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    We Got A Winner - Stacey Abrams Must Be Considered for Next NAACP President

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    *We Got A Winner –  Stacey Abrams Must Be Considered for Next NAACP President

    Listen to a taping of Stacey Abrams Congressional District Election Night Rally.  If you did not hear her, you missed the unveiling.  She is the Leader.  I’ve told you before.  I don’t just follow anyone just because they are in a lead position..  I haven’t been an NAACP member since graduating from college.  Since King, the leadership was just not there.  You had Wanna Be’s but not true leadership.  I’m not saying the leadership had not accomplished things, but sorry fully they were not leaders.  I’ve accomplished things, but people know me as a “defender of others”, a “hard worker”, “a good record keeper”.  Those attributes did not lead me to believe that I was a leader.  I’m an organizer.  Stacey Abrams is an organizer and leader.  It’s in her voice.  It’s in her charisma.  It’s in her deliverance.

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    Stacey Abrams   Stacey Y. Abrams is the House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly and State Representative for the 89th House District. She is the first woman to lead either party in the Georgia General Assembly and is the first African-American to lead in the House of Representatives. Stacey serves on the following committees: Appropriations, Ethics, Judiciary Non-Civil, Rules and Ways & Means. She co-founded and acts as Senior Vice President of NOWaccount Network Corporation, a financial services firm. Stacey also co-founded Nourish, Inc., a beverage company with a focus on infants and toddlers, as well as other entrepreneurial ventures. Formerly, she was Deputy City Attorney for the City of Atlanta. Prior to her tenure at the City, she was Special Tax Counsel at Sutherland, with a focus on tax-exempt organizations, health care, and public finance.


    She has published articles on issues of public policy, taxation and nonprofit organizations, including pieces with The Christian Science Monitor, Yale Law and Policy Review, U.S. News and World Reports, and the Huffington Post. Under the pen name Selena Montgomery, Stacey is the award-winning author of eight romantic suspense novels, which have sold more than 100,000 copies.

    Stacey currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Agnes Scott College, the Board of Directors for the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, the Board of Directors for the Gateway Center for the Homeless, and the Advisory Boards for Literacy Action and Health Students Taking Action Together. Stacey received her J.D. from the Yale Law School. She graduated from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin with an M.P.Aff. in public policy. She earned a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies (Political Science, Economics and Sociology) from Spelman College - magna cum laude.


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