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Dialogue with City of Tallahassee Commissioner Andrew Gillum

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In this interview, Pastor Rosalind Y. Tompkins will dialogue with the Honorable City Commmissioner Andrew Gillum about the up and coming trends that are facing our communities and nation as we move forward in 2010. City Commissioner Andrew D. Gillum, an alumnus of Florida A&M University (FAMU), former president of the Student Government Association, and FAMU’s first student member of the Board of Trustees became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. When elected at the age of 23, he was a student majoring in political science. Passion for public service and the ability to motivate and mobilize people to action garnered his re-election in August 2004 to a four year term on the Commission. Commissioner Gillum worked as a part of the grassroots campaign to elect President Barak Obama and he and his wife attended a Christmas party at the White House in December. Commissioner Gillum serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Schott Foundation for Public Education. He also has been recognized as an emerging leader by the Congressional Black Caucus, Jet Magazine, Ebony Magazine, the Association of Trial Lawyers for America (ATLA), The Drum Major Institute, IMPACT and FAMU’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award. We will get inside the head on a young man that God has ordained for greatness!! Listen and learn about politics in the 21st Century and how we WIN in 2010!!

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