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Published by rgraphics2000, 2018-10-22 08:42:02

18102978 ARC PROOF

Friday, November 2 Georgia World Congress Center
— ARC ANNUAL PARTNERS —
VISIONARY
INNOVATOR




Coffee & Mingling Breakfast Program Welcome
What’s Next ATL Talks
7:00–7:30 a.m. 7:30–8:00 a.m. 8:00–9:30 a.m.
Kerry Armstrong
Chairman
Atlanta Regional Commission
Representative Kevin Tanner
Georgia House of Representatives
Chris Pumphrey
Executive Director, Douglas County Economic Development Authority
Councilmember Andre Dickens
Atlanta City Council
Doug Hooker
Executive Director
Atlanta Regional Commission
Presented by Kerry Armstrong, 2017 Recipient Alicia Philipp and West Family Representative Jeffrey West
Doug Hooker
Kerry Armstrong
Kerry Armstrong Doug Hooker
Doug Hooker
State of the Region Message
Harry West Visionary Leadership Award
Unsung Hero Award
Metro Atlanta Speaks Results
Developments of Excellence Awards
Closing Remarks
PROGRAM


ARC ANNUAL PARTNERS
INNOVATOR
VISIONARY
CHAMPION SPONSOR
COLLABORATING SPONSORS
SUPPORTING SPONSORS


2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kerry Armstrong, Chair Rochelle Robinson, Vice Chair Charlotte Nash, Secretary Bob Reeves, Treasurer Julie K. Arnold, Parliamentarian
Buzz Ahrens Eddie Ausband Kip Berry Charlton Bivins Clark Boddie Keisha Lance Bottoms Mike Boyce Dennis W. Burnette Eric Clarkson Tread Davis
Joy Day
Eric Dial
Vince Evans
Rob Garcia Nancy Harris Gene Hobgood
Michael Houchard Steve Hutchison Romona Jackson Jones Liane Levetan Mark Mathews Eric Maxwell Minuard McGuire Felicia Moore
Oz Nesbitt
Rusty Paul
Robb Pitts Donna Sheldon Michael Thurmond Steve Tumlin
Jeff Turner
June Wood
Doug Hooker, Executive Director


State Representative Kevin Tanner is serving his third term representing Georgia District 9, which includes Lumpkin and parts of Dawson and Forsyth counties. He serves as Chairman of the House Transportation Committee and the House Commission on Transit Governance & Funding and is a member of numerous other House committees.
Rep. Tanner has helped pass legislation to address mental health issues, the opiod epidemic, education reform, opportunities for those returning from incarceration, as well as transportation needs. Rep. Tanner received an undergraduate degree from North Georgia College and State University and a master’s degree in public administration from Columbus State University.
Chris Pumphrey is Executive Director of the Douglas County Economic Development Authority. Under his leadership, the community undertook its rst Community and Economic Development Strategic Plan in nearly 20 years. He has led efforts to bring companies such as Switch, BioLife, Gordon Food Service, and ResMed to Douglas County and has been instrumental in local expansions by Google and Southwire Company, yielding
nearly $4 billion in capital investment and 1,500 new jobs.
Mr. Pumphrey is a graduate of Morehouse College, where he earned a degree in economics. He is a graduate of Leadership Georgia and Leadership Douglas.
Councilmember Andre Dickens was elected to the Atlanta City Council Post 3 at Large in November 2013. He is a fth-generation Atlantan and a product of the Atlanta Public School System.
Councilmember Dickens serves as the Georgia Community Leader for TechBridge. He previously served as the Assistant Director of Outreach Initiatives at Georgia Tech
and co-founded a highly successful family-operated business.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in public administration from Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.


HARRY WEST VISIONARY LEADERSHIP AWARD
The Harry West Visionary Leadership Award was established by ARC in 2014 to recognize an individual who exempli es visionary leadership within the Atlanta region. It is named in honor of Benjamin Harrison (Harry) West, ARC’s longest-serving executive director.
Past Recipients
2017 Alicia Philipp 2016 Craig Lesser 2015 Bill Bolling 2014 Ann Cramer
Doug Hooker with last year’s Harry West Visionary Leadership Award recipient Alicia Philipp


DEVELOPMENTS OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Each year, ARC recognizes innovative, livable designs and great places in the Atlanta region through its Developments of Excellence Awards. This year’s awards honor places that create diverse neighborhoods, revitalize communities, and build new connections among neighbors.
Development of Excellence
La France Walk
Kronberg Wall Architects
Great Place
The Aerotropolis Area
Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance
Development of Excellence
for LCI Achievement
The City of Chamblee and Mercy Park The City of Chamblee
St. Joseph’s Health System/Mercy Care Mercy Housing Southeast
Development of Excellence
for Innovation in Adaptive Reuse Constellations
Gene Kansas Commercial Real Estate
Development of Excellence
for Context-Sensitive Town Center Development Alpharetta City Center
The City of Alpharetta
MidCity Real Estate Partners
Morris & Fellows
Hedgewood Homes
South City Partners


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Question today
Imagine tomorrow
Create for the future
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ARC’s 2018
State of the Region Breakfast
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Find out what we can do for you.
wsp.com/usa
Join our team!


What’s Next ATL
A new podcast
focusing on the
critical issues
shaping metro
Atlanta’s future
Kate Sweeney
host & producer
former WABE-Atlanta NPR journalist
What’s Next ATL podcast features compelling conversations with metro Atlanta residents and thought leaders who are focused on finding creative solutions to our region’s most pressing challenges.
Available wherever you get your podcasts, or at
WhatsNextATL.org


JOIN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT METRO ATLANTA’S FUTURE
FIND A DINNER OR HOST A DINNER AT CIVICDINNERS.COM
The past year, ARC has hosted150 Civic Dinners with 1,000 guests on 8 important topics that have surfaced 259 new ideas, 25 key themes and thousands of comments for long-range regional plans.
And we’re just getting started.
Civic Dinners is the platform for bringing people together over food for conversations that matter.
CIVIC DINNERS
To learn more visit about civicdinners.com/arc
Mobility
Livabilty
Prosperity
Reimagine Aging
Housing A ordability
Work & Education
Sustainability
Arts and Culture


SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Metro Atlanta Speaks survey sponsors:
United Way of Greater Atlanta Metro Atlanta Chamber Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta MARTA
Invest Atlanta
North Fulton CID
DeKalb Chamber of Commerce
Contributors to the State of the Region program:
The Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
Georgia Department of Transportation Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority


ARC engages
local government leaders, community partners, and residents to develop a shared approach for improving metro Atlanta’s quality of life and addressing our rapidly evolving future.




atlantaregional.org


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