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President’s Column – 4/2024

Happy Spring Season and March Madness!!

I hope that this April Edition of our FBICAAA Newsletter finds all of you well and in good health!!!

As we move towards the end of the first Quarter of 2024, please be mindful that we are still focusing on participating in Quarterly Activities that will help keep us engaged in the community. If you have not done so already, please be sure and mark your calendars for the 2024 Birmingham Civil Rights Conference taking place April 15th and 16th at the Historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. We have been asked by our local FBI Birmingham Division to assist in hosting this event so please let us know if you are available to volunteer either day by registering under FBICAAA at https://www.bcri.org/event/civilrightscon2024 .

Our One-On-One Meeting with SAC Carlton Peeples took place on March 11th at FBI Headquarters. It was a good opportunity for both the SAC and Board Members to conduct a candid conversation about our role and more importantly our partnership efforts with the local FBI. Many comments, recommendations and perspectives came out as a result of the gathering which will be shared once we have compiled various notes taken by those in attendance.

The first day for the FBICAAA Huntsville Class was held on Tuesday, March 26th at 6:00 , hosted by our Huntsville Chapter. Good luck to this new group!

Also keep in mind our fellow board members, some who are still dealing with various health challenges as well as others who are experiencing new health concerns at this time. Compassion for our fellow man is important and I think we can all appreciate it if someone shows kindness, caring and a willingness to help others, especially members of this notable organization.

In closing, I’d like to take a moment  of personal privilege to SAY THANKS TO EACH OF YOU for your hard work, dedication and support in making this organization meaningful for others. Your commitment has not gone unnoticed and I am appreciative for all who continue to support me during this term. Of note, there will be some additional changes that will be shared with all at a later date so stay tuned for updates.

Best regards,


            The FBI Birmingham Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBIBCAAA) is a nonprofit organization separate and apart from the FBI.

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