In his second “in person” meeting with the Atlanta Committee for Progress as mayor, Andre Dickens thanked the business and civic leaders for their support of the “Moving Atlanta Forward” campaign.
Kathy Waller, retired chief financial officer of the Coca-Cola Co., has been named executive director of the Atlanta Committee for Progress in what is one of the most influential civic roles in the city.
The proposal to carve out a City of Buckhead out of the City of Atlanta would be detrimental – financially, politically and psychologically.
Atlanta may be the cradle of the civil rights movement, but it has ways to go to have diversity on its corporate boards and within its executive suites.
Atlanta’s top business and civic leaders provided moral support to Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms at Friday’s quarterly meeting of the Atlanta Committee for Progress.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on December 13, 2019 One of the most influential business groups in town – the Atlanta Committee for Progress – reflects the changing face of leadership in town.
Atlanta business and civic leader Duriya Farooqui has been tapped to be president of Georgia-Pacific’s Point A Center for Supply Chain Innovation, which was launched last year.