What World Refugee Day Means to Me
This month’s Thought Leader piece is by Mwoddah “Mo” Habib. Mo is pursuing a Master’s of Public Health concentrating on health management and policy at Georgia State University (GSU). She is a recent recipient of the GSU 40 Under 40 award for her commitment to public health and serving her community- Clarkston, Georgia. Mo is a key clinic coordinator at the Clarkston Community Health Center (CCHC), a nonprofit clinic that provides free health services to low-income, uninsured individuals. She also ... Read more >
May 2019 Volunteer Spotlight- Aqil Merchant
At our Breaking Bread Volunteer Appreciation Brunch this month, we presented four outstanding volunteers with “Volunteer of the Year” awards. Our recipient of the “Young Path” award, Aqil Merchant, is featured this month.
Aqil is a local high school student and was moved by news coverage he saw about the refugee crisis. He wanted to take action, so he went to his classmates to ask them to join him in making a difference. Aqil is the founder and leader of ... Read more >