schools

volunteers 11

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LEADERSHIP CONNECT Established in 2014, Leadership Connect is 21CL’s online learning platform designed to make highquality leadership development training accessible and engaging for students anywhere in Georgia. Leadership Connect’s self-paced, interactive curriculum is focused on our 7 core leadership competencies and provides students with an online training resource and community for peer-topeer engagement. Leadership Connect allows students to begin or continue their leadership journey through the engaging, virtual learning community with over 100 gamified modules and activities covering leadership skills, career exploration, social-emotional intelligence, diversity and inclusion, and life ready skills focused on financial literacy, civic engagement, and health and wellness.

“Leadership Connect has been extremely helpful to me as I have grown as a leader; the modules’ interactivity has worked to ensure that I learn from the lessons. Additionally, the pacing of Leadership Connect has been helpful; having 3 to 4 lessons that go over a topic is perfect for maximum learning.” – J’Avani Stinson, DeKalb Early College Academy

Summer Impact with LC: Free enrollment for 324 students into Leadership Connect for the 2021-2022 school year as part of summer experience in response to virtually learning 4 custom curriculums created for all four summer leadership institutes

LC Enrollment Year-By-Year 1000 750 500 250




FY2021 Enrollment

of students enrolled who are receiving free access

0 2018




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NEW PARTNERSHIPS CURRICULUM A partnership with Science ATL was secured by 21CL and supported by Cox Enterprises and the Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund through United Way of Greater Atlanta and Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta. The partnership allowed 21CL to enroll over 50 new students in the 20202021 fiscal year and develop a new STEMbased curriculum to be released during the 2022 school year. 21CL continued a partnership with the Metro Atlanta Regional Commission (MARC) Youth Leadership Program which enrolled over 50 students and created more lessons and activities for their specific curriculum housed on our platform.

“Leadership Connect has been one of the most helpful and positive platforms I have ever used. I really enjoy the interactive activities because they allow me to apply what I’m learning. The topics that the modules discuss are very informative, and I can easily connect to the different ideas. Each subject shows me a new skill to develop and reflect upon.”

Lastly, 21CL finalized and released Level 3 curriculum with a focus on lifeready skills including financial literacy, health and wellness, civic engagement, and professional development. Level 3 consists of more than 20 lessons and activities that provide students with the opportunity to learn life skills that will serve them in high school and their future careers.

– Aurora Flegel, Campbell High School


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Summer Programs


21CL’s flagship program since 1991, Summer Leadership Institutes are week-long leadership development and career exploration programs for diverse high school students from across Georgia. Typically hosted on college campuses as residential programs, the institutes took place virtually for 2021, serving students across four unique institutes. Summer program students reported that they had an increased understanding of 21CL’s core leadership competencies and how to put them into practice:

84% Communicating Effectively

84% Self-Development

86% Problem Solving

83% Building Effective Teams

82% Action-Oriented

93% Integrity/Trust 81% Career Ambition





high schools


80+hours of contact with students

266 volunteers including 45 alumni


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Since 2006, 21st Century Leaders and WarnerMedia have partnered on co-branded summer leadership institutes, serving 1,473 students to date. Through the support of WarnerMedia, 100 students are accepted to participate in the program each year at no cost. The week-long intensive is focused on leadership and media career development. WarnerMedia Institute for Future Leaders takes our diverse students through an exploration of media careers while they connect with WarnerMedia professionals to learn about the company’s family of brands. Participants work in teams to create a new show idea with a corporate social responsibility plan and pitch it to a panel of judges. Students also engage with nine customized modules in Leadership Connect such as WarnerMedia 101 and WarnerMedia Operating Model. In 2021, for the first time, students from Los Angeles and New York City were invited to participate in the institute with peers from Georgia.

Summer Programs

HEALTHCARE & IT INSTITUTE Launched in 2020, the Healthcare & IT Institute (HII) is 21st Century Leaders’ newest summer institute focused on healthcare, healthcare technology, and healthcare business. During the institute, 75 students engaged in sessions that explored a wide range of pathways in healthcare including clinical careers with Piedmont Healthcare, healthcare staffing with LocumTenens, Medicaid services with Mercer Government, and supply chain management with Clorox.


