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Jude Creamer
Manager, Global Accounts
HelmsBriscoe
Member since: 2016

March 2017

  Jeff Holland
Vice President of Sales
Monalto Corporate Events
Member since: February 2014
   

Jeff is dedicated hard-worker and gets things done. He serves as MPI Georgia’s Membership Activation Committee Chair and is Vice President of Sales at Monalto Corporate Events.  For about a year now, when a chapter member expresses an interest in actively serving on a committee, he goes to work learning about that person and determining which committee might best suit their skills and interaction style.

In his role at Monalto Corporate Events, Jeff not only makes client connections and develops new corporate travel events for sales meetings, incentives, and entertainment; he jumps in and helps the operations team make sure all goes well for onsite program execution as well. He finds there is a feeling of accomplishment in seeing an event to conclusion. There’s an intangible reward in witnessing his clients’ reactions to his team’s work.     

Jeff is willing to do whatever it takes to solidify his connections and do everything to its fullest, including seizing an opportunity years ago, before his two and four-year-old children came along. Unbeknownst to Jeff, on a small corporate event, the principals brought their children along to the event; and then decided they wanted to get away on an excursion. Jeff found himself in the role of “Manny” for the afternoon – with no previous experience watching young ones. A good example of his not in my job description but I’ll tackle it anyway attitude.  

Jeff lives in Roswell with his wife, Anne, and their two children. His babysitting adventure in paradise was prior to becoming a father. 


February 2017

Lesli Castaneda, CMP
Senior Meeting & Event Manager
Cox Enterprises
Member since: 2004

Ever tenacious Senior Meeting & Event Planner, Lesli Castaneda, CMP with Cox Enterprises, would tell you that getting even the smallest details done on any one of the various programs she manages provide her with a sense of accomplishment. Earning her CMP designation, Lesli says, might be her biggest. So, receiving a “thank you” e-mail from the students she mentors on the CMP Study Group Committee after they’ve passed the big exam provides her with a full heart knowing that she has really contributed in a big way. She has also previously served on the Board of Directors of MPI Georgia, Education Committee. These are probably a few of the many reasons she was the 2016 recipient of the Hayward C. Cox, Jr. CMP Continuing Quality Award

Lesli joined our chapter in 2004, one year after getting her foot in the door at Cox Enterprises. In the past 14 years she has served in many capacities handling groups of all sizes and scopes: executive board meetings, incentives, large scale meetings, etc. She clearly loves what she does (arriving at her office by 7:00 a.m. daily) but if she could eliminate one element from her job profile, it would be gathering her attendees’ transportation details.

What transports Lesli to her “happy place?”

That would be her high-school sweetheart husband, their beautiful 10-year-old daughter, Maggiano’s “Rigatoni D”, and the beach. 

 


January 2017

  Submitted by:
Megan Perks, CMP, CMM
Independent Planner
Palm House Group
Member since: 2003

January 2017


  Karyn Evans, CMP, CMM, SMMC
Sponsoships, Meetings & Events
Allianz Life Insurance Company of NA
MPI Member since: 1996
MPI Georgia Member since: 2004
   

Karyn has been working for Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota since November 2000. Her role upon being hired at Allianz was to create a centralized meetings team – building the department from the bottom up in which all meetings and events were contracted, sourced, and managed internally by a team of ten. During the early years, the team planned as many as 1200 meetings a year.

An industry pioneer, Karyn created a strategic meetings management platform in 2000 in order to capture meeting data and spend. She remained in this role until 2004, when her family relocated to the greater Atlanta area and she began working remotely as a manager. 

 A rather unique attribute that remains today is this centralized team operates as part of an overall internal “ad agency” working in unison with creative, branding and media production counterparts within Allianz. The primary focus of the meetings and events planned by her direct reports is on incentive programs, board meetings, producer and employee events.

Karyn has been a member of MPI for 20 years and a member of MPI Georgia since 2004. She appreciates the value that MPI, as well as the Georgia Chapter, has to offer fellow meeting planners. A natural mentor herself, she is always open to help others learn more about our exciting industry.

Karyn is one of three global planners to have achieved the CMP, CMM, and SMMC designations collectively. 

