Atlanta CEO

Give a few hours of time…and change a life

Friday, February 22, Atlanta CEO Council members will spend a  half day at Griffin Middle School in Cobb County teaching students the Junior Achievement Entrepreneurship program.  By donating a few hours of time, Council executives have the chance to inspire and educate youngsters on starting and running a business. Junior Achievement provides materials and guest “teachers” enrich […]

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New 2013 Sponsor Adds Excitement

Win a Weekend Driving Experience in a Porsche Panamera  from Jim Ellis Porsche. Attendees at the March 11 Executive Reception will have the chance to register to win by dropping a business card at the check in table Monday night. The lucky winner receives the opportunity to test drive a Porsche for an entire weekend. Please note:  all drivers […]

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Special Thanks to All Who Made the Junior Achievement Fundraiser a Great Success

Wow! What a night! The Atlanta CEO Council would like to thank the many people supporting our partnership with Junior Achievement. Without hardworking volunteers, generous patrons and dedicated leadership, this wonderful evening would not have been possible: a night of networking highlighted by the latest technology, beautiful works of art and delicious food, all for a […]

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What Junior Achievement Means to an Executive Who Volunteers

Everybody gets it: giving back is good, especially when it comes to investing in the education of our children.  Everyone is busy, particularly if you are running a company and trying to squeeze in a  a little free time for yourself and your family. DeAnn Hargis, Managing Director, Global Quality, Compliance and CSR at Alcatel-Lucent, knows its worth her […]

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Thanks for Volunteering!

Many thanks to the members of the Atlanta CEO Council for stepping up to support our commitment to Junior Achievement with their sponsorship of the special Holiday Reception, December 3. To join us, register here.

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