Supporting the Atlanta Boy Choir
A managing director of wealth management and a private wealth advisor with Merrill Lynch in Atlanta, Rod Westmoreland earned his bachelor of science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Rod Westmoreland is a committed supporter of local arts programs, including the Atlanta Boy Choir.
Established in 1959 by Fletcher Wolfe and open to boys between six and 13 years of age, the Atlanta Boy Choir has given a variety of notable performances throughout the years, including at the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter and in appearances at the Vatican in Rome. Recognized as one of the most widely known trademarks to originate in Atlanta, the choir counts Morris Robinson and Justin Guarini among its alumni.
To ensure that boys who wish to participate in the Atlanta Boy Choir are never held back by their financial or family situations, the organization offers full scholarships for those in need. Supported by donations, the scholarships cover tuition and the costs of the choir’s annual international tour. Interested parties may also support the renovation efforts at the Atlanta Boy Choir Home, the learning and cultural center of the organization.