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Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms shares inspiring words at ‘Sisters With Superpowers’ event

Steed Media CEO Munson Steed and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (Photo credit: Steed Media)

On March 26, 2019, rolling out presented the “Sisters with Superpowers” awards reception at Atlanta City Hall.

The 12th annual event honored Atlanta-area women who are making an impact in business, technology, law and culture. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms served as the keynote speaker of the event, which was hosted by radio personality and rolling out editor-at-large Rashad Richey.

Bottoms, who appears on the cover of the latest issue of rolling out, congratulated the honorees during her keynote speech.

“I’m just honored to be included with such an amazing group of women,” Bottoms said. “A part of my superpower comes from my husband Derek Bottoms, who is here. I’m grateful to have him as my husband. This magazine cover just blew me away today. The photo was actually taken after the campaign.

“There was an incredible team who helped to put this together. I want to thank you all for being here, and congratulations to you and to all of the honorees. I’m honored to be amongst such a spectacular group of women.”

Munson Steed (l-r), recipient Susan Ross, event host Rashad Richey at “Sisters with Superpowers” awards reception on March 26, 2019, in Atlanta. (Photo credit: Steed Media)

Along with Bottoms, other honorees included Anita Allgood (Invest Atlanta); Destiny Inspire (empowerment speaker); Dr. Natalie Hernandez (Morehouse School of Medicine); Erika Smith (Invest Atlanta); Jasmine Crowe (Goodr Inc.); Kathy Adams (Delta Air Lines); KC Mills (author); Lerae Funderburg, Esq. (attorney); Maria More (Radio One personality and fitness instructor); Michelle Willis (MTW Enterprises); Nicole Roebuck (AID Atlanta); Pinky Cole (Slutty Vegan ATL); Praise Jackson (Elements of Delight); Ramona DeBreaux (CBS Radio/V-103); Sabreen Shabazz-Straker (Threepeat Teach Productions); Shante Bacon (One/35 Agency); and Sheoyki Jones (Invest Atlanta); Tracy Nicole (fashion designer); Elle Michell (life coach).

The Social Justice Award, sponsored by STX Films and the new film The Best of Enemies, was presented to Dazon Dixon (SisterLove Inc.) and Susan Ross (photographer and historian).