Central Atlanta Progress Installs New Board of Directors
Among a crowd more than 1,100 attendees, the Membership of Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) approved its 2016 Board of Directors during the organization’s 75th Annual Meeting on March 31st. Held at the Georgia Aquarium, the event highlighted the people, places and businesses that have positively impacted the City and continue to shape Downtown's bright and exciting future.
The following 96 individuals were installed as CAP’s 2016 Board of Directors:
Tom Aderhold, Aderhold Properties Inc.
Harry Anderson, The Coca‐Cola Company
Mark Becker, Georgia State University
Susana Chavez, Parking Company of America
Pedro Cherry, Georgia Power
Kirsten Hadley, Georgia‐Pacific
Lisa Harris, Turner
Maxine Hicks (Treasurer), DLA Piper LLP
Bill Hollett, Cousins Properties Incorporated
Mike Hurst, SunTrust Bank
Laura Keenan, Bank of America
Raymond King, Zoo Atlanta
David Lee, Atlanta Hawks/Philips Arena
Rich McKay, Atlanta Falcons
Eddie Meyers, PNC Financial Services Group
Egbert Perry, Integral
Alicia Philipp, The Community Foundation for
Steve Reis, McKinsey & Company
Steve Riddell, Troutman Sanders LLP
Jerome Russell, H. J. Russell and Company
E. Kendrick Smith, Jones Day
Dave Stockert (Chairman), Post Properties, Inc.
Scott Taylor, CARTER
Board of Directors
Ambrish Baisiwala, Portman Holdings
David Balos, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Bryan Batson, AGL Resources Inc.
Marti Blackstock, Banyan Street Capital
Renay Blumenthal, Grady Health System
Jim Borders, Novare Group Holdings
Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority*
Russ Brockelbank, Balfour Beatty Construction
Amanda Brown Olmstead, A. Brown-Olmstead Associates
Kevin Cantley, Cooper Carry Inc.
Clark Dean, Transwestern
Manuel Deisen, The Ritz‐Carlton Atlanta
Dora Din, Creations Group
Kipling Dunlap, ADNA*
Bijan Eghtedari, Lanier Parking Solutions
Geoff Eisenacher, Corvias Campus Living
David Evans, Dixon Hughes Goodman
Brian Farley, Comcast
Joy Fitzgerald, Atlanta Housing Authority
Steve Forte, Smith Gambrell Russell
Melissa Frawley, Wells Fargo
Jay Gillespie, EY
Robert Haley, CohnReznick
Joe Handy, Georgia Aquarium
Don Harris, AECOM
John Heagy, Hines Interests Ltd Partnership
Glenn Hendrix, Arnall Golden Gregory
Ansley Houston, Rinnai America Corporation
Tad Hutcheson, Delta Air Lines Inc.
David Hutchison, The Beck Group
John Izard, Cushman & Wakefield of GA Inc.
Scott Jordan, BB&T
Josh Kamin, King & Spalding
Eloisa Klementich, Invest Atlanta*
Kevin Kobishop, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
Brad Koeneman, Hilton Atlanta
Nick Koonz, Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Steve Labovitz, Dentons
Milton Little, United Way of Greater Atlanta
Scott Marticke, Porter Novelli
David Marvin, Legacy Ventures
Sam McGarr, KPMG
Peter McMahon, Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Tom Meinhart, Jacobs Engineering
David Miller, Holder Construction
Hala Moddelmog, Metro Atlanta Chamber*
Arun Nijhawan, Lucror Resources
Daniel Owens, Emory University Hospital Midtown
Jeff Parker, HNTB Corporation
William Pate, ACVB*
Ed Peterson, YP
Marian Pittman, Cox Media Group
Frank Poe, Georgia World Congress Center*
Jeff Portman, AMC Inc. (AmericasMart)
Erica Qualls-Battey, Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Cathe Reams, Siemens
Don Reynolds, Perkins + Will
Mark Riley, Urban Realty Partners
Kristi Rooks, WRS, Inc.
Mark Rusche, Alston & Bird LLP
Wayne Saxe, Goldberg’s Group of Companies
Scott Selig, Selig Enterprises, Inc.
Pete Shelton, Colliers International
Mike Sivewright, Jones Lang LaSalle
David Smith, Regions Bank
Brian Spickard, DPR Construction
Scott Szwast, UPS
Ron Tarson, Westin Peachtree Plaza
Rachel Tobin, Jackson Spalding
David Todd, CB Richard Ellis Inc.
Becky Ward, tvsdesign
Betty Willis, Emory University*
Alan Wise, The Boston Consulting Group Inc.
*Denotes ex-officio member
About Central Atlanta Progress / Atlanta Downtown Improvement District: Central Atlanta Progress, Inc., is a Downtown business association with approximately 200 members. Its mission is to champion a vibrant community with strong leadership and sustainable infrastructure that is safe, livable, diverse, economically viable, accessible, clean, hospitable and entertaining. The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable corporation created by CAP to make Downtown safer, cleaner and more hospitable.