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Published on April 27th, 2012 |


Buckhead Coalition names 13 new directors

Exercising its annual attrition fulfillment, the Buckhead Coalition has elected 13 directors to complete its complement of 100.  In accordance with the Coalition’s bylaws, all are chief executive officers, or equivalent, of firms having a major presence in the Buckhead community.  
 In alphabetical order, the new members are Mark Donnelly, Atlanta regional president for Wells Fargo; Joshua Goldfarb, managing director of Southeast Apartment Partners;  Steven L. Guy, president and chief executive officer of Entertainment Design Group;  Steve L. Lindsey, president of Atlanta Gas Light;  Bernard Marcus, chairman of the Marcus Foundation;

Douglas E. McMahon, managing director of Tavistock Group;  Bartow Morgan, Jr., chief executive officer of Brand Banking Company;  D. Jack Sawyer, Jr., president of the southeast region for Wilmington Trust;  Rob Schreiner, M.D., executive medical director of Kaiser Permanente of Georgia;  Michael J. Sivewright, international director for Jones, Lang LaSalle;

Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer of Turner Broadcasting Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media;  Francis N. Spears, president of Balfour Beatty Construction Georgia, and Brant J. Standridge, group/state president of Branch Banking & Trust Company.  In addition, Catherine Cattles was enrolled as an ex officio member as the 2012 president of the Buckhead Business Association.

 John G. Morris continues as chairman for this year, as does Sam Massell as president as the Coalition enters its 25 anniversary, with a mission to nurture the quality of life for those who live, visit, work, and play in this northern quadrant of Atlanta.

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