FROM THE AAAC STAFF AND COMMISSIONERS
African-American Affairs Commission hires new Legislative Analyst
The African-American Affairs Commission is pleased to announce that Subira Gordon will be joining the AAAC as the Commission's new Legislative Analyst. Subira comes to our department with a wealth of knowledge and experience and will be an asset to our Commission. She will begin her new role on November 15th and can be reached at 860-240-8555, 240-0251 or by email: email@example.com. Please join us as we welcome Subira to the African-American Affairs Commission.
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Reception for Ghanaian Educators at the State Capitol
Leading educators from Ghana visited Connecticut to learn best practices in secondary education that can be operationalized in Ghana. The AAAC hosted the reception.
The public and community leaders attended the event.
Ghanaian Educators vistited Bloomfield and Windsor High Schools
See more photos of their visit
COMCAST NEWSMAKER PROGRAM
The African-American Affairs Commission has been working to improve and promote the economic development, education, health and political well-being of the African-American community in Connecticut. Executive Director, Glenn Cassis, joins Newsmakers.
In May the Executive Director participated in the taping of the Comcast Newsmaker Program. The video segment ran on CNN Headline News. You can view the program by clicking on the link below.
Comcast Newsmaker Program
AAAC CLASSIC AWARDS
For fourteen years the AAAC has recognized outstanding Connecticut African-American men, women, business and economic development leaders, lifetime achievers and high school students.
Dr. Stanley F. Battle
Woman of the Year
Constance J. Coles
Man of the Year
Youth of the Year
Dionne C. Parker
Youth of the Year
George A. Coleman
Business & Economic Development
KJB Associates, LLC.
Karen J. Bellamy