• Saturday, Feb 26, 2022

    11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
  • Virtual/Limited In-Person

    Jim Kennedy Conference Center, Cox Enterprises 
    6305 Peachtree Dunwoody Road | Atlanta, Georgia 30328

Event Details

22 years ago, Dr. Johnetta B. Cole, Conchita W. Robinson and Charles Stephens joined forces to convene African-American leaders to positively impact the Greater Atlanta community. Today, that shared vision lives on through the African-American Partnership (AAP) at United Way of Greater Atlanta. AAP powers the potential of African-American boys and young men in the metro area through partnerships that advance educational achievement.

Join us for the 6th Annual AAP Leadership Luncheon and hear from celebrated actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Morris Chestnut about service and leadership during challenging times and discuss the issues you and your peers face in our Greater Atlanta community. You will also learn about the steps AAP is taking to tackle those issues head on. Get involved in AAP and make a difference today.

United Way of Greater Atlanta is closely watching the Omicron variant and adhering to CDC guidelines. We will make adjustments to the format as needed.

Entry Prices

In-Person
A multitude of sponsorship, host committee and group purchase options
starting at $1,199

Virtual Ticket
$64 prior until January 31
$99 February 1 – February 23
$149 February 24 – February 26

No on-site registration. No refunds.

About AAP
The African-American Partnership (AAP) is a group of donors with shared affinities for philanthropy, leadership and service. The mission of AAP is to positively impact the community by increasing the number of African-American leadership donors to United Way of Greater Atlanta. AAP includes persons of color and others who support the mission of AAP. Additionally, AAP engages members through volunteerism and advocacy, and offers ongoing opportunities for personal and professional development. AAP raises $2.6 M annually for the local Atlanta community.

Speaker
  • Morris Chestnut
    Morris Chestnut