In the News
The 2018 Odyssey Brunch
My Buckhead Magazine recently featured Odyssey’s 2018 Brunch success. Check out the highlights below:
Record funds were raised for Odyssey Atlanta’s mission to expand the ambitions of Atlanta students and empower them toward higher learning. Thanks to this fundraiser, students (grades one through 12) from economically disadvantaged communities will take part in a six-week summer Project-Based Learning program at The Westminster Schools.
Brunch 2018 Photos
Sne Patel, Veronica Morissette, Swati Patel, Trameka Bettis
President of The Westminster Schools Keith Evans, Abdul Adem, 2018 Odyssey Scholar Award Honoree Reem Adem, Hikmet Adem, Odyssey Executive Director Jeff Cohen
**Photos by Ben Rose/BenRosePhotography.com
Odyssey Brunch in Southern Seasons Magazine
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We invite you to learn more about Odyssey’s accomplishments and impact through our annual report and SMART Objectives Analysis.