JULY 26, 2014
Marvin Arrington, Jr.
Congratulations to Marvin Arrington, Jr. - a native of Fulton County, Georgia, now the Commissioner Elect of Fulton County's new District 5. Marvin is a renowned "Super" lawyer with over 15 years of litigation and judicial process. He is the son of Marvin Arrington, Sr., retired Fulton County Superior Court Justice, and Marilyn Arrington, retired educator. As Commissioner Elect of Fulton County's new District 5 he will continue his strong creed of community service and empowerment.

On Saturday Marvin will give Game Changers an exclusive interview on how he plans to carry out his platform in the new District 5 along with how he has created opportunities to provide education, entertainment, and empowerment to Georgia communities. He is the owner of Urban Film Review, which presents the annual Black History Festival. The Urban Film Review is also in partnership with the Atlanta Cyclorama and War Museum. Through this partnership free monthly screenings are shown to educate and empower communities. He is also a published author, speaker, and filmmaker. Mr. Arrington is a partner at the law practices Arrington & Phillips, LLP, where he brings businesses, nonprofits, and individuals together to solve problems and get results. 

As Fulton County Commissioner for the new District 5, Marvin will implement the reforms and changes needed to provide, optimize, and enhance District 5's communities and businesses. Marvin was raised in southwest Atlanta and is a graduate of Frederick Douglass High School. After graduating high school, Marvin matriculated at the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, VA where he earned a degree in Economics.

After UVA, Marvin followed in his father's footsteps and attended Emory Law School, where he served as Justice of the Honor Court and earned his Juris Doctorate. A devoted family man, Marvin is married to Kristen, a graduate of Spelman College and Fulton County educator for the gifted. Marvin and Kristen are the proud parents of four daughters who attend Stonewall Tell Elementary, Sandtown Middle, and Westlake High. Marvin is a lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Dina Bailey
Dina Bailey is the Director, Interpretation Curator, for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia. The new institution opened in June 2014 and has a mission to empower everyone to take the protection of everyone's human's rights personally. In fulfilling this mission, Ms. Bailey oversees four major components of the institution: interpretation, content, temporary exhibitions, educational initiatives, and community programming.  
Dina will join us on Game Changers to discuss how The Center is being received since its opening. We will hear more about the core mission of The Center and why Atlanta is such an appropriate city for the interpretation of civil and human rights. This is not Dina's first experience with historical culture. She was the Director of Museum Experiences for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center where she oversaw the entire programmatic side of the institution. 
Dina has also been a high school English teacher, teaching American Literature and Advanced Placement English. Game Changers is looking forward to her teaching us more about the Center, how we can get involved, and how she is making what appears to be an integrated impact in her role.
Dina's degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Middle/Secondary Education from Butler University; a Masters in Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation from the University of Sussex; and, a graduate certification in Museum Studies from the University of Cincinnati. 
Ms. Bailey has been published in both the formal education and museum fields. Join us Saturday as she becomes an official member of the Game Changers' archives discussing civil and human rights.

Greg Cooper, GM
Born and raised in South Florida, Greg is a graduate of the University of Florida in Journalism and Communications. Greg is a 25 year veteran of the radio and television industry having also owned and operated a video production facility. He has been involved in the development of local and national broadcasts and production projects. Greg currently serves as General Manager for Love 860, WAEC - Atlanta's Inspirational Talk Radio and AM 1100 WWWE - Atlanta's Sports and Entertainment Radio Network. This Saturday he joins Lisa as Co-Host to discuss Game Changers' home station, WAEC Love 860; its history in Atlanta & why it is the inspirational talk of the town for listeners near and far!
The radio stations are owned by Beasley Broadcast Group, a publicly held corporation listed on the NASDAQ.

Brian Poe, Esq.
 Supporter of Game Changers and Long Time Friend to Marvin Arrington, Jr., Brian Poe is coming to the studio again this Saturday! Brian's and Marvin's law firms often partner together. They are the Executive Producers of a Hollywood Award Winning Atlanta Film and the two bona fide game changers having also served together for many years on the Sickle Cell Foundation Board. Attorney Poe plans to return to the Sickle Cell Foundation Board in January 2015. He returns to Game Changers this week as a proud sponsor with congratulatory remarks for Marvin.


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