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The Power of Girls Celebrates Fatherhood and Uplifts Future Leaders at “Jammin Through the Decades”

Atlanta, GA (May 20, 2024) – The Power of Girls (TPOG) hosted a successful fundraiser and day party, “Jammin Through the Decades,” at Spaceman Atlanta on Sunday, May 19th, from 3 pm to 7 pm.

The event celebra_ Hted the power of fatherhood and honored six exceptional Atlanta fathers – Ryan Cameron, Al Branch, Askia Fountain, Carl C. Hill, MBA, PMP, Adam Boliek, and Corey Whigham – who actively support and empower their daughters.

A Celebration of Fatherhood and Future Leaders

Adding to the celebration’s weight was esteemed support from Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, emphasizing the city’s commitment to fostering strong female leaders from a young age.

“As a father of a daughter, I understand the immense pride I feel in being involved in my daughter’s life. Fathers play a crucial role as pillars of support and sources of inspiration for their daughters,” stated Mayor Dickens. “We are honored to recognize these remarkable Atlanta dads who champion their daughters’ success, contributing to a more equitable future for all girls.” (See video here:

Guests enjoyed an afternoon filled with:

  • Celebrating Fatherhood: Recognition of the incredible impact dads have on their daughters’ lives.
  • Meeting Inspiring Leaders: Hearing inspiring stories from the honored fathers and the daughters they support.
  • Learning About The Power of Girls: Discovering the impactful work TPOG does in Atlanta to empower the next generation of female leaders.

Guest attendees included Leah Edmond (Nike Athlete/Atlanta Vibe), Aeisha Branch (Pretty Girls Sweat), Mimi Faust (Love & Hip Hop Atlanta), Greg Clay (Commission, Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services, City of Atlanta), Johnquel Neal (Johnquel Neal Law Firm), John & Chaitra Bryant (Operation Hope), Elizabeth Smith (National Executive Director, Ed Lover)