African-American Partnership (AAP) is making a promise. A promise to power the potential of young Black males. Through fundraising, service projects and leadership development for academic and career opportunities, AAP addresses disparities our local youth face in the educational system, while providing immediate access to the tools our youth need from the start. AAP and members’ total investment in the community is a key segment of United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Child Well-Being Agenda, advancing the promise to create a more equitable Greater Atlanta.
Being a philanthropist specifically for AAP has the added benefit of being part of my heritage. It is truly a passion and self-fulfillment goal of mine to inspire others to overcome difficult and challenging circumstances. Furthermore, it is embedded in my heart and soul to make a difference in life and beyond myself. Being an AAP Cabinet member provides me the opportunity to do so.