100 Black Men of Atlanta Inducts New Board
Tuesday, May 16th, 2023
100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. welcomed its new Chairman and Board of Directors on Tuesday, May 9 during its General Body Meeting. The cabinet is composed of a dynamic corps who lead and uphold the organization’s mission to improve the quality of life by supporting and enhancing educational and economic opportunities particularly for African-American youth in the Atlanta community.
2023 Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
Sidney D. Barron
Vice President, Corporate Development & Real Estate
Asbury Automotive Group
Aaron N. Swain
President and Co-Owner
Columbia Residential Properties, LLC
Jerrell M. Moore
Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Steve S. Julal, MBA, CPA
VAAS Professionals, LLC
Marvin E. Flewellen, CFA
Head of Client Management, Investments
Joseph L. Wilson, Esq.
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Wilson Rowley, LLC
Bishop William Murphy III
Founder and Lead Pastor
The dReam Center Church of Atlanta
Carl C. Hill
Corporate Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED
Immediate Past President
Keith I. Millner
Coaching Catalyst, LLC
Ernest L. Greer
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Louis E. Negrón, Sr.
Vice President, Strategy and Engagement Partnership for Southern Equity
Joshua E. Byrd, Sr.
Program Chair & Professor
American Intercontinental University
Pedro P. Cherry
President and CEO
Atlanta Gas Light & Chattanooga Gas Companies
Commissioner, Mayor's Office of Constituent Services
City of Atlanta
Sherman T. Hampton
National Account Executive
Sylvester J. Harris, Jr.
Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer
S.J. Harris & Company, Inc.
Mark C. O’Riley
Attorney, Office of General Counsel
Antrell D. Tyson, Esq.
U.S. Department of Health and
Vice President of Product Management
The vision of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is to become the city’s strongest, most self-reliant African-American volunteer organization focused on education, enrichment and empowerment. A non-profit organization, The 100 provides college preparatory services and mentorship to at-risk Atlanta youth. Civic-minded members dedicate their time and talent as mentors to help boys and girls break the cycles of poverty, under-achievement and violence that plague their communities, thus enabling them to seek their highest potential. Since its inception in 1987, 100% of the students who complete Project Success, the organization’s flagship program, have graduated from high school and 80% have graduated from college in four years, far outpacing the national averages. Project Success is a nationally recognized post-secondary preparation, tuition assistance, and mentoring program for Atlanta Public Schools (APS) students whereby the 100 Black Men of Atlanta provides tuition-assistance scholarships for all Project Success students who graduate from high school. For more info: https://100blackmen-atlanta.org