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Amir Windom talks to students about flexing purpose, not power. Photo by Kelley Canaday.

Award-winning music executive speaks to WCU students

Students gathered in the University Center Grand Room on Thursday, April 10, to hear Grammy winner and A&R Music Executive of the Year, Amir Windom, deliver a powerful message. “Be more than successful; be significant….Because success is tangible, but significance creates a legacy.” He was the keynote speaker for Black Awareness Week at WCU.

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