Link Up Against Crime golf tournament
Capital City Club Brookhaven
Monday, March 31, 2014
11:30am - 6:00pm
A Night in Blue Gala
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Saturday, May 17, 2014
6:30pm - 11:00pm
John S. McColl, Board Chairman
Executive Vice President, Cousins Properties
John has more than 25 years of experience in commercial real estate development and finance. He serves on the Davidson College Board of Visitors and is an elder and member of First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. Before joining Cousins in 1996, John managed the acquisition and operation of more than 20 operating companies with combined revenues of $1.6 billion.
Sam Pettway, Vice Chairman
Founding Director, BoardWalk Consulting LLC
Sam Pettway is the founding director of BoardWalk Consulting, a firm committed to building strong foundations for nonprofits.®. Sam is a late-blooming athlete who took up running in his late forties. His wife, Barbara VanLandingham Pettway, an executive communications consultant, and his two sons, Cooper and Andrew, are the most vigorous cheerleaders at his races--and often the only ones still there when he crosses finish line.
Cal Darden, Vice Chairman
Cal Darden is a retired senior vice president of U.S. operations of UPS. Darden was accountable for all U.S. operations, which covers 317,000 employees and US$25 billion in revenues. Darden continues to serve on the Board of Directors for Target Corp., Coca-Cola Enterprises, & Cardinal Health. Darden is married and has three children.
Bernard Taylor, Secretary
Partner, Alston & Bird, LLP
Bernard Taylor is the chair of the firm's Products Liability Group. He concentrates his practice on complex disputes including commercial litigation, products liability and toxic tort lawsuits. Mr. Taylor is a member of the American Bar Association, the Georgia Bar Association, the Gate City Bar Association, the Atlanta Bar Association and a member of 100 Black Men of America.
Jim Hush, Chair - Resource Investment Committee
Vice President Strategic Security and Aviation, The Coca-Cola Company
Jim joined The Coca-Cola Company in 1992 and became the Director of Corporate Security in 1994 following twenty years of law enforcement and security experience in the government sector. Prior to his State Department service, Jim served with the Metro Police in Washington, D.C. Jim is a graduate of the University of Maryland and is a member of numerous professional and government organizations.
Rob Baskin, Chair - Marketing & Communications Committee
President, Weber Shandwick
Rob Baskin has 30 years of experience in journalism and agency and corporate public relations.He serves on the board of directors of the Georgia Council on Economic Education, the Georgia Alliance for Children, the SafeAmerica Foundation and the Board of Advisors of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
Christine St.Clare, Chair - Resource Development Committee
Retired, Advisory Partner, KPMG LLP
Chris St.Clare was a partner within the Advisory practice at KPMG LLP. During her 35 years with the firm, she served as lead engagement partner on several of KPMG's largest clients.She is a member of the Women's Leadership Council of United Way of Metro Atlanta, and has chaired several "Women of Tocqueville" United Way Campaigns.
John F. O’Neill, III, Chair - Nominations Committee
Senior Managing Director, Market Leader, Cushman and Wakefield, Inc.
Mr. O’Neill specializes in developing and implementing real estate strategies for a diverse client base that ranges from Fortune 500 corporations to emerging growth companies and non-profit institutions. John and his wife Jada have three sons, Reilly, Owen and Lachlan.
Dave Wilkinson, President & CEO
Atlanta Police Foundation
Dave joined the Foundation in 2005. Before joining the Foundation Dave retired as the Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Secret Service, Georgia Region. Dave lives in Brooks, Georgia with his wife, Renee, and his two sons, Jacob and Jonathan.
Partner, Bain and Company
Peter Aman is a partner in the Atlanta office. After joining the firm in 1988 he practiced in Bain & Company’s Boston and San Francisco offices before helping found Bain & Company’s Atlanta office in 1996. Mr. Aman is a leader in Bain & Company’s Media practice as well as its Industrial Goods and Services practice. Aman earned an MBA, with distinction, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a graduate of Duke University, where he received a BA in Public Policy, with honors. Mr. Aman and his wife Lisa live in Atlanta along with their three children.
SVP Property Management, HJ Russell & Company
Ms. Calloway joined H. J. Russell Company in late 1977 as Controller of the Property Management Division. Ms. Calloway was subsequently promoted to Vice President of the Property Management Division in 1994 where she developed strategic plans for the effective management of 42 residential communities and eight commercial properties as she lead the company’s public housing privatization efforts. Ms. Calloway is currently serving as Senior Vice President for the Property Management Division. She is responsible for the day-to-day management of 7,000 units and repositioning of the properties in the portfolio through various refinancing instruments.
