Google and Big Brothers Big Sister of Metro Atlanta partner with Mays High School

Officials from Google and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta were at Mays High School on Friday to announce and celebrate a new partnership and investment Google is making into the school and its students through mentorship and technological infrastructure investments.

The event featured a welcome video by comedian, Mays graduate, and “Wild ‘N Out” star DC Young Fly and remarks from Google executives Monique Picou (VP of Global Server Operations & Tech Strategy) and Felica Coney (VP of Operations & Synchronization, Americas) as well as BBBS Atlanta CEO Kwame Johnson, and a Q&A session with students led by senior, Montavious Sutton.

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