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Ivette Lopez / Human Rights Campaign
Ivette Lopez Sisniega is Atlanta Dinner Co-chair for 2016-2017 galas. Originally from Mexico by way of Texas, her passions meet at the intersection of gay, lesbian and Latino issues. Shes volunteered with various organizations including the Latin American Association, Young Hispanic Professional Austin Association, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Austin, Latinintas, an online magazine written by Latinas for Latinas and ALLGO, a Texas statewide organization for queer people of color, among others. Shes been an LGBT marketing thought leader, blogger and the first female co-chair of the LGBT marketing team for public relations firm, Fleishman-Hillard. Ivette is a seasoned PR and Corporate Communications professional with InterContinental Hotels Group and has worked for companies such as Sony, UPS and AT&T.
Andrew Land / Human Right Campaign
Andrew C. Land is a Realtor in Atlanta, Georgia. He was twice graduated from Clemson University with degrees both in business management and history. Following a decade in nonprofit development, management, and consulting, Land plunged full-time into real estate brokerage in the metropolitan Atlanta area. He is still active with several nonprofit entities, including the Atlanta Clemson Club, the Atlanta History Center, Emory University, and the Human Rights Campaign, for which he serves on a regional steering committee and on its national Board of Governors. An avid armchair historian, he regularly speaks about and has written extensively on the history of Atlanta and particularly the impacts of Robert W. Woodruff, longtime head of The Coca-Cola Company.
He lives in Atlanta, where he enjoys time with his husband and their dog, Gus, as well as the many cultural and recreational opportunities that city and region have to offer.
Tenisha Bell / Pitch Perfect Media Group
Tenisha served as an executive producer for CNN for closely 12 years making critical decisions as major news events unfolded. She is conversant with the changing, fast paced media dynamics and the need to act/respond quickly. She was responsible for the execution of live programming on a daily basis. She served as an executive producer for CNN anchors such as Don Lemon, Wolf Blitzer, TJ Holmes, Fredericka Whitfield and many more.Tenisha has worked across the country at CBS, FOX, NBC and ABC television affiliates. She led one of the countries largest professional chapters of minority journalists, Atlanta Association of Black Journalists. As president, her leadership, vision and marketing expertise were instrumental in program development, event planning and raising the organization’s local and national profile. Tenisha holds a Bachelors Degree in communication from Clark Atlanta University and a Masters of Public Administration from Kennesaw State University where she also serves as an adjunct professor in the journalism department.
A Chicago native, Tenisha is very active in the Atlanta community. She is the chair for the women’s ministry at her church, Destiny World Church. She is a member of LEAD Atlanta, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. And she serves on various boards and organizations.