Honorable Katie Hall’s alma mater visited by foundation leaders

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THE KATIE HALL EDUCATION FOUNDATION Board Members recently visited the Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU), to present the 2017 Co-Merit of Distinction Award to the school. MVSU staff members pictured from left to right are: Dameon Shaw, Interim Vice President of University Advancement; Jannette Adams, Senior Development Officer/Grant Administrator; Latacha Davis - Jackson, Manager of Alumni Affairs; and Kendall Tanner, Director of Development.

Junifer Hall, JD, MPA, MBA, Chairman and CEO, along with Attorney John Henry Hall, Ed.D., LL.M., General Counsel and Cha-plain, both of the Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc. had the distinct honor to visit the campus of Mississippi Valley State University, Itta Bena, Mississippi on Monday, June 19, 2017, to discuss proposed upcoming projects regarding its most famous graduate, The Honorable Katie Beatrice Green Hall. U.S. Representative Hall (D-IN), authored and sponsored House of Representatives Bill, H.R. 3706, commonly known as the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Law (1983). Today, the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is observed annually by millions of Americans, in some form, in more than 100 countries around the world.

Mrs. Hall was a 1960 graduate of Mississippi Vocational College aka Mississippi Valley State University.

While on campus, the Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc. board members were well received by the incoming President of the University – Dr. Jerryl Briggs, Sr., in the Office of the President.

The Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc. presented Mississippi Valley State University with its 2017 Co-Merit of Distinction Award, along with Beverly Hills trial attorney, Carl E. Douglas on Saturday, April 8, 2017, in Gary, Indiana.

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