May 2015 Issue


The May 2015 Issue is dedicated to the young executives that we feel are Atlanta’s rising crop of “next up” decision makers- highlighting the accomplishments of Kevin Gooch, Phoebe Palmer Coquerel, Tayo Adeyefa and Fabiola Charles Stokes. These ambitious execs, along with the others featured in the May issue are ready and waiting to further the mantle of their predecessors across the black business landscape of Atlanta — whether in corporate, entrepreneurial or civic work. The theme that threads every issue of AT, sowing and reaping, emerges again this month from one story to the next whether a guiding principle that has been employed or advice received from a mentor. We round out the issue with our monthly small business columns; and in addition we give you a tease of what you’re missing out on by asking some of our readers to share the best advice they’ve received from their mentors. Trust us, this issue is a must-have. Order your copy today!


May 2015 Issue: The Young Executive Issue

They Got Next
By Katrice L. Mines and 
Kamille D. Whittaker
High-performing, ambitious 
and ready to take over: Meet Kevin Gooch, Phoebe Palmer Coquerel, Tayo Adeyefa and Fabiola Charles Stokes.

Leveraging Millennial Power
By Jacqueline Holness
How the next generation is 
taking the torch.

Self-Motivation 101
By Leah Stone
Be your own cheerleader.

Insights from 
the Way Up
By Myleik Teele
Pro tips from Myleik Teele 
of curlBOX notoriety.

Mentor Advice
Lessons that last.

Where Are They Now
Meet the interns who found their footing first at Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine.

Technology For Business
By Brent Leary
It’s Time to Get Serious About Mobile Wallets

By Steve Julal
The Affordable Care Act and the Premium Tax Credit

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