Past Speakers

Sept. 26, 2019–Glenda Snodgrass / President & Lead Consultant, The Net Effect “Cyber Security is not an IT Problem”

As President and lead consultant at The Net Effect, Glenda R. Snodgrass is primarily engaged in cyber security training, threat analysis and mitigation for commercial, non­profit and governmental organizations. A frequent contributor to multiple online publications, she also provides expert witness testimony in technology ­related court cases. Currently President of Gulf Coast Industrial Security Awareness Council, Vice Chair of Mobile

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Sept. 19, 2019–Scott Speck / Director, Mobile Symphony “Upcoming Symphony Season”

Scott Speck joined the Mobile Symphony in 2000 as its first full-time music director and is now in his 19th season. Under his leadership, the orchestra has grown to become one of the central Gulf Coast’s most outstanding performing arts organizations. A masterful conductor with a wide-ranging knowledge of repertoire, deep experience in programming, and a terrific sense of what

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Sept. 5, 2019–Mike Rogers / President, Rogers and Willard “Development of St. Louis Street”

Michael C. Rogers, Jr. President Rogers & Willard, Inc. Mike has lived most of his life in Mobile. He attended McGill-Toolen High School and received a degree in Building Science from Auburn University in 1987. In 1989, after starting his career in construction in Nashville, he returned to Mobile and co-founded Rogers & Willard, Inc… Since beginning his career, Mike

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Aug. 29, 2019–Dr. E. Gaylon McCullough, Author / Plastic Surgeon

Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough is a globally recognized facial surgeon, teacher, philanthropist, and author. In a feature article, the international publication, Cosmetic Surgery Times called him a “Renaissance Man.” He is an experienced interviewee on regional, national, and international television and radio productions. To view a sampling of Dr. McCollough’s appearances (and previous books he has written), visit www.mccolloughplasticsurgery.com and

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Aug. 22, 2019–Tommy Fulton, Perspective on Diversity

Tommy Fulton is the Development Director for the Little Sisters of the Poor here in Mobile, Alabama. He has been a member of the Rotary Club of Mobile since 2015. He has spoken to this club several times on such topics as Volunteerism, Living the Stories of Your Life and The View of Life from an Uber Driver’s Perspective. Tommy

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Aug. 15, 2019–Annette George / United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Annette George is the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Lead Systemic Investigator for the Birmingham District. Mrs. George Retired from the Air Force in 2007 after 22 and a half years of service. She has Bachelors degrees in Occupational Education and Criminal Justice. She also has a Masters degree in Administration of Criminal Justice. She is married to Robert

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Aug. 1, 2019–Michael Pierce, Mobile Housing Board

MICHAEL PIERCE Michael E. Pierce is a 1991 graduate of Tulane University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. While at Tulane, he excelled as a student athlete becoming Tulane’s All Purpose Yardage Leader and Pre-Season Street & Smith All-American candidate in 1989 after having graduated from Murphy High School in Mobile Alabama as the All-Time