 She has been featured on the cover of several industry magazines over the years including Financial & Insurance Meetings, Meetings and Conventions Magazine, and Insurance and Conference Planners. In her personal time, Karyn focuses on family, community service, baking, and staying healthy.

  


December 2016

Reflections from the 1990s… Importance of culture in the workplace and our organizations.

The 1996 Summer Olympics brought a flock of young professionals in the hospitality industry to Atlanta. I transferred with a hotel group headquartered in Texas with two dozen colleagues. We were placed at seven different properties, and I was not one of the fortunate ones assigned to the Perimeter area which had two, newly renovated, mid-tier hotels. This was referred to as a businessman’s hotel; a prelude to the limited services concept. We were thrilled to come aboard accepting junior roles in sales, catering, and food & beverage, with promise of invaluable experience and swift advancement.

Boy, did they get their monies worth out of the new recruits. I was assigned to an airport hotel as a Conference Services Manager. Driving from Marietta on I-285 thru the downtown corridor to Virginia Avenue was not what I had in mind as a glamorous job in the capital of the South. As the “conference services chick,” I was quickly introduced to the SMERF (social, military, educational, religious, fraternal) market and selling a variety of a chicken banquet entrees for under $30.00 per person. If that seems intriguing – a gallon of coffee probably costed the same. Quite a difference from the catering prices we see today. 

But here’s the kicker… the Internet, Flip Phones, and Data Projectors were just being introduced at this time. Many of us used pagers. You submitted your Sales Contracts and Banquet Event Orders to the Office Manager to be typed. I even came across some contracts in the client files with carbon paper. This leads me to believe there was not a copier in the office. It was common practice to mail the documents because you weren’t allowed to tie up the fax machine for 20-minutes. And yet another sophisticated planning tool was the infamous function room diary. If you haven’t had your hand slapped or been “written up” for changing the diary – consider yourself lucky. 

What does this walk down memory lane have to do with corporate culture?

To this day, I can probably recite at least half of the core values imparted to us by the executive team which I learned at my first hotel job. The posters hung in the cafeteria, we discussed one topic each day in our pre-shift meetings, and sometimes you were stopped by a manager and asked on the spot, “Name three core values.” If you answered correctly you may have received early dismissal on a Friday or a coupon for the Ice Cream Shoppe.

Why did this company make the investment to transfer so many associates from Texas when there was a talented, experienced workforce in Atlanta?

  • To demonstrate the core values in action
  • To share the customer-centric philosophy
  • To instill the corporate culture

How does this story relate to do with MPI Georgia?

Our leaders and longtime members have developed, nurtured, and enriched our chapter’s admirable culture throughout the years. If you read the tributes to the former Chapter Presidents (see below) in last month’s edition, there are many common threads such as mentoring, business and job referrals, community service, celebration, and motivation.

MPI Georgia members are recognized in many personal, memorable ways such as our monthly programs and special events, the Quarterly Shining Star Award, the Annual Phoenix Awards, Membership and Educational Grants, and right here in the monthly newsletter.

Be a part of the MPI Georgia culture by recognizing a fellow member.

  • Invite to join a committee
  • Encourage to be a table host
  • Suggest to be featured in the newsletter: Member Showcase, Grapevine, New Member or Student Profile
  • Recommend for a volunteer or leadership position
  • Nominate for an award

In closing, we all have stories about first jobs, worst jobs, audio visual glitches, and crazy Manager on Duty (MOD) shifts. These tales are fun to divulge when getting to know someone at an industry event or reminiscing about the good old days. Here’s one thing from that job in the dingy, airport hotel I’ll never forget; and it doesn’t have to do with the working on weekends or negotiating with your fellow catering managers to secure meeting rooms with windows. My best takeaway? I met my husband. 

 


 

November 2016

Last month in the Leadership Corner, Eileen Roehl mentioned a great tool for networking which was to do a bit of research before an event to aid in your networking opportunities. Well, consider the next few pages your “little black book” of great conversation starters with the Past Presidents’ who shaped our “GaMPI” chapter we now refer to as MPI Georgia.

Before we toast (or roast) this impressive group of industry leaders, I’d like to share just how strong MPI connections can be. I personally know each President starting with Carrie Hurd, CMP, and a few more leaders from the 90s. In fact, I have worked for three of our Past Presidents, conducted business with others, and consider several mentors and close friends. 

