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2 ClarkAtlanta M A G A Z I N E PRESIDENT Carlton E. Brown VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Aristide J. Collins, Jr. EXECUTIVE EDITOR AND INTERIM SENIOR DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS Jennifer Jiles UNIVERSITY EDITOR Earle D. Clowney, AU 63 CONTRIBUTORS Audrey Arthur, Kwajalyn Brown, Larry Calhoun, Earle D. Clowney, Marcia Jones Cross, Gay-linn E. Gatewood-Jasho, Dawn Keene, Ruben Perez, Barton J. Taylor DESIGN Garon Hart Graphic Design PHOTOGRAPHY Jamour Chames, Scott C. King, Curtis McDowell, J.D. Scott, Marcus Stevens, Jihad Ziyad PRINTING Graphic Solutions Group Clark Atlanta Magazine is published by the Clark Atlanta University Office of Institutional Advancement and University Relations. Address letters and comments to Clark Atlanta Magazine Editor, Clark Atlanta University, Office of Marketing and Communications, 223 James P. Brawley Drive, S.W., Atlanta, GA Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs (5x7 or larger preferred) are welcomed for possible inclusion in the magazine. Selection and publication are at the discretion of the editors. Opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors, not necessarily of the University. Clark Atlanta University is the only historically black private doctoral/research-intensive university in the nation, offering degrees from the bachelor s to the doctorate. The University is a member of the Atlanta University Center, a consortium of five educational institutions and is the largest of The College Fund/UNCF institutions. Clark Atlanta does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age or handicap in the recruitment and admission of its students, in the administration of its educational policies and programs, or in its staff as specified by federal law and regulations. First-class postage paid in Atlanta, Ga. Copyright 2009 by Clark Atlanta Magazine of Clark Atlanta University. Clark Atlanta University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Ga , Telephone ) to award the bachelor's, master's, specialist, and doctoral degrees.

3 CONTENTS FALL 2008/WINTER COVER STORY Clark Atlanta University at 20: A Superior Learning Environment for Students, Faculty and Staff FEATURES CAuPRI : Clark Atlanta University Process Renewal Initiative CAU s continued progress involves breaking down silos, building communication CAU s Communications Gems: A Glimpse Inside WCLK and CAU-TV The Panther Newspaper is Shaping Tomorrow s Journalists Title III: Advancing the Academic Enterprise John W. Daniels, Jr.: A Leader s Perspective on Leadership Report on Gifts and Contributions Fiscal Summaries DEPARTMENTS Faculty Focus University News Centers of Excellence Update Sports Update Alumni Affairs CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

4 FROM THE EXECUTIVE EDITOR Dear Friends, If ever there was a time when our nation needed strong leaders, that time is now. If there was ever a time when our nation needed its colleges and universities to provide an education and programs that prepare young men and women to lead, that time is now. Drawing on the historical roles that Atlanta University (1865) and Clark College (1869) played academically, Clark Atlanta University celebrating its 20th anniversary is positioned to prepare the next generation of leaders to address some of the world s most pressing issues. The myriad of problems is all too familiar war, unemployment, the current economic crisis, education, healthcare, energy, global warming and a series of political and corporate scandals. Indeed, leadership is needed to address these problems and find solutions. Preparing the next generation of leaders is what we do at Clark Atlanta University. In this issue of CAU Magazine, our cover story examines how CAU is preparing the next generation to adapt to change, to discover solutions to national and societal issues and develop the skills needed to succeed in a global marketplace. Clark Atlanta University at 20, offers you a glimpse inside our four Schools (School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration, School of Education, and Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work) and the high-quality education being provided through their leading-edge degree programs. In this issue, we published stories inspired by our 20th anniversary theme of Achieving Greatness: Honoring our History and Preparing for the Future. We have developed feature stories that give readers an insider s look at the success of CAU s Title III program over the years, an update on how one of the five Centers of Excellence is affecting prostate cancer research, an examination of how CAuPRI is transforming CAU s operating structure and a closer look at two of CAU s communications gems, WCLK-FM and CAU-TV. Of special note is our continuing effort to share with you the voices of our future leaders. In this issue, readers will be intrigued to learn what s on the minds of future journalists as we visited CAU s Panther Newspaper. Finally, an examination of the role of the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs and its vice president, Dr. Marcus W. Shute, and a profile of Trustee John W. Daniels, Jr., will round out our feature stories in this issue of CAU Magazine. Please note a special insert in this issue that contains Clark Atlanta University s Report on Gifts and Contributions, which also provides a fiscal summary for , as well as the names of those contributors recorded in our database. We trust that the information in the magazine will assure you that CAU is doing its part to ensure that there is no shortage of people with the capacity to lead. CAU Magazine will continue to inform and inspire you with articles that tell the story of the accomplishments and successes of the University throughout its journey over the past 20 years and in the years to come. Please enjoy this issue of CAU Magazine. Your thoughts and feedback are always welcome at jjiles@cau.edu. Jennifer Jiles Executive Editor Interim Senior Director of Marketing and Communications 2 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

5 PRESIDENT S LETTER Dear CAU Family and Friends, The New Year finds the CAU Family continuing to recognize the 20th anniversary of the historic consolidation of Atlanta University (1865) and Clark College (1869), which gave rise to Clark Atlanta University. We continue to build upon CAU s accomplishments as the only private HBCU classified as a Doctoral/Research-Intensive University by the Carnegie Foundation. CAU is the largest institution in the Atlanta University Center and largest member institution in the UNCF, and the University again takes its place among national academic institutions ranked by U.S. News and World Report. With the support of alumni and friends and the hard work of faculty and staff, Clark Atlanta University remains financially sound and looks forward to a bright future of growth, progress, internal development and ultimately, greatness. However, as we are all aware, the U.S. economy is experiencing historic and monumental challenges that have touched many colleges and universities directly or indirectly. Clark Atlanta University is bracing for a difficult economic period along with other higher education institutions across the country. We bear witness to the decline of the stock market, the failure of critical industries, the collapse of many businesses large and small, and the continuing decline in the economic efficacy of the American family. The current trends taking place in our nation s economy threaten to derail the hopes and dreams that our students and their families have worked so hard to actualize over many years. In addition to their own reduced resources to support a child s education, many of our families are experiencing reduced loan eligibility and less access to loan funds. These factors have had a critical impact on the University as several major markets from which we generate our student body continue to experience consecutive layoffs and closure in critical industry. Clark Atlanta University is currently experiencing an enrollment emergency, and as a tuition-driven institution, the current downturn in student enrollment is having a measurable impact on the University. Despite these overall difficulties, the institution continues to be fiscally sound and on the upside of a significant financial recovery, making Clark Atlanta University a very sound investment in the futures of young people whom we are preparing to lead this nation as evidenced in the articles contained in this issue of CAU Magazine. We are committed to moving forward in planning for the growth and advancement of the University. We are taking a very proactive and aggressive course of action to recruit students locally, regionally, nationally, and abroad through implementing a comprehensive enrollment management plan. We will proceed aggressively with the CAuPRI process, our University-wide initiative to place greater emphasis on service and responsiveness to all of our constituencies with the total integration of the BANNER system as the tool to strengthen overall systems and processes. CAU s advancement efforts will also continue unabated as we realize this is a crucial time to re-engage alumni and cultivate relationships and opportunities that could prove fruitful when the economy rebounds. We are preparing a more efficient academic institution for when that time comes. The Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, staff and all remain collectively committed to providing students with exceptional academic programs and excellent preparation for successful transition into careers or graduate or professional degree programs. Please enjoy this special issue of CAU Magazine and continue to support the University in its pursuit of greatness. Together, we will achieve our vision of national leadership in higher education. Carlton E. Brown, Ed.D. President CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

6 FACULTY FOCUS School of Arts and Sciences Dr. Paul Brown, Professor of Decision Sciences, coauthored a paper, Organizational Assimilation of Electronic Procurement Innovations, that was recently accepted in Journal of Management Information Systems. Dr. Vicki Crawford, Associate Professor of History and Associate Dean, was the keynote speaker at Florida A & M University (FAMU) on January 29, 2009, during a campus-wide program honoring Wilhelmina Jakes and Carrie Patterson, two former FAMU students who were involved in the bus boycotts in Tallahassee, Fla. during the civil rights movement. The City of Tallahassee also unveiled a state marker in honor of the Tallahassee Bus Boycott. Dr. Philip Dunston, Interim Chair of the Department of Religion and Philosophy, was a guest presenter at the United Methodist National symposium on Global Health. The event was held in New York City on Oct , Dr. Dunston s presentation included the impact and impression of global health initiatives on predominately black college students at Clark Atlanta University. The national symposium topics included Racial and Ethnic Disparities in U.S. Health Care, and Improving the Health of the African Diaspora: HIV/AIDS. Dr. Ralph Ellis, Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy, has completed a new book that is now available. The book, coauthored with Dr. Natika Newton (Professor, Nassau Community College), is called How the Mind Uses the Brain. The book focuses on how emotional processes in the brain are able to create the conditions needed for consciousness to occur by preparing the organism for action in relation to its environment. In the coauthors theory, consciousness does not result from the receiving of perceptual information but from the body s self-organizing tendency to act relative to possible situations. Also, the new issue of Philosophy in The Contemporary World is a special issue devoted to discussions of Dr. Ellis work. Last year, another philosophy journal, The Pluralist, devoted a special issue to his work. Dr. Issifu Harruna, Professor, Department of Chemisty, coauthored a paper titled, Fullerene and Ruthenium Dual End-Functionalized Thermosensitive Polymers: Synthesis, Characterization, Electrochemical Properties, and Self- Assembly in the Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume 18, pages , Mr. Christopher Hickey, Professor of Art and Chair of the Art Department, has published an illustration for the article, The Essentials of Essential Tremor, in the Fall 2008 edition of Emory/Health magazine published by the Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University. Dr. Ghiyoung Im, Professor of Decision Sciences, coauthored a paper, Knowledge Sharing Ambidexterity in Long-Term Interorganizational Relationships, that was recently published in Management Science Journal. The acceptance rate for information systems articles in Management Science Journal is less than five percent. Dr. F.S.J. Ledgister, Assistant Professor, Political Science, presented a paper titled Eric Williams: The Hero as Politician, at the Northeastern Political Science Association conference in Boston last November, where he also chaired a panel. Dr. Ledgister published two articles in 2008 and they are Intellectual Murder: Walter Rodney s Groundings in the Jamaican Context, in Commonwealth and Comparative Politics # 46 (1), in February and Public Scholarship and Political Action: The Memory of Walter Rodney in Jamaica, copublished with Anita M. Waters in Wadabagei in A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diasporas, Vol. 11 No. 1 (Winter 2008), 4-35 in March. Joan McCarty, Instructor, Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts, is serving as the stage manager for the production, Secrets of a Soccer Mom. The comedy focuses on three women who discover a great deal about themselves and their pasts as well as uncover secrets while preparing to play a soccer game with their young sons. The play runs from January 21 to March 1, 2009, at Theatre in the Square in Marietta, Ga. Last summer, Ms. McCarty also stage managed Death of a Salesman, at Oberlin College in Ohio. This production featured television and film actor Avery Brooks as Willy Loman. Ms. McCarty is a member of Actors Equity Association, the union for professional actors and stage managers in America. She most recently directed Eden, at Clark Atlanta University last November. Dr. Ronald Mickens, Distinguished Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Physics, published articles appearing in Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, Heat and Mass Transfer, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems, and International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, based on research on nonlinear differential and difference equations. Dr. Mickens has accepted an invitation to write a chapter for the e-book Methods for Studying Partial Difference Equations. It is to be 4 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

7 published in 2009 by Bentham Science Publishers, which intends to bring together the contributions of prominent mathematicians working in the general area of partial difference equations and their applications to numerical schemes. Dr. Mickens organized and chaired a session of invited presentations on the History and Philosophy of Physics, at a meeting of the American Physical Society, held at North Carolina State University last fall. One focus of the session was counterfactuals and the history/ evolution of physics. Dr. Mickens and his son Dr. James. W. Mickens, have jointly conducted research in an effort to understand the propagation of periodic childhood diseases such as measles. Thus far, their computer simulations provide preliminary evidence that if the infection rate has a large enough fluctuation, then the disease can go to extinction. This interesting result might be useful for explaining data from countries having small total populations. Dr. Timothy Moore, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology, is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholars grant for study and work in Bahia, Brazil. The title of his project is African-Centered Psychology in Bahia. The purpose of this project will be to expose his research and teaching experience to a concentration of students/scholars in Salvador, Brazil. The outcome of this project will be to develop an educational initiative to implement positive social change in areas where social injustice persists. As a U.S. Fulbright Fellow, Dr. Moore will teach two specialty areas: African-Centered Psychology and Basic Neuroscience. In addition, he will conduct survey-oriented research on African- Self Consciousness. In preparation, he has taken intensive Portuguese classes, and is ready to embark upon an adven- turous three-month experience in South America. Dr. Swaraj Tayal, Professor and Chair of Physics, has been awarded a research grant, Electron Collision Rates of Atoms and Ions for Application to Atmospheres of Planets and their Satellites, from the Planetary Atmospheres Program of NASA in the amount of $258,068 for three years. Dr. Tayal recently presented research results, Oscillator Strengths and Electron Excitation Collision Strengths for Fe XII and Fe XIV, as a result of another NASA grant from the Astronomy and Physics Research and Analysis Program at the 213th American Astronomical Society meeting, in Long Beach, Calif., in January. Dr. Georgianne Thomas, Professor of Humanities, faculty from Emory University and other faculty from The Atlanta Consortium of Colleges and Universities, have joined together to present two traveling exhibits around the theme, Motherhood at the Intersection of Race and Class: Resilience in the Face of Adversity. The two exhibits, Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States and Beggars and Choosers: Motherhood is Not a Class Privilege in America, are scheduled to run from January 15 to March 12, 2009, in the Schatten Gallery of Emory University s Woodruff Library. The hope is that the dialogue generated will stimulate continued awareness, discussion, and action surrounding the special challenges that less-privileged mothers, families, and incarcerated women face. School of Business Dr. Evelyn Winston-Dadzie, Associate Professor of Management, coauthored the article Loan Delinquency Among Small Business Owners in Ghana: The Importance of Gender to the Lending Process, which was published in the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (2008), Vol. 5, Nos. 3/4, pp The article was coauthored with Jocelyn D. Evans. Dr. Winston-Dadzie is also the leading conference track chair for the Human Resources and Management Division during the 2009 International Academy of African Business to be held in May in Uganda. Dr. Tom Apaiwongse, Associate Professor of Marketing, has a manuscript recently being published in a blindreviewed refereed journal: Apaiwongse, Tom Suraphol (2008), Barriers of EPA Voluntary Policy Upon Market Innovations: An Exploratory Qualitative Approach, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 19 [Fall], No. 2, pp: He also has a paper presented and published in a proceedings: Apaiwongse, Tom Suraphol (2009), EPA Policy Exchange in a Current Market-Political Economy: The Parallel-Political Marketplace Approach, Proceedings for an Annual Conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp: Dr. Apaiwongse has recently served on the editorial review board of the Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing. School of Education Dr. Veda Jairrels, Professor of Exceptional Education, Department of Curriculum, has had her manuscript, African Americans and Standardized Tests: The Real Reason for Low Test Scores, accepted for publication. Her book is scheduled for release in Dr. Jairrels also wrote a book review that was published in the online journal, Education Review in August CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

8 FACULTY FOCUS New Faculty Hires for the Academic Year CAU faculty are the foundation of our superior learning environment. One of our five-year strategic plan goals is to attract distinguished faculty to our institution. They bring with them a wealth of experience and a strong desire to share their research, teaching and service with our students. School of Arts & Sciences Mass Media Arts Dr. Shawn Bulloch Assistant Professor and Director of Student Training Arts and Sciences School of Arts & Sciences Biological Sciences Dr. Marjorie Campbell Professor and Chairperson, Biological Sciences School of Business Administration Accounting Dr. Kanthi Herath Associate Professor School of Social Work Dr. Vimala Pillari Dean CAU Welcomes Dr. Vimala Pillari, Dean, Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work Dr. Vimala Pillari became the new dean of the Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work in October 2008 after serving as professor and founding dean of the Graduate School of Social Work at Dominican University in River Forest, Ill. Dr. Pillari brings to the School of Social Work a strong background and expertise as a licensed clinical social worker. She has served as a caseworker at St. Christopher s Institute in Dobbs Ferry, New York, a part-time social worker at Children s Hospital in Buffalo, New York, and at Family Services of Tidewater, in Norfolk, Va. Dr. Pillari was also in private practice at Family Young, Jr., School Dr. Vimala Pillari, Dean, Whitney M. of Social Work Action Counselors of Tidewater in Norfolk. During the past decade, Dr. Pillari was founding dean and director of Graduate Schools of Social Work at both Dominican University and Newman University, where she developed new graduate programs. Dr. Pillari earned her bachelor s and master s degrees at Madras University and her doctorate in Social Welfare from Columbia University. 6 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

9 COVER STORY CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY 20 at A Superior Learning Environment for Students, Faculty and Staff INTRODUCTION BY DR. EARLE D. CLOWNEY, (AU 63), UNIVERSITY EDITOR AND MEMBER OF THE CONSOLIDATION STEERING COMMITTEE Some 86 years ago, during the Acting Presidency of Myron W. Adams ( ) at Atlanta University (AU), There was considerable discussion of a merger of Atlanta University with Clark University, but no formal action was taken (from James P. Brawley s The Clark College Legacy: An Interpretive History of Relevant Education, , p. 104). Thus began discussion that would lead in 1988 to the consolidation, not merger, of Atlanta University and Clark College (CC), the latter name having been adopted in The Boards of Trustees of the two parent institutions were very careful to avoid using the word merger because of its suggestion that one of the institutions brought greater gifts to the table of agreement. Consolidation, it was felt, meant that the CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

10 two schools entered the agreement with equal strengths, accomplishments and resources. In fact, a year earlier in 1987, the Boards of Trustees of both AU and CC authorized an exploration of the possible advantages of closer working arrangements, as some of the benefits of proximity, which had seemed promising earlier, again became evident. In 1988, the joint committee submitted its report for ratification, recommending that the two schools be consolidated as one institution. On June 24, 1988, both Boards agreed to the consolidation recommendation, and on July 1, 1988, Clark Atlanta University (CAU) officially came into existence. The new and historic University has inherited the rich traditions of two independent institutions, connected over the years by a common heritage, commitment, consortia relationships and location. Atlanta University and Clark College, through consolidation, preserved the best of the past and present and accepted the mandate of AU s motto, I ll Find a Way or Make One, and of CC s motto, Culture for Service. Both mottos were retained for CAU and figure prominently in the University s seal. The University s colors (crimson, black, and gray) also stem from the school colors of the parent institutions: crimson and gray (AU), and red and black (CC). Efforts to ensure a smooth consolidation were skillfully handled by members of the Consolidation Steering Committee, consisting of representatives from the trustees, faculty, staff, alumni, students, and administration of both schools, and meeting weekly under the wise leadership of Dr. Vernon Crawford, chair (now deceased), and Dr. Pearlie Craft Dove, cochair. As we approach the end of the first decade of the 21st century and celebrate our 20th anniversary as a consolidated university, we acknowledge that much has been accomplished and much remains to be done, but we are optimistic that through dedication, hard work and perseverance, we can achieve the lofty goals of our founding fathers, thereby ensuring that our University will be second to none. BY JENNIFER JILES When Atlanta University and Clark College were consolidated in 1988 to form Clark Atlanta University, the union of the two historic institutions was heralded by some as one of the greatest decisions in the HBCU community. Others predicted that the benefits of the consolidation may prove challenging to actualize. However, CAU has emerged as an institution sound enough, strong enough and bold enough to successfully prepare students to become leaders in an intensely competitive and complex world. Through the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Business Administration and Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work, CAU is preparing its graduates to help identify solutions to many of the most critical issues facing the nation. The School of Arts and Sciences The School of Arts and Sciences at Clark Atlanta University is a thriving cultural and academic milieu in which students and faculty are engaged in a wide range of activities. On any given day, faculty and students in the School of Arts and Sciences are involved in academic activities from cutting-edge research on prostate cancer to students preparing to meet the demands of a career in the technology industry to the cultivation of the next stars of stage, television and film. Composed of the Division of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, the Division of Social Sciences, the Division of Humanities and the Division of Communication Arts which boasts as one of its alumni leading director/producer/actor Kenny Leon the School is developing students to reach their full potential as leaders in various industries and in community service. With a robust roster of programs, the School services every student on campus, teaching a wide range of general education requirements from English and mathematics to art appreciation. During their first two years at CAU, we prepare students for their major programs by providing them with a firm foundation in critical thinking and communication, said Dr. Shirley Williams-Kirksey, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. With this initial training they are well on their way to being successful the last two years of their undergraduate experience. In recent years, the School has substantially increased the number of real-world internships and opportunities to study abroad made available to CAU students. This is attributed in large part to the School s ongoing efforts to continually build bridges with corporations, nonprofit agencies and the federal government. These relationships have not only translated into internships and international learning excursions, but also job offers for students. 8 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

11 WHEN STUDENTS LEAVE OUR CAMPUS WE WANT THEM TO BE READY TO WORK AT CNN, BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR, GO INTO MEDICAL RESEARCH OR TEACHING, OR WHEREVER THEIR EXPERTISE LEADS THEM. DR. SHIRLEY WILLIAMS-KIRKSEY, DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Williams-Kirksey noted one of the major goals of the School of Arts and Sciences is to make sure that upon graduation students are fully equipped to do well in their careers. We focus on training, coupled with academic work, she said. When students leave our campus, we want them to be ready to work at CNN, become an entrepreneur, go into medical research or teaching, or wherever their expertise is... we are preparing them not only for jobs today but we re putting them on a track for success years down the road. The students of today are not the students of yesterday, said Williams-Kirksey. Students in 2009 have greater access to information through the Internet and many other sources. So when they get to CAU they are a much different student from the student of 20 years ago. To make certain its curriculum remains applicable in rapidly changing times, the School s administration, faculty and students are continually engaged in research around numerous issues such as the environment, homeland security, technology, politics, international affairs, medicine that dominate the headlines and influence the development of not only the U.S., but also the global community. Uppermost on our minds, and what we are determined to convey, are ways we want Clark Atlanta University to succeed in the next 20 years, added Williams-Kirksey. In that, we envision programs that are going to be academically driven but have an international component. We are preparing students to meet world needs. School of Business Administration When Mark Peaks and Marlon Lloyd graduated from CAU s School of Business Administration with MBAs in finance in 1997, the young men joined an impressive group of alumni of the School. During its 77 years of educating business students, the School of Business has produced some of the nation s most successful business leaders and entrepreneurs, including Gregory Jackson, founder, president and CEO of Prestige Automotive Group, which was the first African-Americanowned automotive group to reach $1 billion in sales. Alumni of the School also include leading executives such as Darryl Cobbin, senior vice president, 20th Century Fox; Alex Cummings, executive vice president and chief administrative officer for The Coca-Cola Company; and Derrick M. Williams, vice president of finance and planning for Delphi Powertrain Systems. All three executives also serve on CAU s Board of Trustees. L-R Mark Peaks, President and Marlon Lloyd, Vice President of Sandy Springs Lawn Scapes CAU S School of Business Administration has produced a substantial class of entrepreneurs who are providing jobs, products and services around the nation. A case in point is the success of Lloyd and Peaks, who in June 2005, purchased one of Atlanta s long established professional landscaping companies. Since that time, they have grown the company to more than triple its size. At CAU, Mark and I were able to sharpen our critical thinking skills through the finance curriculum and as an entrepreneur, I can t think of a more important ability to possess, said Lloyd, vice president of Sandy Springs Lawn Scapes. Each day, we are faced with tough decisions, particularly in the current economic environment, and our ability to think through those decisions strategically and find the best solution is vital. Those skills were developed at CAU s MBA program. Today, Atlanta-based Sandy Springs Lawn Scapes employs more than 100 people, has approximately 500 customers and now has operations in Orlando, Tampa and Sarasota, Fla. As one of the top 10 producers of African-American undergraduate business professionals in the nation, the School of Business Administration continues to graduate the largest number of African-American MBAs in the world leaders who are providing innovative solutions to today s global business challenges. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

12 THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION S PROGRAMS ARE FORWARD LOOKING BECAUSE WE TRANSFORM OUR PROGRAMS TO MAKE SURE THEY STAY RELEVANT TO WHAT SCHOOLS ARE REQUIRING AND NEEDING. DR. TREVOR TURNER, INTERIM DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION According to Ed Davis, interim dean of the School of Business, many attributes contribute to the uniqueness of the School s curriculum and teaching and learning environment including a smaller student body, seven faculty members who hold Ph.D.s and a diversified faculty, which includes instructors from eight countries. From Davis perspective, the School makes a special effort to train students to be leaders in the business and financial industry by instilling in students three important principles. We train students to behave ethically, to be deep thinkers and to focus on increasing wealth transfer, especially within the black community, said Davis. We never forget that we are preparing our students to compete anywhere in the world and be successful. School of Education The School of Education, in inheriting the historical missions and achievements of its two parent institutions, Atlanta University and Clark College, offers teacher education programs that produce leaders and change agents who are having a relevant and positive impact on private and public school education in America, particularly in urban settings. The School of Education is preparing students to meet and resolve underachievement issues within school systems head on. Students are stimulated by an action-oriented, problem-solving curriculum designed to produce teacher candidates who move innovatively to meet the shifting social and educational needs that occur in urban schools. Our philosophy is that change agents are critical to the efficacy of urban education, said Dr. Trevor Turner, interim dean of the School of Education. The School of Education s curriculum is designed to promote the development of scholars, change agents, leaders and mentors who are committed to that [philosophy]. The School s Department of Educational Leadership offers graduate programs of study for M.A., Ed.S. and Ed.D. degrees and certification in the area of administration and supervision for K-12 education programs. Thayer Hall, Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work The School of Education s programs are forward looking because we transform our programs to make sure they stay relevant to what schools are requiring and needing, said Turner. As such, we are always in the mode of reviewing our programs, and conducting research in leadership, school planning and curriculum. In addition to developing future educators and administrators, CAU s School of Education has garnered a reputation as a producer of school counselors, educational leaders, media specialists and school social workers who are competent in a systemic approach to change agentry that embodies the core of social justice and fosters critical thinking. We are preparing future teachers and administrators whose goal it is to ensure every child can learn up to his/her potential and is successful from one level of school to another, whether high school or college bound, said Turner. Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work CAU s Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work exists to prepare future social work professionals with a heightened sense of social consciousness committed to the search for solutions to societal problems, particularly as they affect African-American families, children and males within the context of family and community. The School offers bachelor s, master s and doctoral degrees. CAU alumni hold positions in corporations, foundations, municipal and federal government nationally and interna- 10 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

13 The Dashiell-Mitchell File tionally. The School has a long-held reputation for using an Afrocentric perspective, autonomous social work practice model and research to produce social workers who make a difference. The Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work has an extraordinary heritage that began with Forrester Blanchard Washington, the third director of the School. He was a visionary African-American social worker who led the Atlanta School of Social Work from and the Atlanta University School of Social Work from Washington sought to transform social welfare conditions in the South by developing a much needed educational institution to train African-American social workers. His legacy lives on in the continued viability of the 88-year-old School that, in 2009, is redefining its role as a leader for training new social workers. Today, the School is being led by Dr. Vimala Pillari, who joined CAU as the School s new dean in October 2008 (see Faculty Focus for more on Dr. Pillari). Her long-range vision is that the School of Social Work become one of the best in the nation. Dr. Pillari s vision also includes building another doctoral program in clinical social work and eventually building a research center for families and children that would focus on problems that affect the family such as alcohol, teen pregnancy, child abuse and domestic violence areas of expertise she honed as a scholar and clinical social worker. One of my goals is to create an environment that encourages scholarship and excellence in teaching among faculty, said Dr. Pillari. We are also placing a greater emphasis on developing an atmosphere that promotes greater faculty-student interaction. Dr. Pillari and the faculty are committed to developing the next generation of social work professionals by delivering academic programs and practical experience opportunities that produce new professionals who are prepared to approach today and tomorrow s social problems from a solution-based perspective. Twenty years and counting... The School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Business Administration and Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work continue to educate communityconscious, globally-influenced students to become change agents and leaders who answer the call to create solutions, challenge inequality and make a difference as world citizens. Rebecca Dashiell-Mitchell, Ed.D., an alumna of CAU s School of Education, is the principal of Emma Hutchinson Elementary School within the Atlanta Public School System. The year-round school is a Title I Distinguished School that has met Adequate Yearly Progress for six consecutive years according to the No Child Left Behind Act. Dr. Dashiell-Mitchell and her faculty have led this urban school from Needs Improvement School status to Title I Distinguished School status. She earned a Doctorate of Education from CAU in Dr. Dashiell-Mitchell on what is required of teachers in urban settings today to best educate children and prepare them for success. In a time of rising academic expectations and limited resources, 21st century educators must seek and embrace scientifically based research that supports best teaching and learning practices presented in comprehensive school reforms. Dr. Dashiell-Mitchell on describing her experience as a student at CAU s School of Education and how that experience prepared her for her role today as principal of an urban school. Special experiences with policies, action, research, and numerous opportunities to collaborate to effect students success can be attributed to the sense of urgency and methodologies studied at Clark Atlanta University. Over the last 12 years, as an urban educational leader, I have witnessed the unfolding of my/our vision, We Are United To Build A Better Global Community... One Child, One Teacher, One Parent, One Community Business Partner at a Time! We have moved forward to weave the vision into the fabric of our rigorous instructional program. Today, we have strategically moved our school from an NCLB Needs Improvement School status to Title I Distinguished School status. Dr. Dashiell-Mitchell on the importance of the School of Education s focus on preparing students to be change agents. For the last 12 years, the Emma Hutchinson Elementary School has had a rich legacy of preparing future teachers to be change agents through partnership with Clark Atlanta University s School of Education. Within the last three years, with the policy changes with NCATE/PDS and Georgia Performance Standards, through the Director of Field Services, the partnership focus has become most rigorous and a win-win for Hutchinson students who meet and exceed Georgia Performance Standards and Clark Atlanta University future teachers who are immediately hired. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

