Young Professional Leadership Council

The Young Professional Leadership Council (YPLC) is a group of leaders focused on leveraging their networks and maximizing their expertise to further the mission of CURE Childhood Cancer. These individuals are dynamic and emerging leaders in the Atlanta community. Council members are engaged and support CURE Childhood Cancer’s mission to help find a cure for childhood cancer through monthly meetings, various volunteer opportunities and their annual fundraising event, Spring Fever.

Chris Ascari

(EY / Senior Manager, Transaction Advisory Services - Real Estate)

Mallory Ciotti

(Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, Cause Marketing Coordinator)

Meredith Colbert

(Alliant, Lead Consultant)

James Desmond

(The Coca-Cola Company, Senior Manager, Commercial Leadership)

Molly Lawrence

(Emory University School of Medicine Office of Faculty Development, Program Coordinator)

Kyle MacDonald

(Keller Knapp Realty, Real Estate Consultant & Marketer)

Emily McGhee

(Alliant Employee Benefits, Vice President, Lead Consultant)

Keeley McKenzie

(IHG - Associate Brand Manager, Global Guest Experience)

Audrey Merkel

(KPMG, Associate Director - Marketing)

Rebecca Moye

(Comcast, Financial Analyst II, Care Finance)

Vy Pham

(SunTrust Private Wealth, Vice President)

Gabe Pirela

(PMG, Senior Product Manager)

Gabriella Rozenblat

(Notable Health, Customer Success Manager)

Paige Russell

(PwC, Assurance Senior Associate)

Avery Schroeder

(Novità Communications, Account Executive)

Tim Smith

(Northwestern Mutual, Financial Advisor)

Liz Stanton

(Delta Air Lines, Managing Director, Domestic Pricing)

Christina Starr

(Home Depot, Senior Analyst, Brand Advocate, Online Merchandising)

Brett Switzer

(Baker Donelson, Attorney)

Leigh Ann Williams

(Revenue Analytics, Executive Assistant to the CEO)

Gordon Wyche

(Argonne Capital Group, Vice President)

Are you interested in joining this dynamic group of young professionals who are making a difference in the fight against childhood cancer? If so, please take a minute to read the benefits and expectations by clicking the button below.

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