Big Brothers Big Sisters plans new strategy to reach more Atlanta youth (podcast)

Kwame Johnson is getting a lot of calls these days from educators wanting to add mentorship to the mix of school activities.

“We’re hearing from principals about what they’re facing in this post Covid world,” said Kwame Johnson, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. “The needs of children are different and more complex now.”

To address increased levels of isolation and mental health issues that became more apparent during the pandemic, Johnson said Big Brothers…

Kwame Johnson is getting a lot of calls these days from educators wanting to add mentorship to the mix of school activities.

“We’re hearing from principals about what they’re facing in this post Covid world,” said Kwame Johnson, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. “The needs of children are different and more complex now.”

To address increased levels of isolation and mental health issues that became more apparent during the pandemic, Johnson said Big Brothers… Read MoreAtlanta Business News – Local Atlanta News | Atlanta Business Chronicle

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