Alienating his elitist family and fiance, Haile Gamiel Thompson is once again determined to interrupt his career goals by taking a break from medical school. In his attempt to transition into his new role, Haile takes on a new job at the Olmstead Project to write the history of the famous Olmstead University. Exceeding ordinary expectations, Hailes job at the Olmstead Project allows him to make a life-long friend, say good-bye to his best friend, uncover a mystery that extends internationally and struggle to preserve the legacy of Olmstead.
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About the Author
After graduating as Valedictorian of the historic Academy Street High School in Troy, Alabama, the author received a scholarship to Alabama State University (ASU). She was inducted into Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and received a Ford Foundation Fellowship from Atlanta University, presently Clark Atlanta. She received the Outstanding Student Award, the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Political Science.
Professional achievements include British Broadcasting Company interviewee, Voting Rights participant, Fulbright and Oxford Scholar, listing in the 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st. Century, member of the Alabama Political Science Association’s Executive Board, National Conference of Black Political Scientists and Mount Gillard Missionary Baptist Church, organizer and advisor to ASU’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society until retirement.