Atlanta Business League Unveils Its 2011 Men of Influence, Inducts

ABL_Men_of_Influence.jpgABL__Men_of_influence.jpgATLANTA-The Atlanta Business League (ABL) honors 24 African American men who

are leading influencers, proven history-makers and contributors to the

greatness of the metro Atlanta community. The ABL unveiled its 2011 Men of

Influence (MOI) inductees with a reception and induction ceremony at the

Sheraton Hotel in downtown Atlanta.

Inductees are:

1.      Neil Barclay, President & CEO, National Black Arts Festival

2.      Cecil Bernard, Artist, Cecil Bernard Enterprises

3.      Roger Bobb, President, Bobbcat Films

4.      George Brown, Sr. Director of Food & Beverage , Hyatt Regency


5.      John Bryant, CEO and Founder, Operation Hope

6.      Rudolph H. Carn, Founder & CEO, National  AIDS Education & Services

for Minorities

7.      Mark Chastang, Chief Operating Officer, Grady Health System

8.      Dwayne Crawford, Senior Vice President, 100 Black Men of America,


9.      Niles Harris, General Manager, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel

10.     James “Mac” Hunter, Senior Partner, Morris Manning & Martin LLP

11.     Tom Hutchinson, Founder/President/CEO, Confidential Security Agency,


12.     Larry Johnson, Presiding Officer, Board of Commissioners, DeKalb


13.     John Kelley, Chairman, DeKalb Chamber

14.     Alonzo  Llorens, Chairman, Ron Clark Academy

15.     Mitchell Martin, Owner/Partner, Martin, Harpes, Syphoe & Company

16.     Curtis Martin II, President, Gate City Bar Association

17.     Mark Massey, Clerk to the Commission, Fulton County Government


18.     Harold  Mitchell, Sr. Chairman, Atlanta Technical College Foundation

19.     Arthur Queen, President, National Association of Minority


20.     Lonnie  Saboor, Chairman of the Board, Southwest Atlanta Youth

Business Organization


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