The day's top headlines for Friday, September 23, 2011
APS Superintendent Addresses Class Size Issues. Riot Act Read To Buckhead Bar, Club And Restaurant Owners. Should The Cyclorama Stay In Grant Park? Stone Mountain Siblings Race Around The Globe For $1 Million. Black HistoryMakers Return To Grady High.
Three notable African-American executives shared their experiences with Grady High School students on Friday morning.
Three prominent African-American professionals shared their life experiences with Grady High School students on Friday morning, part of a nationwide project sponsored by The HistoryMakers. Talent management chief executive Dina Ruth Andrews, president and general manager of Dina Andrews Management and Knew Beginnings, spoke to students in the school theater. Also speaking to students in their classrooms were electrical engineer Ayanna Howard, creator of the SnoMote robots and the founder of the Human-Automation Systems Lab at Georgia Tech; and electrical engineer and engineering professor Kevin Kornegay, Motorola Foundation Professor at Georgia Tech. Five hundred African-American history makers attended schools across the nation on Friday…