A3C is proud to announce theHonorable Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will participate in the firstMayor’s Brunch at the 2018 A3C Festival and Conference. This brunch, held on October 4th, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in the Loudermilk Center Toyota Ballroom, will kick off the Women In Charge programming series presented by Toyota.
The brunch will feature an intimate one-on-one conversation between Mayor Bottoms and Atlanta native – Rembert Browne, one of America’s most respected culture writers. Their discussion will cover several topics including Mayor Bottoms’ journey from Frederick Douglass High School, the true culture of Atlanta and how to balance a growing city while making it open to all and retaining the essence of what it means to be “made in Atlanta.”
A3C’s Women In Charge event is intended to connect, inspire and educate women in the music industry through a series of events, panels, and sessions featuring some of hip-hop’s most influential and innovative women.
Women involved in this initiative include: Asya Shein (Fusicology, President), Dia Simms (Combs Enterprises, President), Dina Marto (Twelve Music & Studios, Owner & Founder), Ethiopia Habtemariam (Motown Records, President), Janee Bolden (BOSSIP, Managing Editor), Lola Plaku (Lola Media Group, CEO + Owner), Malita the Mogul (Mogul Mentality, Founder + CEO), Nicole Bilzerian (Interscope Geffen A&M, SVP Head of Urban Marketing), Nicole Wyskoarko (Interscope Geffen A&M, EVP Urban Operations), Phylicia Fant (Warner Bros Records, SVP Media + Special Projects), Uwonda Carter Scott (The Carter Law Firm, Attorney + Owner) and Whitney-Gayle Benta (Spotify, Head of Talent Relations).
“What an honor to host the first ever A3C Mayor’s Brunch with Mayor Bottoms. In just a short time in office Mayor Bottoms has been an extremely powerful voice for creatives and progressives. She is a product of Atlanta and now leads the city in a very pivotal time,” Mike Walbert (A3C Director/Partner) states. “Rembert Browne has been a champion for Atlanta and an important voice in black culture for many years. He is the perfect person to host an intimate conversation about the state and future of the city we love.”
This event is open to all A3C Festival & Conference wristband holders.