Premier show of Talk About Hope. In this episode we talk with former Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell who is founder and president of the Buckhead Coalition, a powerful whos who of business leaders who are shaping this highend business, retail and residential area north of downto
Among other achievements, his mayoral administration is credited with establishing the Metropolitan Area Rapid Transit Authority, the Omni Coliseum and Woodruff Park in downtown, all without higher ad valorem taxes. He also pioneered minority opportunities in city government, appointing the first female to the Atlanta City Council and the first African Americans as municipal department heads.
He also serves on numerous boards, including the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau and Atlanta Historical Society. In addition, he is in the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau "Hospitality Hall of Fame"; International Civil Rights King Center "Walk of Fame"; Georgia State University Robinson College "Business Hall of Fame", and Georgia Trend Magazine "Most Influential Georgian's Hall of Fame."
We will also talk about non-profits and how those located in Buckhead shape the city. Find out how you can be a part of a wide variety of charities that feed the soul, cure the injured, educate the mind and lift the spirit.
My guest host is Amy Hawke, Team Leader for the Keller Williams Buckhead Luxury office who will talk about the Buckhead market and how KW is shaped by what Buckhead Coalition does and how KW gives back to our community. Plus we give you a sneak peek at upcoming shows.
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