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Henry County Chamber of Commerce Community Dialogue
LGBTQ History Month provides role models, builds community, and makes the civil rights statement about the LGBTQ community members' extraordinary national and international contributions. Join us as Community Dialogue enters the conversation to highlight achievements and successes made by members of LGBTQ leadership in Henry County business and community.

Oct 25, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Justin H. Brown Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty @Mercer University
Justin S. Brown currently serves in the role of center coordinator at Mercer University for the Douglas County Regional Academic Center where he facilitates student success, provides academic support to faculty and staff and engages in community outreach. Justin also teaches regularly, including online courses in communications law for the University of Florida, digital media & analytics for Mercer and a face-to-face course in Internet law for Georgia Tech. Justin also serves on Mercer’s Diversity, Inclusion & Equity committee. Beyond engaging in student learning, Justin has demonstrated expertise in digital technology and policy issues including broadband deployment, network neutrality and data privacy. Justin served as the 2015-16 MCI Communications Congressional Fellow, working in the office of Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) to help support his role as ranking minority member of the Communications, Technology, Innovation and the Internet subcommittee.
Pam Bettis
Solicitor General @Henry County
Pam Bettis is currently serving as your Solicitor General for Henry County. She is Henry County's first female Solicitor General. Pam is originally from Clayton County and a graduate of Morrow High School. Pam began her career with Henry County in 1990, as a Deputy Sheriff under Donald Chafin. She continued her law enforcement career with Henry County Police Department serving as a patrol officer, narcotics agent, detective and only female on the SWAT team. Pam served as a police officer for 15 years until completing law school while policing full time with Clayton State University Police Department. During her tenure as a police officer she attended Georgia Military College (receiving an Associates in Criminal Justice), Georgia State University ( receiving both a Bachelors and a Masters in Criminal Justice), and then Emory University School of Law (attaining a Juris Doctorate in Law). After graduating law school, Pam came home to Henry again as an Assistant Solicitor General.