Representative Morgan made waves when she became the first African-American elected official for the Cobb County district in 2002. Emerging victorious from this and similar political and personal challenges, Morgan has built a successful career and life. She continues to make no apologies and shares the lessons she has learned along her journey of trial and triumph in her book No Apologies: Lessons in Life, Love & Politics.
A rising star on the national scene, Morgan is a sought-after speaker and trainer, with clients including the Harvard University Black Policy Conference, the Yale University Women’s Campaign School, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and numerous other national agencies and organizations. Morgan has been named one of the Nation’s 30 Leaders who are under 30 by Ebony Magazine, one of “America’s Young Civil Rights Heroes” by AOL Black Voices, one of fifteen women of the “New Power Generation” by Essence Magazine, and one of Georgia’s “Brightest 40 under 40” by both Georgia Trend Magazine and the Georgia Informer. Morgan has also been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, and on both CSPAN and BET.
Visit The Colors of Wine to meet and greet Alisha Thomas Morgan and enjoy wines from far and wide. Suggested contributions are $100 for attending guests or donations can be made online at www.alishamorgan.com. The Colors of Wine is located at 2355 Cumberland Parkway Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga. 30339.
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