14 BY MARCIA JONES CROSS CAuPRI CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY PROCESS RENEWAL INITIATIVE CAU s continued progress involves breaking down silos, building communication Clark Atlanta University faculty and staff were charged by President Carlton E. Brown (then EVP/Provost Brown) to re-engineer their thinking by breaking down silos and building communication. This charge led to the birth of the Clark Atlanta University Process Renewal Initiative (CAuPRI), the roadmap for the University s future in terms of strengthening overall processes and systems. The goal of the initiative is to place greater emphasis on service and responsiveness to all constituencies with the total integration of the BANNER system as the tool. The project will require University-wide participation. Faculty and staff were initially engaged last spring and summer in CAuPRI s daily and weekly process improvement assessments and needs assessments sessions with SunGard Higher Education consultants in addition to their regular responsibilities. CAU s current state processes and recommendations for improvement were documented, areas needing immediate improvements were identified, and initial improvements were made in the process improvement assessment sessions. During the needs assessments sessions, CAU s future state processes were documented, future state process flows and narratives were developed, and primary training was completed. To date, all future state processes have been reviewed with each CAU department and an initial roadmap has been developed for moving forward. I believe more awareness, more coordination between departments, and improved communications have been the biggest impacts of CAuPRI, said Lucille Maugé, chief compliance officer and team leader of the CAuPRI initiative. CAU was operating in a silo effect, but the extensive collaboration required among departments by CAuPRI has started to create a major shift in how we view our services and is breaking down organizational barriers. The spirit of collaboration has enabled employees to close gaps in areas where they had questions before. Maugé also said some of the Process Improvement Assessment (PIA) recommendations were accomplished immediately without being a part of the CAuPRI project management. Moreover, SunGard consultants were able to assist staff with fixing some of the more immediate problem areas. 12 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

15 Members of CAU s Division of Institutional Advancement and University Relations accept a Certificate of Excellence Award for CAuPRI accomplishments from President Carlton E. Brown (rear, far right) at a recent CAuPRi awards ceremony. Holding award are (L-R) Aristide J. Collins, Jr., vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations and Dacia Amey, director of Advancement Services. Staff has welcomed the process, said Kevin Davis, project manager for CAuPRI. There was excellent participation and the people who were engaged in the sessions were really trying to think of ways to improve the process. Davis added people also had a better understanding of the process because a cross-functional approach was used. Last November, the University celebrated the completion of the CAuPRI s first milestone. President Carlton E. Brown and members of the Executive Cabinet were on hand to bestow Certificates of Appreciation to staff members from those departments that had been involved in the process improvement and needs assessments process. The Spring 2009 semester begins the execution of Phase I in the areas of student enrollment, student activities, financial aid and student accounts receivable. It will also include data integrity (clean-up), which involves looking at the entire BANNER infrastructure across the University, on-line requisitioning, and completing the employee pledge process an integrated payroll deduction process with Institutional Advancement and University Relations, Human Resources and Finance so employees can use this function to donate to the University. Additionally, the next phase includes developing policies and procedures; reviewing and revising the core set-up structure of BANNER; providing ongoing BANNER Training; building a Project Task Plan; developing rules to ensure data integrity/cleaning existing data; and re-engineering the data collection process for admission to CAU. CAU s future state impact will definitely benefit students. It involves a more streamlined and efficient admission process, increased efficiency in the financial aid process, and more timely and effective communications to CAU students. For CAU faculty and staff, there will be consistent and improved data integrity across all departments as faculty and staff data will be online; University and departmental policies and procedures will be documented; and training materials to improve knowledge transfer will be available. Ultimately, the future state impact ensures CAU will have a stronger compliance environment. By breaking down silos, and building communication, the CAuPRI is well on its way in accomplishing this goal. The key to the success of this project is the commitment from everyone at the University students, faculty and staff, because they all use the tool (BANNER), said Maugé. We need everyone s help to drive the change in how we maximize the tool. We have to compete with our aspirant universities. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

16 BY AUDREY ARTHUR CAU s Communications Gems A Glimpse Inside WCLK and CAU-TV Located in the lower-level of Woodruff Hall are two Clark Atlanta University communication gems: 91.9 FM WCLK, Atlanta s longest operating jazz station, and CAU-TV, a well-regarded training ground for mass media students. WCLK-FM Jazz 91.9 FM WCLK, The Jazz of the City, is a national icon, with 35 years of excellence in programming to its credit. WCLK s initial programming format in the 1970s innovative at the time blended gospel, oldies, and blues with jazz, its mainstay genre. In the 1980s and 1990s, other stations began to borrow from WCLK s tried and true formula. Now, well into the new millennium, traditional and contemporary jazz has continued as a staple among WCLK s diverse musical offerings. In response, WCLK was named best jazz station in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine in 2007 and has been voted best radio station for the last eight years by Creative Loafing readers. Station representatives were recently invited to the White House where WCLK was recognized as one of the best HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities) radio stations. Wendy Williams, a CAU alumnus and WCLK s general manager, does not intend to rest on these laurels. She has been with the station since 1994 and is focused on keeping it relevant and viable. WCLK stays competitive on a modest budget of which Clark Atlanta University supports 40 percent, and the remainder is raised through fundraisers and grants. Clark Atlanta has been our blessing. They are our biggest cheerleaders, said Williams. The station is fertile training ground for CAU students. Up to 30 students intern at the station each semester. We try to give them the total station experience, said Williams. They are trained in their area of interest. The goal is by the time they leave at the end of a semester, they can write public service announcements, assist in producing a radio spot, handle a ticket giveaway, schedule interviews or write a press release. WCLK s staff is comprised of seasoned professionals. There have been instances where students who have interned at the station come full circle as full-time employees. Tracy Ross Ringer was one of those students. She is now the station s traffic and continuity coordinator and Web site coordinator. A typical day at WCLK is anything but typical, said Ringer. But that s what I enjoy about my job. I have exposure to every part of the station. According to Shed Jackson, WCLK s marketing director, it s important to go beyond the broadcast booth and reach out to the community. We not only play jazz, we teach it, said Jackson. There are things we do on the education side to ensure jazz stays alive and our listeners come to know the history and fundamentals of the genre. To that end, WCLK hosts jazz symposiums and panel discussions at middle schools, high schools and community centers, and during the spring and summer months, is a supporter of Wednesday WindDown, a free jazz concert series held in downtown Atlanta. WCLK plans to kick off its 35th anniversary with a concert in April at the Rialto Center with Take 6 and other awardwinning musicians. Throughout the year, and into 2010, there will be a sequence of events at venues around Atlanta celebrating the The Jazz of the City. Simply put, WCLK represents the true essence of jazz with its music programming and cultural events, said Jackson. CAU-TV When CAU-TV came on the air in 1984 it was Atlanta s first educational access television station. Some five years earlier, then Clark College President Elias Blake and a team of administrators and faculty, set out to raise funds to establish a broadcast facility for the College s mass communications program and broadcast management sequence. With the help of financial contributions from alumni and friends of the College, CAU-TV (then CCTV) debuted on cable channel 4 with 12 hours of daily programming. 14 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

17 CAU-TV ALUMNI HAVE GONE ON TO WORK FOR NATIONAL NETWORKS SUCH AS CNN, MTV, BET AND WTBS AND LOCAL NETWORK STATIONS AROUND THE COUNTRY. Today, CAU-TV is broadcast on cable channel 23, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It serves as a forum for community programming and as a hands-on training facility for students, who are responsible for creating at least 15 hours of original programming per month for a viewing audience of about 90,000 homes within Atlanta city limits. Each semester, there are close to 20 students on payroll, with a host of student interns and volunteers from the Atlanta University Center rounding out the schedule all of whom are advised by five faculty members and professional staff, including Murdell McFarlin, station manager. Whether it s 8 a.m., 12 midnight or some time in between, at least one or two students can be found in the studio editing or filming some portion of their assigned show. Programs currently airing on CAU-TV include Newsbreak, a live, five-minute news show broadcast twice daily, five days a week from the field; Potpourri, an in-studio public-affairs show that airs weekly; Tempo, which covers the Atlanta entertainment scene; and Jazzy Cooking with Esther and Morris, hosted by two 91.9 FM WCLK radio personalities. Neishia Deas, a senior Mass Media Arts major with a concentration in television, radio and film, often burns the midnight oil in the studio. She is the producer of Potpourri and has worked at the station for the last year and a half. My experience has been beyond worthwhile, she said. I realize there are more avenues to being in television besides being in front of the camera. There s also producing, editing, script writing, camera operation, and it s all a team effort. For Deas, who spends on average 40 hours a week at CAU- TV, the benefits far outweigh the time sacrificed. If you leave the University [in my area of study] without working at the station, I believe you ve put yourself 10 steps behind anyone who has the experience. I ve learned life lessons about prioritizing, being reliable, being cognizant of others time. I ve gained the respect of media people that I ve worked side by side with because they respect the hustle and the fact that I m putting in the same effort that they are to get a story, and I m still in college. Those kinds of acknowledgements can put you ahead once you are in the workforce. As one of the founders of Newsbreak, Ebony Smith, also a senior Mass Media Arts major with a concentration in radio, television and film, is equally appreciative for her experience at CAU-TV. Smith eventually wants to own a television production company. I ve learned to be more creative when it comes to expressing myself and it s given me a chance to learn what are my strengths and weaknesses, she said. The television station, fully funded by Clark Atlanta University, is a support department for the Division of Communication Arts. To work at the station students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average. CAU students who come out of this program are students with a strong work ethic. They leave with a skill base that has made them ready for middle-level management, said McFarlin. CAU-TV alumni have gone on to work for national networks such as CNN, MTV, BET and WTBS and local network stations around the country. In the coming months, CAU-TV plans to team up with WCLK and stream the radio station s broadcast live over the Internet to a global audience. Closer to home, McFarlin would like to see CAU-TV expand its reach outside Fulton to other metro Atlanta counties, but for now she has set her sights on Southwest Atlanta. I d like for CAU-TV to be the voice of Southwest Atlanta and we are getting there. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

18 BY AUDREY ARTHUR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS: The Panther Newspaper is Shaping Tomorrow s Journalists The Panther, Clark Atlanta University s student-run newspaper, is both a voice for Clark Atlanta University (CAU) students and a time capsule documenting the momentous, controversial and normal goings-on that impact CAU and the Atlanta University Center community. 16 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

19 The Panther comes out every two weeks with the help of five section editors (news, nation/world, student life, arts/entertainment and sports) and 15 to 20 reporters. Arika Lawrence, The Panther s editor-in-chief, has volunteered at the newspaper since freshman year, and is preparing to graduate in May. I think The Panther is a wonderful vehicle for journalism students to understand the industry and learn about aspects of production, advertising and marketing, she said. You definitely get hands-on experience and retain information better and execute tactics more fluidly by writing for The Panther. Ansley Brown, a junior, is the arts/entertainment editor. A lot of thought goes into this section since it covers such a broad spectrum music, theater, television. I enjoy it. I get to be creative. For Brown, who plans to go into public relations after graduation, writing for The Panther has allowed her to build up an all-important collection of writing samples. I have not yet had an internship that has not asked me for [writing samples], she said. In the 25 or so years it has been around, The Panther has earned a multitude of awards from the Southern Regional Press Institute including best of in the following categories: overall, feature, layout design and photography. Like countless papers across the country that are adapting to the changing habits of its readers, The Panther made the leap to the Internet six years ago. Online readership averages from 600 to 800 weekly reads into the thousands. With each new print edition, The Panther distributes 3,000 copies of the newspaper around campus. Despite a dire outlook for print media, with newspapers and magazines folding practically every month, Lawrence and Brown are optimistic about the future of the industry. I don t think online will ever totally replace hard copy, said Brown. People like the personal aspect of reading that comes with an actual newspaper or magazine. But, at the same time, people also enjoy the immediacy of online. It s a matter of making it all accessible. Anastasia Semien started as a contributing writer at The Panther her freshman year. Now a junior, Semien is managing editor for the newspaper. Her most memorable story written to date involved capturing the moment the campus community learned Barack Obama had clinched the presidential nomination. I recall interviewing people who were in tears, she said. I witnessed some pretty raw emotions from the students on campus. I definitely think it was a milestone for me as a journalist. Semien wants to continue digging deep into stories as an investigative reporter for a newspaper or magazine. I want to be the voice for others who may not have any other option to be heard. Alumni Remember Their Panther Experience Jayme Bradford (CAU 93) is an assistant professor of mass communications at Voorhees College in Denmark, S.C. During her four years at The Panther, Bradford held several positions, including news editor and editor-in-chief. I think my time at The Panther definitely honed my work ethic. It was about being diligent, about putting in extra work to get the job done. It was often not a 9 to 5 schedule. But that was the fulfillment, getting those deadlines met and getting the story done. I think it s an essential experience for every journalist who wants to work for a newspaper. Not only does it build character, it s a wonderful practicum with helping you to become a journalist. And to be honest, to me, you are not a serious journalism student if you are not involved with your school newspaper. It s a calling; everyone is not going to make it. Jonathan Landrum (CAU 03) is a reporter for the Associated Press in Atlanta. He wrote for The Panther his junior and senior year, serving as the assistant sports editor. The Panther was a stepping stone for me. It was an introduction into journalism just the whole newspaper business. I think most of all from a newspaper perspective, it taught me the chain of command of a newspaper, how your story can be edited, and how you can also learn from other writers. I had really great camaraderie with other journalists, and at the same time, I was around other journalists who were my age and had the same hopes as I. Chandra Thomas (CAU 95) is an Atlanta-based freelance writer for numerous magazines including Essence, Ebony, Heart and Soul, Diverse Issues in Higher Education and People. She joined The Panther staff during freshman year, starting out as a reporter and went on to become the newspaper s lifestyles editor. The Panther was a great opportunity for hands-on experience and to basically put yourself in real situations problem solving, figuring out creative solutions to problems and perseverance. We had challenges and had to figure out how to get around them. The friends I made through my Panther experience, I m still friends with today. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

20 BY AUDREY ARTHUR TITLE III ADVANCING ACADEMIC SUCCESS AT CAU The Civil Rights Movement was at its height in 1965 when the Higher Education Act was passed under President Lyndon B. Johnson s Great Society social reform agenda. The intent of the Act was to level the playing field and ensure higher education was accessible to all students regardless of their socio economic background. The Title III Program was established under the auspices of the Higher Education Act to strengthen Historically Black Colleges and Universities through a grant process. Title III was introduced to focus on four areas in higher education: institutional management (incorporating distinguished faculty into the University), fiscal stability (financial strength and institutional advancement), academic quality (rigorous programming) and student services (recruitment, retention and graduation of talented students). In 1965, Clark College and Atlanta University were among the first six HBCUs designated to receive Title III funding. From the start, Clark Atlanta University received funding as both an HBCU and HBGI (Historically Black Graduate Institution). Today, Clark Atlanta University is counted among 96 HBCUs and 24 HGBIs that receive Title III grants. The result of Title III funding are visibly evident at Clark Atlanta with completed and ongoing construction renovations dotting the campus skyline. An increase in academic instruction space is a priority of Title III funding, said Connie Hannah-Willis, director of Clark Atlanta s Title III Program HBCU/HGBI. The buildings we have renovated to date have been here since the beginning of the institution. We have maintained their historic, architectural integrity and at the same time upgraded their facilities. More than 40 years after it was instituted, Title III continues to have a profound and positive impact at Clark Atlanta University, said Dr. Carlton E. Brown, president of Clark Atlanta University. Most importantly, Title III supports the overall academic success of our students. We have used funds prudently to ensure the University s physical plant remains viable and up-to-date with brick and mortar and technological upgrades to academic buildings, state-of-the-art computer labs and research facilities. With the support of Title 18 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

21 Freshman students receive laptops as part of a pilot program funded by Title III. III, CAU has worked to ensure its students are properly equipped for 21st century learning. At a time of economic crisis in our country, Title III is all the more critical to the fiscal stability of the University because it is a source of financial assistance that enables Clark Atlanta to award scholarships and fellowships to graduate students completing their advanced science degrees. More than $16.5 million in Title III funds have been used to renovate academic instructional buildings such as Thayer Hall, Clement Hall and Haven-Warren Hall. CAU is currently in the pre-construction stage of the restoration of Wright- Young Hall, with phase one completion anticipated by September 2009 and three additional phases planned. Improvements to Oglethorpe Hall are currently on the drawing board. Clark Atlanta has made strategic application of HBGI grants to keep its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students on the cutting edge of technology. A state-of-the-art information technology lab, located in the Thomas W. Cole, Jr. Research Center for Science and Technology, was recently completed for graduate science students. Campus-wide technology infrastructure upgrades include the installation of videoconference technology, Web CT, network stabilization, system network management, storage enhancement, disaster recovery and enhancement. Title III has also been critical to academic achievement at the University because it has enabled CAU to support the personal technology needs of its students. In fall 2008, Clark Atlanta launched its First-Time/First-Year Pilot Laptop Loan Program. To date, as part of the program, some 1,200 Dell laptops have been made available for loan to first-year undergraduate and graduate students. When it comes down to dollars and cents, Title III grants account for more than 50 percent of the federal monies Clark Atlanta will receive in Since the academic year, Clark Atlanta University s HBCU grant allocation awards have totaled $23,242,601. Within that same timeframe, the University s HGBI grant allocations add up to $24,218,107. Clark Atlanta was included in a group of HBCUs that received an appropriation resulting from the College Cost Reduction Act 2007 by which $85 million would be distributed among the HBCUs during the and academic periods. While all of these allocations are significant, under George W. Bush s administration, Title III funding was decreased. Cuts in Title III funding, combined with the current socio economic times, can be devastating to the fiscal well being of the institution, said Hannah-Willis. Without these funds, we would not be able to upgrade buildings, provide campus-wide technology upgrades, afford state-of the-art labs for student use and continue to offer certain student services. We must uphold our classification as a Carnegie Research University and designation as a premier institution of higher learning by maintaining our research facilities and hiring top-notch faculty to teach our students. Our students could potentially suffer because the University cannot absorb these kinds of costs on its own. Those engaged in the success of CAU need to contact their representatives in Congress, on the institution s behalf, to express their support for Title III, added Hannah-Willis. If Clark Atlanta is going to sustain its academic standards, we need to make sure we have the tools, programs and capital in place that our students need to be competitive. Title III is essential to continuing our progress. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

22 UNIVERSITY NEWS CAU graduate student Shed Jackson and New York Times bestselling author JL King have coauthored Sexual Orientation and Its Impact on Schools: A Guide for Middle and Secondary Educators. The guide examines the challenges that minority students and educators experience in promoting equitable education and safety in the face of homophobia. The book has received rave reviews and is being considered as a preferred read in the Philadelphia school system. During opening convocation in September, marking the beginning of the 20-year celebration of the consolidation of Atlanta University and Clark College, President Dr. Carlton E. Brown delivered the address as CAU s third president. Afterward, New Residential Apartments were renamed Dr. James P. Brawley Hall, after the 19th president of former Clark College. Dr. Gerald Hood, representing the Men of Brawley, spoke from the podium. Former President Bill Clinton visited CAU to lead a rally for Democrat Jim Martin s Senate runoff race last November. (L-R) CAU President Dr. Carlton E. Brown, T. LaVerne Ricks- Brown and President Clinton In Davage Auditorium on campus, the Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society recently taped promotional spots for upcoming movies on Peachtree TV, as a part of a partnership between the University and Turner Broadcasting System. 20 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

23 COMPILED BY LARRY CALHOUN Clark Atlanta University is listed among the top 20 universities that grant doctoral degrees to blacks, as reported in The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. The Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association selected CAU s School of Business Administration as its 2008 Educational Institution of the Year, in recognition of the academic excellence of CAU s MBA program. The 5th Annual National Symposium on Prostate Cancer at Clark Atlanta University will be held March 15-17, 2009, in the Thomas W. Cole, Jr., Research Center for Science and Technology. Visit for details. Officials at CAU and Spelman College held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this fall to celebrate the completion of a $12 million renovation of the John B. Shepherd Central Utility Plant, located on CAU s campus. The plant services 14 buildings at Clark Atlanta, 14 at Morehouse College and 23 at Spelman College. Energy Systems Group completed the renovations, which provide steam, hot water for heating and chilled water for cooling, using technology that helps the schools to go green. Hundreds of CAU students participated in a Day of Civic Engagement, designated by CAU President Carlton E. Brown, to encourage voter participation during the historic Nov. 4 presidential election. With classes cancelled, students served as poll watchers, canvassed neighborhoods to encourage residents to vote and displayed voting signage on street corners and majors intersections. The night culminated with a crowded TV-viewing party on the election results, held in the Bishop Cornelius L. Henderson Student Center, where cheers about the Obama win went out across campus and into history. Unveiled last year for Black History Month by the U.S. Postal Service, the Charles Waddell Chesnutt Black Heritage Stamp commemorates Chesnutt s work as an author. Born on June 20, 1858, in Cleveland, Ohio, Chesnutt became a lawyer, noted businessman and author, acclaimed for his collections of short stories. In 1998, the Charles Waddell Chesnutt Association was chartered by the Department of English at CAU to sponsor panels and programs that enhance the critical study of Chesnutt s work. Clark Atlanta University sophomore Tashay Reid, who was recently crowned Miss Black Georgia USA, poses with CAU President Dr. Carlton E. Brown. Reid, a Mass Media Arts major, also won Most Photogenic, the People s Choice Award, and the Best Interview Award, during the recent pageant. The Cleveland, Ohio native will compete in the Miss Black USA pageant in Washington, D.C., next June. Reid is the youngest contestant to be crowned Miss Black Georgia USA; she also served as Miss Freshman at Clark Atlanta. Dr. Brown said, The CAU family is extremely proud of Ms. Reid s accomplishments. She is a fine example of the quality of student that we have at the University who can successfully compete with those from any other institution of higher education. INAUGURATION OF DR. CARLTON E. BROWN POSTPONED Due to the current economic climate, which is affecting the University and the nation, the Presidential Inauguration of Dr. Carlton E. Brown, originally scheduled from March 31 through April 3, 2009, will be postponed until a further date that is yet to be determined. The University will announce the new date for inaugural activities when that date has been determined. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

24 BY JENNIFER JILES Growing the Research Enterprise The Division of Research and Sponsored Programs One might say that Dr. Marcus W. Shute s career was pre-destined long before he joined CAU as vice president of the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP). As a child, the future award-winning research engineer and scientist possessed a high aptitude in math and science, and while most youngsters his age were playing with chemistry sets purchased at a toy store, young Shute and his brother spent a lot of time playing in their mother s lab at Meharry Medical College. Their mother, Professor Elizabeth Shute, is a retired biochemist who supported and encouraged her sons interest in science. I also enjoyed taking things apart to see how and why they worked, said Dr. Shute. I maintained that type of curiosity throughout my education and eventually decided to pursue a career as a research engineer and scientist. During his matriculation at Tennessee State University (where he became the first person to graduate with a 4.00 out of 4.00 cumulative GPA), he secured an internship at the renowned Bell Laboratories and ended up working with them for more than 17 years after the internship. Shute, who holds several patents and is a registered professional engineer, was only the third African American to earn a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and was selected as the recipient of the 1994 U.S. Black Engineer of the Year Award as Most Promising Engineer. He is recipient of the 2005 National Technical Association Technical Achiever of the Year Award Engineering, and led the design and completion of a new 62,000 sq. ft. research facility at Tennessee State with state-of-the-art nanoscience and biotechnology core laboratory facilities funded by a $2 million grant that he obtained from the Department of Defense. He was also selected as a finalist in the Class of 2000 NASA Mission Specialist Astronaut Program. Today, he leads CAU s Division of Research and Sponsored Programs, which delivers one-stop, value-added support and management throughout the research process for CAU s faculty, staff and students. RSP is responsible for research administration and management of all sponsored programs activity (both research and creative works) at the University. Currently, the students, faculty and staff at CAU are involved in research and scholarly activities that address global issues that we face today, such as development of new materials through the use of nanotechnology, human health, national security, energy, and the environment, said Dr. Shute. Our Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development is one of the leading centers for prostate cancer research. The Center for Functional Nanoscale Materials is engaged in exciting research at the intersection of nanotechnology and biotechnology, as are other units on campus. The Environmental Justice Resource Center continues to serve as a catalyst in addressing environmental justice issues, particularly for minority populations. RSP continues to be engaged in a myriad of other sponsored program activities in education, business and the social sciences that will position the research enterprise at CAU for phenomenal growth, innovation and leadership. 22 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

25 A Conversation with Marcus W. Shute, Ph.D., P.E. CAU MAGAZINE: What led you to accept the position as vice president for Research and Sponsored Programs at Clark Atlanta University? DR. MARCUS SHUTE: Clark Atlanta University has enjoyed much success in research and creative works in the past. I believe there is tremendous opportunity and potential at Clark Atlanta University to continue to make significant contributions. In addition, there is unrealized potential to engage the corporate sector as well as other institutions in research collaborations that leverage our expertise and strengths. Under President Brown s leadership, I firmly believe that the research enterprise at CAU will grow and flourish. CAU MAGAZINE: What do you see as RSP s greatest contributions to the University and how does your division facilitate the further development of the research enterprise at CAU? MS: Our greatest contributions will be in the areas of positioning the research enterprise for future growth in contract R&D activities with the corporate sector, developing the physical research infrastructure at the University by working with our congressional delegation and corporate partners, and continuing to monitor research compliance. CAU MAGAZINE: From your perspective, why is there a greater value being placed on university-generated research by the higher education community as well as the private sector and what does this mean for institutions like Clark Atlanta University? MS: In recent years, most new innovations and discoveries can be traced back to academic research. There is increased value placed on academic research by the corporate sector because in many cases it is more cost effective. In addition, some institutions have received significant revenue generated by licensing the discoveries from academic research. Most HBCUs and minority-serving institutions have not participated in this activity in a big way. As a leading research institution, CAU is uniquely positioned to be a major contributor provided we take the necessary means to protect, market, and commercialize the intellectual property developed by our faculty, staff, and students through sponsored programs activity or with the use of University resources. CAU MAGAZINE: Your division has developed a new publication that will soon be available. Tell us about the magazine, why it was created and what you see as the publication s contributions to research. MS: Two new publications have been developed by our talented staff to highlight the research and sponsored programs activities at the University. The Radar is an e-newsletter that is published bi-weekly to inform faculty and staff about activities, funding opportunities and other important information. The Research Spotlight is the annual report of the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs. CAU MAGAZINE: What s ahead for Research and Sponsored programs in 2009? MS: We will pursue new research initiatives in critical, high growth areas such as nanobiotechnology, sensors, computational sciences, energy, homeland security, and the environment. We intend to develop and launch a fully functional Web portal that will provide easy access to information about the research enterprise at CAU as well as material to assist our faculty staff and students in obtaining and executing grants and contracts (see for more information). We look forward to working with University Relations and Institutional Advancement as well as the President s Office to engage our corporate partners and congressional delegation to support the growth of the research enterprise at CAU and the University in general. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

26 BY JENNIFER JILES John W. Daniels, Jr. A Leader s Perspectives on Leadership When John W. Daniels, Jr., joined Clark Atlanta University s Board of Trustees in 2007, CAU gained a trustee who has a long history of involvement and support of higher education institutions and is also one of the nation s most outstanding real estate lawyers and entrepreneurs. A graduate of Harvard Law School and a partner in and chairman of Quarles & Brady LLP, Daniels has strategically built and sustained an extraordinary career in law and business. Trustee Daniels is the first African American in the United States to chair an AmLaw 200 firm. He is past national president of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. Daniels has been recognized by numerous organizations for his ability to develop sophisticated solutions to complex problems. He was recently selected as one of the 50 most influential lawyers in the United States as part of the National Law Journal s survey of leading minority attorneys. Daniels, who is also a successful entrepreneur, sits on several boards and has a passion for involvement with charitable causes that advance the interests of youth. He shares with CAU Magazine some of his views, perspectives and wisdom on leadership, professional development and what young people can do to prepare for success in a competitive, global marketplace. 24 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

27 Every time I visit the campus, I am inspired by not only the commitment of the faculty, but the enormous promise that the student body provides for our society. Serving on the Clark Atlanta University Board of Trustees CAU Magazine: What led to your decision to join CAU s Board of Trustees? JOHN W. DANIELS, JR.: Clark Atlanta University has a unique place in American history, having trained literally thousands of individuals who are having an impact in multitudes of communities. It is an environment that features the best talents of people and creates world-class leaders. I know the importance of such institutions in a global economy and I was proud to be associated with and to be part of one. CAU Magazine: What keeps you engaged in your role as a trustee? JWD: As a trustee of Clark Atlanta University, I have the unique opportunity to share a legal and business perspective that hopefully will enable continuing growth and success of the institution. The importance of education in terms of changing the life opportunities of the students at CAU is something that any trustee is excited about. Every time I visit the campus, I am inspired by not only the commitment of the faculty, but the enormous promise that the student body provides for our society. Perspectives on Leadership CAU Magazine: You have garnered a number of accomplishments, honors, and awards, including the Distinguished Leadership Award by the Leader s Forum and the 2008 Leadership Award by the National Bar Association. What are three top principles of leadership that you believe contribute to your success and that new professionals can use as they begin their careers or pursue advanced degrees? JWD: Vision to identify what you really want from your work experience and to understand the importance of considering long-term success. Courage to reach beyond your comfort level when pursuing your goals. Tenacity to remain committed to your personal and professional goals. How Students Can Prepare for Success in a Global Marketplace CAU Magazine: You have been able to build and sustain your success over the duration of your career. What do you attribute as the keys to your success? JWD: Being passionate about the work I do inside and outside of the office. Fully embracing the concept of teamwork. Commitment to excellence in all that I do. CAU Magazine: Share with us your perspectives on some key strategies that young men and women can implement now to prepare for a successful transition from the classroom to a career. JWD: I think the most important thing students can do to prepare for their career is to make sure they are applying themselves in the classroom now. The diligence that is practiced in their school work, such as being prepared for class each day, studying each lesson in preparation for major exams, and putting forth 100 percent now will translate how you move forward in your career. Today s students also need to understand the importance of relationships and communication skills. Most students who leave college feel as though the work they did in college the book knowledge doesn t translate to real-life work experience. The truth is, you may not utilize everything you learned in the classroom, but throughout your life, you will use the communication skills you have honed during your college years. CAU Magazine: How should Clark Atlanta University best prepare students for leadership, given the realities of today s competitive marketplace? JWD: In my view, the University must continue to create opportunities for students to be exposed to the challenges of our competitive market. By providing access to information on new technologies, offering programs to introduce students to the ever-changing business models in the workforce, and creating mentoring opportunities to help students map out successful career tracks, the University will serve as a resource and model for success. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

