The HOPE Atlanta family congratulates former HOPE Global Forums Fellow Neia Omer, who graduates from Georgia State University in December with a BBA in Managerial Sciences. She will receive the Nell Hamilton Trotter Award, which recognizes one senior’s commitment to student involvement and is known as the highest student leadership award presented by the University.
Since August of last year, I have been a Development Associate Fellow with the HOPE Office of Partnerships in Atlanta. I have been involved in a variety of activities, including: working with the development team to research national grants and funding opportunities, conducting legal research for HOPE programming, writing and editing proposals and grant applications, and creating and editing online and print marketing materials for fundraising campaigns.
HOPE Atlanta team members Latresa McLawhorn Ryan, Esq., Tara Dennis, James Bailey, and Walter Jackson recently partnered with the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance to empower students and professionals during the 2013 Alliance Management and Leadership Institute held in Atlanta, Georgia on January 3 (AMI).
Learn about the contributions of this summer's fellows and how UPS, George Haligowski, Ed Ingles, First American, and others are helping bring new young leaders under HOPE's wings.
Vontae Davis, cornerback player for the Indianapolis Colts, recently partnered with Operation HOPE by committing $5,000 for Banking On Our Future (BOOF) and the Entrepreneurship Training Program at the HOPE Financial Dignity Center in Washington, D.C.
If you’re expecting interns at Operation HOPE to spend the majority of their time fetching coffee and sorting files, you are sadly mistaken. Operation HOPE invests significant time and attention in its interns, hoping to grow future leaders that will help spread the financial empowerment movement long after our time at HOPE.
HOPE Atlanta’s summer interns and volunteers have already started gearing up in...