Andrew Snorton
Andrew is a 14 year resident of the state of Georgia. 
After finishing his undergraduate studies at Wake Forest University, he embarks on what is an interesting life journey.  After spending three years in Athens, GA as both a research assistant at the University of Georgia and with the First-Time Juvenile Offender Intervention Program in conjunction with the Athens-Clarke County Court system, he moves to metro-Atlanta.  Professionally, he has experience in the insurance industry (auto claims) and in the public sector (Gwinnett County Public Schools).  Currently, he is involved with work projects for Snorton Enterprises, Inc and Peason Educational Consultants; likewise, he is currently pursuing his continuing education degree (Masters) in the hopes of being able to work at some level of higher education.  Civically, Andrew has a rich track-record of service to his community.  A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. since 1991, he is partially responsible for chartering a graduate chapter (Duluth, GA), as well as having the distinction of being its longest tenured president (2001-2004).  His other civic distinctions are varied, ranging from media recognition and appearances (TV 36 Atlanta's Unsung Community Heroes Award Recipient, along with appearances of WSB-TV [Atlanta], WXIA-TV [Atlanta], People TV [Atlanta], V-103 [Atlanta radio], Hot 107.9 [Atlanta radio], 104.1 Kiss FM [Atlanta radio], and WAOK-AM [Atlanta radio]), press (Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Crossroads, Examiner.com, and even Wake Forest University's Alumni  Magazine), and multiple civic organizations such as Real Men Cook (Atlanta), the Youth Motivation Task Force (Albany State University), the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, and other community-based organizations.  Currently, his main civic focus is his work with the LEAD Foundation, Inc.  In serving as program director, he helps to oversee and administer the foundation's male-mentoring program (the REEL Project), its co-ed leadership program (the ALPHA Leadership Program), and its scholarship program (the Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program), named in memory of his grandmother.  In addition, he serves as a contributing writer for multiple magazines, focusing on topics centered on community activism and programs.
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