28 CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE UPDATE BY MARCIA JONES CROSS TAKING THE LEAD CAU is a major player in prostate cancer research CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY S CENTER FOR CANCER Research and Therapeutic Development (CCRTD) is increasingly becoming well known among major prostate cancer researchers across the country and around the world, rivaling academic research institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Emory and Georgia Tech. Although the Center is all-inclusive in terms of cancer research, its primary focus is the study and research of prostate cancer. Many felt we couldn t compete with Emory, Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia, said Dr. Shafiq Khan, CCRTD director for the past five years. We had to dispel the notion of being an HBCU [that] is not able to do cutting edge research. So we identified one unique angle that no one else was doing and that was prostate cancer. We have almost completely finished what we set out to accomplish in five years and we are now on our way to having a Center that is self-sufficient within the next five years. According to CCRTD s mission statement, the decision to focus on prostate cancer emerged from the significantly higher rate of incidence and mortality among African-American men due to this disease, and to the unique expertise of CCRTD faculty that can be readily applied to this area of research. The incidence rate of prostate cancer is 65 percent higher and the mortality rate due to prostate cancer is almost double in African- American men when compared to Caucasian men. Under Khan s leadership, the Center has hired three faculty and three senior scientists and there are 45 people affiliated with the work of the Center. This includes faculty, research scientists, undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs and lab technicians. The Center brings in more than $800,000 in indirect costs and $3 million in direct costs to the University. The CCRTD is funded primarily by the Research Center in Minority Institutions (RCMI) program of the National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and supported by the Georgia Research Alliance. The Center is composed of a multidisciplinary team of faculty from several departments including, Biology, Chemistry, Education, Engineering and Social Work. The Center has developed an ongoing relationship with WCLK- FM and CAU-TV to help promote awareness about prostate cancer to the general public. Recently, WCLK launched a news talk show, Men s Healthline with Dr. [James] Bennett airing every third Wednesday at 6 p.m. Dr. Bennett is a CAU alumnus, noted urologist and an adjunct professor at CAU. CCRTD s Prostate Cancer Leadership Conference Dr. Shafiq Khan, director of CCRTD, (Center) stands with Conference attendees. People realize CAU is a major player, said Khan. We now have a great reputation on two levels, in the community and professional recognition. Within one year, the Center received two grants totaling nearly $15 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The first grant of $6.5 million was awarded to CCRTD to establish the Center for Excellence for Prostate Cancer Research, Education and Community Services and will support research, training and community outreach activities as related to prostate cancer in the African-American community. The grant will support three individual research projects and six pilot projects in the area of cell and molecular biology of prostate cancer as well as support scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students in the area of prostate cancer. The grant will also provide initial support to develop a communitybased education component in prostate cancer and to establish a program for raising awareness on prevention, screening, early detection and treatment of prostate cancer. NIH also awarded a $7.2 million grant to enable CCRTD to expand its facilities and hire more researchers. The five-year grant will also support four doctoral and four post doctoral students. The CCRTD received funding totaling more than $900,000 for two research grants from the Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program in Prostate Cancer. Also, funding for the University s RCMI grant was renewed for the next five years in the amount of $7,820,296. CAU s 5th Annual National Symposium on Prostate Cancer is scheduled for March 16-19, CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

29 SPORTS UPDATE BY REUBEN PEREZ Remembering former CAU football standout Chuck Evans GETTY IMAGES On October 14, 2008, the Clark Atlanta University family lost former Panther standout Chuck Evans, who died of a heart attack at Cobb County Medical Center in Marietta, Ga. He was 41. Described by many as a gentle warrior, the 6-foot-1 inch, 245 pounder played both safety and tailback during his playing days at Clark Atlanta from After a stellar collegiate career at CAU, Evans was drafted in the 11th round of the 1992 draft by the Minnesota Vikings. He was the starting fullback and a key part to the 1998 Vikings that went 15-1 while also helping lead the team to an NFL record of the most points scored in a season, 566, a record that was not broken until nine years later by the New England Patriots. Evans was one of the nearly a dozen players who followed offensive coordinator Brian Billick to Baltimore when he became head coach for the Ravens in In 2000, he only started in one game with the Ravens, but played a huge role in Baltimore s Super Bowl victory. He retired from the Ravens in 2000 and remained a part of the Baltimore community, while becoming an area radio personality. Upon his death, Evans left behind a wife, two daughters, one brother, two sisters as well as a multitude of loving nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles and cousins. Winston Thompson Named to the Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Super Region Clark Atlanta University sophomore running back Winston Thompson has been named to the 2008 Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Super Region two second team as voted on by the members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Thompson, a 5-foot-9 inch, native of Miami, Fla., was a first team All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) selection this past season leading the conference in rushing with 1,134 yards, including five touchdowns and six 100-yard games. He also had 19 receptions for 247 yards, and finished second in the conference with 127 allpurpose yards per game. Thompson helped propel CAU to a 6-5 overall record this past season including a 5-4 mark in the conference, finishing fifth in the 10-team conference. It was the Panthers first winning season since The team is sponsored by Daktronics, Inc., an acknowledged world leader in scoring, timing and programmable display systems for virtually every sport at every level of competition. CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

30 ALUMNI AFFAIRS BY BARTON J. TAYLOR (CAU 98, CAU 01) N DEA DAVENPORT Finding a way or making one in music and life WWithout coming off as trapping her voice in a point of time, N Dea Davenport hasnot just survived in the music industry, but she has flourished as one of the industry s most respected singers. Since premiering as the front woman for the groundbreaking group Brand New Heavies, N Dea Davenport, a Clark Atlanta University alumna, has been commanding respect in the industry, on her terms since Traveling the world as a performer, artist, writer and most important, a participant in life, Davenport took time out of her busy schedule to talk to Clark Atlanta University Magazine about her days at (then) Clark College, her tenacious beginnings in the music business and how substance has outlasted flash. Following is a conversation with Davenport that demonstrates that true to the motto of her alma mater, she continues to Find a Way or Make One! CAU Magazine: Can you tell me a little about yourself? N DEA DAVENPORT: First of all, I m thrilled my alma mater wanted to interview me. About me I m originally from Atlanta. I attended Clark Atlanta University (then Clark College). I left to fulfill a passion that was manifesting in me the desire to express myself through music. I would classify myself as an International ATLien. CAU Magazine: What are you doing now? DAVENPORT: Currently, I m in the studio working with the Brand New Heavies project. I m also a big fan of collaborations, so I m also working with Ladybug Mecca (of Digable Planets) on her next solo effort. Finally, I m working on some new material for my next solo effort. I m starting to venture into new realms of music, particularly with the tempo, genres and textures. I m not a person to be constricted into a box, so it s refreshing to hear it come together. CAU Magazine: A lot of readers probably can still hear you with Guru on the Trust Me collaboration from his Jazzmatazz LP. Speaking of the Brand New Heavies (BNH), what is your favorite BNH song? DAVENPORT: I hope people are still listening to that; the collaboration felt natural because of the similarities between jazz and hip-hop and how hip-hop evolved from jazz. More important, it helps you connect with the truth and people connect with what s real. As far as my favorite BNH song, it s a tie between Stay This Way and Brother, Sister. The latter was written to highlight respect to all parents and the wisdom they offer. CAU Magazine: Give us your perspective on what s different about the music business now versus when you first started? DAVENPORT: The difference in the business now is the transition from a boutique environment to a mall environment. It s more about manufacturing divas than allowing the artists to evolve and showcase their natural talents. It s becoming maintaining the status quo versus how to do your job as an artist. Many artists are being built to dwell in the moment versus being allowed to create their moments musically. CAU Magazine: I read somewhere that you were a drummer. Is this true? What other hidden talents do you have? DAVENPORT: Wow. Yes, I am a drummer. I also play the piano, the flute and bass. A talent that people would not guess is I was an athlete while in school. I played basketball and softball. CAU Magazine: What brought you to Clark Atlanta University? DAVENPORT: Good question and a better answer. I never considered Clark Atlanta, as I originally applied to Spelman College. I submitted my application to Spelman and waited 28 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

31 THE THING I REMEMBER MOST IS SITTING IN DAVAGE AUDITORIUM AND THERE WOULD BE A PIANO ON THE STAGE AND I WOULD GO IN THERE AND OTHER STUDENTS WOULD BE IN THERE AND WE WOULD PLAY, SING, DANCE AND IT WOULD JUST BECOME SOMETHING TRULY AMAZING. and waited and waited. The irony of all this is that I was recruited by other schools for athletics but I still didn t hear anything from Spelman. My desire to attend the Atlanta University Center was there and I noticed Clark Atlanta was in the middle of it all. I submitted my application and received a prompt response and was given on-campus housing, which I wanted to experience as a student. The twist to this was Spelman finally responded with an acceptance letter. Clark Atlanta accepted me on the merits of my academic achievements. This touched me as a woman who wanted to be evaluated by who I am and what I bring and not how I look, as Spelman requested a photo of me. This value I still exercise in my music career. So, Clark Atlanta may not have been my first choice, but it was the best choice for me. CAU Magazine: What do you remember most about attending Clark Atlanta? DAVENPORT: The things I remember the most were based on my involvement in the arts. I would always sing at various shows on campus, produce pageants, things of that nature. The thing I remember most is sitting in Davage Auditorium and there would be a piano on the stage and I would go in there and other students would be in there and we would play, sing, dance and it would just become something truly amazing. CAU Magazine: Davage is still a special place on campus. They just refurbished it for future students to experience that magic many of us experienced during our matriculation. Speaking of experience, what professor/instructor had the greatest impact on you and why? DAVENPORT: That person would be my news writing instructor Aisha Nangi. She taught a number of us to open our eyes and not to be so accepting about everything given to us through the media. It was that idea of being an objective listener, reader and using this objectivity before forming a conclusion. CAU Magazine: Give me an example of a situation you faced in life where you had to Find a Way or Make One. DAVENPORT: I have always been the unofficial underdog so I think a great majority of the situations that one faces in life requires them to find a way or make one. The example that is most demonstrative of this for me is when I was trying to get my career of the ground. I don t think I ever shared this publicly but since it s Clark Atlanta, you ll be the first. I had left Atlanta to go to Los Angeles with $300 and a strong drive to make it as an entertainer. I was working at The Cast Theater as a stage manager for this one-woman show. I was living with a friend during the time and we had a disagreement. The result was my being kicked out. I found a way to live because the theater owner understood my situation and so I ended up living in the theater for a while. I would tell anyone: know what your strengths are and have the faith to persevere. Meet N Dea Davenport Favorite Number: 3 Cities to Visit: Venice, Italy New Orleans, La. Tokyo, Japan All-Time Albums: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back-Public Enemy Grace-Jeff Buckley Rare Gems/Hard to Find-Sly Stone and the Family One Word Analogies: Music-Adventurous Animal-Poodle Season-Summer Precious Stone-Rock Things to do in Atlanta: Walk Ride a bike Communicate among other races Things to Do in the Business: Read and research the industry Start working in the industry Become a music lover CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER

32 BY LARRY CALHOUN AND BET NEWS CAU hosts BET networks panel discussions Financial empowerment. Women in politics. Those were the topics of two powerful panel discussions held on campus last October by BET Networks. CAU President Carlton E. Brown brought greetings to a packed multipurpose room in the Bishop Cornelius L. Henderson Student Center to kick off the two-day event, held in conjunction with the BET Hip-Hop Awards, taped in Atlanta. Clark Atlanta University is proud to serve as the host of such an important forum, said Dr. Brown. This kind of exchange is an extension of our classroom activity, as we strive to maintain a superior learning environment to help prepare students for leadership in their chosen professions in light of real-world challenges. Debra L. Lee, chairman and CEO of BET Networks, said, We re so excited to bring the BET Hip-Hop Awards back to Atlanta for the third year in a row, and we couldn t be more thrilled about partnering with these organizations for these timely and important panel discussions about financial literacy and the role women of color play in politics. BET Networks has always had a strong commitment to educating and empowering our audience, and these two forums will provide our audience with a unique and engaging opportunity to discuss and learn about two of the most critical issues of today. On the financial empowerment panel, participants included Russell Simmons, Ludacris, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, and 106 & PARK s Terrence and Rocsi. The second panel, Fly Girls Vote: Hip-Hop Women for Change, was hosted by MC Lyte and moderated by cultural critic and journalist Michaela angela Davis. In the midst of the current crisis in the American economy, BET Networks created a partnership with the Hip-Hop Summit Action Network (HSAN), Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., and Enterprise Rent-A-Car to deliver crucial information to young people about how to manage their finances in this volatile market, and how to avoid debt or get out of debt. This grassroots effort has helped to engage young people in discussions about the importance of personal finance, covering such topics as the basics of banking, repairing and understanding credit scores, asset and wealth management, vehicle financing and home ownership. From Sojourner Truth to Sista Soulja, Harriet Tubman to Shirley Chisholm, and now to Michelle Obama, women of color have had an illustrious legacy in American politics, including the civil rights movement. The Fly Girls Vote town hall spoke directly of the hip-hop generation and featured a diverse group of panelists, special performances by Black Kold Medina (Trouble the Water), graffiti-style art and a lively Q&A discussion. The panel included Tricia Rose, professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, and activist Moya Bailey. BET Networks, a division of Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), is the nation s leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the African-American audience. The primary BET channel reaches more than 87 million households, according to Nielsen Media Research and can be seen in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. 30 CLARK ATLANTA MAGAZINE FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

33 Clark Atlanta University Report on Gifts and Contributions Fiscal Summaries

34 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS A Letter from Juanita P. Baranco Board of Trustees Chair Dear CAU Family, Friends and Supporters, Without question, the past few years have been eventful at Clark Atlanta University. I am proud to say that that our collective vision of becoming a leader in higher education is closer to being a reality than we ever envisioned. Dr. Carlton E. Brown became Clark Atlanta University s third president on August 1, 2008, joining the CAU family at a very important juncture in the University s history institution s 20th anniversary. Dr. Brown has brought to CAU a unique brand of leadership and passion and energy that will help Clark Atlanta achieve her destiny as an extraordinary institution. Yes, we continue to excel under challenging times, but there is good reason for the entire CAU family to be optimistic about what we have achieved and can achieve. We are focusing all of our knowledge, experience and commitment on setting and maintaining high performance standards, pursuing excellence, and sustaining a superior learning environment. I wish to extend many thanks to each and every one of you who invested in Clark Atlanta University, and thanks to those who continue to believe in us. Your support has made a CAU education possible for thousands of talented students from diverse backgrounds who are eager to build a better life for themselves, their families and their communities. As we celebrate 20 years of academic excellence and embark upon a re-energized Clark Atlanta under the leadership of a president who is a passionate advocate for higher education, we will be coming to all of our constituencies to support our efforts to raise the needed funds to keep CAU competitive. Clark Atlanta University has a bright future, and it is our fervent belief that our collaborative energies will keep us moving toward greatness. Thank you again for all you have done and continue to do for Clark Atlanta University! 32 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

35 A Message from Aristide J. Collins, Jr. Vice President for Institutional Advancement and University Relations CAU Family and Friends, It is nearly impossible to overstate the importance and value of our alumni, friends, corporate foundations, faith-based organizations and supporters of Clark Atlanta University (CAU). This report on gifts and contributions was published in recognition of your contributions during the past several years and to applaud your continued investment in CAU and the students that the University is preparing for leadership. Contributions are the lifeblood that sustain colleges and universities, and your generosity has certainly made a profound difference in further strengthening Clark Atlanta University to fulfill its mission. In addition to being valuable extended members of the CAU family, alumni, corporations, foundations, and private donors play an important role in building advocacy and support for the University within their respective communities. While we are deeply appreciative for all of the financial support that our internal and external constituents provided over the last several years, we know that many of our donors are facing the same economic challenges that other corporations, foundations, organizations and individuals are experiencing nationally and internationally. Clark Atlanta University is not immune to the effects of the nation s current economic condition and concurrently, our students are also experiencing a greater challenge to their ability to afford a college education due to less access to loans and reduced loan eligibility. Despite the economic challenges facing all higher education institutions today, Clark Atlanta University continues to provide students with an excellent education and to maintain its standing as one of only four HBCUs in the nation with a Carnegie classification as a Doctoral/Research-Intensive University. At the same time, our students are forging ahead to fulfill their dream of a college education. Clark Atlanta remains a very good investment for donors, and we need your support now more than ever to ensure that we are positioned to continue to provide high-quality, accessible educational opportunities for deserving students. Each of us must continue to invest in CAU to keep our competitive edge in the national and international higher-education community. CAU extends special recognition to alumni for their generosity in the past and especially this year. Our alumni gave more than $1 million to support scholarships and academic programs at the University. In addition to the $1 million in cash, we received an additional $2 million in gift commitments from alumni, which will be fulfilled over a period of years. The faculty, staff and students owe a debt of gratitude to all donors for their support and investment in the University and look forward to another outstanding year of working together to keep CAU on the leading edge of learning. With continued support from all of you and continued hard work from the Institutional Advancement/University Relations team, we will strengthen our institution, renew old relationships and create new ones, and raise the funds needed for the Academic Enterprise and scholarships. Thank you for investing in Clark Atlanta University and for all that you do for CAU. CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

36 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS The names of contributors to Clark Atlanta University are published alphabetically rather than by donor categories/ alphabetically due to inaccuracies in the data contained in the Institutional Advancement database. The Division of Institutional Advancement and University Relations is making every effort to verify information in its database and is confident that outstanding matters with regard to data will be resolved. Donor Honor Roll Henry and Billye Suber Aaron, 1960 Ipyana Abayomi Karla Abdi Gregory Abdul-Ali Reche Abdul-Haqq Abdulah Abdur-Rabbani Jonathan Abel Samantha E. Abner-Wallace, 1979 Dana Abraham Paul Abraham Blanche W. Abrams Joyce Abrams Marcia Abrams Nancy Abudu Charles S. Ackerman, Trustee Kathleen Ackermann Alfred Ackermon Adrienne Adair Brenda Adams Danette D. Adams, 1999 Darlene Adams, 1985 Folami Prescott Adams James R. Adams Jean W. Adams Jeanetta M. Adams Lisa Adams Mary E. Adams, 1981 Melissa K. Adams, 2000 Melissa L. Adams, 1990 Michael Adams Michael Andre Adams Michael S. Adams, 1984 Ozie Jackson Adams, 1961 Patricia Adams Richard and Faye Adams Russell Adams Sandra Adams Suzette Adams William T.,1970 and and Irene Satterwhite Adams, 1961 Karen D. Adams-Anderson John Adamski Donna Addison Joseph Addo Adedurotimi Adedeji, 2000 Lita Adeleye Togunde N. Adesegun Toure Adeyemi Seve Adigun Joseph Adkins Lillian Y. Adkins, 1966 Yusuf Adul-Rahim Wylene Adams Adwater, 1971 Barbara J. Aguirre Jamal Ahmad Makesha Z. Ahmed, 2003 Henry Aifah Elika Aird Lord Ajmer William Akers Allan Alberga Gail J. Albergottie, 1971 Stephen A. Alberson, 1997 Jessie Williams Albritton, 1948 Harold R. Aldrich, 1949 Delores P. Aldridge-Essuon, 1963, Trustee John A. Aldridge, 1959 Diane Alexander, 1978 Glenn Alexander Irene Ware-Odom Alexander, 1956 Kenneth D. Alexander Kevin Alexander Michael Alexander Tramell R. Alexander, 1988 Waxie Dickerson Alexander, 1953 William Alexander Kimberly Alexandra Anthony M. Alford Dewitt C. Alfred Domonic Ali Rasheedah S. Ali Antonio Allen Benita W. Allen Bryan Allen Charles C. Allen, 1968 Charles E. Allen, 1999 Cheryl L. Allen, 1981 Christopher Allen Chuck Allen Claudette Allen Edward Allen Grace Howell Allen, 1950 Jacquelyn Allen James Allen Jayan Sweet Allen, 1978 Joe Allen Marion E. Allen Michael Allen Pat Allen Ruby L. Allen Russell Allen Tammy Allen Thomas Allen Vera P. Bailey Allen, 1969 William Allen Binta D. Alleyne, 2001 Adelaide Morehead Allison, 1942 Calvin M. Allsop, 1982 Meg Allstrom Vernon Allwood Lovie R. Alridge, 1977 Adam Alterman Richard Alterman Sabrina Alty Zafir Al-Uqdah Susan Alvarez Sonia Alvarez-Robinson Pelham Ametria Albert L. Amey, 1983 Juliette T. Amey, 1960 Bato Amu Flora Anders Alexis P. Anderson, 1996 Althea Frasier Anderson, 1979 April Anderson Bernard Anderson Brian P. Anderson Craig Anderson Dorothy Bailey Anderson, 1971 Felicia J. Bowens Anderson, 1984 Judy N. Anderson, Trustee Karen Adams Anderson Linda J. Anderson Linda Starks Andrews, 1983 Lynne Anderson Monique Anderson Ora Anderson Phillip L. Anderson, 2007 Richard Anderson, Trustee Rob and Katherine Anderson Shawnika A. Anderson, 1993 Sonya Anderson Tina M. Anderson William Anderson George Andl Timothy Andreasen Katharine S. Andregg Dwight Andrews John Andrews Karen B. Andrews Carla J. Aniagoh, 2003 Kofi Annan Janice Anochie Phillip K. Anochie, 1983 Deborah Anthony Vincent Anthony Tieron Antoine Joan V. Jackson Antone, 1970 Walter Applewhite William L.,1963 and Juanita Appling, 1965 Sonja S. Apps, 2001 Kudiratu A. Aranmolate, 2002 Annelen Archbold Andrea L. Archer, 1991 R. V. Archer Val Archer Luis Argumedes Lester Arlene Stephanie R. Arms, 2002 Sandra H. Armstead, 1974 Anna Armstrong John Armwood Glenn A. Arnold, 1958 J. B. Arnold James and Casandra Arnold James L.,1965 and Mary Allen Arnold, 1966 Joseph Arnold Juliann E. Arnold Shirley R. Arnold, 1957 Joseph Arrington Judith G. Fisher Arrington, 1961 Marvin Arrington, 1963 Marilyn Jones Arrington, 1966 Deborah Arrond Gerald Arrosmith Clotilde Asbury Judith D. Giddings Asbury, 1975 Sheronna M. Ashford, 1992 Shirley B. Ashley, 1997 Tara Askew, 2000 Wayne Asphall Rob Astrove Imani D. Asukile Jessica Atkins Leah Atkins Audley Atkinson Esther Atkinson Henry T. Atwater, 1993 Thelda Phillips Atwater, 1946 Lloyd Aubert Catherine Aust Chuck Aust Harry R. Austin, 1963 Tyrone Austin Hazel Avery Maxine Avery Abi A. Awomolo, 1998 Naomi G. Axelrod Homer Aycock Lucille Spearman Ayers, 1944 Ted Ayllon Hattie M. Babb Collins Baber Karen Babino Sandra Baccus Lewis Bacon Joseph B.,1963 and Andrea Laster Bacote, 1965 Joyce Rankin Bacote, 1960 Samuel W. Bacote, 1969 Roy Badilla Rachel A. Bagby Alva Epps Bailey, 1956 Ben Bailey Christopher M. Bailey, 1983 Durand Bailey Evelyn A. Bailey, 1978 Louella Jamison Bailey, 1966 Lugene Bailey, 1970 Mary Jolley Bailey, 1961 Phyllis Bailey Rachel Bailey Randall C. Bailey Rojene Bailey Vivian G. Baity Priscilla D. Bakari, 2004 Brian Baker Christopher Baker Jacqueline Lawson Baker, 1968 Kay J. Baker, 1963 Leroy Baker Leslie Baker Lisa Baker Marian L. Baker, 1948 Matthew Baker Melvin O. Baker, 1971 Pauline Baker Ford, 1976 Rodney Baker Tremayne Baker, 1996 William Baker Yolanda Baker Yvonne Baker Bonnie F. Baker-Stickney, 1972 Fannie P. Bakon, 1958 Jocelyn E. Bakon, 1983 Annabeth Balance Anthony Baldwin Richard Baldwin Beverly Banks Salvant Cathy A. Banks Deborah Minnifield Banks, 1976 Velma D. Banks, 1958 Henry H., and Yvonne E. Southall Bankston, 1954 Corgins Banner Gail Bannister Allanda D. Baptiste, 1989 Gregory and Juanita Baranco, Trustee Howell Barbee Kim Barbee Anyka Barber Bryant Barber Buddy Barber Sabrina Barber Carl A. Barclay, 1975 Viretha D. Barclay-Turner Willie L. Barker, 1969 Mark E. Barkley, 1963 Victor, 1995 and Khadija Barkley, 1988 Robert, 1963 and Betty S. Buchanan Barksdale,1965 Ethelyn Barksdale Annie Shaw Barnes, 1955 Anthony E. Barnes, 1969 Beverly Barnes Derrick Barnes Joy Barnes Keith Barnes Larry J. Barnes Martha Wright Barnes, 1957 Nicole Barnes Norma Bell Barnes, 1965 Shernard Barnes Gale Barnett Karen Barnett 34 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

37 Michael Barnett Marche' Barney Katrina L. Barnum, 1992 Deen Barnwell Junice Barr Ronald Barr Hope Barrett John Barrett Steve Barrett Teal Barrett Vivian T. Barrett Rania F. Barris, 1997 Frederica H. Barrow, 1962 Karamo B. Barrow Tasha Barry Rob Bartlett Mario Bartley James Barton Sandra Bash Jesse, 1967 and Vivian Snellings Baskerville,1968 James C. Baskin, 1970 Leroy Basnight Ednetria Bass Clarence Bates Sylvia Bates Tee Bates Johnnie Perry Batist, 1963 Denise M. Batiste, 1990 Richard Baxter Tina A. Bayne Janelle Bazile Juliet D. Blackburn Beamon, 1996 Michael R. Bean, 1975 Robert Beane Eleanor E. Beasley James Beasley James L. Beasley, 1989 Nancy L. Robinson Beasley, 1956 Tyana Beasly Kathryn Beattie Vincent Beauford Juanita S. Beaver, 1972 Carol Beavers William and Brenda Beavers Richard H. Beck Thomasine M. Beck, 1975 Shelia Beckum-Head, 1971 Rosalyn V. Becton Pope, 1986 Michele Bedgood Natalie J. Beebe, 1999 Wright Belinda Barbara Bell Cleopatra Bell Danielle Bell Dean P. Bell Diana L. Bell, 1975 Erskine Bell Evertrue Bell Hattie S. Bell Iverson Bell Juanita Pitts Bell, 1958 Lawrence R. Bell, 1973 Nakita T. Bell, 1995 Valda R. Bell William Bell, 1950 Kimberly Bellamy Lauralyn Bellamy Meredith Bell-Platts Rodney O. Benbow, 2001 Bryan Benedict Ricardo Benes Sam Benjamin Dennis Bennet E. Bennet Tony Bennet Barry Bennett Charles Bennett James K. Bennett, 1976 Racine Bennett Ralph Bennett Shawna Benoit Coletta Benson Ellis Bentley Harrison W. Bentley, 1972 Pat Bentley Sherrell Bentley Ada Benton James, 1962 and Anastatia Phillips Benton,1963 Freddie Benton Levevian McDaniel Benton, 1946 Minnie C. Benton, 1965 Rosa L. Benton, 1944 Shelia G. Benton Brian Berg Daniel Berger Jason Berk Martha Bernstein Matthew Bernstein Lily D. Berrios Brenda M. Berry Kristen Berry Love Berry, 1986 Kathleen Bertrand Andrew Bess Olivia Best Tellis W. Bethel, 1998 Dee Bethune Francine Bethune Jacqueline Betts Murray Debra Bevelle Sylvia Beverly Naomi Kirkman Bey Robert and Alice Beyah Jay Bickham Edith Young Biggers, 1957 Helen Biggs, 1949 Ted Bigham Marjorie M. Bigsby, 1957 Jerrilyn Bilal Celestine Taylor Billings, 1951 Barbara Billingsley Louise W. Billingsley, 1956 Merryl E. Billingsley, 1985 Lottie Wright Billups, 1944 Michael Billups Thomas Billups, 2005 Donna Guydon Bingham, 1983 Shirley Bingham Valerie Bingham Yvonne Burke Bingham, 1970 L. Muriel Birchette Cornelius Bird Jim Bird Esau Birdsong George Birdsong Angela Birkes Tina Bishop Robbie L. Bishop-Monroe, 2004 Dwight Bivins Gloria A. Bivins Rick Bizot Alyce L. Black Angela Black Carrie Black David Black Genine Friend Ozzie L. Black, Jr., 1977 Roy Black Jackie Blackburn David Blackman Yolanda Wilkerson Blackshear, 1983 Bert Blackwell Marcia Blackwell Patricia Blackwell S. L. Blackwell Dennis Blade Alan and Lita Blake Kelliann Blake, 2000 Marie F. Holsey Blake, 1946 Darryl Blakley Lauren Blanchard Phyllis D. Bland Mary Beth Blanding Cheryl R. Blandon, 1975 Lawrence J. Blanford, Trustee and Lynn Blanford Arthur M. Blank Chandra Blanks Alberta Blanton, 1954 Bonnie Blanton Denise Blanton Lavonda Blaylock Erica Blevins Kerry Blind Ralph Blocker Wendy Blount Linda Blount Donald Blum Dan Blumenthal William Blye Dianna Boateng Gladys Sidwell Bobbitt, 1951 Aaron Bobick Pattie Bock T. A. Body Veronica Body Jeffrey Boga Olivia M. Boggs Faye Bolden Max H. Boldon Joanne Boldthen Heather V. Balom, 2000 Carolyn Smith Bolton, 1947 John Bolton Roy L. Bolton, 1954 Dorothy S. Bomar, 1967 Patricia C. Bond-Hutto Vickye Bone William Boney David Booker Eva M. Booker, 1966 John O. Boone, 1951 Mariama Boone Mario L. Boone, 2000 Michael Borchers Steven and Victoria Bordain Lisa M. Borders, Trustee Herman F. Bostick, 1951 Linda Bostick Joe Boswell Pamela L. Boswell, 1983 Kofi B. Bota Patricia A. Botshekan Edward L. Bouie, 1985 Frank Boulware Mary Bova Jack Bovender Angela M. Cotton Bowen, 1981 Sabrina L. Bowens, 1996 Dawnyell R. Bowen Smith, 1999 Patricia Cheatham Bowens, 1970 Angela Bowers Ernest Bowie Stan L. Bowie, 1978 Dorcas D. Bowles Hazel Robinson Bowles, 1957 Janel O. Bowles Pamela Bowles-Moore Donna C. Bowman Karonda M. Bowman-Cook, 1998 Aziza Movara Bowser Calonda Boyd Carl Boyd Gloria Boyd Kellee Boyd Joy Boyde Edna Lester Boykin, 1957 Joel S. Boykin Ventra V. Boykin, 2004 Delphia L. Boynton, 1996 Mary Boyritting Susan Brachman Christine Brackenrich Judith Stokes Bradberry, 1974 Rodney Braddock Wayne Bradey Josephine B. Bradley Myrna D. Bradley, 1973 Paulette Y. Bradley, 2002 William D. Bradley Kevin Brady Patricia Brantley Alice Braswell Sylvia Braswell Ernest Brathwaite G. Quinton Brathwaite Lisa Brathwaite Seku A. Brathwaite, 1999 Danice Bratton Felecia Bratton Betty Braxton Katrina L. Breeding, 1973 Thomas Breeze Janine T. Breland, 2003 Henry Brent Bettye S. Brewer, 1956 Camille A. Brewer Julie Brewer Krista Brewer Lorraine Brewer Steve Brewer Harry Brewster Costella F. Brickhouse, 1971 Albert C. Bridges, 1942 (dec.) Jacqueline G. Bridges-McIver, 1981 Herbert J. Bridgewater, 1964 Tom Brieske B. J. Brim Laura Brinkley Jemel Brinson Candace Brisbane Mattie Harper Briscoe, 1935 James Brister Cameron Broadnax Walter and Angel Wheelock Broadnax Rolise W. Broadnax, 1982 Jacqueline Broadus, 1983 Sharon Brockman Santiago Broderick Elizabeth Brodie Candice N. Brooks, 2003 Debra A. Brooks, 2000 Jolynn Brooks Kenneth Brooks Marvin Brooks Mary Davie Brooks, 1955 Melayne J. Brooks Peggy Brooks Robert Brooks Sandra Brooks Sara Brooks Sondra G. Brooks, 1981 Steve Brooks Clara Nelson Brothers, 1963 Federick Browder Adrian Brown Alexandrina E. Brown Ann Brown Benita Brown Carlton Brown, President Cecil P. Brown Cecile Keith Brown Danny, 1981 and Andrea Brown, 1982 Deborah Brown Delsoreli Brown Derek Brown Dorothy M. Brown, 1973 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