Senior Vice President – General Counsel and Secretary, Georgia-Pacific, LLC
Tye Darland began his career with Georgia-Pacific in December 2005 when Koch Industries purchased Georgia-Pacific. At that time, Tye assumed the role of Senior Vice President - General Counsel and Secretary. Tye’s primary specialty areas are mergers and acquisitions and commercial law. Tye received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Iowa in 1986, and was licensed as a Certified Public Accountant that same year. Tye also is a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Board of Zoo Atlanta and is a member of the Federalist Society Board of Advisors – Atlanta Lawyers Chapter. Tye was appointed to the Judicial Nominating Commission by Governor Sonny Purdue from 2008 through 2010. He is the immediate Past Chairman of the AF&PA General Counsel’s Resource Committee.
Senior Vice President, Metro Atlanta Region, Georgia Power Company
Walter Dukes is Senior Vice President of Metro Atlanta Region for Georgia Power. In his current role, he has operational responsibilities for Georgia Power’s 1.2 million customers in the metropolitan Atlanta area. This responsibility includes electric operations, sales and marketing, customer service/business offices, governmental relations, and community and economic development. He presently serves on the boards of the Atlanta Medical Center, Central Atlanta Progress (CAP), and serves as Vice Chair of the Metro Atlanta Chamber Fundraising Campaign.
Executive Vice President, National Distributing Company
Chris Michael Carlos, a native of Atlanta, Georgia serves as the Executive Vice President of National Distributing Company. Chris is active in many philanthropic endeavors including the Atlanta Ballet and the Atlanta Zoo. Chris lives in Atlanta with his wife Merry and two daughters.
President, Captain Fraser, LLC
Alec Fraser served as President of Turner Properties, Inc., a subsidiary of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. He was responsible for overseeing the global facilities and security of all Turner properties worldwide. Fraser is the President of the Rotary Club of Atlanta, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Riverside Military Academy, Vice Chairman of the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, and on the Executive Committee of Central Atlanta Progress.
Executive Vice President Private Wealth Management, SunTrust Bank
John J. Geraghty is currently Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the Endowment & Foundation Services Line of Business for SunTrust Bank. Mr. Geraghty resides in Atlanta with his wife Beth and two sons Jack and Will.
W. Duncan Gibbs, CCIM
Managing Partner, TriStar Real Estate Investment, LLC
Mr. Gibbs has 25 years of commercial real estate experience where he has been involved in over $700 million dollars of commercial real estate transactions. TriStar is an asset management company that invests in high yield, value add real estate investments in the Southeast that are below the focus of institutional investors. He serves on the advisory Board of Crime Stoppers, is active in Leadership Atlanta (Class of 2008) and lives in Buckhead with his wife Kristen and son Nolan.
President, US Operations
Myron Gray is responsible for all U.S. operations, which include the pick-up and delivery of more than 15 million packages each day and 345,000 employees. Gray also is a member of UPS's Management Committee, the 12-person group of senior executives responsible for the day-to-day management of the company.
Vice President, Community and Public Affairs, Delta Airlines
Tad Hutcheson is an airline marketing professional who serves as Vice President of Community and Public Affairs for Delta Air Lines. In this role, Hutcheson oversees Delta’s efforts to build the airline’s brand in the communities Delta serves by partnering with key non-profit organizations. Hutcheson rejoined Delta in late 2011 – 16 years after his first stint at Delta. Active in Rotary for twenty years, Hutcheson is a member of the downtown Atlanta Rotary Club. He and his wife, Janin, a Boeing 717 pilot, make their home in downtown Atlanta.
Jimmy Johnson is the Senior Vice President of Sales for RR Donnelley. He serves on a variety of board in the Atlanta area including the Special Olympics of Georgia and the Collier Hill Neighborhood Association. Jimm is a graduate of UGA and Harvard Business School.
Senior Vice President of Sales,
David King, CFRE
President & CEO, Alexander Haas
David H. King, CFRE, President & CEO of Alexander Haas, has lived in Atlanta and been in the field of nonprofit development for more than 20 years. In his 20 years at Alexander Haas, David has provided counsel to more than 125 organizations in the areas of higher education, independent schools, hospitals, conservation, human services, churches and faith-based organizations. David and his wife, Holly, have two children, and on most fall Saturdays can be found passionately rooting for the Florida State Seminoles
Rodney Lastinger is a Group Vice President for Target Stores, where he has been employed for the past 10 years since he was hired as a college intern. His responsibilities include managing more than 1,000 employees in 71 stores in both Georgia and Tennessee. Rodney earned his MBA at Stetson University and his Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Management at Florida State University. Rodney lives in Alpharetta with his wife, Beverley, and their two sons.
Robin C. Loudermilk,Jr.
President & CEO
The Loudermilk Companies
Mr. Robert C. Loudermilk, Jr. currently serves as the President & CEO of The Loudermilk Companies. Robin served as the Chief Executive Officer of Aaron's, Inc. (also known as Aaron Rents, Inc.) from June 2008 to November 2011 and its President from 1997 to November 2011. Mr. Loudermilk served as the Chief Operating Officer of Aaron's since 1997. He served as Vice President of Real Estate of Aaron's from 1993 to 1997. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Robin currently serves as chairman of the Buckhead Alliance. He also serves as Trustee for Sky Land Trail, and is a former member of the Young Presidents Organization.
