The Kennesaw State University Men of Vision Interest Group hosted the “Leadership in Black” Panel this past week in celebration of Black History Month.

The panel featured successful Black leaders from different industries such as the military, higher education administration, the private sector, and public service.

The KSU Men of Vision decided to put on this great event in an effort to highlight successful Black leaders making a difference in their community as well as to share testimony as to the power of higher education and pursuing one’s dreams in spite of the challenges faced.

Kennesaw State University is located outside of Atlanta, GA in the city of Kennesaw. The Men of Vision are currently a club of Omega Delta Phi and are looking to be the founding line of the fraternity on that campus.

“Leadership in Black“ presented a unique opportunity to host an event in celebration of Black History Month, held in the month of February. The Men of Vision put forth the effort to ensure the event would be successful and well received on their campus.

The interest group was responsible for securing the panelists to be featured in the two day program. Some of the featured speakers were Dr. Greg Pennington, managing partner of Pennpoint Consulting Group. Pennington’s firm specializes in Leadership development, coaching, and accelerating efficiency in teams and groups.

Dr. Morcease J. Beasley, Superintendent of Clayton County Public Schools, is responsible for one of the largest school districts in the Peach State. The school district consists of more than 55,000 students, 7,300 employees and a five million dollar budget.

First Sergeant Flynn Broady of the United States Army serves as Prosecuting Attorney for the Cobb County DUI Court. There he cr