38 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Eddie Brown Eugene M. Brown, 1964 Gwendolyn Brown James D. Brown, Sr. Jerry Brown Joan Brown John Baker Brown Joy W. Brown Ken Brown Kenneth D. Brown, 1974 Kevin J. Brown Kim Brown, 1985 La Rhonda Brown Larry Brown Laura A. Brown Lerita Brown Leslie L. Brown, 1986 Lionel Brown Lucius J. Brown, 1973 Lucius L. Brown, 1983 Lucy J. Brown Lynis Brown Malcolm Brown Mari Brown Marie Brown Mary Rowe Brown Mary Brown, 1935 (dec.) Michael Brown Miriam E. Brown Paul M. Brown Phoegina A. Brown, 1989 Raymond Brown Robert Brown Robert L. Brown Robert W. Brown, 1958 Rosalind Brown Sharon Brown Sheronda Singleton Brown, 2000 Sherman L. Brown, 1998 Shirley Ward Brown, 1958 Stanley P. Brown, 1980 Tahnika Brown Terrance Brown V. A. Brown Veronica B. Brown, 1971 Victor Brown Vivian L. Truitt Brown, 1968 Wendell Brown Deborah Brown-Catharn Jaisha Bruce Michael Bruce Kimra V. Brumby, 1978 Stephanie Brundepontet Edward Bruno-Gaston Dorothy J. Edwards Brunson Joann Bruscella DeAnna L. Bryant, 1986 Deron Bryant Donald Bryant Jacqueline Bryant Jacqueline Walton Bryant, 1961 John A. Bryant, 1963 Kerry Bryant Lamon Bryant Lenora Clodfelter Bryant, 1973 Nichell J. Taylor Bryant, 1992 Rodney Bryant Toni Bryant Willie L. Bryant, 1952 E. Michelle M. Bryant-Johnson, 1982 Stutzman Bryce Anne Wortham Bryson, 1960 Dawn Bryson Judy Bryson Laraine E. Bryson Winfred O. Bryson, 1937 (dec.) Evelyn D. Buchanan Sydney Buchanan Cynthia Buck Cozetta W. Buckley, 1960 John Buckner Patrica Budd James Buehler Teresa Bueno Joyce Hunnicutt Buford, 1972 George Wendell Bugg, Jr. John Bugge Tirzah L. Buie, 1992 Kent Buis Deshawn Bullard Peggy C. Days Bullard, 1965 Anthony Bullock Karen E. Terrell Bullock, 1975 Vonique T. Bullock, 1997 Mamie D. Bunch, 1970 Claudia Bundy Davide Burbes Nile J. Burge, 1999 David R. Burgest Mwalimu David Burgest Mary Ellen Burgoon Andrew H. Burke Ann Wilson Burke, 1955 Jean Burke Melissa Burke Randall Burkett Benjamin D. Burks, 1956 Johnnie Lay Burks, 1962 Bernard Burns, 1980 Evelyn M. Burnett Imani Constance Burnett Bertha A. Burnette, 1984 Chris Burnette Larry D. Burney Anita L. Burns, 1985 Arthur L. Burns, 1952 Lester Burns Melanie Burns Milton J. Burns, 1988 Vera Burns Kim Burnside Margaret G. Burroughs Melvin Burrow Sam Burston Burt Jennings Laurence Burten E. W. Burton Kenneth Burton Lisa Burton Myrna Burton Robert Burton Sandra Burton Tashia Burton, 1991 Willette Burton Mattie Burwell Gwendolyn L. Bush, 1987 James A. Bush, 1951 Latrese Bush Greg Bussey Majul Bussey B. L. Butler, 1972 Christal V. Butler, 2005 Dan Butler Gary Butler Gloria Wilson Butler, 1956 Helen Butler Jacob E. Butler, 1978 Kim A. Burwell Butler, 1983 Levi Butler Linda Grant Butler, 1976 Oliver R. Butler Patricia A. Butler, 1977 Roxanne C. Butler Shavon Butler Pauline Fields Butts, 1953 Perry, 1985 and Jacquelyn L. Butts Thornton,1988 Willie Butts Wayne Bynoe Julia Bynum Tim Byrd Veverly Y. Byrd-Davis, 1979 Harriett F. Byrom Gay L. Byron, 1986 Maurice Cabble, 1992 Rudy Cadney Dominique Cady Rick Cage George Cain Michael Calderon Carrie Walker Caldwell, 1940 Addie Calhoun Larry Calhoun Constance A. Hawkins Callaway, 1954 Narviar C. Calloway Jennifer A. Rita Callender, 1994 Ray Callender Christine Paradise Callier, 1950 Freddie Callier Jennifer Fowlkes Callins, 1976 Darryl Calloway Eugenia J. Calloway, 1959 Larry Calloway Martha Calloway Shelton Calloway John Camacho Alma L. Cambridge, 1953 Annie L. Cameron Johnson, 1946 Kisha Cameron Marion L. Cameron, 1976 Palmyra Jones Cameron, 1952 Yolanda L. Cameron Jolia Cammon Julia Cammon-Sanders, 1966 Beverly Campbell Charlie Campbell Deborah P. Campbell, 1977 Elaine S. Campbell, 1978 Evelyn Cooper Campbell, 1957 Finley C. Campbell, 1958 Gwendolyn J. Campbell Martha G. Campbell, 1973 Michael Campbell Richard Campbell Sandra D. Campbell Sara C. Campbell, 1944 Wanda Jeffrie Campbell, 1975 Spencer Campbelle Alp Can Iris Canady, 1974 Sujit Canagaretna Matthew Candice Judy Candler Jason Cannon Reuben Cannon Esther M. Canton Julie I. Canton, 1983 Francise E. Cantrell, 1957 Michael Cantrell Tina Capers-Hall Michele Caplinger Barbara Roberts Cardell, 1970 Kyshia L. Carey, 2003 David Carico Elaine L. Carlisle Kathleen W. Carlson D. J. Carlton David Carlton Deborah Carlton Debra Carlton Leon L. Carlton, 1957 Brenda Carmichael David Carnegie, Jr., 1983 H. L. Carnegie Leonard E. Carpenter, 1996 Elizabeth Navarro Carr, 1966 Jacqueline E. Carr, 1990 M. R. Carr Virgil A. Carr, 1972 Willie Carr Yvette Carr Luther Carraway Raymond L. Carraway, 1997 Joe Barry Carroll Bruce E. Carroll, 1975 Adonica Patterson Carson, 1982 Alma J. Carten, 1964 Charles Carter Charlie Carter Claudette W. Carter, 1963 Clinton Carter Dale and Mary Carter Dwight Carter Eric Carter Frances D. Carter Homer Carter John E. Carter, 1952 Joy Carter Juanita F. Carter Kevin Carter Kevyn Carter Ladonna Carter Melvin Carter Nancy S. Carter Norweda V. Carter Ora M. Williams Carter, 1947 Peggy E. Carter, 1973 Rachelle Y. Carter Terri A. Carter Vicki Carter Bruce Case Wayne Casey Floris Barnett Cash, 1964 John Cash Maria Cassagnol Gary Cassis Nichole M. Castater Pauline Cates Scott Caudill Kathy Caw Thelanna Celestaine Dwain, 1983 and Elizabeth A. Celistan,1985 Joan Chace Andrea R. Chambers, 1992 James Chambers Angela E. Chamblee, 1984 Opal Gay Chamlee, 1953 Sylvia Chambless Raymond Champtal Fred Chandler John Chandler and Beth Tanis Lashawn Chandler Lanada Chanel Betty Chaney Reginald J. Chaney, 1974 Tracy Chaplan Carla Chaplin Charles Chapman Constance Chapman Marilyn Chapman Ruby M. Chapman, 1979 Sterling Chapman Don Charles Perry O. Chase Callye Fears Chatman, 1949 Jontae S. Chatman, 2002 Marquita M. Chatman, 1996 Sherrie Chatmon Diane Chauffe Renee Chavers Brenda Chavis Wayne Chelikowsky Junli Chen, 1997 Herbert Chennault, 1958 Grace Cheptu Marvin Cherry Anita Flowers Childers, 1963 Naeemah Chike 36 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

39 April Childers Nicola Chin Kamau Chinyelu Diana Choates Diona Choates Marie Chretien-Oxley Raymond Christaman Alyce Hudson Christian, 1949 Gerry Christie Harriet Christie Annie North Christion, 1965 Dollie Chrocken David Cianciolo Dorothy Ciemer Susan M. Ckown Dorothy Clardy Alicia N. Clark, 1990 Betty Watkins Clark, 1967 Bill Clark Bruce Clark C. E. Clark Carlton Clark Cynthia Clark Gladys Jinks Clark, 1957 Johnnie L. Clark LaVerne C. Clark, 1997 Mable Hall Clark, 1974 Robert Clark Ronald Clark Ruth Wesley Clark, 1957 Stanley E. Clark, 1983 Trelinda L. Clark, 2002 James Clarke Lowell Clarke Tony Clarke Augustus L. Clay, Jr., 1953 Jefferson Clay Ronald Clay Dallas Clement Antonio Clemente Taina Clements Gregory Clemmons Larry R. Clemmons, 1962 Wayne Clemmons Jacquel Clemons Janice Clemons Lowell Clerk Osbern B. Clerk, 1957 Ann S. Cleveland James, 1957 and Anne D. Cleveland,1956 Oscar Cleveland Ronald E. Cleveland Mike Clinton Brenda B. Coakley Earle D. Clowney, 1963 Kara Coates, 1941 (dec.) Anita E. Coats, 1981 Taura Coats Kamara A. Coaxum, 1997 Arlisa Cobb Emma Jefferson Cobb, 1947 (dec.) Kenneth A. Cobb Ray Cobb Saundra Cobb Darryl A. Cobbin, 1991 Learnold L. Cobbins, 1953 Dale Mason Cochran, 1973 Dorothy Young Cochran, 1971 Kay Cochran Tom Coffin Kemba A. Cofield Leslie C. Cogdell, 1950 Tom Coggin, Jr. Austin Cogswell Aaron Cohen Michael Cohen Ralph Colbert Reginald Colbert Arthur Cole Freddy Cole Gail Cole Georgelle A. Cole, 2000 Jerrie Cole Jessica Cole Kelley S. Cole Thomas Cole III, 1992 Brenda, 1967 and Thomas Cole, Jr. Ann L. Cole-Johnson Cleo Coleman Elizabeth Coleman Francene Coleman Jamal I. Coleman, 1995 James R. Coleman, 1972 Marilyn Coleman Melba F. Coleman Michael Coleman Ronald Coleman Shanelle C. Coleman, 1995 Shirley W. Coleman Thomas L. Coleman, 1985 Willie Coleman Forrest Coley James Coley Kate Coley Shauna M. Collick, 1994 Elizabeth Collier Lynne Collier Millard J. Collier Aristide J. Collins, Jr. Aristide J. Collins Sr. Cal Collins Chini Collins Darryl J. Collins, 1992 Dave Collins Gary Collins Henry J. Collins, 1953 Kim Collins Sharon Collins Nacion Colly Linda Colon Christa Colquitt Matthew Colter Christian Coluccio Henrietta E. Connell, 1945 Ralph Compton Tom Coney Ingra A. Conley, 1996 Michael Conley Peter Conlon Gussie Brayboy Conner, 1952 Matthew and Arlene Connor Sharon Conover Gayle Converse Julius, 1950 (dec.) and Willie McMullen Conway, 1950 Debbie Conyers Betty A. Pender Cook, 1972 Bruce Cook Kimberly Cook Lashahn Cook Laurence Cook Mamie Cook Mary A. Cook Nyesha Cook Richard Cook Rick Cook Samuel and Sylvia Fields Cook,1964 Tonya Cook Betty Cooke Corey J. Cooke, 2002 Calvin Cooley Louis Cooley Josef Coons Alicia D. Cooper, 1987 Angelle F. Cooper Beth Cooper Brandyn Cooper Clarence D. Cooper, 1964 Darryl M. Cooper David I. Cooper, 1993 Joann Cooper Maurice Cooper Michael G. Cooper, 1979 Patricia A. Cooper Richard Cooper Sheryl Cooper Joni Cope Fannie Copeland Monica Copeland Nathaniel V. and Ella Copeland, 1974 Oscar F. Copeland, 1978 Camille Coppin Lorinne Coppin Lynn Coram-Allen Seaton, 1962 and Ida Swanson Corbett,1956 Alfred Cornelius Brenda Foye Cornelius Bruce Cosby, 1995 Kandra Cosby Lizzie M. Cosby, 1941 Harold,1954 and Ethel Watkins Cost, 1951 Craig L. Costen, 1979 James Costen, Jr. Kenneth Costilow Octavia M. Cothran, 1968 (dec.) Barbara Cotten Chantice M. Cotten, 1994 Victor Cotton Dustin Cottrell Patricia A. Coulter Bereathy Council Betty Council Ruth Kimball Council, 1957 Margaret S. Counts-Spriggs, 1986 Cornelia Cousin Gloria King Cousins, 1973 Richardine Carter Covington, 1955 Reginald Cowan Robin A. Coward, 1988 Gail Cowie Elizabeth A. Cowley Arthur W. Cox Dorothy Cox Flora Cox Sandra Cox Ernest L. Coy, 1961 Laura Coyle Enos I. Cozier Susan Cozzens Pamela L. Craft Glenda H. Craig, 1981 Helen Craig Quiester Craig, 1958 Rosa Simmons Craig, 1971 Sylvia G. Craig, 1965 James E. Craigen, 1962 Lewis Y. Craine Lawrence Cram Dianna L. Crawford, 1990 Benjamin F. Crawford Carol Snype Crawford Celina Crawford Evelyn Crawford Gladys Motley Crawford, 1952 Howard Crawford Jeremy S. Crawford, 2000 Jewel Crawford Joseph L. Crawford, 1973 Megan Crawford Michele Crawford Ruth M. Crawford Shannon L. Crawford, 2002 Shelby Jones Crawford, 1980 Sue Crawford Vicki Crawford James E. Crayton, 1968 Dana Crenshaw Samuel Crenshaw Ramon Crese Vena Crichlow James Crigler O. L. Crippen Claire Green Crooks-Harrison, 1962 Ra Crooms Dee Cross Marcia Jones Cross, 1980 Laura C. Crounse James R. Crow Haroldine Hooper Crowder, 1951 Darrell Crowson Sonya Cruel Alexis D. Crump, 2000 Hiawatha M. Crump Irma Crump Sage Crump James, 1953 and Mary Allen Crute, 1955 Jacqueline Y. Cruver, 1981 Tom Cullen Jacquelyn Culver-Simpson, 1966 Carleen Cumberbatch Brandi S. Cummings, 2004 Jenethel B. Cummings, 1963 Buck Cunningham Robert I. Cunningham, 1994 Sheila Cunningham Anne F. Currie, 1996 Mary F. Currie Anita E. Curry-Jackson, 1987 Michael Curtis Frank Curvin Donovan Cushnie Wilfred Cuthbert Mary Lou Cutter Cornell Cypress, Jr. Earl F. Dabney, 1967 Daniel Dadush Evelyn W. Dadzie Ann Dahlgren Dallas L. Darland Martha A. Dale Marcia Daley Adrienne D. Dalferes-Celestine, 1993 Eric Dallas Sheryl Dallas Stacie Dallas Chelle Dallinger Walley Dalton Mike Daly Willie Dancy Henry T. Daniel Dennis Danielczyk Baji M. Daniels Cathy Daniels John W. Daniels, Trustee Kaiya R. Daniels, 2003 Paul Daniels Phil Daniels Robert E. Daniels, 1959 Rufus Daniels, 1962 Richard Danner Bettye Hindsman Danzey, 1963 Fredrick Danzy Gerald Dapremont Constance L. Darden Karen Darfler Ophelia T. Dargan, 1969 Anthony Darko Mamie Darlington, 1960 Wylin Dassie Roger and Charisse Daugherty Donald Daugherty, 1993 Thomasina Cooper Daugherty, 1948 Jacqueline Daughtry Benjamin Davie Amanda M. Davis, 1978 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

40 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Brian Davis Bryan Davis C. A. Davis, 1942 (dec.) Darwin Davis Deborah D. Davis, 1976 Ed Davis Edward L. Davis Ernestine A. Davis, 1948 Fernando Davis Ginger Davis Glenda G. Davis, 1968 Hamza Davis, 1996 Jacquelynn K. Davis Janise Davis Joan C. Davis Johnathan Davis Johnnie L. Davis Karen R. Davis, 1993 Keith Davis Lee Davis Leon Davis, 1965 Leroy Davis Lois Davis Louis C. Davis Lynne M. Davis Magdalene Davis Marcella James Davis, 1947 Marian Anderson Davis, 1957 Marsha Davis Marvin O. Davis, 1990 Melissa Davis Myrtle Reid Davis Patricia Davis Renee White Davis Robert Davis, 1974 Robert O. Davis, 1964 Ron Davis Sarita K. Davis Selena Davis Shirley M. Davis Thelma L. Davis, 1970 Thomas and Edwina Davis Tiny M. Seay Davis, 1963 Trevon R. Davis, 2007 Yvonne W. Davis Patrice Davis-Dunkin Alberta M. Davis-Thornton, 1984 Leigh Davis-Turner Ezell Dawes Arnika and Steve Dawkins Asantewa M. Dawson, 1997 Charles E. Dawson Don Dawson Eddie E. Dawson, 1967 Felecia Dawson Harold A. Dawson Justine Dawson Michael Dawson Robert Dawson Vermeekia L. Dawson, 1998 Walter E. Dawson, 2000 Wanda Dawson Donna N. Day Griffin F. Day, 1947 June Day Sallie Stokes Day, 1951 Sherri M. Day-Phillips, 1998 Glyndis Dean James E.,1966 and Vyvyan Coleman Dean, 1966 Lance Dean Sharon Dean Mary E. Debardelaben, 1973 Jacquelyn A. Debose, 1993 Amy Debroff Benjamin R. Decosta Dana Deer Ralph Defares Lillie R Deffebaugh Verlean Delaney, 1968 Lisa Delay Loretta E. Delco, 1978 Monica Deleon Gerald K. Delk, 1985 Jocelyn J. Delk, 2003 Jea Delsarte Louis Delsarte Bratton Denise Barbara S. Dennis Kirsten Dennis Mack A. Dennis, 1965 Osiah Dennis Pamela P. Dennis, 1981 Valerie Williams Dennis, 1983 Willye F. Stoney Dennis, 1953 Chiquita A. Thomas Dent, 1996 Claire Dent Stanley Denton Tomika M. DePriest, 1993 Don Derrico Belinda Desasuse Samuel D. Deshazior, 1984 Chaunta J. Deshields, 2003 Lenny Deutsch Dorothy L. DeVillars, 1963 Phyllis W. Dews, 1946 Jill Diamond Reginald K. Diamond, 1968 Carlos Diaz Tanya Diaz Cori V. Dickens, 2001 Adolphus S. Dickerson, 1943 (dec.) Joyce G. Dickerson Avis D. Dickey, 1983 Patrice Dickey Crystal Dickinson Michael Dierickx Lenita Digby, 2000 Gregory J. Digel James Diggs William E.,1984 and Thomasina Turner Diggs, 1983 Shirley R. Williams Dillahunt, 1971 Ricky Dillard Rhonda Dingle Freidia J. Dinkins, 1971 Lakishia Dinkins Hattie E. Diop, 1973 Don Discenza Brenda L. Dismuke LaMont Dismukes Stephen Dix Caroline Ledbetter Dixon, 1983 Cheryl E. Dixon Clinton H. Dixon, 1961 Henrietta L. Dixon, 1954 Holly Dixon Latanya Bufford Dixon, 1978 Lou E. Dixon, 1980 Milledge L. Dixon Russell S. Dixon Samuel Dixon Selwya Dixon Victoria Dixon James R. Doanes, 1962 Bruce C. Dobbs Donald Dobbs Mary E. Dockett, 1976 Matthew Dodge Huley B. Dodson, 1950 Christine Dolan Alvin Dollar Freda M. Donald Sheree Donaldson Rick Doner Sandra Donerlson-Banks, 1980 Rebecca Donovan Evette Dorham Jolita Dorsett Jane Dorsey Joycelyn M. Dorsey, 2000 Carmel M. Dorsey-Raphael, 1992 Thomas W. Dortch, 1986 Aaron M. Dotson, 1955 Denise Dotson Harry J. Doughty, 1974 Derek D. Douglas, 1997 Djuana M. Douglas Julie Douglas Victor Douglas Adrian Douglass Curtis Douglass Jean Douglass Guy Douyon Karen Douyon Ingrid B. Dove, 1971 Joshua K. Dove, III, 1976 Pearlie M. Craft Dove, 1941 Lola Dover-Gardner Dorthy Doves Sisera Dowdy Mary A. Dowery, 1952 Robert Downey Tosha D. Downey, 1994 Cheryl D. Dozier, 1980 Linda Dozier-Jones Tuwaner Hudson Lamar Darrell J. Drake, 1983 David Drake J. Drake Jeff Draper William B. Drewry C. J. Drummond Marymal Morgan Dryden, 1951 Clark M. and Jill Dubin Delano Dubinson Emma E. Schell Dudley, 1954 John F. Dudley, 1956 Joyce Logan Dudley, 1977 Kennon Duerod Tamara Duff Eugene J. Duffy Shirley Duhart-Green, 1970 Floyd Dukes George C. Dumas Anthony Duncan Curtis L. Duncan Maurice Duncan Michael Duncan Tina M. Dunkley, 1980 Eleanor Dunlap, 1965 Kim D. Dunlavy-Walker, 1984 Kay M. Dunlop Kevin Dunn Raymond Dunn Bernee Dunson Philip M. Dunston, 1998 Eward Dupree Ulysess Nakayo Dupree Johnathan Durant William Durant Betty Durden Brenda Howard Durden, 1962 Alicia S. Durden-Brown, 1981 Jenise M. Durham, 2005 Twyla U. Durham, 1993 Bettie J. Durrah, 1968 Kennon Durrod Thomas Dusenberry Mary J. dutrieuille, 1962 Reginald Dye Huston F. Dyer, 1956 Renaldo Dyer Rolston Dryer Lois Eaddy Rukiya S. Eaddy, 2000 J. W. Eady Tresha Eaglin Berenecea J. Eanes, 2000 Idette F. Earl Riggins R. Earl Riggins R. Earl Jr. Tonette R. Earl, 1999 Ann and Tom Earley Mary F. Early, 1957 Larry L. Earvin, 1971 Charles F. Easley, 1965 Deana Usher Easley, 1966 Diane L. Comer Easley, 1971 Paul H. Easley Willie F. Easley, 1963 Tonia N. East Flora Eastman Bernice H.,1979 and David Eaton, 1955 Kenneth Eaton Juanita Marshall Eber, 1952 Wes Eberhard Joy U. Obi Ebhomielen, 1990 Deawna R. McMahon Echols, 1990 Michael and Janis Eckert Tammy Eckstein Jason Eden Beverly Edmond Brenda L. Edmond Jacqueline J. Edmond, 1990 Artrisia Edwards Barbara Edwards, 1963 Belinda Edwards Belinda E. Edwards Bertez Edwards Chamane Edwards Charisma D. Edwards, 1999 Clifton D. Edwards, 1976 Denise Edwards Elaine Edwards Elliott Edwards Jacqueline Fancher Edwards, 1956 Jay Edwards Kasani Edwards Myrna G. Edwards Shila Edwards Warren P. Edwards, 1990 Kevin Edwards Brian Egleston Lara Egwuatu Gray Nneka A. Egwuatu, 2003 Lucky Ehigiamusoe James Eichelberger Barbara Eike Shanta Ekhomu Wali A. El-Amin Gail D. Elder Gloria S. Elder Bobbie J. Eldridge Maureen G. Elgersman Lee, 1993 Maggie M. Ellison, 1972 Mattie W. Ellison Ellard Family Ursula Edwards Ellerby Kiesha Elliot Phillip and Edwina Elliot Bobby and Linda Elliott Forrest Elliott, Sr. Brad Ellis Cornelius Ellis Eldred Ellis Elnora J. Phillips Ellis, 1963 Ernest and Sylvia Blackmon Ellis, 1974 Gwen B. Ellis Jerry L. Ellis, 1995 Kevin J. Ellis Kirkland Ellis Taqiyyah Ellis Victor Ellis Yvonne Ellis, 1999 Alfreda Ellison Dwight D. Ellison, 1968 Leatrice Ellzy 38 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

