AT&T Supports CCC’s Male Initiative Program
Endorsing Coahoma Community College’s Male Initiative program as a corporate sponsor dedicated to keeping male students in college through graduation, AT&T official Michael L. Walker of Jackson (second from left) presents a $15,000 check Monday to CCC Foundation executive director Charles Reid. Welcoming, Walker, AT&T, and officials to the presentation, Dr. Greg Hudson, (left) CCC vice president of student affairs, explains its focus on reversing the national dropout rate for male students and keeping them in school through graduation. Attending the presentation are state Sen. Robert Jackson, D-Marks; Dr. Vivian Presley, CCC president; state Rep. Chuck Espy, D-Clarksdale; Patrick Johnson, Male Initiative director; LaShasa Griffin, dean of students; and Donald Green, CCC Foundation president. Walker is AT&T’s executive director of external affairs.