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2024 Power Breakfast

May 3, 2024

8:00 am

Michael and Thalia Carlos Ballroom Savanna Hall, Zoo Atlanta 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta GA 30315

Celebrate 20 Years of Empowerment with us at our annual Power Breakfast!

Did you know that our first Power Breakfast was held in 2004?  Power Breakfast is GALEO’s annual networking event, where we celebrate Latino empowerment in the great state of Georgia. This event has been a beacon of inspiration, collaboration, and transformation for Latino entrepreneurs, professionals, and visionaries. We are bringing together a vibrant community of trailblazers, innovators, and change-makers.  GALEO’s Power Breakfast is more than just an event; it catalyzes meaningful relationships and powerful connections.

2024 is an important year for our country. Our voices matter, and our ballots hold the power to shape the future of the United States.  We constitute a diverse and dynamic community, representing cultures, languages, and traditions from all over the continent. When we unite at the polls, we amplify our collective strength. Our ballots can advocate for policies that reflect our values and needs.

We turned the tide last election season! Let’s continue this momentum. By voting, we contribute to a more inclusive and equitable country.Your participation at our 2024 Power Breakfast, whether as an attendee or a sponsor, is not just a contribution; it’s a powerful statement of support for initiatives that Latino communities have.

Save the date! May 3, 2024, at Zoo Atlanta, Savanna Hall, Michael and Thalia Carlos Ballroom, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315


Keynote Speaker Announcement!

We are trilled to announce that Phil Olaleye,  State Representative, will join GALEO as the Keynote Speaker for the 2024 Power Breakfast. 

Phil is the Executive Director of Next Generation Men & Women, an education non-profit that helps level the playing field for Atlanta youth by providing exposure to college and career options, mentorship and support, to help students discover their full potential after high school. Before that, Phil served as the Director of Performance Management at WorkSource Atlanta and as a U.S. Peace Corps Children, Youth, and Family Volunteer in the Philippines.

Phil graduated from Duke University in 2007 and received a masters in public policy from Harvard Kennedy School of Government in 2014. Raised in Stone Mountain, Phil is a proud DeKalb County Schools graduate. Phil is married to Sabrina Gómez-Olaleye and they live in the historic Summerhill neighborhood with their two sons, August and Antony.

They are already on board as sponsors! Join them and support our event!

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