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Past Speakers for January & February 2017

JAN 04 Open Mic 
  Testimonies by luncheon attendees.

JAN 11 Dale Folkins,
Sales and Service Manager, Healthcare USA, Inc., and Media Specialist for Fulton County Schools.

Prior to Dale's business career, he was an Assistant Director with YWAM where he brought 3500 students together in Barcelona, Spain, to participate in the 1992 Olympic Games with service to the city and entertainment. Dale graduated from San Diego State University with a BS degree in Management Information Systems and has a Master of Education degree in Media and Instructional Technology.

JAN 18 Jeremy Farmer,
Project Manager of Thrower Electric,
  a full service electrical company providing electrical services for residential, commercial, and industrial projects for over 30 years. It is one of the highest rated electrical contractors in Atlanta, Georgia. Jeremy's previous experience includes Project Manager for Peachstate Construction, Place Services, Inc. and One Source Electrical and an electrician and superintendent for Snapfinger Construction.

JAN 25 Rusty Gordon,
Chief Executive Officer of QuickVault,
  an innovative software company with 12 patents that manages and secures personal health and financial information. Prior to co-founding QuickVault, Rusty has led numerous successful business turnarounds, startups and acquisitions over the last 35 years. Rusty has also served as President or board member of Technology Executive Roundtable, High Tech Ministries, Ambassador Leadership Program, Worklife Ministries, the Methodist Children's Home and Teacher Laptop Association.

FEB 01 Open Mic 
  Testimonies by luncheon attendees.

FEB 08 Steve Eaton,
Sales Representative for Southeastern Paper Group,
  an independently owned distribution company that serves many industries including but not limited to food service, janitorial and sanitation and industrial packaging. Southeastern provides these markets with products and solutions as an insightful and reliable supply chain partner to help their customers achieve their business goals. Steve started in his role in 1986 with Fulton Paper which was acquired by Southeastern Paper Group in 2009 and celebrated his 30-year mark last February. Steve and his family are members of Westridge Church in Dallas, Georgia, where Steve serves in the kids' ministry as a drummer for the band and a small group leader for 4th grade boys.

FEB 15 Joey Chapman,
Principal of Air Filter Sales & Service, Inc., in Tucker, Georgia.
  Air Filter Sales & Service is a distributor for Camfil Filters for the state of Georgia. Joey grew up in Tucker attending Tucker High School. He then graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, and went to work for the Solo Cup Company in Tampa, Florida. After living in Tampa for 11 years, Joey and his family moved back to Tucker to take over the family business. Joey served on the Board of Elections in Gwinnett County for five years and currently is the Chairman on the Stone Mountain Community Improvement District.

FEB 22 Joseph G. Gardner, Jr.,
Principal and CEO of Gardner, Spencer, Smith, Tench & Jarbeau, P.C.
  Joe is co-founder of the architectural firm and continues to serve in projects in an active design, project management and contract administration capacity. He is a 1973 graduate of the Georgia Tech College of Architecture and a 1979 graduate of the Georgia State Graduate School of Business. He began his professional career in the summer of 1969 working in the office of John W. Cherry, Architect. He remained with that firm while attending Tech and thereafter, being named a principal of Cherry Roberts Gardner Sullivan in January of 1980. He served as the President of AIA Atlanta in 1994 and President of AIA Georgia in 1998. Joe stays active in his neighborhood and is currently the President of the Brookwood Alliance, a consortium of neighborhoods clustered around Piedmont Hospital which advocates for the preservation of these important residential communities.

MAR 01 Open Mic 
  Testimonies by luncheon attendees.