It's about helping each person realize his or her potential through a good education and a rewarding career." This echoes ACT•1's goal to find the right career path for everyone that walks through our doors.
More than 1,000 guests attended the formal event, including business leaders and entrepreneurs as well as federal and state government leaders.
At ACT•1, we know how powerful an effect mentors can have in a young person's life.
As a business professional whose career has been shaped by the influence of mentors, our founder and chairman, Janice Bryant Howroyd, has built the very same work ethic into her own organization.
She has been twice named by the Star Group as one of the 50 Leading Women Entrepreneurs of the World the first African-American woman honored.
Beyond her success in business and civic affairs, Ms.
She will be featured on Ebony’s Magazine November 2005 issue. Bryant Howroyd was recognized for her success in growing her human resources and staffing management firm into one of the most innovative in its industry.