Michael Meyers

Mike Meyers is a public relations and community relations leader as well as a church pastor. He is known as a calm and decisive leader, who can communicate and deliver. As a former government information officer with 20 years in public service, Meyers is known as a servant leader who uses storytelling, consistency and big picture examples to connect audiences. He states that his mission is to inspire pride, engagement, and advocacy for “the least of these.” Mike believes that “He who manages the information - manages the future.”
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Opinion: It’s a Clean Audit

Let me start by congratulating the City of Augusta for another outstanding audit. I was informed this makes six straight years of impeccable financial status. The City...

Michael Meyers: Great Expectations

Let me start out by saying I received the kindest and sweetest note from Sylvia Cooper. She told me she heard me on The Augusta Press...

Opinion: Power Moves

I am starting this column off by highlighting one of the smartest political plays I have seen all year, which is Commissioner John Clarke nominating former...

Opinion: Michael Meyers on Recent Editorial, Mayoral Race

Earlier this week, The Augusta Press ran an editorial that some said was a swipe at our black elected officials.  It was full of condemnation that...

Opinion: A Tale of Two Cities

In Augusta, we have two citizenries: one that seems satisfied with the status quo and the other that is up in arms with pretty much...

Opinion: This is the Last Stop

In Sunday’s column, Sylvia Cooper confirmed what I had announced a couple of months ago that Marion Williams has decided to throw his name in...

Opinion: Something to Celebrate

I know it can become easy to kick people when they're down. In light of that, I feel the need to celebrate some accomplishments and...

Opinion: Why Even Take the Job?

With all the fireworks (no pun intended) going on, the city is in an uproar over the fire chief selection. We all should take a...

Opinion: What is a Hero?

Our community has endured so much tragedy over the past few weeks. Shootings, vehicle accidents and drownings have become, for lack of a better term,...

Opinion: He Talked To Me…

The state and soundness of our city, the future of Augusta, economic and business development and the future plans - were all part of the...

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