41 Rena Crosby Ellzy, 1964 Kathy Elmore Dhanfu E. Elston, 1996 Valerie Emanuel Fred and Joan Embden Mark Embry Tom Embry Keeron Emmanuel Seard Emmanuel Sonny Emory Mary England Susie O. England Janth B. English, 1996 Alonza L.,1954 and Helen Reese Epps, 1955 Clarette Epps Craig Epps Janine Epps Leondria K. Epps, 1966 Cynthia J. Eric John Ervin Nora Ervin Robert Ervin Riviears Esha Frank Eskridge Greg Espy Leontine Fields Espy, 1984 Barbara P. Essex Larry J. Estesen, 1973 Tony Estevez Seenary Etchison Elizabeth Etoll Timothy D.,1999 and Angela Etson Warren H. Eusan, 1951 Alfreda Bradley Evans, 1960 Annette V. Evans, 1960 Elouise Evans Eugene Evans George Evans Gina Evans Jeff and Sheila Evans Julius L. Evans, 1978 Kenneth Evans Lawrence Evans Lola A. Evans, 1959 Mary B. Evans Mary Frances Butts Evans, 1949 Nichalos Evans Sharon Evans Vernon Evans Alan Everett Chini S. Everett, 2005 J. B. Everett Leda H. Everett Jason Ezelyn Clarence Ezzard Harold M. Fabre, 1981 Benjamin Fagan Earnest, 1957 and Carmen E. Fowler Fair,1957 Phillip Fairweather Krista M. Falconer, 1998 Jacey Falk Maudine Fall Paul Fallat Rachel L. Fambrough, 2000 Deborah Faniel Azita Fannin Shirley McGee Fannings, 1970 Leola B. Fantroy Henry Farber Lynette Farmer Kimberly D. Farris, 2000 Phil Fauver Andrew Fazackerley Joseph D. Feagin Barbara Feinberg Michael Feinberg James L. Felder, 1961 Ruby Wright Felder, 1962 Kerwin Felix Wayne Felix Brian Fenton Anthony J. Ferguson, 1987 Beverly Ferguson-Riggins, 1977 Rafael Fernandez Carol Ferony Jeslita D. Ferrell Larry Ferrell Anthony D. Fielder, 1983 Crystal F. Fields Jerry Fields Michael Fields S. Jill Fields Marilyn Filey Clinton E. Finch, 1992 Ellen Finch Stan Fineman Dorothy Hawthorne Finkley, 1947 Isabella Finklestein Morris Finley, 1958 Ronnie Finnell Gladys Turner Finney, 1959 John H. Finney, 1972 Keith F. Fishe, 1981 Annette Fuller Fisher, 1948 Audrey Fisher Gordan Fisher Bruce Fitch Charlene Fitzpatrick Michael Flanigan, 1981 Robert D. Flanigan, 1970 Arnold Fleischmann Kevin B. Fleming, 1981 Lashonta R. Flemister, 1995 Thomas Flemister Wilton Flemon, 1961 Donald, 1950 and Brady Jones Fletcher,1950 Jacqueline Brown Fletcher, 1962 Paul Flexner Odette Florence Priscilla Boston Florence, 1961 Shirley A. Flournoy Bob Flower Sampson Flowers Tracy D. Flowers, 1992 James H. Floyd, 1961 Quincy Floyd Linda T. Foley Leonard Folks Aisha Follette Samuella Gray Foney, 1953 Alma G. Forbes Angela Forbes Alfred L. Ford Bridgett Ford Carol Ford Debra Ford Emma D. Ford, 1947 Erick Ford Erwin K. Ford, 1994 James Ford Leonard Ford Marcus Ford Marsha Ford Jill Ford Forest Larma J. Ford-Whelchel, 1997 Jeanette Foreman Bettye Foreman E. Y. Foreman, 1973 Michelle Forest Lawrence Forrester Lloyd Forster Yacine Forster Kathryn M. Forsyth-Tarver, 1974 (dec.) Alice Ollie Foster, 1957 Arnold W. Foster, 1982 Frances Foster Fred D. Foster Lynette M. Foster, 1979 Maxine Foster Michael Foster Sandra Foster Stanely E. Foster Alda Foster-Knighton Cheryl V. Foster-Smith, 1979 Deborah Smith Fouch, 1955 John R. Fouch Carl B. Fountain, 1986 Sarah Waddell Foushee, 1951 Paula Foust Leona S. Fowler, 2004 Rosalind Barnes Fowler Alyce Ringer Fowlks, 1963 Steven Fox Dave and Jane Frackenpohl Emmett M. Francis Harriett G. Francis, 1977 Hubert Francis Jerome Francis Georges Francois Gil Frank Lisa Frank Bram Frankel Art Franklin Cerico Franklin Charles Franklin Charlie J. Franklin, 1954 Douglas M. Franklin Iika P. Franklin, 2001 Robert Franklin Andrew Fraser Linda Fraser Alvin J. Frazier, 1972 Nneenah Moore Frazier, 1958 Zenobian Frazier Danette M. Frederick, 2000 Peggy Freedman Elise Freeman, 1966 Erma Sprauve Freeman, 1978 Linda D. Freeman, 1989 Seth Freeman Charles E. French Steve Frenkel Frederick Fresh Marsha Freso Shirley A. Friar Roshelle Friedman Carla Friend Carlton Fripp Gloria Frisch Carol Froman Tim Fryar Shirley Frye Deuntry Fuller Michael Fuller Michael Fuller Rhauchecca Fuller Melvin Fulton Anthony Fultz Njeri Lawrence Fulwood, 1996 Makisha Funderburke Rene Furgeson Tunji J. Fussell, 1992 Mary Coles Futrell, 1946 Taylor Futuckes Dorothy Glass Fye, 1970 Tom Gable Chuck Gabriel Ed Gadrix Rebecca J. Gadsden, 1993 Bessie L. Gage, 1977 Severne Gainer Harriet A. Gaines, 1975 Marguerite Gaines, 1983 Mary B. Gaines-Smith Deisha T. Galberth, 2000 Elizabeth W. Garlington, 1928 (dec.) Janice H. Gallimore, 1966 Richard Gallo Geraldine Gambrell-Anthony Tammy A. Gambrell-LaPread Charles Gandy Fred Ganoe Linda Gantt Lola R. Gardner Margaret C. Gardner Ernestine Weaver Garey, 1970 Alfred L. Garner Ellis W. Garner Kevin Garnett Cameo Garrett Sherri D. Garrett, 1976 Evangeline Garrett-Walls, 1976 Craig C. Garrison Thomas W. Garrison Reginald, 1952 and Gwendolyn Combre Gary, 1952 Raymond G. Gaspart Sam Gassaway Audrey L. Gaston Ebony Gaston Johnnie Mae Gaston Karla H. Gaston, 1996 Flossie P. Gates Paul Gates, Jr. James C. Gatewood Wanda L. Pierce Gatewood, 1985 Travis Gavin Altramese Gay Bobby Gay Gerald Gay Mac Gay Reggie Gay Joseph N. Gayles, (dec.) Winfield Gaylor, III Nellie Wolfe Gaylord, 1943 Victor E. Geer, 1986 Sprangore Geford George G. Geiger, Jr. Lloyd J. Generette Diane Geno Diane Jones Gentles, 1978 John Burl Gentry Margo L. Gentry Andrea George Andrea D. George Carolyn George Clarence George Marvin George Roumena G. Georgieva Marjorie Hobson Gerard, 1968 Michael A. Gerber Jennifer Gerz-Efcandon Nicholas O. Geter Angela Y. Getter Lynn W. Ghiathi, 1980 Gwendolyn Gholson-Driver David Gibbs Ericka Gibson Ernestine Gibson Gerald Gibson Irvin Gibson Olafemi, 1996 and Marlene R. Gibson,1995 Marva Stroud Gibson, 1970 Susan Watts Gibson, 1977 Robert Gilbert Alan Giles Clevin Giles Sam Giles So Nia L. Gilkey, 2000 Laquanda Gill John Gillburt Annestine Gillespie, 1973 Brenda Gillespie Theodia Gillespie Donalyn R. Gillette, 1998 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

42 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Devona A. Gilliam, 1995 Jo-Lynn Gilliam Lula Gilliam Willie M. Gilliam Cleve Gillies Michael Gilmartin Julia M. Gilmore, 1977 Rufus Gilmore, 1974 Marguerite Girard Bonnie B. Gissendanner, 1998 Lyle, 1942 and Eleanor Rogers Gittens,1941 Teresa D. Givens, 1987 Mark A. Gladney Phillip Gladney Mark Gladselter Ernestine W. McCoy Glass, 1975 Kirk Glass Lynett Glass Stuart Glass Stan Glaze Rosemary Glean Lorenzo Gleaton, 1969 Earl Glen James H. Glenn Jasmine R. Glenn, 1977 Marcia W. Glenn Hunter, 1966 Mike Glenn George Glover Howard Glover, 1979 Leila Perry Glover, 1975 Pharis Glover Hubert, 1980 and Robin D. Glover,1987 Roni M. Simples Glover, 1980 Virgil Glover Theron Godbee Angela Goddard David Godfrey Grier Godfrey, 1973 Cerri Godwin Alfonza R. Goggins, 1951 (dec.) Milton Goins Rajul Y. Gokarn Nancy Goldberg Cecilia G. Golden Evelyn Golden Terrance Golden Beatrice Golden-Hayes Mark Harris Goldman John Goldsmith Uldine J. Goler Charles, 1975 and Barbara Massenburg Golphin,1975 Carla Gomez Roberto Goncalzes Louis Gonzalez C. R. Gooch Cheryl Gooch Glenda S. Gooden R. Frank Gooden, III, 1980 Tonya Martin Gooden, 1983 Bill Goodhew Richard Goodjoin Peter Goodlett Charles Goodman Lucille B. Goodman, 1975 Dexter Goodrum Greg Goodwin Kathy Goodwin Melvin Goodwin, 1962 Craig Goolsby Antonia Goralink James T. Gordon, 1970 Richard Gordon Shirley J. Kimbrough Gordon, 1956 Sonya Gordon Troy Gordon William and Eugenia Gordon, 1966 Barbara West Gore, 1963 George A. Gore William I. Gore, 1958 Cheryl Gosa Ken Gosden Stan L.,1953 and Samuelyn Goseer, 1975 Benny and Elizabeth Goss Sharon Goyle Carlos Graajm Kevin Grady Ernesto J. Graham, 1988 Gary Graham Subrena Graham-Foster Revonna Graham-Mitchell, 1976 Anthony Granberry Paula Granger Anita H. Grant, 1987 Larry Grant Laura Dumas,1968 and James Grant Leila Thomas Grant, 1963 Michael and Michele Grant Michelle Grant Naima Grant Nia J. Grant, 2003 Roberta P. Grant, 1969 Meredyth A. Gravely-Owen Ameera Graves Earl G. Graves Michelle S. Graves, 1987 Teresa Graves Althea Gray James M. Gray Latoya Gray Louise G. Gray, 1954 Mario Gray Ralph S. Gray Rodney Gray Russell Gray Sara B. Gray Sarah Nell Gray, 1991 Shirley L. Gray Steve Gray JoAnn Grayson, 1971 Portia Grayson Carla Great Aliyaa Green Alus Green, 1971 Barney Green Beatrice Freeman Green, 1974 Byron Green Charles Green Clyde W. Green, 1951 Ernest G. Green, Trustee Julie Green Krystal Green Larry D. Green Lawrence Green Mike Green Tita Green Walter Green William Green Edith E. Greene, 1960 Ghussan Rouse,1968 and Greg Greene Ralph E. Greenlee, 1968 Jason Greer Ernest Gresham Anne Grier Emma L. Harris Grier, 1955 Wayne Grier, 1983 Cary Griffin Dhameerah Griffin Eddie Evans Griffin, 1957 Gerard L. Griffin, 1976 Jeffrey F. Griffin, 1988 Kevin Griffin Lilton Griffin Saniyyah Griffin William G. Griffin Arthur and Deborah Griffiths Arthur J. Griggs, 1965 Grace Griggs Mickey Grimes Morey Grimes William T. Grimes, Jr., 1964 Ann W. Grimmett Carter Grimmett Johnnye M. Grimmett Chris and Beth Grimshaw Harriette Grissom Thomas P.,1948 and Gwendolyn Grissom Amaryllis N. Grogan, 1973 Jamal Grooms Temika Grooms Coleridge T. Gross Edward Gross Michael Grosswald Jabari Grover Darrell L. Groves Dizida Gude Sam Gude Linda W. Gulley Faye Gunn Thomas Gurley John C. Guyton Charles Hoyle Peter Hable Jerhard Hackert Linda Hackett Marva M. Hackney Mary Ellen Hackney Darryl Haddock Marcy Haddocks Roy E. Hadley Bobby Hadnott Carolyn Haffen Carmen Hagen Earl Hagger Donovan Hagues Sharyn M. Hailey Gwendolyn Haire Eric Hairston Raleigh D. Hairston, 1962 Robert Hairston Wendy O. Hairston C. Hanifa Hakim Cynthia Hale James Hale Mae Williams Hale, 1973 Wimbley Hale, 1966 Edward Hales Aaron Hall Brian Hall Charles Hall Cynthia R. Hall Eddie Hall Eric Hall James Hall J'Antae D. Hall, 2003 John Hall Julia Wallace Hall Linda A. Hall Napoleon Hall Richard Hall Sabrina T. Hall, 1988 Therrell Hall Woodrow Hall Julius Haller Reuben Haller Dona Halliday Mary Lorenz and Jim Halling Danine Hallman Kendall Hallman Dwight Halston Joseph Hambrite Bob Hamilton Dana L. Hamilton, 1992 Darlene Hamilton K. J. Hamilton Rochelle Hamilton Sharla L. Hamilton, 1997 Theressa Hamilton Wes Hamilton April Hamm William E. Hamm Angela C. Hammond, 1983 Kenneth Hammond W. R. Hammond William T. Hammond, 1967 Wynette Hammons Evelyn Zackary Hampton, 1962 Ottellia Hampton Thurman Hampton Tracey L. Hampton-Yarborough, 1986 Betty Hanacek Jacqueline McQuay Handy, 1986 Theodore Hanifa Cornelia A. Hankins Rogina E. Hannon, 1980 Art Hansen Lars Hansen Tom Hansen Lawrence Haralson Warren Harren Thomas S. Harbin Tracie A. Harbin-Burress, 1990 Jerry L. Hardee, 1960 Malcolm Hardeman Marshall N. Hardeman, 1956 Ellen Harden Lisa Harden Shawn M. Harden, 1983 Dorian Hardy, Jr. Jim Hardy Lola Harris Hardy, 1964 Lewis K.,1982 and Avadawn Hargett Patrice Hargrove Plunella Bailey Hargrove, 1957 Valencia G. Hargrove Jennye Townsend Harland Emanuel, 1957 John Harley Lillian L. Dent Harley, 1957 Cappy Harmon Bessie M. Harper, 1991 Gordon Harper Janice Harper Lisa Harper Kennis R. Harrell, 1973 Margaret Harrell Dorothy Foster Harrell-Ellis, 1960 Shaunda E. Harrell-Frazier, 1997 Biloly Harrington Charlotte M. Harris Constance L. Harris, 1975 Cynthia Harris Cynthia G. Piggopp Harris, 1949 Darryl Harris Irving, 1950 and Eloise Lyons Harris,1950 Florence Gill Harris, 1955 Gina Johnson Harris, 1978 H. M. Harris, III Henry M. Harris Jacqueline V. Harris Kathryn Harris Ken Harris LeRoy Harris Letty Harris Lisa Harris Mary Stephens Harris, 1962 Michael Harris Phil Harris Raymond J.,1957 and Willibelle Lee Harris, 1959 Ronald Harris Rosa W., and Herbert Harris Rosalyn T. Harris, CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

43 Shirley Harris, 1986 Stephanie C. Harris, 1994 Sylvia Harris Terry Harris Virginia Harris Will Harris William Harris Winifred, 1955 and Mary S. Harris,1968 Yolanda Harris Dorothy Howard Harris-Burwell, 1957 Alvin Harrison Christy C. Garrison Harrison, 1991 Michelle S. Harrison, 1995 Hattie Harris-Ship Antonio Harriston Issifu I. Harruna, 1985 Frank Harscher Bettie Ann C. Hart Carolyn Hart, 1997 Deirdre L. Hart, 1990 Bernadette Hartfield Ramunica Harton Alpalena Hartsfield Barbara Hartsfield William Hartsfield Criss Hartzell Djuana M. Harvell, 1996 Henri Harvey Ivery W. Harvey, 1963 Marques Harvey Michael Harvey Joanne H. Harvey-Lottie, 1969 Benson Harville Aisha Hasan Ishaq Haskell Osiris Hassan Stephanie Hassle George Hasty John W. Hatch Marian Farris Hatch, 1969 Mark A. Hatcher, 1999 Clemmie Barnes Hatchett, 1958 My-Ron A. Hatchett Glenda A. Hatchett-Johnson Sherrie Hauser-Simmons Tamanika Haven Danny Hawes Tantheah Hawes Anthony Hawkins Candace D. Hawkins Charlena Hawkins Charles Hawkins Elvin Hawkins Neville Hawkins Angel Hawthorne Victor L. Haydel Allene Farmer Hayes, 1981 Betty Blake Hayes, 1953 Dajuan Hayes Johnny Hayes Karen N. Hayes, 1990 Lillie G. Hayes, 1996 Michelle Hayes Willie B. Hayes Lisa P. Haygood, 1990 Heather E. Haynes Karima B. Haynes, 1984 Albert W. Hayward, 1956 Darryl B. Hazel Myron Head Deborah J. Heard, 1971 Rosalyn Law Heard, 1963 Simon Heard, Jr., 1974 John T. Heath, 1963 Christopher M. Hebron, 1996 Sheralyn Morrissette Hector, 1974 Olivia Hedgepeth Craig Heiser Tim Helton Michael Hemby Ted Hemingway Eve M. Hemmans, 1966 Faith Neal Hemphill, 1962 Marcie Hemphill Alexa Benson Henderson, 1966 Anna P. Henderson Betty A. Henderson, 1969 Charles Henderson Gwendolyn Wright Merritt Henderson, 1965 James H. Henderson Kevin Henderson Lois Henderson Lori C. Henderson, 1999 O. J. Henderson Robbye Robinson Henderson, 1968 Ronald L. Henderson Sue Henderson Verna James Henderson, 1939 Walter Henderson Annie O. Henderson-Davis, 1984 Bobbie J. Henderson-Moore, 1957 Michael Hendley Eula B. Hendricks Helen J. Hendricks Ida B. Hendricks Sedrie Henley Alice L. Henry Antonio Henry Harold Henry Horace C. Henry, 1971 K. T. Henry Matthew R. Henry, 1966 Sheree Henry Suzanne Henry Brenda T. Henry-Fox, 1980 Tracie R. Henson, 1998 Muriel Hepburn Patricia Hepburn Siriyama K. Herath Mark and Sophia Herbert-Peterson Paul and Norma Herd Juanita Hernadez Kanata A. Herring, 1993 Melanie Herring Maxine M. Hess Tiberius C. Hester, 1950 B. J. Hewitt Robert Hibler Reggie Hickmon Alvin Hicks Darryl Hicks John Hicks Martini Hicks Trent T. Hickson, 1981 Sidney Hieronymus Richard Higgins Dorothy L. Highland William S. Hight, 1951 Michael Hightower, 1979 Ondrea Hightower Anthony D. Hill, 1985 Charles A. Hill, 1997 Cheryl Y. Hill, 1990 Coleman Hill Ermina V. Hill, 1983 Etta J. Hill Frederick Hill, Harvenia H. Hill James Hill Jean I. Hill, 1974 Kimberly Hill Latanya D. Hill Louise C. Hill, 1974 Loyce L. Hill Marla Hill Mary Hill Mary Ann Hill Melanie L. Campbell Hill, 1983 Michael Hill Naidra Hill, 1994 Pamela Hill Tandra Hill Ted Hill Walter J. Hill Helen R. Hill-Fields, 1972 Asa (dec.) and Patsy Hilliard Patricia Hilliary Marilyn L. Brooks Hill-Jones, 1954 Delores Hillman Stephanie Hills Otis Hillsman Renee F. Hill-Sweet, 1995 Alida Hines Doug Hinson Justin Hires Kimberly Hixon Sylvia E. Hoard, 1997 Gerald Hobbs Lamar Hobbs Alma D. Hodges Virgil H. Hodges Gayle Hodnett Mamie T. Hoefer, 1957 Brett Hogan Dan Hogan Ernestine D. Hogan, 2003 Robert J. Hogan, 1991 Tom Hogan Diane Holbel Joseph Holden and Martha Lowe Brenda Holland Derick Holland Mike Holland Francis Holley John C. Holley Billy Holliday John A. Hollingsworth DaWayne Hollins Andrea M. Hodges Hollis, 1985 Bert Holloway Marjorie Alexander Holloway, 1956 Rhonda Holloway Louise Thornton Hollowell, 1953 Daniel Hollums Bill Holmberg Bernard L. Holmes, 1973 Charles H. Holmes, 1960 Corey W. Holmes, 2003 Elaine Pace Holmes, 1982 Etoile Stropshire Holmes, 1955 Gladys Long Holmes, 1937 J. R. Holmes James F. Holmes Larry Holmes LaWanda D. Holmes, 1992 Rosa Holmes Thomas Holmes Lisa Holstein Dwight Holston Arthur Holt Paul Holtzheimer Vicki Holtznan Rhonda., 1983 and James Honegan, 1983 Angela M. Dawson Hood, 1984 Cathy Obrien Hood LaTahnja R. Hood, 1989 Leamon Hood Philip L. Hood, 1956 Quintin Hood Billie J. Hooker, 1967 Terry Hooks Cathy B. Hope, 2002 Dean Hope Gwendolyn Keith-Dooley Hopgood, 1952 Collette M. Hopkins, 1975 John D. Hopkins Lavona Hopkinson Mary Ann Hopper Cynthia B. Hopson, 1985 Lorraine Hopson-Walton, 1976 Donald and Karen Horace Christine Horn Oscar Hornbuckle Cherry W. Horne Julie Horowitz Raymon Horton James Hoskins Mark A. Hoskins Carl E. House, 1971 Kevin Houser Pam Houser Allyson S. Houston, 2006 Deborah A. Houston Ramona A. Houston, 1992, Trustee Mia L. Houston-Madison, 1997 Angus G. Howard Jeffrey Howard Kenneth D. Howard, 1962 Lillie Perdue Howard, 1952 Mattie W. Howard, 1969 Preston D. Howard Ronald Howard Wanda Howard Gerry Howe John Howe Alyce Vyann-Howell Charles E. Howell, 1998 George Howell and Mtamanika Youngblood Loretta Howell Maria Howell Elizabeth Howse Wendell S. Huang, 1968 Sharon D. Hubbard-Belcher, 1988 Floyd Hubert Tjuana P. Huddleston, 1992 Alicia Hudson Delores Harris Hudson, 1962 Devon Hudson John D. Hudson, 1950 Kenneth Hudson Terrie Hudson Warner Hudson Kristal R. Hudson-Randall, Frances Barnes Huff, 1946 Ivy N. Huff Andrea Hughes Gwen Hughes Mike Hughes John E. Hughey, Jr., 1971 Katherine L. Hughey, 1975 Ella J. Hughley, 1958 Kevin G. Hughley Stephanie Hughley Trish Huguley Chris Hume Arnold Humphrey Frankie Humphrey Sarah Humphrey David Humphries Walter and Helen Hundley Bryce Hungerford Benniesha E. Hunter, 1995 Eddie L. Hunter Eleanor Hunter Gayle Hunter Jacqueline Hunter, 1957 Kevin Hunter M. R. Hunter Mary Hunter Mildred M. Hunter Sharon Hunter Tim Hunter Wylie Hunter Alvie Huntley CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

44 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Tywana Huntley Fredericka Flack Hurley, 1963 Rainford Hursefield Linda B. Hurt, 1973 Najah S. Husser, 1997 Bettye O Neal Hutchings, 1948 Krystle L. Hyatt, 2005 Vergil Hyatt Wayne Hyatt Carla Hyman Fatima Hyman R. William Ide, III, Trustee Sophia Illescas Kumiko Imai Jai A. Ingraham, 1999 Bruce and Judith Ingram Cleo A. Ingram Demetrius J. Ingram Jocelyn R. Ingram, 1999 Laquata Ingram Nathaniel and Judith Ingram Raymond R. Ingram, 1986 Constance D. Ingram-Allen, 1981 William Inman Tony Ippolito Jesse Ireland Robert Ireland Edward D. Irons Ataome Irune, 2000 Albert Irving Robin Isaf Guy Ishimoto Shaunya C. Ishmael, 1989 Joy Isoke Wendy G. Shannon Isom, 1990 Kokayi Issa Joyce Washington Ivery, 1969 Thelma Carroll Ivery, 1967 Andrea Jackson Angela Jackson Ann Shumate Jackson, 1957 Anthony L. Jackson, 1972 Archie Jackson Birdel Jackson, III Carlton A. Jackson, 1963 Cassandra G. Pryor Jackson, 1980 Cathy Jackson Courtney Jackson Curtis Jackson Cynthia Jackson D. T. Jackson Daniel Jackson Danielle Jackson Debra Jackson Dewanda Jackson Dorie and Alan Jackson Dorothy J. Jackson, 1963 Earl Jackson Edward Jackson Eric Jackson Everlina Ridley Jackson, 1953 Gerri Jackson Harold Jackson Ira L. Jackson, 1957 Jacqueline Jackson, 1970 James, 1961 and Helen C. Jackson Jewell Jackson Jimmy Jackson Karen D. Jackson, 1984 Katherine H. Jackson Kelley Jackson Kimberly H. Jackson Leif and Nikkole Jackson Leopold L.,1985 and Terresita Rogers Jackson, 1986 Leslie Jackson Louis Jackson M. Jackson Malikka N. Jackson, 1993 Marilyn Jackson Marva Randolph Jackson, 1962 Mary Helen Q. Thomas Jackson, 1965 Melinda Jackson Pat Jackson Patricia Jackson Priscilla Jackson Ralph A. Jackson Ramona D. Jackson Richard and Peggy Jackson Richard A. Jackson, 1967 Robert B. Jackson Rudolph Jackson Roger Jackson Sharmeen Jackson Sheryl Jackson Tamiko Y. Jackson, 1997 Theodore R. Jackson, 1994 Tv Jackson Tymera O. Jackson, 1986 Valerie Jackson William B. Jackson, 1960 Willie Jackson Yolanda Jackson Yvonne Jackson Bunnie Jackson-Ransom Audrey Jacobs Darrion T. Jacobs, 1997 Ida Dent Jacobs, 1962 J. H. Jacobs Walter R., and Loretta Jacobs Russell Jacquette Dieter Jaeger Brent James Chawn James Christopher James Dennis James Elvin James Janie M. Sapp James, 1964 Jethro James, 1951 Levy James Marcia A. James Mary B. James Ron James Sheryl James Vincent James Watu James Samuel C. Hamilton, 1965 Genevieve Juliette Jandel Dariel M. Janerette Easton, 1988 Camillie B. Janess David Jaquess Marie Hardrick Jarnigan, 1948 Canielia R. Jarrell, 1996 Thomas D. Jarrett Willa Henderson Jarrett, 1951 Gay-linn E. Gatewood Jasho, 1981 Wilma Simpson Jeff, 1962 King B. Jeffcoat, 1962 Patrick Jeffers Alexander Jefferson, Jr., 1942 Chanelle Jefferson Frankie Jefferson Lorenzo Jelks, 1961 Kevin Jenkin Ammon P. Jenkins, 1971 Art Jenkins Belinda Jenkins Bill Jenkins Carolyn M. Jenkins, 1960 Cynthia and Marcus Jenkins Darrell Jenkins Dorothy Harper Jenkins, 1973 Elizabeth Jenkins Everett Jenkins Helen Jenkins Isabella Taylor Jenkins, 1953 Kerrisha S. Jenkins, 1999 Melvin G. Jenkins, 1969 Ralph Jenkins Yvonne J. Jenkins Zenith Jenkins Bethew B. Jennings, 1998 Joseph Jennings Linda M. Jennings Vernee Jennings Garry Jeoffroy Andy Jerrick Patricia C. Jessamy Pauline Jester Warren,1994 and Shirley Jester, 1995 Cheryl D. Jester-George, 1987 Patricia Jeter Joseph, 1953 and Barbara Taylor Jewell, 1951 Fareed Jihad Joi John Lynn John Amil Johnson Amri Johnson Amy Johnson Angela Johnson AnnMarie Johnson Anthony W. Johnson, 1981 Audrey M. Johnson Benjamin Johnson, 1950 Bonita C. Johnson Brenda Johnson Bruce Johnson Calvin C. Johnson, 1980 Calvin H. Johnson, 1949 Catherine L. Johnson Cecelia B. Johnson, 1975 Charis Johnson Charlene Johnson Chereta Johnson Clarence Johnson, 1980 Clarise M. Johnson, 1974 Cleopatra Albury Johnson, 1953 Larry Johnson Debra Johnson Derrick Johnson, PC Donald Johnson, 1972 E. Michelle B. Johnson, 1982 Althea and Earl Johnson Earnest Johnson Eddie Johnson, 1964 Eddie R. Johnson Edmond Johnson, 1982 Fred Johnson Gary Johnson George Johnson George A.,1958 and Sylvia Johnson, 1961 George T. Johnson, 1957 Glenda H. Johnson Gwendolyn L. Johnson, 1968 Harvey M. Johnson, 1972 Henry C. Johnson, Jr., 1976 Indigo Debrah Johnson James E. Johnson, 1980 Jamuir M. Johnson, 1997 Jennifer C. Johnson Jerome B. Johnson, 1985 Jerry Johnson Joseph F. Johnson K. M. Sourie Johnson Kelnon Johnson Kenya L. Johnson, 1994 Kim Johnson Kurk Johnson Laouida Johnson Laura Johnson LeRoy Johnson, 1982 Lizzie Bacon Johnson, 1948 Lula McLaughlin Johnson, 1959 Mable Lumpkins Johnson, 1955 Margaret Johnson Marilyn G. Johnson Michael Johnson Peggye Kirby Johnson, 1963 Raymond Johnson Rod Johnson Ronald Johnson Seymour H. Johnson, 1950 Shirley A. Johnson Stephanie L. Johnson Susan Johnson Theodore L. Johnson, 1969 Theresa Johnson Tobe and Goldie Johnson Tom Johnson Tony R. Johnson, 1987 Tracey D. Johnson V. L. Johnson Vernelle Olive Johnson, 1956 Walter Johnson Wendell Johnson Willie P. Johnson, 1982 Winston A. W. Johnson Yvonne L. Johnson, 1993 Carl Johnston Keith Johnston Steven Johnstone Adolthuus Jones Anika Jones Anita Jones Annease C. Jones, 1971 Aquilla Brown Jones, 1961 Archie and Tiffini Jones Boby Jones Bruce Jones C. C. Jones, Jr. Cheryl R. Jones, 1995 Chjame S. Jones, 2001 Christola Wilkerson Jones, 1931 Chrystal Jones Contrell Jones Cynthia D. Troup Jones, 1973 David Jones Edgar L. Jones Edtora Jones Franklin J. Jones George Jones, 1971 Gloria L. Jones, 1994 Harold Jones Henrietta L. Jones Herbert C. Jones Herman Jones Ingrid Saunders Jones, Trustee Jacqueline Jones Estate of Jacqueline M. Jones, 1961 Jacqueline W. Jones, 1968 Jahmilah A. Jones, 2005 James Jones Jamila S. Jones, 2000 Jennette A. Jones Jennie Johnson Jones, 1957 Jenny L. Jones, 2002 Jesola E. Jones Jimmy J. Jones John Jones John E. Jones, 1980 John H. Jones Joshua R. Jones, 2006 Joyce Jones Joyce Jordan Jones, 1963 Katie McKinney Jones, 1947 Keith S. Jones, 1996 Kellye Jones Kimberly L. Jones, 1991 Latesha Jones, 1999 Leamber Jones Lena R. Livsey Jones, 1957 Linda Dozier Jones Lionel Jones Lorenzo Jones Madoshi Jones Martha Momon Jones, CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

