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Cheers July 12-18

7/12/2013, 1:40 p.m.

Atlanta native, Dr. Rosalind Fuse-Hall, was recently installed as the 17th President of Bennett College -- the all-women’s historically black college in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Fuse-Hall has been interim executive director of Title III Programs at Florida A&M University, and chief of staff to the president there.

She also served as executive assistant to the chancellor at North Carolina Central University and corporate secretary at the General Administration for the University of North Carolina.

Spelman College “rising junior” Kendall Wells was chosen to be a summer intern at the Executive Office of the President in Washington, D.C.

Wells works in the Office of the Chief Information Officer in Records Management.

Following graduation, she plans to study environmental law and work to achieve environmental justice for underserved communities.

 Atlantan LaDonna Younger is one of nine students who will receive her Court Reporting Certificate from Brown College of Court Reporting on July 27 at Northside Drive Baptist Church.

Other graduates include:  Courtney Astor of Buford, Sherry Barbour of Suwanee,

Julie Breedlove of Lilburn, Kimara Jones of Fayetteville, Erlesia Larkins of Marietta, Vonzelle Martin of Atlanta, Maya Meadows of Stone Mountain and Joan Robin Sawyer of Conyers.