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2019 News

Maceo A. Brown Awarded by Invest Atlanta

On Wednesday, October 30th, 2019, Maceo A. Brown received the Southside Champion Award during Invest Atlanta’s Excellence in Entrepreneurship Luncheon. The award recognizes entrepreneurs, small businesses and startups that help Atlanta’s economy thrive. The awards ceremony was held at The Gathering Spot where the accomplishments of Maceo A. Brown and other prominent business owners in the Atlanta Community were celebrated. Congratulations!


Maceo A. Brown to become Member of The Carter Center Board of Councilors

Maceo A. Brown has been invited by President Jimmy Carter to serve a three-year term on the Board of Councilors of The Carter Center. The Board or Councilors serves as an important channel of communication to private-sector leadership in Atlanta and beyond. The board was established 32 years ago and has been chaired by several of the city’s most distinguished civic leaders including Ivan Allen III, Bob Holder, Bill Dahlberg, Ingrid Saunders Jones, Charles Brewer, Claire Lewis Arnold, Ann Cramer, Walter Driver Jr., Dennis Lockhart, Martha Finn Brooks, Liz Blake, Shan Cooper and Reade Fahs. Its current chair is Dan Cathy.

The Carter Center’s activities have touched the lives of many of the world’s most threatened and deprived people and have contributed to Atlanta’s growing impact on the national and international scene.

The board will convene for the first time this year on Friday, February 15th.


Maceo A. Brown Shares His Personal Journey and Testimony of living with Stage 4 BRCA 2 Incurable Prostate Cancer

Maceo A. Brown, founder of Maceo's Kids, will share his personal journey and testimony of living with Stage 4 BRCA 2 incurable prostate cancer. He will also share how he continues to live a full life while keeping his cancer in remission.
Sunday, January 20th, 2019 at 11:00 A.M.
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Rev. Frank Cornelius Brown - Pastor
2685 Barge Rd SW
Atlanta GA 30331



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