15 Years After 9/11/2001

I want to take a brief moment to acknowledge this day.

I have written about it in the past but as always…especially as time passes on, that moment is forever etched in history and as hard and tragic that day was for many who want to forget, it’s important to not forget those who are no longer here and express love and support to their families.

This past July, my fiancée and I had the opportunity to visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City.

The visit was somber but while we were there, we made sure to take a moment to stop at three panels to honour 3 individuals: read more

Remembering Mr. Harry Glenn and Mr. Brian Kinney on 9/11

When I had my old WordPress site, I had written about these two gentlemen below.

Since I no longer have that database and blog-post, it seems fitting once again that on the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 that I write about Harry Glenn and Brian Kinney.

Although I have never had the pleasure of meeting these two, I am connected to them in two ways:

Harry Glenn, was an alum of N.C. Central University, my alma mater. Glenn, 38, a 1983 NCCU graduate, was on the 97th floor of Tower One, ready to start his workday at Marsh & McLennan, a global professional services firm, where he was Assistant Vice President of Global Technology. read more