Let’s start at the top…

  • Connie  spearheads our CMP Study Groups
  • Leigh Ann and Meredith shared their journey with stylish, maternity clothing 
  • Lance will get you in touch with the right Starwood contact in any corner of the globe within 90 minutes
  • Brenda never tires of providing information on the Nashville Honky Tonk Tour
  • Jeff and Larry can make a recommendation faster than you can share a name or company
  • Candace will have you working with a committee… even if you never said YES
  • Mike knows how to get a laugh and smile from anyone
  • and Annie will red-line your executive briefs (more about this later) while leading a conference call

There are so many stories to tell about the “Who’s Who” in our industry, and that’s why we’ve recruited more than (20) members to share their memories and appreciation of our past leaders. 

For our newer members and future chapter leaders, I sincerely encourage you to consider Eileen’s advice: Be Intentional with Your Networking, Surround Yourself with Like-Minded Peers, and Get Involved with MPI Georgia.

Happy Reading, 


Appreciation

That is the word that first comes to mind when I think of our past leaders. Not just for their countless hours of service to our chapter, but for the legacy of passion and professionalism that they launched early in their membership. And I am constantly amazed to see the impact their actions still have today. I hope you enjoy these fond recollections.

Eileen Roehl, CMP – Murfee Meetings Group
MPI Georgia 2016-2017 President


 

We Appreciate the Presidents’ who have served MPI Georgia


1991 –Connie Bergeron, CMP
The term “legend” should not be used casually, but in Connie’s case it’s most appropriate. Her commitment to the industry and to professionals, new and seasoned, is unsurpassed. Connie’s list of accomplishments requires a power stapler to hold it together. More people can say they knew about a training opportunity, got a job interview, picked up networking skills, or joined a committee because she reached out to them. And it’s 24/7/365. If your phone chimes with a new e-mail at three in the morning… chances are really good that it’s Connie.

Gregg Lauer, CMP –Equifax

1992 –Ricky Steele

I attended my first educational program in February of 1990. Believe it or not, there was an open bar… at lunch! Ricky was our President and I remember getting the warmest greeting and massive handshake. We realized many years later that he knew my father from when he was President of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. We are fortunate to have found our place in the hospitality industry.

Kathi Kelly – KSL Resorts


1993 –Lorraine Powell

Lorraine will live in our hearts forever. My personal life had taken a sad turn and I was floundering around trying to decide – stay in Atlanta or head out. Then Lorraine and Susie Beadle came to our office and suggested I attend a chapter social event, and I was hooked. That was in the late 80s... and the passion for the industry and making new friends was like fireworks that have not burned out.

Paulette Hopkins – The Hopkins Alliance

1994 –Lodi Palmer, CMP

Lodi was one of the first “true” meeting professionals that I encountered in my career.At the time in the mid-80s, she was the meetings and travel planner for American Software headquartered in Buckhead, and one of my largest clients when we opened The Ritz-Carlton.I was always in awe of her energy, enthusiasm, and ability to juggle what seemed like hundreds of consecutive meetings and events.She was one of the industry leaders who inspired me to forge ahead in this business.Though she relocated out of the Atlanta area and the industry, I think of her often and smile when I remember the meetings we pulled off together.

Ginny Izydore – Barnsley Resort

1995 –Susan Beadle

Susan, or as I have always known her, Suzy, was one of the first people I met when I came into this industry back in 1986. Yes, it is true. There wereopen bars and ashtrays on the tables at monthly luncheons. Do we miss those days?I was one of the "new guys" in the industry, and she was always quick with a smile and generous expressing positive thoughts. Suzy's leadership style set the tone for the comradery we enjoy today.

Russ LoPinto, CMP – ONstage

1996 –Patricia Hardy, CMP

When I think of Pat, I remember our long hours of working together on at least four Chapter of the Year submissions. We swapping out typing duties and composed content section by section. What a terrific friend and leader Pat has been to many. In 2000, she received theHayward C. Cox, Jr., CMP Continuing Quality Awardin recognition of her years as an MPI Georgia chapter volunteer. Pat has owned her own meeting planning company for more than 30 years. Her excellent listening skills and commitment to quality have made her a role model and mentor to countless young professionals. And her great laugh is a major asset as well.