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Supported by

Since 2008, 21st Century Leaders and the Georgia Power Foundation have partnered for EarthCare, an energy and STEM-focused summer leadership institute, serving 1,202 students to date. Through the support of the Georgia Power Foundation, 100 students are accepted each year to participate in this week-long leadership development program at no cost. At EarthCare 2021, students from across Georgia engaged online in various environmental, sustainability, and leadership challenges with Georgia Power professionals and community leaders. They participated in interactive workshops on diversity and inclusion, public speaking with Southern Company’s Toastmasters, networking roundtables, panels, personal leadership assessments, and seven customized modules in Leadership Connect such as All About EarthCare and Age of People Intelligence.

Summer Programs

SUMMER YOUTH LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE @ GOIZUETA Summer Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI@Goizueta) is 21st Century Leaders’ summer leadership institute focused on business and entrepreneurship. Throughout the week of SYLI@Goizueta, 75 students explore a range of business values and skills through interactive workshops led by corporate partners. In 2021, the program covered social enterprise with The Roberto C. Goizueta Business & Society Institute, marketing and legal overviews with The Coca-Cola Company, positive disruption with the Russell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, design thinking with Ideas United, and communications with Cox Enterprises.


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ELIJAH MAJOR On April 16, 2021, 21st Century Leaders student and class of 2021 senior, Elijah Major was killed in a hit-and-run accident. Elijah came to 21CL in the summer of 2019 from Mundy’s Mill High School as a shy kid with boundless potential. In three years, we witnessed him grow into a confident, joyful, and ambitious young leader. He had a big heart and the unique ability to make everyone around him

smile and laugh, especially through his poems and raps! He truly loved life. He had a full scholarship to The College of Wooster in Ohio with plans to attend the U.S. Naval Academy. A total of $5,501 was raised for the Elijah Major Memorial Fund and provided to his mother to help cover expenses: · $3,401 was raised by 21st Century Leaders students, alumni, volunteers, parents, and supporters of the organization · 21st Century Leaders was proud to donate $2,100 We are grateful to our 21st Century Leaders community and the giving spirit you embody. Thank you for

honoring this incredible, young man’s life in a way that truly embodies Elijah’s spirit as a servant leader. He had such a profound impact on people that his gifts of giving are now carrying on in his memory.

“Elijah, may your light continue to shine down on us. It was great to meet you and I pray your soul rests in peace. We are going to miss you, but we will keep your name alive. Thank you for having such a huge impact on us all.” - Chance Mack, Chairperson, 21CL Junior Board (Note: Featured in 2021 Senior Bragbook, pg 30-31)


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March 25, 2021 Theme: Leaders of a New Era Event Co-Chairs and Board of Directors: Bridges Holmes and Maria Flores Blackburn Georgia Youth Leadership Awards is 21st Century Leaders’ signature fundraising event to raise support for our year-round leadership training programs, while recognizing and honoring 21 extraordinary 21CL students from across the state. Due to Covid-19, the event was held virtually through a live interactive platform.

Sponsors WarnerMedia AMPCUS Benevolink Delta Community Credit Union Dick’s Sporting Goods



students recognized



Georgia Power Hire Dynamics Ideas United Kennesaw State University BrainLab KPMG MarketSource

in student grants awarded






Emory University’s Goizueta Business School

Reinhardt University SCANA Energy

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SPECIAL EVENTS LEADERBOARD AT RIVER CLUB 21st Century Leaders 8th annual charity golf tournament

October 20, 2020 Location: The River Club in Suwanee, Georgia Event Chair and Board Member: Scott Riggs, HD Supply/White Cap

Sponsors 3M


Food Sponsor:

Attento Counseling





Coastal States Bank


Dayton Superior

OCM, Inc.


