EarthShare of Georgia’s 2016 Leadership Breakfast was held on Thursday, April 14, 2016, 8:00-10:00am at The Stave Room @ American Spirit Works. The annual Earth Day Leadership Breakfast provides a forum for the environmental and business and other community leaders to collaborate on solutions that promote a sustainable environment for Georgia. The Leadership Breakfast program, emceed by WSB-TV broadcaster Sophia Choi, will feature keynote speaker Ryan Gravel, AICP, LEED AP, an urban planner, author and Atlanta BeltLine visionary, who will discuss his new book, “Where We Want to Live.”
Attendees enjoyed a farm fresh breakfast, networking and group discussions on land conservation topics facilitated by environmental leaders: Sherry Crawley, The Nature Conservancy; Angelou Ezeilo, Greening Youth Foundation; Michael Halicki, Park Pride; Will Harris, White Oak Pastures; Will Johnston, Tiny House Atlanta; Laura LeMay, Georgia ForestWatch; Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta; Rashid Nuri, Truly Living Well; Robert Reed, Southface; Alice Rolls, Georgia Organics; Nathaniel Smith, Partnership for Southern Equity; and, Jay Wozniak, Trust for Public Land.
2016 Award Winners Announced:
2016 Outstanding Community Partner – Cox Enterprises, Inc.
2016 Outstanding Campaign Partner – Hannah Solar
2016 Outstanding Member Organization – Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
2016 Corporate Green Day Challenge Winner – Kaiser Permanente
Tiny House Atlanta gave tours of an onsite tiny house to guests before and after the program.