Daniel Snead is the Director, International Development & Construction for Chick-fil-A. He serves in various capacities at Landmark including Strategic Planning, Governance Committee, and the Property & Facilities Committee. He and his wife Trisha have two children: Riley (Class of 2021) and Rebekah (ClearWater Academy).
Ronald (Ron) Applin is the Chief of Police for Atlanta Public Schools Police Department. He is the previous Director of Security for Landmark Christian School and has over 28 years of experience in law enforcement. Ron brings a wealth of knowledge about school safety and security to the Board. He and his wife Shonda have two children, Jordan (class of 2020) and Aliya (class of 2023).
Janet Bridges is the Vice President, Treasury for Chick-fil-A and brings financial expertise to the Board. Janet also serves on the Facilities Committee and assists in the development of our long term reinvestment strategies. She and her husband Rusty have one daughter, Amanda (Class of 2019).
Dr. Allison Calhoun-Brown is Associate Vice President for Student Success and a professor in the Political Science Department at Georgia State University. An expert in transitioning to college and identifying institutional barriers to academic progression, Allison is serving on the Long Range Planning Committee. She and her husband Paul have two children, Braxton and Aleah, both in the Class of 2019.
Dr. William Drury is President and CEO of Custom Molded Products, LLC. and has a background in engineering, business, and finance. He currently serves on Landmark’s Finance Committee and Development Committee. He and his wife Cheryl have four children, Matthew (Class of 2017), Jack (Class of 2018), Paige (Class of 2020), and Darcy (Class of 2022).
Laurie and her husband, Mark, are the parents of Isabelle (Class of 2020) and Oliver (Class of 2022). Laurie has served in many volunteer roles during her family's ten years at Landmark Christian School including Parent Association President, Parent Ambassador, room mom, team mom, and discipleship teacher. Laurie works at Open Hands United Christian Ministry in Carrollton and serves on the Landmark Development Committee. Laurie's corporate background brings technology asset management, process design and East Asian studies experience to our Board. email@example.com
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Michelle McAteer is a Marketing Consultant and brings to the Board talents in the areas of marketing, communication and fund raising. Michelle currently serves on the Finance Committee and is helping to develop Landmark’s strategic marketing plan. Michelle and her husband Bob are the parents of Xander (class of 2021) and Julianne (class of 2025).
Judge Carla Wong McMillian serves on the Court of Appeals of Georgia and brings legal perspective to the Board. She also provides extensive board experience from having served various other organizations. Most recently, Carla volunteered to support Landmark’s Growth Task Force.
Carla and her husband Lance have two children: James (Class of 2022) and Emily (Class of 2026).
Affiliations: Duke University, University of Georgia School of Law, Atlanta Lawyer's Chapter of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association, GAPABA Law Foundation, Georgia Legal History Foundation, Fayette County Historical Society firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Mead is an Executive Pastor at New Hope Baptist Church in Fayette County, GA. He is a former executive search consultant and Paralympic gold medalist. Al and his wife Shelly have two children: Ashley (Class of 2006) and Monique (Class of 2009).
Affiliations: Morehouse College, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Upward Sports Foundation Board of Directors
Justin Miller is the Co-Founder and CEO of CARE for AIDS, a nonprofit serving families affected by HIV/AIDS in East Africa. Justin is an alum of Landmark (class of 2005). An experienced fundraiser, Justin serves on the Development Committee and Governance Committee. Justin and his wife, Lindsay, have a daughter, Addie (Class of 2033), and a son, Logan (Class of 2036).
Sandi Moody is the Vice President and Enterprise Analytics and Enterprise Risk Management for Chick-fil-A and brings financial expertise to the Board. Sandi chairs the Governance Committee and serves on the Finance Committee. She and her husband Jim have two daughters, Rebecca (Class of 2015) and Ashley (Class of 2021).
James and his wife, Michele, are the parents of Donovan (Class of 2019) and Evan (Class of 2023), and Lauryn (Class of 2027). James is an Advisory Principal at ThoughtWorks, a global management and technology consultancy. Prior to this role, he served as Vice President with several other global consulting organizations. He has over 23 years of experience with technology transformations, management consulting, organizational design, change management, and corporate learning that he will bring to the Board. Affiliations: University of Maryland, College Park, Information Technology Senior Management Forum email@example.com
Michael Wilson is the owner of Avondale Consulting. Prior to forming Avondale, Michael had a long career with Microsoft in both sales and technical roles. Michael graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Accounting and served as a CPA for many years. Michael brings to the board both technical and financial expertise. Michael chairs the Technology Committee, serves on the Finance Committee and previously led the Growth Task Force. Michael and his wife Lisa are the parents of Rachel (Class of 2015) and Mitch (Class of 2020).
Ed Wyatt is the President of Green Oil, Inc. Ed graduated from Emory University majoring in math, played 2 collegiate sports for 3 years each; earned a JD degree from Emory Law School; served as a magistrate judge of DeKalb County and practiced law for 7 years; served as chair of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce; has been president of Green Oil Co since 1985; serves on the Landmark property committee, the governance committee and co-chairs the development council; is chair of the United Community Bank Advisory Board and serves on the board of directors of the Georgia Oilmen’s Association. Ed and his wife Jamie have two children: Brittany (Class of 2006) and Blake (Class of 2009).
Affiliations: Emory University, Emory Law School, United Community Bank Advisory Board