May 2020 Volume 16

Former Atlanta Chapter President Receives Award from Brenau University

Staff reporter KC Times
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Dr. Glen Laman received Brenau University’s Community Service Award in an online ceremony on April 25, 2020 during the university’s Alumnae Reunion Weekend.

This prestigious award was given in recognition of his exceptional professional path, service to Brenau, and passion for his community, which make him an extraordinary embodiment of the Brenau ideal.

Brenau University is a private university with its main campus in Gainesville, Georgia . Founded in 1878, the university enrolls more than 3,500 students from approximately 48 states and 17 foreign countries who seek degrees ranging from two-year associate through doctorates.

Laman received his MBA in management from Brenau in 1990. Over 20 years later he would go on to receive his doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Management and Technology where is currently a faculty member.

Laman is a former president of the Atlanta chapter of KCOBA and is currently a member of the board. He is a founding board member and former president of the Jamaican Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, Jamaican Entrepreneurship.

Brenau University: https://www.brenau.edu/about/quickfacts/

Glen Laman: http://glenlaman.com/

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