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Carl Bernard Mack

Carl MackCarl Mack is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. In January 2003, Carl took office as President of the Seattle Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Previously he served as 1st Vice President for 2001 and 2002, chairing the Labor and Industries Committee and battling local corporations who foster unfair and disparate treatment towards minority employees.

Carl is an engineer with METRO - King County and coordinates the county's Minority Engineering Internship Program. Carl believes that, "In order for African-Americans to feel a sense of belonging in America, we need to know about the significant contributions we have made to the culture and development of the United States." As a noted historian, author, and speaker, Carl has been featured on television, on the radio, and in newspaper reports around the country.

His dynamic and passionate lectures on Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History engage audiences of every age, gender, race, and ethnicity. He also spends time teaching children, traveling to prisons, and speaking at various companies about Black History. Carl has received numerous awards for his involvement in the community and his humanitarian efforts. Carl and his wife, Jamiyo, reside in Federal Way, WA with their one month-old son Joshua


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