MORROW — A local entrepreneur and district attorney are slated to speak to students at Clayton State University’s fall 2019 commencement ceremonies on Dec. 6 and 7.
President and CEO of Atlanta-based Chime Solutions Inc. Mark A. Wilson will speak to graduates in the College of Health, College of Business and College of Information and Mathematical Sciences at 9 a.m. on Dec. 7.
Wilson is a 25-year veteran in the business information services industry and has held senior level sales and operations management positions with companies such as D&B, ABF Freight Systems and Whirlpool Corporation.
Tasha Mosley, district attorney for the Clayton County Judicial District, is scheduled to speak to students in the College of Arts and Sciences at noon on Dec. 7.
Prior to her appointment by Gov. Brian Kemp, Mosley served as solicitor general in the State Court of the Clayton County Judicial Circuit beginning in 2009 until 2019, representing over 259,000 citizens to prosecute misdemeanor crimes, including domestic violence offenses, driving under the influence and theft, while leading an office of 38 attorneys, investigators, victim advocates, legal assistants and legal secretaries.
Dr. Peter Fitzpatrick, retired Clayton State University professor and former head of the department of health care management, will speak to students at the graduate ceremony at 6 p.m. on Dec. 6.