***Coming This November: US Black Engineer magazine's 2008 Diversity edition will spotlight the careers of some of the most prominent blacks in Information Technology in Q&A profiles.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Grady Wells: The Man Who Believed in Power of Communications

The business market has taken a global shape these days and everyone is contributing towards its growth and development including the blacks. Over so many years, blacks have been occupying a prominent share in the global economy and striving to increase it for fulfilling their dreams and aspirations.

Amongst other black contributors, the name of Grady Wells has been taken with pride and respect. Wells was a novelist, editor, and radio producer. He served as the editor of a variety of local and national print publications for many years. However, his contribution to “Wine Tour of the Finger Lakes” is quite worthy and well-known. Being acted as an inspiration in journalism, Wells researched a lot on wines and written extensively on the art of wine tasting. At the age of 60, Wells passed away on April 4, 2008. His endeavors will always be remembered with honor.

The new Black entrepreneurs are educated, skilled and possess all entrepreneurial qualities and abilities required to create a landmark, not only for themselves, but also for the Black community as a whole.