From a First-time Voter
First-time voter, Harry Osayimwen, moved to Georgia from his native Nigeria in September 2011 to be reunited with his then 16-year-old son and, as Harry says, “to be the dad my son wanted me to be.”
An engineer by trade, Harry has been working as an office administrator in Norcross where he commutes from Stone Mountain. After seven years of residency in Georgia, Harry followed in the footsteps of his son in April 2018 when he took the oath of U.S. ... Read more >
Volunteer Spotlight: John Guyton
This month’s volunteer spotlight features John Guyton, a Georgia native and active donor and volunteer for New American Pathways. John first discovered his passion for political engagement during his college career at American University in DC during a monumental period of American history—the Watergate scandal of the 1970s.
A father of two and husband of 33 years, John has worked in the bicycle business for years. After the death of his mother in 2014, John has continuously worked to fulfill her legacy of political involvement ... Read more >