The University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) hosted its annual Women’s History Month Breakfast on the Gainesville Campus on April 8.
Guest speakers at the event included Deborah Keith Mack and AnMarie Martin.
Mack is a founder of WomenSource, an organization dedicated to personal and professional growth and success of women of all ages, backgrounds, races and socioeconomic levels in the Gainesville-Hall County community.
In 2014, Martin was nominated by WomenSource as a Hall County Community Heroes. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology at UNG and working with the Hall County Sherriff’s Office in the Special Operations/ ADVANCE (avoiding drugs, violence, and negative choices early) program.
Other speakers at the breakfast program included MSA Director Robert L. Robinson, who gave opening remarks; Cheryl Geystand, student leader of the organization, who served as emcee; and Dr. Cara Ray, associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students for UNG's Gainesville Campus, who welcomed guests to the event.
For more information about MSA, including details of upcoming events, visit the organization's website at http://ung.edu/multicultural-student-affairs/.