Fred Burke, CEO and chairman of Guardian Pharmacy Services, is an entrepreneur’s entrepreneur. Fred believes that when you empower employees to maximize their potential, smart, motivated people can attain incredible success. Fred’s company, Guardian Pharmacy Services, implements a very successful local autonomy business model to support their pharmacy partners across the country and is now the nation’s third largest long-term care (LTC) pharmacy company with 34 locations serving 22 states and more than 100,000 senior residents.
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After earning an MA in Museum studies, and spending the first 7 years of her professional career in the Registrar’s office of Emory University’s Michael C. Carlos Museum, Stacey Savatsky earned her second master’s degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS). Her educational endeavors have always been related to museums, libraries and archives, weather through the study of art history, museum management, or library and archival science. After receiving her MLIS, she worked as Public Art Coordinator for the City of Atlanta and subsequently as Executive Director of Collections for a traveling exhibition company during which time she travelled world-wide, working with various types of collections. In 2008, Savatsky became a museum consultant, both continuing her international travels with exhibitions, and working locally with Atlanta area collectors and museums. Last August, Stacey accepted a full time position as Collections and Exhibitions Manager for The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, after spending the preceding 8 months as a grant-funded archivist, establishing processes and procedures for tracking and processing MOCA GA’s archival assets. She is responsible for exhibition logistics and collections stewardship of the MOCA GA Permanent collection, archives collections, and art library.
Sarah Hoots is the owner of Atlanta franchise SculptHouse, the world’s first fitness studio to combine the human-powered Lagree Megaformer and Woodway treadmill in a total-body class that melds together the elements of Pilates, cardio training and weights to create a revolutionary, body changing workout. The upscale studio features generous social spaces, a luxurious shower and blow dry bar, keyless lockers with USB phone chargers and a retail collection of high-fashion activewear by leading designers. Bringing this unique fitness method to Sandy Springs is a culmination of Sarah’s drive, commitment and perseverance to succeed. Sarah’s early equestrian years eventually led to competitive weight training, obstacle races and cycling. It was her need for low-impact, lengthening exercise that brought her to SculptHouse in 2016. After the first class, she was hooked and the quick waist-whittling results made her a believer in SculptHouse. Diagnosed with Stage 3 Melanoma in 2017, Sarah is a cancer survivor at age 27 and left the corporate world to share her passion for changing lives through fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Sarah believes in the profound power of an uplifting environment where individuality is celebrated, and people can sweat, smile, encourage, inspire and connect. She hopes to foster this sense of fun and community at her new Sandy Springs location, slated to open in summer 2018. Originally from Albany, Ga., Sarah put down roots in Atlanta in May of 2015 upon finishing graduate school at Lipscomb University in Nashville. An adventure traveler, she has trekked and explored throughout Europe and South America with hopes of conquering Mount Everest and Kilimanjaro by 2020. Sarah is also a fan of Renaissance History, Buckhead Church and great vegan restaurants