45 Mary L. Fagan Jones, 1970 Melissa and Ariel Jones Michael Jones Michele Y. Jones Milton H. Jones, Jr. Nathan Jones Nicole Jones Oliver B. Jones, 1995 Pamalia D. Jones Robert Jones Robert A. Jones, 2001 Robin Jones Ronald Jones Ronald B. Jones Rose M. Jones Sara Jones Saunders Jones, Jr. Sharon R. Jones, 1972 Sheila D. Jones, 1978 Shirley Haper Jones, 1963 Stacie Jones T. J. Jones Teresa A. Gaines Jones, 1985 Thelma I. Jones, 1948 Theodore, 1956 and Sylvia Lee Jones, 1956 Tiffany M. Jones, 2000 Vernon Jones Virous Wyant Jones, 1962 Warren, 1985 and Teresa Jones, 1985 William Jones Willie Jones Cedrella Jones-Taylor Abbie H. Williams Jordan, 1953 Berri Jordan Beverly Jordan Crystal Jordan Debra Jordan Dennis F. Jordan Earnestine Jordan Elizabeth Tanksley Jordan, 1970 Harold and Michelle Jordan Janelle J. Jordan, 1997 Linda J. Jordan, 1985 Vanessa L. Jordan Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Michael and Laeria Jorden John Jordon Anthony Joseph Joretta B. Joseph, 1990 Richard and Leslie Joseph Patrick Josey Natasha M. Joyce Jerry Junious Joyce L. Junious Joycelyn Junious Laura Junious Stacey Jurhree, 1991 Rahman Kafele, 1998 Yamini Kagal Phyllis V. Kaltenbach Tom Kamara Carolyn Kaplin Rahim Kariem Beverly Kates John Katz Anthony Kay Anjanette Keane-Dawes Patricia Kearns Mollie M. Keaton, 1980 Atiba Kee Terrel Keels Thomas Keene Dannie Hornsby Keepler, 1966 Camille E. Keith, 2006 Jonnie T. Keith, 1971 Sherry P. Keith Carol C. Kelley Helen Perkins Kelley, 1965 Jeff Kelley Marion D. and Gene Kelley Grace Kelley-Driver Cynthia Kelley-Maddox Joe Kellman Ivan Kelly James Kelly Jeff Kelly Jennifer F. Kelly Mike Kelly Rod Kelly Hub Kelsh Irvin O. Kemp, 1949 Melissa Prunty Kemp Michael Kemp Robin Kemp Yakini B. Kemp, 1986 Melissa Kendall Martha Griffin Kendrick, 1965 Simon Kendrick Alton Kennedy Jacquelyn Y. Hamm Kennedy, 1956 Mildred A. Kennedy, 1963 Sallie Hall Kennedy, 1970 Shakira A. Kennedy, 2001 Sheree Kernizan Althea Waymer Kevil, 1979 Lisa Keyes Shafiq A. Khan Jennifer J. Kilburn, 1996 Rosalind U. Kilpatrick, 2001 Wylie J. Kilpatrick, 1963 Ann L. Wead Kimbrough, 1979 Bernice W. Kimbrough Eleanor Turner Kimbrough, 1952 Ruby L. Kimbrough, 1948 William Kimbrough Marlon C. Kimbrow, 1995 Lisa P. Kinard, 1987 Ronald P. Kincey, 1996 Alan King April T. King, 2000 Barbara Lewis King, 1957 Claudette R. King Gracie M. King, 1965 Henry, 1959 and Peggy M. King J. L. King Jean King Kelley King Laurel M. King, 1992 Lauren King Linda King N. Judge,1963 and Reatha Clark King, 1958 Olujimi King Richard King Robert E. King, 1981 Roland King Valencia King William C. King Daniel Kingloff Washington Kingsby Andrew Kinsey James and Earline Kinsey Julius Kinsey Larry Kippins Ardine Kirchhofer Anthony D. Kirk Douglas A. Kirk, 1968 Shellie Kirk Dana Kirkland Kay Kirkman Naomi Kirkman-Bey Gary J. Kirksey Helena Kirksey Dawn Kirstaetter, 1991 Richard Kistow Willie Kitchens Earl Klugh Aiyetoro Kmt Darrel Knicely Dian Knight Erica L. Knight, 2003 Faith Murphy Knight Gregory Knight Helen G. Knight Kim McFarland Knight, 1982 Larita Knight Sherese D. Knights, 2005 Terry Evans Knight, 1979 Michel Knopfler Katie Knowlin, 1972 Alfred L. Knox, Sr., 1953 Dorothy E. Knox Rosalyn Q. Jones Knox, 1977 Ras Kofi Edward W. Koger, 1992 Issa Kokayi John and Susan Kokoszka Kofi Kondwani Melvin Konner Xerxes Kooles Jeff Koplan Susan N. Kossak Nancy W. Kranz Regina M. Krochmal Edward Krugman Al Kulikowski Gabriel Kupermine Janet L. Kupperman Gunter and Sharon Kurrle Bebeline Laboy Sandra P. Lacefield, 1995 Awilda Lacey Michael Lacey Don LaChance Bishop Aaron Lackey Michael Lacour Shirley Ross Lacy, 1972 Robert W. Ladd Janine Ladson Chante Lagon Angela Lain E. T. Laird Mavis W. Lakes Venessa Price Lamar, 1977 Essex and Lucretia Lampkin Kevin Lampkin Lewis H. Lancaster Ronny Lancaster Leonard Lancette Dorothy T. Land Betty Landrum Nat Landry David Allen Lane Sandra D. Lane, 1966 Shelese C. Lane, 1992 Agatha Daniels Lang, 1949 Pamela Lappin Tammy G. Lapread, 1991 Jerrilyn McGhee Larkin, 1967 Rebecca Larkin Jason W. Lary, 1985 Horace C.,1958 and Janice Laster, 1959 Veronica Laster (Jodie) Khadeejah C. Lasuc, 1999 Doug Latham Lorenzo Latimer Randy Latimer Tiffany N. Lattimer, 2005 Debra Steven Lattimore Fabienne Lauture Inez Aires Lavind, 1953 Anthony Lavorgna Kafayat Lawal Jermaine Lawrence Michael J. Lawrence Robert and Simone Lawrence Taryn L. Lawrence, 1984 Vernita G. Warrior Lawrence, 1991 Janice Lawrence-Clarke William H. Laws Edward D. Lawson, 1962 Eloise Lawson Ivy Lawson J. J. Lawson, 1968 Johann R. Lawton Natalie Lawson Nwandi Lawson Owen Lawson Sharon S. Lawson, 1991 Leah Leach Kimberly Leachman Wilfred Leaks Dawn M. Leaner, 1997 Suzette Leaphart Wilbur T. Leaphart, 1991 Edna R. Leary, 1963 Luke Leavitt Maurice Lecroy Andrew and Ellen Lederman Cheryl Y. Lee, 1979 Cynthia Lee, 1982 James C. Lee, 1995 Joan P. Lee John E. Lee, 1969 Kalima Lee Laura Johnston Lee, 1962 Marie B. Lee, 1991 Mary H. Lee, 1983 Renee Lee Steven Lee Vivian F.,1971 and Hilliard Lee William H. Lee LaVerne B. LeFlore, 1969 Harry Leftridge Marc Leger Mary Legg Anna Y. Leggett Ronald T. Lemezis Kim Lemon Carol Mitchell Leon David M. Leonard Sherald Jackson Leonard, 1970 Diane Lesley Sarah Leverette Joseph Levert Elizabeth Levine Marshall Levine Alberteen Young Lewis, 1991 Allen Lewis Clarence, 1953 and Viriginia Lewis, 1953 Clarissa Lewis, 1994 Cynthia Patterson Lewis, 1974 Deneen A. Lewis, 1988 Diane Lewis Dolphus G. Lewis, 1969 Gail B. Randall Lewis, 1968 Jean West,1965 and Rogers Lewis Jeannine Lewis Joyce Lewis Kiona Lewis Linda Lewis Lonzy Lewis Marsha A. Lewis, 1995 Marva Lewis Mary Barnett Lewis, 1968 Naima Lewis Nathan L.,2001 and Nicole Lewis Phillip Lewis Robert L. Lewis, 1953 Shanta Lewis Sheila E. Lewis, 1981 Shelby Lewis Shena Lewis Vivian S. Brown Lewis, 1965 Yvonne Lewis Renel L. Lewis-Jenkins, 1993 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

46 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS De`Edra Z. Lewis-Johnson, 1988 Iris L. Lewis-Moody, 1979 Eniola O. Leyimu, 1979 Janice L. Liddell Robert Lieberman Susan Liebeskind Carl Liender Audrienne Light Diane Light Shana Lightfoot Frank M. Ligon Portia Ligon Christina Lihan Cory M. Lima, 2001 Hilary and Less Lincoln Lucy C. Lincoln Gregg and Libby Lindahl Clay Linder Vicki Linder Zebedee Linder, 1980 Larry Lindke Joe N. Lindsey, 1981 Seconda Lindsey Brad Lingerfelt Bernard Linnette Kenneth Linning Sereata Linton Harold Lippit Adiel Cantrell Lisbon, 1952 Allan Little Carol Parks Little Harold B. Little, 1986 Henry Little Jacqueline L. Little Joe L. Little, 1997 Kate Little Kim Little Luroyale Little Nate Little Omah Little William Richard Little William R. Little, 1974 Charles Liverpool Ezra G. Livingston Janie M. Livsey, 1973 Charliemae Willman Lloyd, 1953 Iris W. Lloyd Carlton Lockard Demetrius Lockett Alfred D. Lockhart Bobby Lockhart Verdree Lockhart, 1957 Vernita B. Lockhart Antonio Lofton Karl Lofton Brenda J. Logan E. Redmond Logan, 1966 Frank Logan Gloria G. Logan Kofi Lomotey Betty Londengan Donald Long Ernest, 1965, and Reba Long Juanita Mitchell Long, 1955 Renee C. Long, 1985 Richard A. Long T. M. Long Jose E. Lopez, 1997 George Lopos Clyde Lord Stan Loth Kaneta Lott Emma Johnson Loud, 1951 Benjamin W. Louder, Lynda Roberson Louis, 1972 Albert E. Love, 1974 Rose Love Vernitta Love Yvonne Love William Lovely Gary Lovett Bennie O.,1952 and Belle Lowe Chantrell Lowe Lewis M. Lowe, 1954 Robert, 1965 and Barbara Harper Lowe, 1965 Walter J. Lowe Deborah Lowery Donald Lowery Joseph E. Lowery Teresa Lowery Hadley Lowy Dennis Lucas Kim Lucas Shirley T. Lucas Letrice A. Durham Lucear, 1991 Stephen Lucy Mary Calhoun Lumpford, 1968 Houston Lumpkin Mary C. Lundy, 1962 Alan Lunsford Freddy and Trish Luster George Luster Mary B. Lyle Richard, 1964 and Lauretta Smith Lyle, 1990 Scott Lyons Malka M Buzi-Moore Mary Clark Mabra, 1970 Donald G. Mack, 1998 John W. Mack, 1969 Sonia Mack Terry Mack H. J. Macklin Gretchen E. Maclachlan Matthew Macon Angeleke A. Maddox Elton P. Maddox James, 1967 and Alise Maddox Michael Maddox Sheila A. Maddox Sherman Maddux Nancy Madill Jonathan Madison, 2003 Michelle Y. Madison, 1982 Martha Maggard Mark Maguire Nancy Maignan Paul Mainor Grace Maiola Talibah Majeed Delores Major Helen Ephriam Major, 1969 Gary Malcolm Siddeeqah N. Malik, 1999 Jerry Mallard Ethel Hurst Mallory, 1948 Mary Weems Mallory, 1992 Sherry Mallory Regina Malloy Matthew M. Malok James and Charna Malone Rubie M. Malone, 1961 Rosanne Maltese Chuck Mandt Stoddard Manikin Robert Manis Bob Manley Claudine B. Manning, 1956 Deatrice Manning Kimberly L. Manning, 1990 Lillian D. Manning, 1968 Ruth M. Manning Carla Mannings Mr. and Mrs. Mansbach Audrey L. Manson John Manson Alimah Maolud, 1998 Betty Lewis Mapp, 1966 Andridia V. Mapson, 2001 Herbert R. Marbury David Marcus Pat Marcus Terrence Marcus, Sr. Cordena Mardell George Marion Joseph Marks Richard Marks Sharon Marks Toya E. Marks, 2005 Thomas A. Marnell Steve Marsh Tamara Marsh William F. Marsh Arthur W. Marshall, 1975 (dec.) Brigitte Marshall Connie O. Marshall Munjah Marshall Russell Marshall Trichita Marshall Velma Carr Marshall, 1968 Fred Marsteller Charlotte Martin Clara Howell Martin, 1951 Clarence T. Martin, 1976 Denena Martin Dora Thomas Martin, 1961 Edwina M. Martin, 1947 Eleanor W. Martin Janet L. Hutchins Martin, 1976 Jelyne V. Martin, 1996 Joseph and Bernadetta Martin Phil Martin Ralph Martin Terry Martin Warren Martin Eduardo Martinez Tracey M. Martin-Toomer Barbara L. Washington Mason, 1971 Karen Mason Linda Mason Sam Massell Elizabeth B. Massengill Donald Massey and Marva Shelton Walter and Shirley Massey Yvette D. Massey Kathy Masterson Katherine Mathes Derrick Mathews Daniel Mathieu Magalene Mathis, 1951 Delbra Matlock-Washington Charles R. Matthews, 1981 Hewitt W. Matthews, 1966 Kimberly Matthews Sean Matthews Sherelle M. Matthews Dan Mattox Portia E. Mattox-Noble, 1987 Fall Maudine Errol and Lucille Mauge Ruthie J. Maultsby, 1989 John Maupin Alison Mawle Kevin Maxey Caroline Charles May Dan May Jessie Glanton May, 1949 Robin M.,1997 and Lee May, 1998 Bruce Mayfield Christine Mayfield Gwendolyn Mahone Mayfield, 1964 Evelyn Wynn Dixon James C. Mays, 1969 Joseph Mays Sylvia W. Mays Elgin C. Mazone Atiba S Mbiwan David and Elizabeth McAlister Alfred McAntz Sandra K. McBeth Cornell McBride Frances Eberhardt McBride, 1945 Wendell McBurrows Candace K. McCain, 2000 Carolyn Jackson McCain, 1969 Geneva H. McCall Genevieve McCarthy Bill McCarty Louise R. McClain Charlene McClendon Rob McClendon Albert McCloud Joann McCloud-Harrison, 1971 Francine McClure Audrey Thomas McCluskey, 1967 Ann Copeland McCollum, 1980 Brock McConnell Pamela McCoomer Elizabeth McCord Jerry McCord Darlene McCoy Ellen McCoy Eloise McCoy Henry McCoy Juliette G. McCoy Juliette Knowles, 1954 and Amos McCrary Deborah McCrary Evelyn R. McCray, 1956 Wilson McCreary Kaamilya McCullough Louisa McCullough Felicia A. McDade, 1993 Georgia Stewart McDade, 1971 Akua McDaniel M. A. McDaniel Randal McDaniel Pellom McDaniels Tami McDole Amani McDonald Betty J. McDonald, 1977 Cofy and Naeemah McDonald Deirdre McDonald-Williams Forrest McDonald Kevin McDonald Kimon McDonald Linda McDonald Verdell S. McDonald Terrence McDonnough Carol McDougal Chris McDuffie George E. McElroy Patrick D. McElroy, 1989 Richard McFarlane Betty McFarlin Don McFee Lula A. McGarity, 1982 Kevin McGee Rufus L. McGee, 1953 Patrick McGeehan James McGeer Donna McGhee Ida D. McGhee, 1979 Robert A.,1969 and Johnnie Sawyer McGhee, 1969 Dorothy B. McGirt Paul McGlynn Camlin N. McGowan, 2004 Robin McGowan Thomas McGowan Joyce McGriff Sabbaye McGriff Elaine T. McGruder Rosalyn McGruder Denise McHam Carolyn Y. McIntosh, 1964 Claude McIntosh Gina McIntosh Yolanda McIntosh 44 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

47 Clauzell McIntyre, 1998 Thomas McIntyre Dorothy J. Palmer McIver, 1962 Lucille McIver Nannette L. McJunkins, 1992 Patricia McJunkins Chris McKeehan Mark McKeller William McKelvey Joyce E. McKennie, 1970 Tanji McKens D. McKenzie Elayna L. Rucker McKenzie, 1989 Melissa McKenzie Miranda M. McKenzie Dorothy McKever Delores Y. McKinley, 1976 Gwendolyn McKinley Kim McKinney Clifton McKnight, Sr. Lavern McKnight Debra F. Mclaughlin, 1986 Michelle McLaughlin Linda McLaurin Sandra McLemore Kimberly E. McLurkin-Harris, 1982 Willia A. McMichael Gregory McMichael Elridge W. McMillan, 1954, Trustee Randolph McMillan, 1952 Juanita McMillian Kelly McMurray, 1994 Anne McCoy McNair, 1957 Cathy McNair Denisha McNair Margaret E. McNeal, 1994 Marty McNear Amari McNeil Loretta McNeir, 1975 Michael McQueen Bernard McRae Jean McRae Helen E. Tift McSwain, 1982 Murray McWhorter Rachel B. McWilliams Janet L. Meadows Denise Brown Means, 1983 Duke Meekins Clifford,1969 and O Livia Brown Meeks, 1969 Dyma Melius Ahmad Melody Michael E. Melton, Trustee Christopher, 1948 and and Carrye K. Melvin, 1948 Wesley, 1961 and Harriet Brown Memeger, 1962 Quintin Meminger Curt Mencer Joe Angel Menkel Charles Meriwether John Merk Lisa B. Merkerson-Ladson, 1987 Maggie Mermin Marylle E. Merredith Kelly D. Merrick Ernestine Merritt Glenn Merritt Jeremy Merritt Te and Karen Merritt Verna Evergin Merritt, 1964 Rodney Merriweather Lesia Mescudi Jorga Mesfin Robert Metz Janet L. Metzger Tonya Meyer John M. Michael, 1984 Maria Mickens Ronald Mickens Gerald Middlebrooks Karen Middlebrooks Ernest Middleton Ernest J. Middleton, Nathaniel J. Middleton, 1983 Alvin Miles Jennifer Miles Kim Miles Annette Powell Miller, 1958 Charles Miller Charlin Miller Devina V. Miller, 2003 Douglas Miller Estate of Edward C. Miller, 1923 Helen Ellis Miller, 1955 James H. Miller Jantz Miller Jenise Miller John J. Miller, 1958 Joseph Miller Keith Miller Kerry Miller Maxine A. Miller, 1964 Patricia Miller Posey Miller Prentice Miller Ray Miller Renee Miller Robert L. Miller Shirley Ballard Miller, 1956 Suzanne Miller Trudy R. Miller William, 1961 and Flora Miller, 1962 Yvonne M. Miller-Brogley, 1961 Essie Milligan Jakai Milligan Deshawn Milling Wayne Millington Cleve Mills Lev and Joyce Mills Israel H. Milton, 1958 Janet Milton Marjorie Alexander Milton, 1953 Sam Milton Sharon Mims Ulysses Mims Van Mims, Jr. Cherubin Mimy Alvin Mincey Shari P. Mincey Corene P. Minchin Michele Mindlin Charmaine Minniefield Marcus Minnifield Kendall Minter Andrew Mintz Ann M. Mintz Eric A. Mintz, Trustee Ellen Mintzmyer Andre L. Mitchell, 1984 Brian Mitchell Bruce Mitchell Candice B. Mitchell, 2004 Carol R. Mitchell, 1979 Carrie T. Mitchell, 1966 Cecilia Mitchell Chanti Mitchell Deborah Dorsey Mitchell Derrick Mitchell Dexter Mitchell Dolores M. Mitchell E. R. Mitchell Elnetta Mitchell Irving Mitchell James Q. Mitchell Jobyner L. Mitchell, 1978 June Mitchell Karen Nolan Mitchell, 1977 Kenyatta A. Mitchell, 1996 Lois Zackery Mitchell Marilyn D. Mitchell P. Mitchell Pam Mitchell Ricky A. Mitchell, 1998 Shirley Mitchell Stacey Mitchell Ulysses and Angela Mitchell Mary A. Morris, 1952 Bennie Mobley Cathra Mobley Alvin D. Moddelmog Steve and Hala Moddelmog Nia A. Modeste, 1998 William and Cassandra C. Modeste Noran L. Moffett, 1990 Maria Moffitt Feipati Mogotsi Shaundra M. Mohan, 1999 Anthony Molock Filippo Moneti Bessie Marchman Monroe, 1951 Karl B. Monroe Geronda L. Montalvo Ed Montgomery James Montgomery June R. Montgomery Mercedes Montgomery Theresa Montgomery, 1973 William Montgomery Judith A. Service Montier James Moody Karen D. Moody, 1979 Lisa Moody Pamela Moody, 1996 Deborah Mooney James Moor Adriana Moore Akinya Moore Billy Moore Carol Moore Charles Moore Christine J. Moore Earline Styles Moore, 1963 Ernest E. Moore, 1966 James Moore John Moore Joyce A. Moore, 1970 Kelvyn A. Moore Lorenzo Moore Louis J. Moore, 1962 L'Tanya M. Moore L'Tarra Moore Malka M'Buzi-Moore Marshall Moore, 1973 Michael J. Moore Michael A. Moore, 1991 Patricia J. Moore Rourke A. Moore, 1979 Stacey L. Moore Timothy O. Moore Viaren Moore Winston Moore Roger Morales Yvette L. Morelon, 1996 Barbara Small Morgan, 1974 James Michael Morgan Jonathan Q. Morgan, 1995 Gwendolyn Morgan Thomas Morgan Aubry Morley Christopher Morley Lillian Sanders Morman, 1962 Melonie Morrell Darryl Morris Emma J. Morris, 1975 Keith Morris Phenecia C. Morris, 1950 Sharon Morris Gregory B., Trustee and Debra Morrison Caroline D. Morrow, 1962 Choncetia W. Morrow Emily D. Morrow, 1954 Joann Morrow, 1971 Tony Morrow Carlton H.,1951 and Evelyn Clayton Morse, 1951 Denise V. Morse, 1976 Maurice Downs Morse, 1947 LaJoy Y. Mosby Lana G. Mosby Emily Moscato Charles T. Moses Harold Moses, 1968 Lisa Moses Mary Moses Myron Moses Pamela Moses Teresa Burrell Moses Jane R. Mosley, 1980 Lisa K. Morgan-Mosley Nichols Mosley Toussaint Mosley Tracey R. Mosley Avery Moss David and Thelma Moss Jon C. Moss Michael Mote Eleanor J. Motley, 1974 Mesha A. Mott, 1985 Patty Mouton Denise Moyd Abdullah Muhammad Ken Muhammad Zahir and Annette Muhammad Rashad Muhammd Margaret H. Mullen, 1974 Ivan D.,1956 and Betty Mullins, 1954 Ray Mullins Vanessa Mullins Fareed Abdul Mumin Denise Mummert Lorenzo Mumphery Adrienne N. Munn, 1996 Wilton S. Munnings, 1984 Cecil B. Murphey, 1970 Dara Murphy Davina Murphy Harriet M. Murphy Kelly D. Murphy, 1992 Michael Murphy Paula Murphy Vincent Murphy Faith Murphynight Fambra Murphy-Pac Barbara Lovinggood Murray, 1958 Elizabeth Rushing Murray, 1971 Janice M. Murray, 1972 Willie Murray Steven Murria Sonya Murry Kathy Mustersos Ernest D. Mweleka Dana L. Myers, 1998 Gloria M. Myles, 1956 Lorenzo Myles Marcus Myrick Fabian K. Nabangi Letitia L. Nachise John Naegle Najwa Naohara Martin Naomi Demond A. Nash, 2006 Gregory and Yolanda Neal Mary S. Neal Monica Neal Candid Kandy Nedina Annie W. Neely, 1961 Lashonda Neely CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

48 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Tegest Nega Kenneth and Julia Neighbors Rico Nelor Andrew Nelson Angela D. Nelson, 1977 Camille Nelson Charles E. Nelson Harry D. Nelson, 1959 Jane C. Nelson, 1981 Joyce H. Nelson Marcia Nelson, 1979 Millicent Nelson, 1979 Odessa S. Nelson, 1932 (dec.) Radeane Nelson Rosemarie Nelson Christine Neptune Charles Nesbitt Major Nesby Dida F. Nesmith, 1984 Kathy Nesmith Mary Beth Neumeister Carole Moten Newell, 1970 Patricia L. Newland Lester C. Newman, 1976 Mia D. Newman Rogers J. Newman, 1949 Chauncey R. Newsome Wendy Newspetter Tran L. Nguyen, 2003 Neba N. Ngwa-Suh, 1968 Geneza Nicholas Geneva Nichols Keisha Nichols Rudolph V. Nichols, 1951 Chameko N. Nicholson, 1994 Mike and Windy Nicholson Nick Nicholson Suzanne K. Nieman Willie D. Nix Josephine I. Njoku, 1998 Jenise Noah Alma G. Noble, 1961 Mark Noble Bessie Nobles Tammy Nobles Lillie Ann C. Noel Stacy Noles Bill Norman Edward C. Norman, 1950 (dec.) Frances B. Shaw Norman, 1940 Gene A. Norman Joan McWilliams Norman, 1953 Lana D. Norman, 1963 Moses C. Norman, 1957 Nicky Norman Thena Monts Norman William Norman Nana Nornoo Alfred Norris Mark Norris Pier A. Norris, 2004 Xanthene Sayles Norris, 1950 Elaine North Walter North Ada T. Norwood, 1972 Kim Norwood Marc D. Norwood, 1996 Robert Norwood Gustav Nunez Bennie H. Nunnally, 1973 Doreen Reese Nunnally Johnny L. Nunnally, 1963 Loretta Hudgins Nunnally, 1963 Martin Nunnally Nat Nwizu Peit C. Nwobodo, 1987 Reba Nyen Marita O'Brien Loretta O Brien-Parham Sylvester Odigie-Osazuwa Glenda W. Odoi, 1972 Frank T. Odom, 1953 William Odum Kyle Offermann Doris Duvall Oglesby, 1953 William M. Ogletree, 1952 Bukola Oguntala Ojiabo Ukoha, 1992 Nnamdi Okpara Pearl Carter Oliphant, 1957 Kevin Oliveira Belinda Oliver Ira A. Oliver Lonnie J. Oliver, 1974 Millicent A. Oliver Voncile Deane Oliver, 1957 Willie Mae Keith Oliver, 1963 Eugene O'Mard Anita O'Neal, 1969 Edwin O'Neal Franklin F. O'Neal, 1951 Miata O'Neil Robert O'Neil David Organ Dorothy James Orr, 1956 John R. Orr Howard and Carol Ory Judith A. Osborne Annie L. Osby, 1987 J. Osci Stacie Oseragbajie Toyin S. Osinubi, 1996 Dada Osisanlu Kathleen O'Toole Susan Ottzen Mary Overton Mary T. Overton Glen Owen Barbara Owens Bryan and Deirdre B. Owens, 2001 Dorothy Grant Owens, 1950 Francine W. Owens Jamila Owens John Owens Larry Owens Lynn Owens Marguerite Owens Takiela L. Owens Terry Owens Wanda L. Owens Sandra Owensby Leo Oxley Orhan K. Oz, 1982 William Ozier Samuel O'Zion David Ozyp Pedro Pablos Amanda Padgett Carla E. Pagan, 1996 L. A. Pagano Frank H. Page, 1949 Harold A.,1954 and Maurice Page, 1956 Pamela J. Page Terri P. Page, 1984 Willetta C. Page Philip Pagels James Paige Hal Paisant Vicki Palefsky Nick Palermo Bob Palk Paula Klingman Palk Sarah Pallas Tasi Pallas Chanel L. Palmer, 2005 John E. Palmer Johnny B. Palmer Ron Palmer Rose M. Palmer Shanalyna Palmer Thomas J.,1967 and Barbara Hollimon Palmer, 1967 Timothy Graham Palmer Daniel and Gwendolyn Letman Pambi,1990 Yudong Pang, 1997 Jules Paape Barbara P. Paramore, 1964 Adassa Pardue Douglas, 1974 and Vanessa Roberts Parham, 1975 Johnny E. Parham, 1960 Joseph G. Parham Chun Park Anna L. Parker Carroll T. Parker, 1970 David Parker Delores A. Parker, 1968 John Parker Lazarus Parker Marlin L. Parker, 1993 Norman E. Parker Thomas A. Parker, 1970 KiTani A. Parker-Johnson, 2003 Helen Parks Jackie Parks Juanita Parks Lola E. Parks, 1953 Lynda James Parks, 1971 Raleigh J. Parks, 1953 Ricky Parmer Creed Parnell Florence Nelson Parnell, 1945 Gilda Parnell Calvin Parner Bernice Parris Joseph Parson Leonard Parsons Robert M. Partee Willie Partridge Willie,1957 and Eloise R. Paschal, 1967 Leonardo Paskell Nnamdi O. Paskins, 1996 Constantino R. Pasquier, 2003 Rod Pass Tim Paternoster Manuel Patino James Patrick Marsha G. Patrick, 1993 Lynne A. Patten, 1991 Steven Patten Fred Patterson Henry Patterson James H.,1957 and Lois Gartrell Patterson, 1962 Pat Patterson Tammy Patterson Blake Patton Edger Paul Stephen Paul Sharon Pauli James C. Payne Lynn Payne Melissa C. Payne Victoria Payne Whit Payne Bill and Joan Payton Altricia L. Payton-Black, 1989 Lucretia R. Payton-Stewart Reginald N. Pea, 1986 Preston Peaden Rich and Meg Pearlstein Arlene Pearson, Kevin Pearson Lindon C. Pearson, 1996 Shirley Pearson Virgil Pearson Mark Peay Jeff Peck Jerry Peek Tecumbe Peete Tecumsah Peete Culissa A. Peltier Alisa Peninger Marisa Peninger Eddie Pennant Latasha E. Pennant, 1997 Mike Penny Donald Penovi Irving Penso Laura R. Peoples, 1974 William O. Peoples, 1968 James Pepper Jay A. Pepper Matthew Pepple Bernard V. Pepukayi, 1995 Jacquelyn Perdue-Josey, 1971 Carmen Perez Christine Perkell Harriette Perkins Juanita Perkins Rejohan T. Perkins, 1992 Shirley T. Perkins, 1966 Willie D. Perkins Angel Perry Charlotte B. Perry, 1946 Cliff Perry Ernest Perry Fannie H. Perry Jennifer Perry Mike Perry Veronica Perry Willis Perry David Petersen Alan C. Peterson Alex Peterson Anthony Peterson Benjamin J. Peterson, 1980 Torkwase Peterson Larry Pett Charles Pettit Tamika M. Pettway, 1999 Gilbert, 1965 and Alyce M. Petty Daniel Pfeifer Charles Phelps Stella P. Phelts, 1968 Jeffrey J. Phillips John C. Phillips, 1974 Marion Phillips, 1966 Mary H. Phillips, 1957 Mary Jones Phillips, 1965 Mike Phillips Noble Phillips Dwight Philpotts Frank Phipps Sondra D. Sutton Phung, 1997 Johnathan Picard Earl Pickard Mark Pierce Ashebe S. Pierre Carol J. Pierre, 1988 Charles Pierre Tonya Pierson Wanda Pierson Alan E. Pinado Brenda Cox Pinckney, 1960 Margo A. Pinckney, 1998 Robert Pinckney Leo Pinkett Jeff Pinkham Frances Wilson Pinkston, 1958 Lloyd Pinkston Steve Pirtle Bettye Daniels Pittman, 1976 James L. Pittman Davida L. Pitts, 1999 Ivan S. Pitts, 1998 Joan L. Pitts, CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

