July Alliance Board Meeting

The Board of Directors of the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance will meet Friday, July 27 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Technical Support Campus (1255 South Loop Road, College Park). Click here to visit our website for a map and directions.

Welcome New Alliance Investors:
Atlantic | Pacific Companies, Chattahoochee Hills, Forest Park, Palmetto, Union City

The Alliance is proud to announce the following as its newest investors – Atlantic | Pacific Companies (Founders), City of Chattahoochee Hills (Founders), City of Union City (Founders), City of Forest Park (Gold) and City of Palmetto (Gold).

The Alliance greatly appreciates the support and leadership represented by each of our partners. We especially wish to thank Randy Weisburd, Chief Operating Officerof Atlantic | Pacific Companies; Mayor Tom Reed, City of Chattahoochee Hills; Mayor Angelyne Butler, City of Forest Park; Mayor J. Clark Boddie, City of Palmetto; and Mayor Vince Williams, City of Union City.

Small Business of the Month – Jasber Group

The Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance and Clayton County Chamber of Commerce are pleased to recognize the Jasber Group as winner of the Small Business of the Month Award for June. The Jasber Group is a conservation, preservation and revitalization company with three subsidiaries – Jasber Utility Services, Jasber Management Services and Jasber Plaza (Forest Park). The company is focused on community revitalization through management, utility and rental services provided to existing and newly construction communities.

BB&T and Samaritan’s Feet in Partnership with Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance, City of East Point and Impact Church

Thanks to the generosity of BB&T, 600 students (K-6) in the City of East Point will have a unique opportunity to receive new shoes and socks along with a message of encouragement from community volunteers. BB&T, East Point and Impact Church are all Alliance members, and the Alliance’s Collective and committee volunteers support this community-focused effort.

Students are invited to Impact Church (2323 Sylvan Rd.) on Saturday, Aug. 4 at 10 a.m. for a special back-to-school celebration. Supplies are limited, so please don’t wait till the last minute! Click for more details about Samaritan’s Feet.
Click here to download a flyer about this event.

Board Member Spotlight: Lynne E. Scroggins

Lynne E. Scroggins is Vice President of Community Engagement with the WellStar Atlanta Medical Center Downtown and South. Scroggins earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Dillard University in New Orleans and her Masters of Health Administration Degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

Hobbies – Wine tasting, restaurant hopping and weight lifting.

Passion in life – I am satisfied with my career choice because healthcare is the business of caring for the lives of others. My passion is to leave a legacy of helping individuals to become healthy and to realize their true potential in life.

Inspiration for joining the Alliance – WellStar joined the Alliance because healthcare should be a meaningful and deliberate component of each collaborative. Healthy communities cannot exist without providing the people in the community access to quality healthcare. We hope to lead the charge in developing a healthcare collaborative within the Alliance to ensure a coordinated effort to provide a full range of healthcare options.

Just in case you missed the recent Atlanta Business Chronicle coverage on the Alliance and Airport City College Park – click here.

Exclusive Alliance Investor Event

We have a special, sold-out event in appreciation of Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance investors at the Battery at SunTrust Park as we enjoy the Braves taking on the Diamondbacks on July 27.

Thank you to Alliance Chairman’s Club investor Georgia Power for sponsoring this intimate networking event.

Finding the Flint Working Group

Make plans to be part of the next Finding the Flint working group meeting on July 19 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Delta Flight Museum (1060 Delta Blvd.). Finding the Flint is a joint effort of American Rivers, The Conservation Fund and the Atlanta Regional Commission to reveal these hidden headwaters in a way that restores healthy river flows and connects communities.