Social entrepreneur and author Miki Agrawal (bottom row, center) visited with several area professionals honored by MTSU as “Millennials on a Mission in Middle Tennessee” before Agrawal’s presentation Monday, March 23, at the MTSU Student Union as part of the university’s second annual Nonprofit & Social Innovation Week.
Pictured (bottom row, from left) are: Meghan Kelly, New Vision Baptist Church; Regina Wilkerson Ward, Interfaith Dental Clinic; Agrawal; Hannah Holladay, MTSU student and VSA intern; Shannon Ritchie, GIRLS Ranch Inc.
Back row, from left: Alden Ward, Smyrna Boys & Girls Club; Beth Jennings, Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County; Christi and Clark Powers, Bear It No More; Claire Wilson, United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties; and Claressa Ham, Archie’s Promise.
Not pictured are Will Anderson, Salemtown Board Co.; Sam Davidson, Cool People Care; Meagan Flippin, president and CEO of United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties; Kevin Scott Page, Popcause.org; and Ginger Spencer, Special Kids. (MTSU photo by J. Intintoli)