Pike Electric

Euclid Chemical


Georgia Power


HD Supply

Special Alumni Speaker at Golf Reception:

“I remind leaders and supporters like yourselves, that you can never discount the power of helping just one student... all it takes is one student, one opportunity to make a huge difference.” - Greg Clay, 21CL Alumnus, Benjamin E. Mays High School, Florida A&M University, University of Kansas, Frontline Response

Hole Sponsors: Bosch Deep Eddy Vodka Hire Dynamics Larceny The Mosquito Masters





$68,656 raised


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VOLUNTEERS As a true collaboration of business and professionals, 21st Century Leaders’ partnerships and volunteer involvement is a big part of what makes 21CL special. Our programs would not be possible without their support, talent, and commitment to the development of youth leadership. Despite programming taking place virtually for most of the 2020-2021 fiscal year, 21st Century Leaders received more than $43,259 of in-kind volunteer support. This time and talent is invaluable to the execution of our programs and mission.

1,516 421

volunteer hours


$43,259 volunteer in-kind value

110 21CL alumni volunteers


39% of volunteer hours were contributed by 21CL alumni

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Revenue and Support

October 1, 2020 - September 30, 2021

42% Grants & Foundations

1% Registration

10% Individual Giving

20% Events


28% Business/ Corporate

48% Direct Program Expenses

19% Administrative & Resource Development





Program Sponsorships & Income


Investment Income


PPP Loan


Expenses Programs


General & Administrative




Total Expenses


Beginning Net Assets


End of Year Net Assets


Total Contributions 2020




EXPENSES *A full copy of our independent Auditors Report performed by Reed, Quinn & McClure is available online at www.21stcenturyleaders.org/audits 33% Program Staff


** PPP loan is not calculated in total contributions for 2021

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DONORS Corporations Amazon AMPCUS APCO Holdings Atlanta Regional Commission Attento Counseling Boeing Company Christy Associates Coastal States Bank Cox Enterprises Dayton Superior Delta Community Credit Union DeWalt Dick’s Sporting Goods Emory University Goizueta Business School Empire Distributors

Lord, Abbot & Co. LLC MarketSource Mercer Government The Mosquito Masters

Government DeKalb County Government Human Services Department

National Distributing Company

Fulton County Youth and Community Services Division

Nordson Corporation

PPP (Payroll Protection Program) Loan

OCM, Inc. Pike Electric, LLC


ProGeorgia’s Women of Color Initiative

Coca-Cola Company

The QUIKRETE Companies

Georgia Power

Reinhardt University

Goizueta Gives

Savannah Distributing Co. Inc.

Ideas United

SCANA Energy


Viacom CBS



Mercer Government

White Cap (formerly HD Supply)

Mondelez International Nelson Mullins

Euclid Chemical


Genuine Parts Company

The Club of Hearts, Inc.

Piedmont Healthcare

Georgia Power

DeKalb County Government Human Services Department

Pro-Bono Partnership of Atlanta

Fulton County Youth and Community Services Division

Society of Human Resource Management - Atlanta

Georgia Power Foundation

WarnerMedia & WarnerMedia Studios

Hire Dynamics Husqvarna Construction Products IBM Ideas United


Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund (United Way of Greater Atlanta and Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta)

Kroger Community Rewards

Kiwanis Foundation of Atlanta, Inc.

Lark Environmental

Nordson Corporation Foundation

Libreum International

Tunstall P. Rushton Charitable Fund


The Carlo & Micol Schejola Foundation

Kendra Scott Kennesaw State University

21st Century Leaders is proud to manage SCANA Energy’s Homework Centers

Nordson Corporation



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DONORS We thank all donors and companies for their in-kind donations to the 2021 Georgia Youth Leadership Awards Auction

Individuals Jordan Aaronson Dennis & Amy Adamovich Amesha Adams Thomas Adams Aimee Ahmed Khari Arnold Michael Asmelash Jordan Bailey Jackie Baker Brian & Susan Banner Evan Barnard Tangela Barrie Dominique Bell Kristen Bierfeldt Aylah Birks Maria Flores Blackburn Mordena Sullen Bolden Haqiqa Bolling Jeff & Robin Breaux Melissa Campbell-Brogdon Jerrie Brooks Olabisi Brown Nancy Bryan Brad Bryant Jeremy Bye Paul Caldwell