Partner, Troutman and Sanders LLP
Patrick is a partner in the Firm’s Corporate Group. Patrick advises clients on a variety of transactional, corporate governance and disclosure matters. Patrick’s practice also includes advising clients in connection with their merger and acquisition activities. Patrick is a frequent speaker on securities law and corporate governance matters and has co-authored a number of articles on federal securities laws and corporate finance transactions..
Partner, King and Spalding LLP
Catherine M. O’Neil is a litigation partner in the firm’s Special Matters and Government Investigations Practice Group in Atlanta. Ms. O’Neil represents companies and individuals in a variety of civil and criminal regulatory enforcement matters, parallel civil litigation and internal corporate investigations. She also has significant experience handling complex commercial litigation matters and conducting corporate compliance reviews. Ms. O’Neil is a member of the Boards of Directors of Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Council on Alcohol and Drugs.
Partner, SESA People Leader
Ernst & Young LLP
Leslie Patterson is the Southeast Sub-Area People Team Leader and a Partner at Ernst & Young LLP. In her current role she is responsible for the People processes for the 2,000 person practice across 14 offices and the E&Y Caribbean practice. She serves as a board member on Hampton University’s Board of Trustees and on other community organization boards. Leslie, her husband Keven, their son Caleb , and twin sons Austin and Blake live in Mableton, Georgia.
Senior Vice President
Home Depot Stores
Marc Powers is the senior vice president of Home Depot stores. Marc oversees the daily operation activities, including asset protection and building services, for more than 1,950 stores in the U.S., Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
General Manager, Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Erica Qualls serves as General Manager for the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Marriott International's third largest hotel - a $100 million-a-year operation. She is responsible for ensuring guest and associate satisfaction, managing the hotel's finances and assets, owner relations and fostering business alliances that promote Marriott International. The Atlanta Marriott Marquis is Georgia's largest hotel with 1,663 guestrooms and suites, and over 160,000 square feet of meeting and convention space
Chief Marketing Officer, Rollins, Inc.
Kevin is the chief marketing officer for Rollins, Inc., a $1.3 billion pest control holding company, which includes Orkin, HomeTeam Pest Defense, Western Pest Services, Orkin Canada, The Industrial Fumigant Company, Waltham Services, Trutech and Crane Pest Control.
C. Roland Vaughn III
Managing Partner,4V Enterprises LLP
C. Roland Vaughn III is currently the managing partner of 4V Enterprises LLP. 4V Enterprises is an independent contractor engaged in the business of client service in the areas of marketing, sales, business development, community outreach, economic development and public/private relations. Mr. Vaughn utilizes his unique public and private sector experience for the benefit of his clients.
Prior to 4V Enterprises, he he joined the Rockdale County Sheriffs Department in 1974 where he worked his way through the ranks to the position of Chief Deputy Sheriff. In January of 1981, he was appointed Chief of Police for the City of Conyers and served in that position until April 1994.
Chief Information Officer
David (Dave) Webb is Chief Information Officer for Equifax, with responsibility for the company's global technology strategy, operations and support for the delivery of the company’s innovative solutions. Webb, a 30-year veteran of the IT and financial services industries, joined Equifax from Silicon Valley Bank where as COO he led the company's IT strategy to support its global expansion, drove revenue and productivity initiatives through the effective use of technology. In addition, his responsibilities included oversight for IT, banking operations, outsourcing and off-shoring efforts, facilities, physical and information security, performance management, and disaster recovery/business continuity planning.
Ken Welch, Partner in Charge - MidSouth/Coastal Business Units
Global Advisory Head of Sales
Ken is Partner-in-Charge of the Southeast Advisory Services practice for KPMG LLP. Ken has over twenty-five years of global consulting experience across many different industries. His responsibilities include leading global client relationships, go-to-market efforts and the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) practice.
In addition to his role at KPMG, Ken is also involved in the community with the United Way, Board of Directors Network, the Boys & Girls Club and a member of Tocqueville Society. Ken has a BA in Communications from Valdosta State University. Ken currently resides in Alpharetta with his wife Terri and their two daughters, Sydney and Taylor.
Joe D. Whitley, Chair of the Atlanta White Collar Practice Group & DC Shareholder Greenberg Traurig LLP
Joe Whitley is the Chair of the Atlanta White Collar Practice Group. He represents clients nationally and internationally in a variety of matters, including white collar criminal matters and regulatory enforcement, corporate internal investigations, U.S. export controls and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance, as well as corporate compliance, health care fraud and FDA related matters. Joe has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America from 2001-2013. He was selected by Super Lawyers magazine, and Georgia Super Lawyers from 2010-2013 and listed as one of the "Top 100 Lawyers in Georgia" from 2011-2013. Joe is also listed as one of "Georgia's Legal Elite" in Georgia Trend magazine, 2008-2012. He was also selected by Super Lawyers magazine for Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers in 2012.