ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--C5 Georgia, an Atlanta-based nonprofit with a goal to transform the lives of high-potential, economically disadvantaged teens from all around Georgia, welcomes several new business leaders, who join the eleven current board members in taking C5 Georgia to greater heights:
Bob Gatland, Principal Consultant, The North Highland Company
Michael Hilkman, Technology Account Lead, Accenture
Roman Kulich, Region President, GA & SC, Wellcare Health Plans, Inc.
Dwayne Meeks, President, South Atlantic District, UPS
Todd Redmon, Principal, Capgemini Consulting
Charles Strain, Vice President of U.S. Marketing, UPS
Carol Waddy, Talent Management Leader, Chick-fil-A
Jolie Weber, Chief Financial Officer, Wise Foods, Inc.
Live to Lead. It’s C5 Georgia’s tagline and mantra. It’s also a directive to which a number of fresh faces have pledged their time and talents as new members in 2015. Our immersive, five-year leadership development program, which focuses on empowerment, leadership, and community involvement, is unique in both scope and depth. Our vision is for 100% of Georgia teens to graduate from college. Our work furthers this goal, as 100% of our graduates enter college or the military, a more than 27% increase over graduation rates statewide.
Private support funds our camp, college tours, community service and instructional content. To learn more about C5 Georgia’s students and work, get involved, or pledge your support, please visit www.c5georgia.org.