The JA Atlanta Business Hall of Fame honors remarkable individuals who have strengthened Atlanta and aided in its growth to become the world renowned city that it is today. At the 30th annual event, Junior Achievement will celebrate the distinguished careers and philanthropic achievements of Rosalind Brewer, Chief Operating Officer and Group President of Starbucks Corporation, and John F. Brock, Chief Executive Officer, Coca-Cola European Partners (Retired), as they join a prestigious list of laureates who have spanned the history of Atlanta.
To be highlighted during the ceremony will be Banneker’ High School’s inaugural cohort of Junior Achievement/3DE students, a group that is widely credited for being one of the largest, highest performing, and most successful graduating classes in Banneker High School History. Dr. Bradley is expected to make a special announcement about the school’s future plans during his address
The 30th Annual JA Atlanta Business Hall of Fame, Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the InterContinental Buckhead.
About Junior Achievement, 3DE and Banneker High School: A joint venture between Fulton County Schools, JA of Georgia and the broader Atlanta community led to the pilot of a new school model. Launched in 2015 at Banneker High School, the model quickly demonstrated the ability to drive student engagement and academic performance. Within four years the model expanded to six schools in four districts, each serving a range of academic levels and backgrounds. Every school demonstrated a similar path to transformation: it began with shifts in culture and engagement, which year-over-year resulted in measurable gains in students’ knowledge, skills and aspirations. All of this building towards students graduating with a vision for their future, confidence in their abilities, and a path to achievement. Credit: https://www.3deschools.org/about