Connie Bergeron, CMP –Site Selection Solutions

1997 –Robert Carr

Thank you for your contributions, Bob.

1998 –Vickie Slack

I have known Vickie for many years, and she has been in the hospitality industry as far back as I can remember. She is highly regarded in our industry, and has helped mold the MPI Georgia chapter from the beginning. I am fortunate to have worked with her along the way. Vickie is a good example of the kind of leader many in the hospitality industry strive to become.

Larry Greene – Greene Worldwide Transportation

1999 –Cynthia Askew Gomes, MBA, CHA, CMP

I think of Cynthia as a "steel magnolia." A strong, goal-oriented leader who is dedicated to seeing the chapter thrive, and communicates her vision in a charming, well-modulated, southern accent. Her passion for professional development is evident from her having earned an MBA in 2011. She passed the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) examinationtwice, after regretfully letting her first certification lapse when she relocated to North Carolina. Cynthia's calm and encouraging demeanor, and knowledge of the CMP process, are perfect attributes for supporting planners and suppliers in our chapter as they pursue their CMP designation. Cynthia is also an Adjunct Professor with DeVry University's hospitality management program.

Connie Bergeron, CMP –Site Selection Solutions


2000 –Carrie Hurd, CMP

What I remember most about Carrie was from my very first MPI Georgia meeting. I came from the Michigan MPI Board of Directors with meetings of about 50 attendees.On this day I encountered more than 200 people at the luncheon program held at Woodruff Arts Center and I knew not a sole. I approached Carrie after she spoke during the program and introduced myself. I told her I would love to get involved.Rather than steering me towards another board member or committee chair, she spent time talking to me. She had the biggest smile on her face and was so warm and welcoming.After she took time to ensure I felt welcome, she introduced me to Kenna Thomas, President Elect and a true “Southern Bell.” She in turn introduced me to Russ LoPinto for the Social Committee – go figure – and as they say, “the rest is history.”

Pamela Shepherd CIS, CHSC – USMotivation


2001 Barry Wolfert, CMP

I have had the pleasure of knowing Barry since he was a young management trainee fresh out of Cornell Hospitality School and working hard to get into our business at The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead. His career grew quickly and it was great to see him evolve and succeed. Barry shared his passion and chapter involvement, which I would call contagious. As President, he proudly led us through enormous growth. Barry has since developed a prosperous career in the real estate world; yet his smile, presence, enthusiasm, and friendship continues. He is remembered fondly in our MPI circles.

Ginny Izydore – Barnsley Resort


2002 –Kenna Thomas, CMP

Kenna’s energy and passion for MPI was contagious and she presided over her board working hard and listening to the members. Those were the days when membership was close to 1,000, if not more, and making such a large group feel engaged and connected was something she did extremely well.

Kenneth Jones – dynami group

I joined in the early 2000s and was always impressed with how much enthusiasm the board members brought to each and every event. Kenneth and Kenna we’re always perfect… the “Ken and Barbie” of MPI Georgia.

Hayley Burch, CMP – Young Harris College


2003 Kenneth Jones

What can you say about a man like Kenneth? He is a figurehead in the meetings and events industry in Atlanta and beyond: Founder and Managing Director of the dynami group, a father and husband to a beautiful family, and a leader to his team. But for me, he is one of the main reasons I chose the career I have today, and I will always look to him as a mentor. We are most fortunate Kenneth continues to be engaged in our organization, and I am lucky to have him as part of my story.

Ashley Izydore – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

2004 –Eddie Potter, CMP

Eddie was a savvy volunteer leader who understood that in order to survive as an organization, the MPI Georgia chapter needed to urgently increase its top-line revenue. The Meetings Exploration Conference (MEC), first held in 1999, grew to become a signature event branded as Eventeract that is now known as the Tech Summit. One of my fondest memories? When the world-famous Marching Ducks from The Peabody Memphis were flown to Atlanta by David Berkoski for the monthly educational program. Eddie was privileged to be Honorary Duck Master as the ducks entered on a red carpet to the tune of John Philip Sousa's King “Cotton March.”

