Do Right Men 2007: Paul Judge

Paul Judge HOME BASE: Atlanta PROFESSION: Entrepreneur DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta's Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don't involve "a microphone or a basketball."
ESSENCE.COM Aug, 29, 2008

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HOME BASE: Atlanta
PROFESSION: Entrepreneur
DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta’s Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don’t involve “a microphone or a basketball.”

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HOME BASE: Atlanta
PROFESSION: Entrepreneur
DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta’s Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don’t involve “a microphone or a basketball.”

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HOME BASE: Atlanta
PROFESSION: Entrepreneur
DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta’s Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don’t involve “a microphone or a basketball.”

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HOME BASE: Atlanta
PROFESSION: Entrepreneur
DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta’s Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don’t involve “a microphone or a basketball.”

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HOME BASE: Atlanta
PROFESSION: Entrepreneur
DOING RIGHT: As chief technology officer for Atlanta’s Secure Computing Corp., Judge wants our young people to have a secure world with many possibilities. He visits elementary schools throughout Atlanta, speaking to kids in grades two to four about pursuing paths to success that don’t involve “a microphone or a basketball.”