Atlanta CEO

Why You Should Attend the Council Holiday Event by Linnea Geiss, ACEO Board Member

Join the CEO Council and support Junior Achievement at our annual Holiday Party! There was a great article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle last Friday about Junior Achievement and the exciting new interactive facility they are building at the Georgia World Congress Center.  The link is here for those of you who haven’t already seen […]

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Silent Auction Excitement at December Executive Reception

During the Atlanta CEO Council’s Executive Reception on December 3rd, our guests can look forward to more than networking with other executives and supporting Junior Achievement. Several very exciting, exclusive items are up for auction and will be available for preview during the event at the home of Michael Kohlsdorf and Shelly Justice. For thrill-seekers, how […]

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Registration for December Event Opens

Join the Atlanta CEO Council at a very special event to support Junior Achievement and the construction of an exciting new project at the Georgia World Congress Center that will give Atlanta students practical experience in financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness. To kick off our partnership with Junior Achievement, the December Executive Reception will be […]

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Venture Atlanta Posts Success

The 2012 Venture Atlanta marks the passing of $1billion in investment in local companies.  Hundreds of investors and entrepreneurs attended the event to see some of the brightest and best pitch their ventures. For a complete listing of Venture Atlanta presenters, visit Venture Atlanta. For a summary, visit AJC.com.

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Survey Says: Be Entrepreneurial

In the September survey, 92 of you said Yes, you are interested in dedicating several hours to Junior Achievement as part of Atlanta CEO Council Goes to School. 65% chose the curriculum for  Be Entrepreneurial, a JA program that challenges high school students to start an entrepreneurial venture while still in school. Here are details about the program; be […]

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