BOARD MEMBER SHANNON PICKETT TO BECOME A PARTNER

ASBCC BOARD member and River Region Black Chamber Vice President Shannon Pickett, will be entering the Associate Partner program in the month of April. This position will allow her to be impactful in developing Financial Service Professionals and Advisors. For nearly 4 years, she has served as an Agent and Financial Services Professional offering various solutions for families and small business owners throughout the United States. She will now focus on individuals interested in becoming entrepreneurs and as a result, will change the lives of those in our communities for generations to come by providing diverse and customized investment solutions that will help clients feel more secure about their financial planning goals. She looks forward to developing those who are interested in becoming their own boss and building the legacy they desire for their families.

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Alabama A&M University (AAMU) has received a $500,000 grant from Alabama Power and its parent, Southern Company, to help bolster its technological capabilities across the campus.  The gift is part of Southern Company and its subsidiaries’ $50 million HBCU Initiative, a multiyear funding strategy announced in January 2020 that provides HBCU students with scholarships, internships, leadership uto receive this generous grant from Alabama Power and Southern Company,” said Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr., president of AAMU. “During these challenging times, especially with the coronavirus pandemic having changed the way we serve our students, this grant will help us improve our technology capabilities and continue to innovate to meet the needs of the current and future students of Alabama A&M University.”

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