Rochelle “Hot 16” & Mayor Kasim Reed

At this point in my life, I’m not really into politics like that for one reason or another. I haven’t tapped deep into why I’m not but I’m sure my ideas about that will change in the next 5 years, especially since I got to witness what Mayor Kasim Reed has done with Atlanta over the years.

In the last 5 years I watched Mayor Kasim Reed do his part of in helping the community and keeping a thriving economy for the people in Atlanta. He has done some much for Atlanta’s entertainment industry and provided a platform for entrepreneurial women of color, to start and take their businesses to the next level. I always tell the people I graduated with who were also in the entrepreneurship program at Ball State to come down to Atlanta because it’s such a good place to start. Not mention that Atlanta is ranked as the 3rd fastest growing city, where entrepreneurs have the best opportunities and I can’t help but to feel that Mayor Kasim Reed definitely has a great deal to do with why that is.


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