Connie Bergeron, CMP –Site Selection Solutions


2005 –Michael Hall

We’ve had many themes over the past years, and what I remember about Michael is that he brought, “We Are Family,” back with a vengeance to promote networking, resources, and opportunities. Even though I lived in Athens and couldn’t attend all of the events, I truly felt part of that exciting family. My standout memory was the year-end Phoenix Awards at the newly opened InterContinental Buckhead. I was thrilled to be nominated for an award and even more so that my “work family,” consisting of my boss and a colleague, were there to support me. Michael was one of those to first greet us and to ensure we felt at home on that special evening.

Tim Barrett, CMP – Destination South Meetings & Events


2006 –Leigh Ann Waters

I joined MPI Georgia in 2005 almost immediately after starting my first full-time planning job. I remember thinking how much I admired everyone in the room. Here I was a total newbie in the business with limited experience to begin with – I was a bit in awe – and completely intimidated to speak with anyone. Back then we assigned older members to connect with new members to help show them the ropes and introduce them around. Without my mentor, I’d probably still be too star struck today to have found my way. Thank you, Leigh Ann, for fostering an environment to encourage everyone to take that first step working with others through committees and special events. It works.

Heather Herrig, CMP – Every Last Detail


2007 –Lance Hornecker, CMP, CMM

Lance is one of the MPI Georgia’s brightest stars.His many leadership positions, serving on the Board of Directors and as a Committee Chair, set a standard every volunteer hopes to live up to.His personality, wit, intelligence, and drive ensure peak performance and achievement.As a Past President, Lance has chaired multiple Phoenix Awards, helped co-create Eventeract, provided DJ services to liven up our events, and served as MC for countless programs.(You gotta love the interaction between Lance and Kate.) He creates volunteer experiences for chapter members to develop skills and gain confidence in their ability to succeed.Our chapter continues to thrive with Lance’s dynamic leadership.

Jeff Whitney –Event Transportation/Atlanta


2008 –Cynthia Alford, DCMP

Cynthia and I met over 28 years ago when she was with the Savannah Convention & Visitors Bureau and I was a newbie at the DeSoto Hilton Savannah. We have some interesting stories from that time which we will keep to ourselves for now. I have watched her grow through the years to become a successful business owner in this crazy hospitality industry.Happy to call Cynthia my friend, client, and colleague.

Carol Hall – Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center


2009 –Brenda Dempsey

Well, what can Inotsay about Brenda? She has poured her heart and soul into the hospitality industry and MPI Georgia.Brenda always has had a vision for where our chapter should be, and she participates in just about all of our special events. Brenda defines what volunteering is all about. Now that being said, she also is a fierce competitor when it comes to bidding on silent auction items. Our chapter would not be the same without Brenda as a longtime member. Thank you for mentoring many, many people along the way… including me.

Larry Greene – Greene Worldwide Transportation


2010 –Kate Demarest Lastinger, CMP, CMM

Kate is one of a few individuals who have both the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and the Certificate in Meeting Management (CMM) designations.She brought measurement and metrics to the chapter review process for the first time. Before joining NCR as Director Global Events, she founded her own company, Metaphrasis Group.Kate continues to be involved in the chapter and our industry through speaking engagements and as a Meetings & Event Management instructor at Kennesaw State University.

Brenda Dempsey – Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Kate will always be known to me as the president on the sofa. She had a "set" on stage for every meeting and it felt like you were in her living room or on a talk show. Her year was filled with a lot of fun with Lance as her sidekick DJ.

Allyson Wagner, CMP– Omnience


2011 –Meredith Martini

Meredith is one of the most engaging hospitality partners in our chapter. She has worked countless hours leading and encouraging members for the best possible outcomes to ensure individual fulfillment and chapter success.

Andrea Largay, CMP – Meeting Needs, LLC

We’ve adored Meredith as a single woman on the town, during her engagement, and also as a wife and mother. Her energy is boundless. What a powerhouse she continues to be through creative and strategic contributions to our chapter. I was so impressed with the “play” on words in creating her company name, because play… works. She created a niche market when teambuilding became the dreaded word we saw on a meeting agenda. Bravo, Meredith.

Megan Perks, CMP, CMM – Palm House Group


2012 –Jeff Whitney

One of my fondest memories of Jeff was when we were in New Orleans for a board planning retreat. Jeff, Larry Greene, Stephanie Henriksen, and I arrived early so we could explore the city. He once lived in New Orleans so we loved hearing his crazy escapades about this cool city. In all seriousness, Jeff is always top-of-mind when you think MPI Georgia.He always has the chapter’s best interest at heart.

