Past Speakers

June 14, 2018–Amanda Solley / Executive Director, Alabama Contemporary Art Center

Our speaker today: Amanda Solley Wilson –Alabama Contemporary Art Center Amanda Solley Wilson is the Executive Director of the Alabama Contemporary Art Center. She joined the center in 2013 as an Art Instructor before being named Education Coordinator. In February of 2018 the board named her Executive Director. Ms. Wilson received her BA in Fine Arts from the University of

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June 7, 2018–Tommy Fulton / “Visions of Life from the Wheel of an Uber Driver”

Tommy Fulton is the Development Director for the Little Sisters of the Poor here in Mobile, Alabama. This full-time career is enough to keep anyone busy. However, it is his “part-time” venture that he will be discussing at this week’s Rotary meeting. During his spare time, Tommy drives for Uber. This venture has generated a fascinating view of humanity and

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May 31, 2018–Chris Curry / Executive Director, Mobile Regional Airport

The Rotary Club of Mobile: Speaker for May 31: Chris Curry In October of 2017 Chris Curry was named Executive Director of the Mobile Airport Authority. He has 35 years of experience and has served in an executive capacity at three airports including the Tallahassee International Airport. During his tenure in Tallahassee he made substantial improvements to the facility and

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May 17, 2018–Graduate Day / Dr. Mark Foley

Mark Foley, PhD. Dr. Mark Foley is an active Christian speaker, teacher, and consultant in the arena of spiritual development. He is an organizational consultant with focus upon guiding organizations to effective purpose-driven presence in changing environments; incorporation of faith principles with strategy and operations; and establishing a culture of mission effectiveness in organizational systems. Dr. Foley served as president

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Apr. 12, 2018–Cart Blackwell – Director, Mobile Carnival Museum

Cartledge Weeden Blackwell, III – “Cart” Cartledge Weeden Blackwell, III, is the curator of the Mobile Carnival Museum Blackwell was born in Selma, Alabama. He obtained undergraduate degrees in art history and historic preservation from the College of Charleston He received his MA in Architectural History from the University’s School of Architecture in 2008. His scholarly focus is the art