49 Michael Plemons Pawel Plisaka Paul M. Plotsky Martha Ward Plowden, 1969 Miller Plumber Ron Poag Sadler Poe Gerald Polk Jack Polk L. L. Polk Lashawn Polk Nora Polk Anderson W. Pollard, 1953 Bill Pollard Randle E. and Mildred Brawner Pollard,1950 Sterling Pollard Francine I. Poller, 1962 Agnes Maxey Ponder, 1960 Luther Ponder Paris K. Ponder, 2002 Randall D. Ponder, 1961 Peter Ponzol Nelda J. Poole Patricia R. Poole, 1973 Ann D. Pope Annie F. Pope Denise Cooper Pope, 1979 Larry Pope Webster R. Pope Ainsley Popwell Henry J. Porter Mary Porter Roger, 1970 and Phyllis Hester Porter, 1972 Thenoid Porter Ernest Porterfield, 1966 Constance Porter-Smith, 1952 Elise Hooks Post, 1961 Ersa Hines Poston, 1946 Jessie Drew Pottsdamer-Watson, 1977 Andre Powell Greselda Powell Jamal Powell Jeff Powell Mike Powell Owen Powell Quiana L. Powell Robin L. Powell, 1988 Tiffany Powell Charlene Y. Powell-Atkins, 1989 Barbara Powers Eddie Powers Willie Powers Katie Baughman Poythress, 1949 David Prater Eugene N. Prater, 1948 Diallo Prather Monique M. Prather Sheila Stenson Prather, 1981 Mark Prausnitz Karen E. Predow Frances President Edwin Presley Rosia Smith Presley, 1972 Denise P. Preston Shermeaka Preston Dunya M. Youngblood Price, 1992 Judith Price Reoman Price Teddy Ray Price Tony S. Price, 2004 Penelope Prime Cornelia N. Primous, 1975 Sammie Pringle, 1993 Michael Pritchett Eleanor Brayboy,1962 and Emmett L. Proctor, 1969 Roosevelt Prout Edgar Pruitt Monica Pryce Carranza and Evelyn Pryor Lindsey Pryor Sandra T. Pryor, 1968 Sheila J. Pryor Theodore Pryor Elsie B. Pugh, 1951 Fenton and Myrna Pugh, Gabriella Pugh Ron Pullman Richard C. Puls, 1990 Bruce Pulver Jamesetta Purcell Martin Purnell Larry Purvis Bob Putnan John Pyles Iris J. Pyron, 1981 Saatir Quadir Joan Qualbrough Ozzie B. Freeman Quarterman, 1942 Daryl Queen Bob and Barbara Rabin Michael Rabkin Lurma M. Rackley, 1970 Guy Radcliffe Debra Rademaker Sandra Radford Michele Ragland Rai Ragland Angela Ragsdale Richard Ragsdale Prince Rahm Jason J. Raines, 1987 Attwa Rainey Jacqueline L. Rainey Jamesa M. Rainey-Euler, 1993 Sharon Raleigh Rynalder D. Rambeau, 1948 Patricia J. Ramon, 1995 Gilberto Ramos Jeanne C. Rance Bobbie Rancher Andre Randall Pat Randall George R. Randolph, 1992 Karen Randolph Kevin Randolph Royal Randolph, 1998 Sandra D. Randolph-Lowe, 1966 Aleasa R. Rankin, 1990 Cheryl A. Johnson Ransaw, 1974 Elder Charles Ransom Joe E. Ransom, 1972 Mae M. Ransom, 1968 Marriana Ransom Therese Rasmussen Jerome Ratchford David M. Ratcliffe Perry Raulet Dominick Ravita Ella E. Ravnell Jackie Rawls Marvin Rawls, 1978 Bill and Bamby Ray Dorothy Ray Elise Ray John Ray Teddy Ray Warren Raybon Dave Raymond Andrew Reams Bob Reardon Prince and Madoca Redd Lucile Royal Redd, 1960 Madoca Redd Michelle Reddie Christine Redding Lowder David Redding Gwen Redding Jean Wilson Redding, 1959 Luther R. Redding Brianna Redman John A. Redmon, 1958 Carey L. Redrick, 1943 Alison E. Reed Ayanna M. Reed, 1996 Elaine Reed Rodney J. Reed, 1951 Sameerah M. Reed, 2003 Samuel A. Reed, 1988 Charissa Reedy Ronald D. Reemsnyder Mildred Lyons Reese, 1952 Robin J. Reese Robin N. Reese Golden, 1992 Antoinette L. Reeves, 1992 Cecil Reeves, 1964 Zeena Regis Delbert Reichardt Al B. Reid, 1983 Arnetta A. Reid Cassandra Reid Christine Reid Erica H. Reid, 1995 Ernette Fulcher Reid, 1948 Kenya L. Reid, 1994 Margaret A. Reid Richard Reid Sandy G. Reid, 1947 Shawn Reid Shirley A. Reid, 1972 Stella Stafford Reid, 1970 Lisa Reidenhour-Jackson Charles Reinke Kersten E. Reitz Peralte Remy Dyer Renaldo Marvin P. Renaud, 2003 Nelson Render Davanna Renne James Renner Valona Renner-Thomas, 2000 Bernice Renta Darkeyah Reuren Biana Rey-Marrero Clarence Reynolds George Reynolds Jock Reynolds Taunya Reynolds Monica N. Morrow Rhodan, 1982 Janet, 1944 and William Rhoden Lee D. Rhoden Joanne V. Rhone, 1966 Bill Rice Ralph Rice Gilbert Rich Carol Richards Frank Richards Kurtis Richards Sy Richards Lolita L. Richards-Baker, 1996 Arthur and Jay Richardson Avis Richardson Carolyn C. Richardson, 1967 Catherine W. Richardson Charles W. Richardson, Jr. David S. Richardson Frederick Richardson Gladys Porter Richardson, 1942 Glenn Richardson Kathy Richardson Melvin B. Richardson, 1978 Merle Richardson Tina Richardson Wayne M. Richardson-Harp Juanita Richey-Thompson, 1961 Gary Richter Craig H. Ricks Hoyland H. Ricks Anthony Riddick Sherry Riddick Willliam Riddick, Jr. Sarah L. Ridgeway, 1971 Gwendolyn H. Ridley Anita Fleming Rife Linda Riggins Susan Rigmaiden Bobby Riley, 1993 H. B. Riley Marcia Riley Daniel Rimmy Andre Rives Kay Roane Lillie M. Robbins, 1971 Cynthia L. Roberson, 1991 Michelle D. Roberson, 1997 Synthia T. Roberson Catherine R. Roberts, 1998 Delia M. Roberts Howard D. Roberts, 1953 Kenneth Roberts Lula G. Roberts, 1976 Mike Roberts Patricia D. Roberts, 1981 Philip Roberts Robin D. Roberts, 1978 Steven Roberts Virginia Eberhardt Roberts, 1934 Bill Robertson Karen A. Robertson, 1967 Quintin L. Robertson, 1991 Will Robertson Mimi Roberts-Turner, 1974 Kathy M. Robie-Suh, 1971 Eleanor R. Robins, 1990 Albertha Pete Robinson, 1956 Alexis B. Robinson Barbara L. Robinson, 1989 Bernadette Robinson Carol Culver Robinson, 1978 Cheryl A. Robinson Curtis Robinson Dennis Robinson Elliot Robinson Gloria M. Robinson, 1963 James Robinson Jessie Robinson Jimmy Robinson Joseph R. Robinson, 1966 Joseph W. Robinson, 1956 Kadene Robinson Lantanya N. Robinson Lisa Robinson Lithangia Shannell Robinson, 1947 Malikah Robinson Christie Robinson Oral Robinson Pia Robinson Reagen B. Robinson, 2001 Ricky D. Robinson, 1994 Semaj Robinson Shelley L. Robinson Sonya Robinson Stephanie Robinson Steven Robinson Sybil Robinson Tracey C. Robinson Travis Robinson William Robinson Denise F. Robinson-Mooney, 1978 Rick Rock Latika Rodgers Lydia W. Rodriquez, 1960 Carlos Rogan Brenda Donaldson Rogers, 1968 Dean Rogers Henrietta Rogers, 1969 Jeanette Evans Rogers, 1959 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

50 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Kenyatta, 1994 and Michelle Rogers Phillip Rogers Roy Rogers Zachary Rogers, 1997 Shirvalen Rogers-Crowley, 1993 Hal Rogmess Charles Roland Pierre Rollin Darris J. Rollins, 1998 Dorothy M. Romney Jacqueline W. Finch Rose, 1968 Portia Rose Princeton Rose Richard S. Rose, Jr., 1970 Timothy L. Rose, 1989 Will Rose Wyatt Roseboro Edward Roseman Coty Rosenblath Edward Z. Rosenzweig B. J. Ross Devry Ross Jeanette M. Roberts Ross, 1981 Michael H. Ross Peggy W. Ross, 1966 Susan Ross Theodosia B. Ross, 1971 Wanda O. Ross Benny Rosser, 1966 Marque and Shelia Rosser Ella D. Ross-Street Mitzi Rothman Bessie L. Brown Rounsaville, 1947 Warren Rouse, 1956 William Rouse Stephen Routt Carole Rowe Adrienne M. Crenshaw Rowland, 1996 Diane Rowley Annie M. Royal Lisa Royal Cynthia L. Royster Johnetta M. Royster, 1992 Mikell Rozier Roslyn Stewart Ruben, 1963 Charles Rucker Elisa R. Rucker, 1989 Michelle Rucker Velma B. Rucker, 1956 Frank Rudd Clifford Rudison Charlotte M. Ruffin, 1988 Raymond Ruffin, 1969 Wallace Rumph, 1963 Laura Rush William Rush Fenee L. Russ, 1991 Joseph E. Russell Lynn Russell Patrice Russell Vivian Russell W. R. and Karen Russell James Rutland John L. Rutledge, 1973 Ronald Rutledge George Ryan Jacqueline Ryder Dory Sabata Kevin Sack William Saddler Willieboyd McNeil Saddler Major Sadler Gere Sailors Richard Saizan Doug Sako Tsuyoko Sako Abdul Salaam and Family Onaje Salim Jeffrey H. Salyer Thomas G. Sampson Troya Sampson Marsha Samuel Marsha L. Samuel, 1987 Carolyn E. White Samuels, 1970 Rita Samuels Peter Samuelson Bonita Sanabria Barbara Sanders, 1965 Cassandra Sanders Elissa Sanders Irma Smith Sanders, 1954 Kathi Sanders O'Leary L. Sanders Valerie Sanders Peter Sandoval Bobbie K. Sanford, 1963 Tanesha L. Santemore, 1996 Brenda Santiago Neff Santiago Anna J. Satcher Carolyn Satcher David Satcher David and Nola Satcher Kary Satterfield Scott Satterwhite Stacy Sauls Melvin Saulsbury Joseph Saulter Alfred Saunders Betty Saunders Debra J. Neal Saunders, 1987 Robert E. Saunders, 1984 Barbara Mobley Savage David Sawicki Mary R. Sawyer Jane O. Sayles-Ratcliff Ronnie Scales Adrienne E. Scandrett Art Schletty Carolyn E. Schmidt Joe Schulman Terry Schwartz Akesha L. Scott, 1999 Bill and Bridget Scott Deborah Lorenzo Scott Debra J. Scott Eric Scott and Denise Gant Evelyn L. Scott, 1967 Gloria A. Scott, 1962 Homer Scott Joyce Scott Kimberly Scott Lonnie Scott, Sr. Loretta E. Scott Lori Scott Paulette Scott Robert, 1963 and Ann W. Scott, 1962 Serena Scott Sharon P. Scott Shelia D. Scott, 1994 Shirron L. Scott Tina A. Scott Van Scott Webley Scott Angelena Scruggs Darrell Scruggs Nathaniel Scurry, 1970 Anthony Seaborn Anythony Seabrow Avis Seals Sean Searcie Sharon L. Seay, 1975 Christopher Seely Marvin Segraves Ed Seiber Carol Wilton Selby, 1974 Carl Seldon, 1963 Christopher S. Seldon, 1978 Frank Sellers, 1959 Robert L. Sellers, 1955 Kimberly Sellers-Bates Cynthia E. Knight Selmar, 1971 Bill Selmon Robinson Semaj Haewet Senghor Nzinga Senghor Albert Sesay Robert Sesay Anthony Settle Bobby Setton Coleman R. Seward Michelle Jones R. Seward, 1984 Lee Sewell Said Sewell John Sexton Lawrence Seybold Daaim A. Shabazz, 1991 Hanifah Portee Shabazz, 1998 William E. Shack, Jr., 1965, Trustee Stanley Shaheed Safiyyah Shahid Shamfid' Deen Shadid Ali Shakir Larry and Antoinette Shakir Harold T. Shapiro Anysa Sharif Ian Sharp James Sharp Calvin W. Sharpe, 1967 James Sharpe Wayne Sharpe Felicia Shaw Jeanette Shaw Louise E. Shaw Phil Shearer Wanda B. Sheffield, 1986 Jason Shelberg Bettye Holloway Shelling, 1959 Charlesetta Shelton Fawn Shelton Jamail D. Shelton, 2003 Nathaniel Shelton Topia Shelvin Charles Shepard David Shepard Benjamin A. Shepherd, 1963 William R. Shepherd, 1996 Charles Sheppard Oscar and Joyce M. Sheppard William H. Shepperson, 1953 Belinda D. Sherard, 1973 Julian Sherard and Judy Walker Keith Sherrill, 1987 Kishor C. Sheth, 1970 Leslie Shields Sharese Shields Egbert J. Shillingford Sharon Shin Leo Shingles, 1966 Ruby D. Shinhoster, 1971 Gaynell Shipp Herald Shirk Howard Shirley Marcus Shirley Ronald Shoatz-Bey Doris Taylor Shockley, 1944 Ryan Shockley James M. Shopshire, 1963 Addie P. Shopshire-Rolle, 1966 Rhonda T. Shorter, 1998 Lois M. Green Shotlow, 1958 Patricia Whatley Showell, 1973 Janet Shrader Gerald Shropshire Mamie R. Shropshire, 1957 Lani Sibley Diana L. Siegal Paul Siegel Sheri Siegel Herb Sierra Betty Siller James H. Sills, 1957 Shardae Simmonds Alma M. Alexander Simmons, 1978 Annie R. Carter Simmons, 1963 Belinda Mitchell Simmons, 1973 Brian Simmons Danny Simmons Ewanisha Simmons June Simmons Keisha A. Simmons Molly Simmons Nadirah Simmons Opal Jordan Simmons, 1953 Rosa L. Simmons, 1981 Shirley Y. Simmons, 1979 Stephanie Simmons Teri A. Simmons Terrell Simmons Thelma J. Bogues Simmons, 1983 Valerie Simmons Cora C. Simon Derk Simonson Angela A. Simpson, 1984 Diane R. Simpson, 1982 Jeff Simpson Louise Brown Simpson, 1945 Marian Simpson Natalie Simpson Polly B. Simpson, 1978 Ron Simpson William Simpson, 1989 Ken Sims Kerwin D. Sims Lawrence D. Sims Lewis and Mary Sinclair Antoinette Singh Ranjit Singh Cheryl Singletary Sharon W. Singleton, 1971 Valerie Singleton Elijah Singley, 1963 Georganna Sinkfield Pauline Sinkfield, 1968 Rhonda M. Sinkfield, 1998 Bob Sirkus Frank D. Sisya Teloca Sistrunk Brian Sites F. Albert Skellie Mildred Jones Skillern, 1952 B. J. Skillman Felicia Skinner David Skoke Rhonda Jeffries Slade, 1971 John C. Slater Walter Slattery Bernard Slaughter Janet Slaughter Kendrick Slaughter Mary W. Slaughter, 1972 Cynthia Sloan Emma H. Sloan, 1941 Charlotte M. Slomka Frank Slover Kevin Small June Smalling Mary Smarr Tavis Smiley Anna Smiller Agatha T. Smith, 1973 Alan and Kecia Smith Albert Smith Angela Harris Smith Angelean V. Smith, 1970 Anne Collins Smith Barbara Smith Barbara A. Smith 48 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

51 Bennie Eugene Smith Beverly L. Smith Bobby L. Smith, 1981 Brenda Smith Cheryl Smith Christopher R. Smith, Darryl Elijah Smith Dawn Smith Doris Jones Smith, 1987 Fonda Smith Fredrick E. Smith, 1962 Garrison Smith Green L. Smith, Jr., 1987 Hazel M. Smith, 1948 Howard Smith James E. Smith Jane E. Smith Juan Smith Juanda S. Smith Julian K. Smith, 1970 Kelly Smith Kenya Smith Kinetra Smith Larraine Phillips Smith, 1991 Larry Smith Lena A. Smith Leon Smith Leonard Smith Linda M. Smith, 1976 Louis M. Smith, 1922 (dec.) Marjorie Smith Marshall L. Smith Michelle Smith Monica L. Smith, 1984 Patrice Smith Patrize Smith Paul and Sallie Smith Renee Smith Richard Smith Rubye Smith Sarah Smith Shawn M. Smith, 1998 Theresa Barksdale Smith, 1957 Tia Smith Tony, 1988 and Angela Smith, 1987 Tracy Smith Trevor G. Smith Vanthony Smith Victoria A. Smith, 1973 Celestine E. Smith-Higgs, 1973 Deborah D. Smith-Porter, 1979 Kim Smith-Roy, 1980 Salmon Smith, 1988 Beretta E. Smith-Shomade, 1988 John Smitty W. Scott Smoot Lynn A. Smothers, 1979 Melba Smothers Robert L. Smothers, 1955 Calvin Smyre Edward W. Smyth, 1947 Dana D. Sneed Anthony Snell Sandra J. Snell, 1983 Shedrick Snell Thomas Snelling Isaac J. Snype, 1976, Trustee Rebecca Sobayo E. Soberanis Fatima Sokera Cassandra W. Solomon, 1985 Eloise Johnson Solomon, 1929 (dec.) Nancy Solomon Tamara Solomon Joey Sommerville Kevin D. Sommerville, 1981 Stedman S. Southall, 1973 Latoya S. Southern, 1999 Tom Spach Cynthia Hunter Spann, 1977 Jane Sparks Ted R. Sparks, 1977 Peter Sparrow Phyllis Spearman Darryl Speed Denise Speller Melvin Speller Cynthia Spence Andre Spencer James R. Spencer, 1971 Victoria Spencer-Cocivera Jesse J. Spikes Cassandra Spiller Howard Spiller Lillie B. Spires Edward S. Spriggs Mozel Spriggs Sharon E. Spriggs Christine C. Spring Pat Springs Anja Squire Kim Y. St. Bernard, 1977 Kevin Stacia Kevin M. Stacia, 1982 Edwin Stafford Lizzie W. Stafford, 1962 Lynn J. Stafford Mae D. Harris Stafford, 1947 Diane Stafford-Fox Serena L. Staggers, 1957 John C. Stahler Kammye Staley Michael Stallworth Sandra Stamps Bettye Franklin Stanford, 1958 Amy Stankus Beatrice Stanley Effie B. Raines Stanley, 1949 Ella Derricotte Stanley, 1952 Kathryn Stanley Laurie Stanley Mary E. Stanley, 1964 Sebastion Stanley, Jr. Thomas B. Stanley Robin Stanley-Jones Mary E. Stansel, 1967 Bob Stanton Cynthia Stargell Neal Starkey Jeanette Starks Clementine Starks-Rivers Michael Stechison Robert E. Steele Nelson Steenland Sekou Steeple Donald Stein Robert Sten Alice Stephens Andre Stephens Charles R. Stephens Eula H. Stephens Jacqueline Laughlin Stephens, 1955 LaRue G. Stephens, Lucy Stevens Stephens, 1963 Malcolm Stephens Richard Stephens Sallie L. Stephens, 1954 Shea Stephens Victoria L. Stephens Geraldine P. Stephens-Burton Kisma L. Stephenson, 1995 Shai Q. Stephenson, 1998 Malanese Sterkins Kafele N. Sterling, 2000 Bordain Steven Eloise Stevens-Jones Dantzler Stevenson Robert Stevenson Ethel Steverson Monica Lisa Steveson Angelique Stewart Catherine Stewart Christopher Stewart Henry W. Stewart Lonnie E. Stewart Marc Stewart Michael Stewart Rosiline R. Stewart Steven D. Stewart, 2003 W. J. Stewart Willie J. Stewart, 1961 Charles S. Stinson, 1955 George R. Stinson, 1968 Bonnie P. Stivers Romeo and Rochelle Stockett Winifred L. Stoelting Essimena Stokes Josephine Stratman Stokes, 1947 Juandolyn Stokes Kimberly A. Stokes, 2000 Miriam M. Stokes Regina Stokes-Lawson, Marjean E. Stokes-Monroe, 1992 Alvin Stone David Stone Harold A. Stone Jean E. Stone, 1979 Kelly R. Stone, 1991 Ned Stone Lenn Storey Alfred J. Stovall, 1977 Juliett V. Stovall, 1984 Renada Stovall Angela Stover Jordan Stover Vanya Strange Joseph S., 1965 and Dolores Strawbridge Gregory Strayhorn John Stremlau Allean Schley Strickland, 1960 Betty L. Strickland, 1960 Dayton P. Strickland Mary Jo Strickland Anthony Stringer Barbara Stringer, 2001 Melvin Stringer Luther Stripling, 1957 John Stromnes Robert, 1968 and Rosemary Clark Strong, 1969 Carmel Q. Stroud, 1989 Mary Strozier Atu Stukes Marini T. Sturns, 1993 James Styles Kimberly Styles Jiann-Ming Su David Sucura Carolyn Sullivan Larry Sullivan Louis W. Sullivan Walter W. Sullivan, 1953 Donald E. Sumlin, 1973 Harold Summers Sharron Summers Maude J. Summerville, 2000 Patricia Summey Marchelle Q. Sumpter, 1986 Ferrall Sumrell, Jr. Charles Sutherland Dawn M. Sutherland, 1982 Albert Sutton Bobby Sutton John P. Sutton, 1987 Michelle N. Barton Sutton, 1981 Michael Suval George Swain Robert A. Swain, 1978 Julie Swann Selina Swann Didi Swartz Norma Sweeney Peggy Sweeney William H. Swift Anita Sylvan Mike Syphope Barbara Szopa Alva Tabor Chip Tabor Julie Briscoe Tabor, 1973 Barbara A. Tagger, 1984 Edwin R. Taitt, 1943 Jerry Talansky Bryant Talley Sybil Talley Niranjan K. Talukder Natasha Tapp William Tapp Daniel Tarham Loretta Tarham Mike and Susan Tarnower Alduan Tartt Candy Tate Rachanice P. Tate Alycia Tatum Andrea L. Taylor Ann Taylor Bruce Taylor Chris Taylor Dandy P. Taylor, 1970 Eunice Taylor Greg Taylor Jacquellyn R. Taylor Joie Taylor Keidra M. Taylor, 1993 Kevin Taylor Leonard J. Taylor, 1973 Marcell Taylor Margaret Hall Taylor, 1963 Marilyn I. Taylor Merriett Taylor Mildred M. Taylor Octavia Taylor P. Taylor Robert Taylor Roosevelt Taylor, 1959 Stephen Taylor Carole R. Taylor-Carter, 1958 Abdul Taymullah Marilyn G. Teasley Cynthia L. Carter Teddleton, 1976 Tom and Sandra Teepen Lorna Telfer Stanley and Willa Tennant Sandra Tennyson Hiram Terrell Larry Terrell Neely D. Terrell, 2007 Erien O. Terry, 1995 Claudia Testa Asmeret Teweldebrhan, 2003 Nancy Thacher Elaine Thagard Phyllis Thakis, 2000 Valencia J. Thayer, 1981 Cheryl E. Thedford, 1981 Roosevelt, 1959 and Truette Lott Thedford, 1961 Steven C. Thedford, 1989 Jasmin Thigpen Eugene Rhodes, 1968 Angela Thomas Anita Thomas, 1984 Antonio L. Thomas Bernard Thomas Carolyn Keller Thomas, 1951 Carrie G. Thomas Connie D. Thomas, 1984 Cynthia Thomas CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

52 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Delois F. Thomas, 1972 Ed and Gwen Thomas Elecia Thomas Eric Thomas Gloria R. Thomas, 2003 Gregory S. Thomas, 1993 Harolyn Miller Thomas, 1957 Jonathan Thomas Josephine Thomas Keith Thomas Kenneth Thomas Lisa Thomas Makeba K. Thomas, 2003 Marta Thomas Marvelyn Thomas Mary F. Thomas Nida M. Edwards Thomas, 1944 Ray Thomas Reesie A. Thomas, 1973 Robert F. Thomas, Jr., 1961 Roxshaun Thomas Ruby J. Thomas Shunna Thomas Stevie Thomas Susan Thomas Talya D. Thomas, 2002 Tomica Thomas Tomika Thomas Trevear A. Thomas, 1993 Wanda G. Thomas, 1953 Joy Thomland Larry D., and Barbara Thompson Adrian Thompson Brenda A. Thompson Colin Thompson Denise Thompson Ernestine Y. Thompson, 1978 James Thompson Mattine Thompson Michelle Thompson Nichole Adams Thompson, 1992 Pearl Thompson Ruby L. Thompson, Trustee Samuel Thompson Tyisha M. Thompson Janice Thorne Kimball F. Thornton, 1994 Lovell Thornton Tamara L. Thornton, 1997 Travis Thornton William and Meril Thornton Willie M. Thornton, 1977 Wayne Thorpe David T. Thrash, 2000 Michael V. Thrasher, 1983 Naubja Threadgill Rebekah S. Threlkeld, 2007 Richard Thurgood Patricia L. Thurman, 1973 Michael Thurmond Darlene A. Thurston, 1968 Gerald Tierre Dorothy J. Tigner Debbie W. Tijani Joyce Tillman G. D. Timm Angela C. Montgomery Timmons, 1976 Gary Timmons Phillip Tinkham Bonnie Toatley Isabella M. Tobin, 1947 Mary Nell S. Todd, 1968 Henry and Juanita Tolbert Vincent T. Tolbert, 1995 Jartu G. Toles, 1997 Brenda J. Tolliver, 1972 Roosevelt and Debra Tolliver Bob Tolsard Gerald K. Tolson, 1973 Travis Tomlinson, 1976 Horace L. Toney Kenna A. Toney E. Donna Tony Johnetta Toodle Arthur Toole, III Pinkie Toomer Kathleen Toomey Alyce Toonk Archie Torando Kristina E. Torres Lupe Torres Saul Torres Horace A. Tory Annette Jones Touchstone, 1959 Hashim S. Toussaint, 2005 Sylvia Palmore Towers, 1973 Byron Townsend Gena Townsend William M. Townsend, 1959 Michael Townser Denise Traicoff Arthur Trammell Ella Heard Trammell, 1943 Eugene Trammell, 1977 William R. Trammell, 1948 Nde Phinda N. Traore, 2005 Katie Phillips Traylor, 1974 Henrie M. Treadwell Aaron Trezvant Louise Gilbert Trice, 1969 Cynthya Trieshnann Frederick Triplett Tearale D. Triplett, 1997 Barry Bennett Alvin T. Trotter,1963, Trustee and Barbara Trotter Shelley Trotter Tony Trotter Marc Trought Marilyn Trujillo Jason Tucker Joe H. Tucker, 1972 Johnny Tucker Lisa Rayan Tucker Lynne V. Tucker, 1979 Robert H. Tucker, Jr., 1963, Trustee Robert L. Tucker, 1979 Samuel J. Tucker, 1969 Tisha Tucker William L. Tucker, 1978 Aisha K. Tucker-Brown, 2001 Myron Tuman Patrick Tuner Celesa Tuning Alfred J. Turk, 1974 Charlotte Willis Turk, 1956 Mary L. Turk Robert Turkel Yuri Turkin Alvin Turner, 1952 Angela D. Turner, 1985 Bertha Williams Turner, 1964 Brenda B. Turner, 1967 Deidre M. Turner, Effie Patrick Turner, 1955 George Turner Janette Turner Judy Turner Julie Turner Michael A. Turner, 2005 Nancy Turner Sherry Turner Stacha Turner Trevor A. Turner Victoria E. Turner Greta Turner-Woods, 1955 Gail Tusan Aurelia O. Tutt, 1991 Thamiah L. Tutt, 2000 John Tuttle Melissa Tuttle-Carr and Robert Carr Sranca Tweedy Maudette Hill Twyman, 1961 Birdie G. Tyler James Tyler Mark K. Tyler, 1991 Michael Tyler Etheline Tyree Gene Tyus Ikenna Ubaka Raymond E. Udall Marlene Underwood Mattie S. Underwood William T. Underwood Joseph Unongo Janet Williams Upshur, 1960 Janet Adams Urquhart Brenda J. Ursery-Barnett Charly Valentine Harvey Anderson Valley Jonetta Valree April Vance Mary Vance Walter H. Vance, 1955 Thomas Vanderbilt Rebecca Vanderhorst Karma Vansant Johnny Vardeman Dan Vargas Peter Varney Carolyn B. Vason Douglas, 1971 and Carolyn Vason Lisa Adams Vason Elaine P. Vaughan Joseph B. Vaughn Ruth Ercell Vaughn, 1955 John Venable Harry L. Vernon, 1969 Tesha Murphy Versailes, 1997 Donald S. Vest, 1982 Jonathan Vester Paul Vignos Cynthia Davis Villaire, 1991 Stephen Villavasso Danny Vincent Eugenia W. Vincent Angela Vines, 1987 Carolyn Vinson Latoya Vinson Arnita Vintes-Brown Alma D. Vinyard, 1964 Lynn Vogler William P. von Blasingame, 1981 Aliya M. Wade Barry Wade Larry Wade Lyndon A. Wade, 1958 Mickey Wade Milton A. Wade Peggy D. Wade, 1959 Rose Marie Wade Delsey L. Wadley-Newman, 1978 Jolita Wainwright Julia F. Wallace-Hall, 1980 Larahn Waldon Adrienne Walker Barbara J. Walker Brenda W. Walker, 1975, Trustee Cindra K. Walker, 1976 D. L. Walker Debra B. Walker Debra B. Walker, 1975 Edward Walker Eugene P. Walker, 1984 Frank Walker Freeman Walker, 1963 G. Edward Walker Harkles Walker, 1967 Hattie R. Walker, 1997 Helen E. Walker Henry B. Walker, 1992 Jeff Walker Jerome B. Walker, 1978 Karen J. Walker, 1975 Kathryn Ayers Walker, 1973 Kathryn A. Walker, 1984 Larry M. Walker Margaret C. Ware Walker, 1953 Marian J. Sutton Walker, 1953 Marjorie A. Ball Walker, 1953 Mark Walker Mary M. Walker Meca L. Walker, 1993, Trustee Patricia Fields Walker, 1958 Richard Walker Roderick J. Walker, 1997 Steven Walker William Walker William O. Walker Willis Walker Zelton Walker Thelma R. Walker-Wallace Karen Walker-Washington Derrick Wall Ruth Lyles Wall, 1963 Fredrick Wallace Jon Wallace Kevin Wallace Larry Wallace Leslie Wallace Melvia L. Wallace, 1987 Merion Wallace Sharon Wallace Darra Waller Letitia Waller Kevin and Tina Walsh Cheriel Walters Daron A. Walters, 2003 Mary D. McCoy Walters, 1957 Anthony A. Walton, 1984 Borah W. Walton, 1949 Harriett R. Walton, 1952 Jennifer Walton Scott and Tangela Walton Howard Wanda Charles R. Ward Haskell Ward, 1963 Charmaine Ward Jackson, 1982 John S. Ward Michale Ward Naomi Turner Ward, 1956 Paula Ward Robert Ward Barbara L. Ward-Groves, 1977 William B. Wardlaw Carl, 1965, Trustee and Mary Clark Ware, 1971 Caron Ware Franita Ware Jeanette Ware Mark Ware Nedra R. Gambrell Ware, 1978 William Ware Frances McGuire Warley, 1952 Garth Warner John Warner Rae M. Warner, 1998 Sally J. Warner Camilla Warren Cheryl Warren David Warren Lisa Warren Maria Warren Mary Jenkins Warren, 1963 Ronald E. Warwar M. D. Washburn M. Washburn Alice Holmes Washington, 1953 Brandt Washington 50 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