Ansley Callanan

Corey Dortch

Brandi Harrison

John Callanan

Arthur Evans

Kim Hemmings

Karen Callanan

Amy Fanucci

Kate Hewitt

Peyton Callanan

David Felfoldi

Morgan Hewitt

Braunwin Camp

Mark Fender

Shannon Higdon

Kirsten Carella

Daphne Flanigan

Mussettee Hill

Kaitlyn Carson

Lauren Flanigan

William Holley, IV

David Carter

Liz Frayer

Chelsea Holness

Steve Cave

Alma Frazier

Maggie Howell

Carla Chandler

Sierra Freeman

Darlene Huggins

Nancy Chen

Kris Gadde

Joe Iarocci

Arjun Chowdri

Anne Gahongayire

Erin Igleheart

James Clark

Hector Gallardo

Emily Jackson

John Clark

Maimuna Gassama

Jordan Jackson

Brienne Coates

Tim Giannoni

JP James

DePorres & Barbara Cormier

Linda Gillis

Katarina Jenkins

Jacque-Corey Cormier

Nichole Gillis

Jacques Johnson

Antricia Croone

Andrew Goldberg

Matt Johnson

Edwin Cruz

Ramon Gordon

Asher Jones

Fedrina Cylentro

Bridget Gorta

Cedrella Jones-Taylor

Sadiqua Dada

Katelyn Wiltsee Grakal

Cristy T. Jones

Sara Dada

Jennifer Green

Mark Kanaly

Kiah Davis

Taylor Green

Carly Kanwisher

Michelle Davis-Watts

Taylor Benford Green

Dale Keck

Clayton Dawkins

Brenda Greene

Carol King

Satya Desai

Carol Hahn

Sydney Langdon

Fabiola Dormeus

Cheryl Hahn

Gordon Langford

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Paula Larson

Obie Ogene

Patrick Solomon

Renee Welch

Ashley Lee

Brooks Okelley

Rachel Sprecher

Michael White

Erin Lightfoot

Tomi Oladeji

Eugene Staes

Dahra Williams

Ellen Lindemann

Karen Ona

Stephanie Staes

Luke Winstel

Julia Lucas

Deepa Paramesh

Steven Staes

Rick Winstel

Andrea Lyons

Donna Patterson

Jody Steinberg

Molly Woo

Chance Mack

Morgan Phelps

Scott Stern

Angela Wu

Imani Mance

Christen Powell

Kim Swanson

Xianwei Wu

Whitney Deal Marshall

James Price

Nora Swanson

Elizabeth McCune

Rosalynne Price

Mike Szalkowski

Juanita McDowell

Adriane Randolph

Yannie Tan

Sonya McIntosh

Dan Redler

Juwan Thompson

Nicole Meadows

Scott Riggs

Lisa Thompson

Alix Menal

Charlie Ross

Justin Toliver

Amanda Mewborn

Tunstall Rushton

Jennifer Tomaszewicz

Andrea Miles

Jasmine Sams

Randell Trammell

Michael Miller

Grayson Schofield

Deon Tucker

Robyn Miller

Nicole Schwartz

Kathryn Turner

Stephanie Miller

Mong-Hoai Scott

Tavari Turner

Devri Montgomery

Michael Seaman

Stephanie Van Parys

Neikelle Moore

Tarrek Shaban

Gaston Vaneri

Oswin E. Moore

Teryn Shipman

Khaila Vickers

Chris Mottram

Mollie Simon

Racquel Waite

Patricia Mullins

Aquaria Smith

Kaylah Walker

Philip Musey

Hunter Smith

Lisa Walsh

Jon Neff

Marshall Smith

Adrienne Ware

JoDeanah Noble

Kathy Solley

Bob Watson

Philip Nutsugah

Cassandra Solomon

Latervia Watters


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21st Century Leaders 115 New Street, Suite B Decatur, GA 30030 Phone: 404-373-7441 info@21stcenturyleaders.org www.21stcenturyleaders.org


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