Speakers

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speaker-david-rubinger
Moderator

David Rubinger ‘00

Market President and Publisher
Atlanta Business Chronicle

Presenters
speaker-susan-booth

Arts: Atlanta’s Answer

“A shared arts experience can do far more than simply teach us to appreciate beauty. It can teach us to appreciate each other.”
Susan V. Booth ‘03, Artistic Director, Alliance Theatre
speaker-steve-fennessey

Escape the Echo Chamber

“The for-profit news model is broken. We can create a new one, and in turn make all Georgians more engaged and empowered participants in their democracy.”
Steve Fennessy ‘17, Executive Editor, Atlanta Magazine
speaker-sarah-higginbotham

College in Prison as a Common Good

“Georgia’s colleges rank as some of the best in the South. Georgia’s prisons should equip people to rejoin society. Let’s bridge Georgia’s colleges into prisons for the #commongood”
Sarah Higinbotham ‘17, Founder and Executive Director, Common Good Atlanta; Assistant Professor, Oxford College of Emory University
speaker-sucheta-kamath

Solution for the Self-Blind

“No more self-blindness! Tap into the patterns of thinking, emotions and actions to harness your strengths and reshape your weaknesses.”
Sucheta Kamath ‘15, Founder/CEO, ExQ, LLC
speaker-parisa

Unleashing Potential!

“We’ll never know what is inside someone, until we give them a chance.”
Parisa Khosravi ‘13, Senior Vice President, CNN Worldwide (Ret.) Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
speaker-soon-mee-kim

Atlanta: The city too busy to hate. Is that enough?

“Opposing hate today requires intentional action.”
Soon Mee Kim ‘17, Executive Vice President, Global Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Porter Novelli
speaker-jason-martin

Driving Change

“The solution to every issue facing Atlanta can be found here.”
Jason Martin ‘16 Executive Director, Community Guilds Inc.
speaker-kevin-woods

Atlanta's Health A.I. Initiative

“An Algorithm to Help Create Better Health, Wealth and Social Impact”
Kevin E. Woods ’18, M.D., M.P.H.