GrandRally Emcee

Award-winning Washington Post columnist
Michelle Singletary, a member of Generations United’s National Center on Grandfamilies Council, often cites “Big Mama,” her grandmother who raised her, in her nationally-syndicated column, “The Color of Money.”

GrandRally Dinner Speaker

Michael Morris, a fifth-generation native of Perry, Florida, pulls from his southern roots for the stories and novels he writes. His second novel is Slow Way Home, a story about an 8-year-old whose grandparents provide a safe and loving place for him when his mom abandoned him. The novel was nationally ranked as one of the top three recommended books by the American booksellers Association.

The Dinner and GrandRally Performer

For over a decade SaulPaul has earned an international reputation as a “Musician with a Message” who can entertain and educate any audience. He has collaborated with artists from around the world and has also been featured on MTV, LA TIMES, ESPN Radio and countless other media outlets.