53 Clara Walker Washington, 1948 Eugenia Washington Gail Tusan Washington Gregory Washington, 1999 Gussie M. Washington, 1963 Isaac T. Washington, 1992 Isaiah Washington, 1964 Jacqueline S. Washington, Jason Washington Jim Washington Kenneth L. Washington Malcom Washington Marian N. Washington Pauline B. Washington, 1970 Rick P. Washington Victoria J. Washington, 2000 Odessa Washington-Williams Henry L. Waszkowski Alvin Waters John W. Waters Toriey Waters Don Watkins Harold Watkins Robert Watkins Thomas S. Watkins Vicki A. Watkins, 1991 Alesia Watson Janice Thomas Watson, 1973 Jene Watson Shawn C. Watson, 1984 William Watson Corneluis L. Watts, Jr. Dorothy D. Watts Laura Watts Leroy Watts James and Majorie Way Nadja Threadgill Way Robert W. Waymer, 1968 Angeline C. Wead Derrick R. Weaver, 1993 William Weaver William L. Weaver Aubury Webb Brenda D. Webb, 1985 Gloria Mason Webb, 1982 Melanie L. Webb, 1988 Melvin R. Webb, 1968 Shania Webb Sharlene Webb Michele Weber, 2001 Peter Weber Donald E. Webster, 1984 Donald G. Webster, 1958 Patrick Webster Danithea Weddington Gladys J. Weekes, 1943 John Wegner Dwight Weiters Joshua Weitz Adrienne Welch Gwendolyn Epps Welch, 1968 Jeffery W. Welch, 1983 Otis Weldon Rebecca Wellborn Cassandra Wells, 1978 Debbie Wells Jacqueline Whitehead Wells, 1963 James Wells Mary E. Wells Martha A. Welters, 1974 Maureen Wendel Lorenzon Weorrill Carol C. Wesley, 1977 Nicole L. Wesley C. A. West, 1968 Eshmon West Isaac West Joseph K. West Joy A. West, 1997 Khaliph West Michelle West Roderick J. West, 1993 Steve West Eric Westerfield Cindy Westlake Pier Westmoreland Melanie West-Pond Kirk Whalum Clemmie Bray Whatley, 1971 Edmond Wheeler Jesse Wheelus Love H. Whelchel Joffre T. Whisenton Barbara I. Whitaker, 1958 Vera L. Whitaker, 1963 Barnetta McGhee White, 1973 Clark White Devin P.,1995 and Joy L. White, 1993 Dora and James White Elizabeth H. White, 1970 Gail White Linda M. White, 1963 Marice White Patricia E. White, 1970 Patricia White Ronnie White Sonia R. White, 1992 Tanya O. Persaud White, 1984 Tiffany N. White, 1993 Vanessa J. White Wanda L. White Wesley White Charlie Whitfield Wanda G. Whiting Denise E. Whiting-Pack Kenneth Whitman Dolores J. Whitman-Marshall Carrie Whitney Danny Whittle Athalia Whitworth Gloria J. Wicker, 1970 Henry A. Wiggins, 1984 Yvonne Wikles Shawn Wilcher William B. Wilcox Lillian Andrews Wilcox-Jackson, 1970 Matthew Wilder Jean F. Wiles Jesse Wiles Marcia Wiley Kelly Wilhoit Betty H. Wilkerson Robert L. Wilkerson, 1959 Chandra Wilkes Yvonne Wilkins Detonica Wilkinson Andrew Will Clifford G. Willabus William Willeford Gordon William Kavinque William Lily William Otto William W. William Adam and Raveen Williams Alton C. Williams, 1960 Anita Williams Annette Williams, 1990 Arthur Williams, 1960 Avery and Bismarck S. Williams,1950 Barbara Williams Barbara Handspike Williams, 1956 Beatrice Williams Bernestine Cordy Williams, 1958 Bruce Williams Carl M. Williams Carold D. Williams Carolton Williams Cedric Williams Charles Williams Charles Williams, 1968 Cheryl Williams Christopher Williams Clarence E. Williams, 1952 Claudia T. Williams Clyde Williams, Jr. Cornelious Williams, Sr. Cydney L. Williams, 1991 Dahlia Williams Daphne R. Williams, 2005 Darryl Williams Dave Williams Derrick M. Williams, Trustee Dorothy W. Williams, 1968 E. J. Williams Earl and Kathleen Williams Ebony Williams, 1998 Eddie and Betty Williams Edward, 1963 and Ana Williams Elizabeth C. Williams, 1998 Ellecia A. Robinson Williams, 1993 Emily Williams Ernest Williams Felita T. Williams Fred and Vivian Williams Freda Williams Freddie Williams Fulton Williams Geoffrey R. Williams, 1993 Glenda Williams Gregory A. Williams, 1973 Harold Williams Hattie Williams Henry Williams Ife Williams Janice Williams Jason H. Williams, 1989 Jesse Williams Karen Williams Kay Williams Kaya Williams Kent Williams Keyna S. Williams, 1996 Kimball Williams Krystal L. Williams, 2003 Lamont Williams Leon H.Williams Loretta Williams Lorraine Williams Louella Williams Louisa J. Williams Mae Garcia Williams Martha Williams Mary F. Williams, 1971 Mike Williams Myron Williams Naima A. Williams, 1995 Napolean Williams Nicholas Williams Peter Williams Randy E. Williams Raymond Williams, 1949 Reginald W. Williams, 1964 Renee Williams Revelle Williams Richard Williams Robert and Lillie Williams Robert A. Williams, 1969 Rodney Williams Ron Williams Rosa W. Williams Roy Williams Samantha Williams Sandra Williams Sharon A. Williams Sherly Williams Sherri Williams Sherry Williams Stella Williams Syble Allen Williams, 1974 Ulysses Williams Vanessa Williams Walter W. Williams Wanda Williams Wendy Williams Shirley A. Williams-Kirksey Ken Williamson Margaret Williamson Samuel C. Williamson, 1995 Vincent Williamson Pamela Williams-Phelps Doris Dalton Willingham, 1940 Eric Willingham Soundra Willingham Joe H. Willingham Bertha Bohannon Willis, 1965 Bill Willis Bobby Willis Carole Willis Chris Willis Gres Willis Louis Willis Mack Willis Mark Anthony Willis Rosalind E. Moore Wills, 1982 Al Wilson Angus Wilson Archie R. Wilson, 1965 Aulbon Wilson Carolyn Wilson David V. Wilson, 1998 Dawn Wilson DeLloyd Wilson Don Wilson Donella Wilson Doris Jones Wilson, 1958 Ernestine Wilson Ezell Wilson Jenelle Mills Wilson, 1963 Jessica Wilson Jinaki Wilson Joseph A. Wilson, 1969 Lakesha Wilson, 1999 Linda H. Wilson, 1970 Lisa Wilson Lovella Wilson Mae F. Clowney Wilson, 1964 Melvinia Patterson Wilson, 1980 Nichelle M. Wilson, 2004 Paula Wilson Reggie Wilson Robert L. Wilson, 1968 Samuel Wilson Samuel M. Wilson, III, 1971 Saundi Wilson Thomas Wilson Lauren R. Wilson-Bussey, 1979 Anne E. Wimberly Bobbie Thompson Wing, 1970 Sharon Wingler Jetta V. Winkfield, 1995 Richard D. Winn Judith Winograd Cleta M. Winslow, 1975 R. Michael Winters John Wirtz Jill Wiscombe Chaye Wise Eric A. Wise William A. Wise, 1967 Sandra Wisniwski Al Witcher Trenton Witherspoon Mark Wojcik Fredricka R. Wolfe Roy J.,1951 and Elise Palmer Wolfe, 1952 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

54 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Tim Wolfe Donna Wolff James Wolters Curtis Womack Kathryn Womble Alice L. Wood, 1952 Betty Wood Christine D. Wood Earline B. Wood, 1944 Fannie Ballard Wood, 1980 Fred Wood Joseph L. Wood, 1977 Katherine Wood Marsha R. Wood, 2002 Hugh Woodall North Woodall Carole Woodard Sophia Woodard-Holmes Barnard O. Woodruff, 1981 Robert Woodrum Alice Woods Dayna R. Woods, 1997 Jakorie Woods Kenneth R. Woods Lillian A. Woods, 1974 Naima Woods Richard Woods Timothy L. Woods, II, 1969 Warren Woods William G. Woods William H. Woods, 1957 Dick Woodward Rainey Rembert Woodward Erica M. Woody, 1995 Lionel Woodyard Lillian Woolf James Wooten Margaret Sellers Wooten, 1957 Shirley M. Wooten Works, 1957 Erica Sullivan Worthy, 1993 Mable Wheeler Worthy, 1958 Courtney Wren Alphonso L. Wright Antoinette Wright Ceta S. Wright Diana A. Wright Duane and Jill Wright Grayson Wright Iven Wright Jaycee Wright Judy Wright Khadijah Wright Peyton Wright Phyllis Wright Ramona M. Wright, 1996 Richard Wright Roselle W. Wright, 1941 Steve Wright Susan Wright Alfred D. Wyatt, Sr., 1950 Vergil Wyatt Laverne M. Wyche, 1974 Louise K. Wyche, 1975 Annie F. Wynn, 1940 (dec.) Donald Wynn Mayor Evelyn Wynn Traci Wynn Joyce Wynn-Parker Yue Xu, 2001 Gloria S. Yancey, 1971 Harrison Yancey, 1954 Larry Yancy Bill Yang Darlene Glover Yarbrough-Morgan Alicia Yearell Pandora A. Yeargin George A. Yearwood Robert Yeldell Sam Yi Yakira E. Yisrael, 2001 Mark York Stanley Yorker Laer Youmans Andrea Young Andrew J., and Carolyn McClain Young, 1966, Trustee Bianca Young Bobby E. Young Bridgette Young Cheryl Young Clarence Young Ivory Lee Young James Young John H. Young Kiristin T. Young, 1998 Ricky and Carla Young Robyn Young Tom Young Veronica L. Young Walter Young William Young Brenda Youngblood Rosemary J. Young-Johnson, 1974 Charlotte Yuille-Barnes Muhammad Yungai Sam Zamrripa Mary Zeigler Geraldine Zimmerman Karen Zimmerman Wendy Zimmerman Mike Zion Marsha Zipkin Mary Lynn Zonakis James Zwald ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER ALUMNI GROUPS CAU National Alumni Association CAUAA Chattanooga Chapter CAUAA Dekalb County Chapter CAUAA Detroit Chapter CAUAA Houston Chapter CAUAA New York Chapter CAUAA Philadelphia Chapter CAUAA Washington DC Chapter Class of 1953 Class of 1963 CORPORATIONS, CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS AND BUSINESSES *Matching Gift Companies Abbott Fund* Accenture Foundation, Inc.* ADC Foundation* AFLAC Foundation, Inc. Agilent Technologies* AGL Resources, Inc. AIRMI Albemarle Corporation* Allstate Foundation AM South Educational Lending American Express Foundation American Honda Motor Company, Inc. American Medical Supply, Inc. AMGEN Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Aramark Facility Services Archer Daniel Midland Co.* The Arnold Corp. Arvin Meritor AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals AT&T Foundation AT&T Services, Inc. Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company Atlanta Life Insurance Co. Automatic Data Processing Inc.* Banc One Management Corp Bank of America* Banks, Finley, White & Co. Barthwell Group Bayside Harley-Davidson BellSouth Corporation* Big Apple Tire, Inc. BK Magic Holdings, LLC Boeing Company Branch Banking and Trust Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Brown & Moore Associates Brown Office Systems, Inc C. D. Moody Construction Company, Inc. Centex Homes Central Avenue Chiropractic Clinic CFA Giving Strategies, Inc. Chevron Corporation* Chevron Products Company ChevronTexaco Chick-Fil-A, Inc. Chrysler Foundation* Citizens Financial Group, Inc Citizens Trust Bank Colgate-Palmolive Co.* Conoco Phillips Corning, Inc. Foundation* Courtney Washington, Inc. Cousins Properties Foundation Cox Enterprises, Inc Crew Investment Group Cosmopolitan Home Entertainment Harold A. Dawson Co., Inc. DCH Capital Group DARP Music, Inc. DeKalb Convention & Visitors Bureau Delta Air Lines Foundation Dow Jones & Company, Inc.* Drop The Dash Events, Inc. Duke Enterprises Dynamic Functions, Inc. EDAMERICA, Inc. EDELMAN Edventure Partners Eli Lilly and Company Ernest Davis Enterprises Ernst & Young Foundation Etc. Etc. Etc. ExxonMobil Corporation* Federated Department Stores Foundation Follett Ford Motor Company Friendship Tower Apts., Inc. FUSE, Inc. Game Live Events Geissler & Associates Gems of Africa General Electric Fund* General Mills Foundation* Georgia Power Company* Georgia Power Foundation Georgia-Pacific Corporation Georgia-Pacific Foundation, Inc. H. J. Russell & Co. HARLAND Harley-Davidson Motor Company Harwen Group, The HCA Foundation* Hewlett Packard* Hollowell Foster & Gepp Home Depot USA Houghton Mifflin Co.* HSBC Matching Gift Program* IAP Worldwide Services IBM IBM International Foundation* Institute for Supply Management Integrated Supply Network, Inc. Intel Foundation International Medical Systems, LLC JCPenney Company, Inc.* JFI Campus Quarters Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies* Jones Lang LaSalle* JustGive.org K D S Title Services KPMG, LLP Kraft General Foods Inc.* Kroger Atlanta Laz Parking/Georgia, Inc. Lehman Brothers* Lennox International Inc.* Lewis Business Services, Inc. Lockheed Martin-Marietta* Logic I Consultants Macy's Central, Inc. Macy's South, Inc. Main Street Bank Manheim Corporate Services MBNA McDonald's/Spark Enterprises Group Mercedes-Benz of Buckhead MetLife MetLife Foundation* Metropolitan Atlanta Cardiology Consultants, PC Metze Service Center Microsoft Corporation* Microsoft Giving Campaign Minnesota Mutual Foundation* Monster Worldwide NASCAR National Black Arts Festival National City Bank Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Norfolk Southern Foundation* Office Depot One Georgia Bank Peachtree TV Perfect Image PJC Group, LLC PNC Bank Foundation PRG Parking Atlanta, LLC Prime Office Products PRIMUS Consulting Inc. Principal Life Insurance Co Printcrafters, Inc. Procter & Gamble Co Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc.* Publix Super Markets, Inc. RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company RMT Construction Inc. Russell Corporation* Safeco Insurance 52 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

55 Sales & Service Training Center Sandy Springs Landscapes Sanofi-Aventis Sapphire Solutions, Inc. SBC Communications* Schulman, Ronca & Bucuvalas, Inc. Scripps Howard Foundation* Shack-Findlay Honda Shannon & Company Siemens Energy & Automation Sizemore Group SLABS Cleaning Service, Inc. Southpointe Partners Spark Enterprises Group, LLC Sprint Foundation* Sprint Nextel Standard Landscape, Inc. State Farm Companies* STEIN and SOBOL, M.D., Inc. SunGard Higher Education SunTrust Bank SYB Consulting, LLC TAG LaPread PT, Inc. TAP Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. Target Corporation Taylormade Marketing, LLC Texas Instruments, Inc.* The Atlanta Job Corps Center The Care House, Daycare and Creative Learning Ctr., Inc. The Coca-Cola Company The Coca-Cola Foundation* The Integral Group, LLC The Phoenix The Wine Store TJX Companies, Inc TME Enterprises, I., LTD Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.* UNICCO Service Company Union Pacific Union Pacific Fund for Effective Government Unisys Corporation United Distributors Inc UPS Education Assistance Program UPS Foundation, Inc. Verizon Foundation* W.W. Grainger, Inc.* Wachovia Corporation Wachovia Foundation* Walgreens Wal-Mart Washington Mutual Bank Weingart Foundation* WellPoint Foundation* Wells Fargo Xerox Corporation* Yum Brands Foundation,Inc.* FOUNDATIONS Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Annie Casey Foundation Bush Foundation Clark and Ruby Baker Foundation Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Trust Health 1st Foundation Inc Irene H. Hills Estate Trust John and Mary Franklin Foundation Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation Lance Armstrong Foundaton Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation National Philanthropic Trust Southern Education Foundation The Getty Foundation Tom Joyner Foundation W. K. Kellogg Foundation Weingart Foundation OTHER ORGANIZATIONS Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority-Nu Lamda Omega Chapter American Cancer Society Atlanta Chapter National Association of Securities Prof., Inc Atlanta Metropolitan College Atlanta Scoops, Inc. Boule Foundation CAU Accounting Club CAU School of Business Administration Coxe, Curry & Associates Clark Athletic Boosters Clark Atlanta University Bookstore Coalition of Black Trade Unionists DeKalb County Convention & Visitor's Bureau Delta Sigma Theta Sorority-Sigma Chapter Delta Sigma Theta-Atl Alumnae Chapter Friends of Ann Kimbrough Friends of Mills Inc. Georgia Cancer Coalition, Inc. Georgia Southern University Grandparents Advocacy Project Greek Life Inc. Guild Friends/Cash Hewlett Packard Employee Charitable Kappa Alpha Psi MARTA Employees Charity Club Morehouse College NAACP/YEI NAFEO National Black MBA Association National Collegiate Athletic Association National Urban League Optima Physical Therapy Services Pfizer United Way Campaign UNCF/General Motors Corp UNCF/Mellon Foundation UNCF/SunTrust Directed Funds United Negro College Fund United Way of the Columbia- Willamette United Way, Inc. Urban League of Greater Columbus, Inc. Urban League of the Mid Plains, Inc. Viv's Social Club RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Absalom Jones Chapel Altadena United Methodist Church Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church Black College Fund & Ethnic Concerns Cascade UMC Central United Methodist Church Christian Fellowship Baptist Chruch Elizabeth Baptist Church Friendship Baptist Church General Board of Global Ministries of the UMC General Board of Higher Education & Ministry of the UMC Greater Springfield Baptist Church, Inc. Hillside Chapel and Truth Center, Inc. Mount Moriah Baptist Church Passionist Fathers of Georgia, Inc. Saint Paul AME Church Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. St. Mary M.B. Church of Tampa The College Fund/UNCF The Korean Church of Atlanta The United Methodist Church UMC Black College Fund UMC-Georgia Commission Higher Education UMC-Women's Division United Church of Christ United Methodist Church WDM Ministry Zion Hill Baptist Church CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

56 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Fiscal Year Summaries June 30, 2006 Total revenue and other additions $ 95,740,782 Total expenses and other deductions $ 91,247,877 Less: cumulative effect of change in accounting principle $ 793,006 Changes in net assets $ 3,699,899 Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 7,615,289 Accounts receivable (net) $ 6,419,688 Pledge receivable (net) $ 82,126 Loans receivable $ 6,242,781 Deposits held with bond trustees $ 8,794,747 Assets held for sale $ 2,688,000 Investments (at market) $ 40,550,572 Other assets $ 1,693,092 Property and equipment (net) $ 112,644,495 Total assets $ 187,530,790 Liabilities and net assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 11,427,162 Advances from granting agencies $ 1,578,088 Deferred revenue $ 2,092,484 Agency liabilities $ 7,204,560 Other liabilities $ 911,323 Capital leases $ 64,710 Notes payable $ 4,936,668 Mortgages payable $ 4,525,031 Bonds payable $ 42,296,727 Total liabilities $ 75,036,753 Total net assets $ 112,494,037 Total liabilities and net assets $ 187,530,790 Revenues Tuition and fees $ 50,132,609 Federal, state and local government grants and contracts $ 22,261,053 Private gifts, grants and contracts $ 8,630,944 Auxiliary services $ 9,961,430 Investment earnings $ 3,606,056 Other sources $ 1,148,690 Total revenues and other support $ 95,740,782 June 30, 2007 Total revenue and other additions $ 95,740,782 Total revenue and other additions $ 101,969,187 Total expenses and other deductions $ 88,954,385 Changes in net assets $ 13,014,802 Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 14,937,248 Accounts receivable (net) $ 3,634,758 Pledge receivable (net) $ 1,880,213 Loans receivable $ 6,075,753 Deposits held with bond trustees $ 9,133,776 Assets held for sale $ 2,400,000 Investments (at market) $ 47,384,208 Other assets $ 1,723,187 Property and equipment (net) $ 110,216,320 Total assets $ 197,385,463 Liabilities and net assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 11,040,755 Advances from granting agencies $ 216,566 Deferred revenue $ 1,998,711 Agency liabilities $ 7,173,918 Other liabilities $ 1,322,287 Capital leases $ 1,086,305 Notes payable $ 4,039,497 Mortgages payable $ 4,329,630 Bonds payable $ 40,668,955 Total liabilities $ 71,876,624 Total net assets $ 125,508,839 Total liabilities and net assets $ 197,385,463 Revenues Tuition and fees $ 55,647,506 Federal, state and local government grants and contracts $ 19,264,008 Private gifts, grants and contracts $ 8,879,701 Auxiliary services $ 9,522,692 Investment earnings $ 6,991,590 Other sources $ 1,663,690 Total revenues and other support $ 101,969,187 Complete audits of the financial records of Clark Atlanta University are conducted annually by an independent certified public accounting firm. 54 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009

57 June 30, 2008 Total revenue and other additions $ 92,081,561 Total expenses, deductions and one-time adjustments $ 88,110,532 Change in net assets $ 3,971,029 Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 13,203,868 Accounts receivable (net) $ 5,153,796 Pledges receivable (net) $ 1,375,648 Perkins loans receivable (net) $ 6,345,788 Deposits held with bond trustees $ 9,289,508 Assets held for sale (net) $ 2,400,000 Investments (at market) $ 44,302,041 Property, plant, and equipment (net) $ 122,424,239 Other assets $ 1,769,920 Total assets $ 206,264,808 Liabilities and net assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 14,881,050 Advances from granting agencies $ 652,619 Deferred revenues $ 1,898,355 Other liabilities $ 1,176,920 Agency liabilities $ 7,159,638 Capital leases $ 659,329 Note payable $ 3,059,640 Mortgages payable $ 4,126,136 Bonds payable (net of bond discount) $ 43,171,253 Total liabilities $ 76,784,940 Total net assets $ 129,479,868 Total liabilities and net assets $ 206,264,808 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER

58 REPORT ON GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Board of Trustees Chair Mrs. Juanita Baranco Executive Vice President/ Chief Operating Officer The Baranco Automotive Group Jonesboro, Georgia Vice-Chair Dr. Elridge W. McMillan, 1954 Scholar-in-residence/Education Consultant Atlanta, Georgia Secretary Dr. Delores P. Aldridge, 1963 Grace Towns Hamilton Distinguished Professor of Sociology and African-American Studies Emory University Decatur, Georgia Mr. Charles Ackerman President Ackerman and Company Atlanta, Georgia Ms. Judy Anderson President Georgia Power Foundation Atlanta, Georgia Ms. Lisa M. Borders President Henry W. Grady Foundation Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Le Vonn P. Brown Undergraduate President Student Government Association Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Richard Colliver Executive Vice President Automobile Sales American Honda Motor Company Torrence, California Mr. Alexander B. Cummings, Jr., 1982 Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer Coca-Cola Company Atlanta, Georgia Mr. John W. Daniels, Jr. Chairman Quarles and Brady LLP Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mr. Salvador Diaz-Verson, Jr. President and CEO Diaz-Verson Capital Investments, Inc. Columbus, Georgia Mr. Pierre Gaither Graduate President Student Government Association Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Ernest G. Green Managing Director for Public Finance Lehman Brothers Washington, D.C. Dr. Ramona Huston President National Alumni Association Decatur, Georgia Mr. R. William Ide, III McKenna Long and Aldridge, LLP Atlanta, Georgia Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones Senior Vice President The Coca-Cola Company Chairperson The Coca-Cola Foundation Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Michael E. Melton President and Managing Director TME Enterprises Great Falls, Virginia Dr. Eric Mintz Faculty Trustee Clark Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Gregory Morrison Vice President and CIO Cox Enterprises, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. William E. Shack, Jr., 1965 Co-Owner Shack-Findlay Honda Henderson, Nevada Mr. Isaac J. Snype, Jr., 1976 Contract Manager IBM Integrated Supply Chain, Procurement Cary, North Carolina Dr. Ruby Thompson Faculty Trustee Clark Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia Dr. Alvin Trotter, 1963 Regional Medical Group Inglewood, California Mr. Robert H. Tucker, Jr., 1963 President Integrated Logistical Support, Inc. New Orleans, Louisiana Ms. Brenda Walker Senior Vice President Smith Breeden Associates Cary, North Carolina Mr. Leonard Walker Senior Vice President Director Business Development Wachovia Bank Atlanta, Georgia The Honorable Meca Walker National Alumni Association Houston, Texas Mr. Carl Ware, 1965 Retired Atlanta, Georgia B. Michael Watson Resident Bishop North Georgia Conference The United Methodist Church Norcross, Georgia Mr. Derrick M. Williams, 1981 Vice President Finance and Planning Vice President, Delphi Europe, Middle East and Africa Delphi Powertrain Systems Luxembourg Ms. Carolyn McClain Young, 1966 Goodworks International, LLC Atlanta, Georgia Trustees Emeriti Mr. Cecil Alexander Retired Atlanta, Georgia Dr. Harold E. Doley, Jr. President Doley Securities Irvington, New York Mr. Sidney Topol Chairman Emeritus Scientific Atlanta Boston, Massachusetts Ex Officio Dr. Carlton E. Brown President Clark Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia Administrative Officers Dr. William H. Boone, 1976 Dean Graduate Studies Ms. Cynthia M. Buskey Special Assistant to the President for Operations Mr. Aristide J. Collins, Jr. Vice President Institutional Advancement and University Relations Dr. Edward Davis Interim Dean School of Business Administration Mr. Lance Dunnings General Counsel Dr. Alexa B. Henderson, 1966 Dean Undergraduate Studies Mr. Michael Lacour Vice President Management Dr. Vimala Pillari Dean Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work Ms. Lucille Maugé Chief Compliance Officer Mr. Narendra H. Patel Director Planning, Assessment and Research Dr. Marcus W. Shute Vice President Research and Sponsored Programs Dr. Trevor Turner Interim Dean School of Education 56 CLARK ATLANTA ANNUAL REPORT FALL 2008/WINTER 2009


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