Amy Hokkanen – Independent Meeting Planner

Jeff is a fantastic leader and colleague who always has a smile on his face and shares a warm greeting. He has affected so many members with his sense of humor and willingness to offer industry wisdom and guidance.

Andrea Largay, CMP – Meeting Needs, LLC


2013 –Larry Greene

Larry has always been incredibly friendly and welcoming to guests and seasoned members alike.He also has a pulse on encouraging future leaders and reached out to me several times suggesting I serve on the board.Whether it’s networking and bringing potential connections together or winning big around a craps table at the MPI conference, Larry is a great networker and example of an MPI leader in action.

Laura Steele, CMP – Hinman Dental Society

Larry is a great guy who consistently has a positive outlook and approach. He works tirelessly to connect chapter members for personal and professional success.

Andrea Largay, CMP – Meeting Needs, LLC


2014 –Candace Crossfield, CMP

Candace was president when I was a new member. I remember kicking it into high gear with volunteering immediately after joining. A couple of months in, Candace had nominated me for a shining star award. I remember being so touched by how she had taken the time to not only acknowledge the work I was doing for our chapter, but also to write such a thoughtful nomination letter. That kind of attention goes a long way, and it’s why I think Candace made such an amazing chapter leader.

ArielleGalimidi– dynami group


2015 –Mike Michel

Wow… Mike is one of our most positive chapter and industry leaders.His smile, energy, and sense of humor light up the room. Of course, the glare from his bald head might also be a major contributor. Mike’s style of leadership inspires his team to take ownership of their assignments, giving them the opportunity to further develop their own leadership skills, and to celebrate their successes in the process. He is a proud family man who adores his wife and children.

Jeff Whitney – Event Transportation/Atlanta


2016 –Annie Mullins, CMP, CHCP

Annie is the queen of grammar. I thought I was a stickler until I served on her board. She was, however, a thoughtful and generous leader and made everyone feel like they were special.

Allyson Wagner, CMP– Omnience

I’ve known Annie for quite a long time and she’s one of the most driven people I know. She leads with style, passion, and a strong sense of self.

Lesli Castaneda, CMP – Cox Enterprises, Inc.



 

October 2016


    Jeff Whitney
President
Event Transportation/Atlanta
Member since 2002

This month we share our appreciation with one of our veteran members who needs no introduction.

Here are just a few of his accolades serving the MPI Georgia chapter which does not include double the years of active participation leading several committees. Jeff spearheaded the Membership committee for years and has touched many of us who have been with MPI GA for some time, but most importantly our newer members.

2015-16                        Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award
2015-16                        Chapter Leader of the Year
2015-16                        Membership Award
2014-15                        Supplier of the Year
2012-13                        Past President                                                                                        
2011-12                        President                                            

Faculty - Kennesaw State University, College of Continuing and Professional Education
Transportation Management Company for MPI 2009 MeetDifferent Conference Atlanta


Jeff is a Past President from 2012 and is still very involved in every facet of our chapter. He is truly committed to MPI Georgia and continues supporting activities such as the Fall Classic, Atlanta Community Food Bank volunteer activities, and contributes to ReConnect, our chapter e-newsletter, on a regular basis. Most chapter leaders take a break for a year or so, whereas Jeff has been here and there for over a decade. Hands down – we are proud to call you our friend. 

This would have been an easy article to write by sending out a request to a handful of mutual friends, and ask them to share a story, but when I put “pen to paper,” the words came rolling.

Jeff is a man who wears many hats… and he loves hats, too. He could have played a role on The Love Boat and captured our hearts like the cast of goofy characters. First comes to mind Gopher, but then I realized he would be a good Doc, Issac, The Captain, or even the original event planner, Julie McCoy. Yes, Jeff is an amusing guy, we all love that about him, but what we most appreciate about Jeff is his long list of character attributes. This man has never met a stranger whether he’s in a boardroom, at the beach, or just taking MARTA to a sporting event.


 

  • Southern Gentleman
  • Compassionate Mentor
  • Friend to All
  • Atlanta Ambassador
  • Passionate Volunteer
  • Accomplished Educator
  • Trusted Colleague
  • Savvy Entrepreneur
  • Dedicated Leader

 

 

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