Paula Madison visited our Grade 6 to 10 students and shared with us her life story and how she achieved success by being different. Paula is the Chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management LLC and 88 Madison Media Works Inc, as well as having previously worked for NBC Universal and GE. She was named one of the "75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America" by Black Enterprise Magazine in 2005, among many other accomplishments and awards.
One remarkable experience she shared was her documentary, Finding Samuel Lowe. It is a touching story of her search for her Chinese grandfather's descendants in China and was an incredible journey that crossed borders, languages, and cultures.
As an international school with a diverse community, we celebrate our differences, making Paula's visit particularly meaningful. Her dual citizenship of the United States and Jamaica, along with her compelling story of reconnecting with her Chinese heritage, resonated with our students who come from multicultural backgrounds or have experienced living in various countries.
Paula's ability to captivate her audience left everyone amazed and inspired. In her parting message, she emphasized how being different can be an advantage and encouraged our students to open their minds, be attentive listeners, and strive to become global citizens.
About the AISG Annual Fund
AISG's Annual Fund Speaker Series brings fascinating people with their captivating stories into our school to inspire, enlighten and transform learning for sections of our students. The speakers are invited to AISG from all over the world and share their experiences.
Made possible through generous donations from our AISG community, we are excited to bring these extraordinary speakers and look forward to the many more who will come to touch the minds and hearts of the members of the AISG Community.