ATLANTA – (May 1, 2019) – Leadership Atlanta, one of the oldest sustained community leadership programs in the nation, today announced BlueFletch CEO & Managing Partner, Richard Makerson, will join the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2020.
The Leadership Atlanta Class of 2020 program includes 84 established leaders from areas such as education, law, nonprofit, technology, media, healthcare, politics and government and are chosen to participate in a nine-month, executive-level series. Through retreats, full-day seminars, service projects, discussion groups and community tours, members explore critical community issues, examine themselves as leaders and build relationships of trust and mutual understanding. The year’s class program is created and executed by a dedicated team of hundreds of Leadership Atlanta alumni volunteers, under the direction of the organization’s staff. Each of these volunteers donates his/her time, experience, and expertise in order to create the best possible experience for class members.
“We are thrilled to welcome our 50th Class,” said Pat Upshaw-Monteith, Leadership Atlanta president and CEO, in a news release. “We are proud to continue Leadership Atlanta’s tradition of bringing together the region’s most influential, engaged, and creative leaders dedicated to working together for the greater good.”
This year’s Leadership Atlanta class consists of 84 individuals selected from more than 400 applicants across a variety of businesses and backgrounds around Atlanta. See the entire 2020 class here.
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About Leadership Atlanta
A group of concerned citizens at the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce formed Leadership Atlanta as a formal initiative to address the growing need for a well-informed cadre of committed leaders. The first class was selected in the summer of 1969. It is the mission of Leadership Atlanta to build a better community for everyone in the Atlanta region through education about the key issues facing the region and inspiring members and others to take on and exercise real leadership committed to serving the common good. Since 1969, a diverse group of over 3,000 men and women from metro Atlanta counties has completed this program.