Pat Falotico / The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
Patricia Falotico is the CEO of the Robert K Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Founded in 1964 by Robert Greenleaf, the Center advances the philosophy and practice of Servant Leadership which enriches individuals, builds better organizations and ultimately creates a better more caring society. The ultimate measure of success for a servant leader is how those served grow.
Pat retired from IBM following 31 years leading a broad range of projects including technical sales, sales management, service business development, software distribution, marketing and development of business partner relationships on the local, regional, national and international level. She served as IBM’s Senior State Executive for Georgia and Senior Location Executive for Atlanta; providing leadership for IBM in the community and across the state, linking Corporate Citizenship and Employee Engagement activities with strategic IBM initiatives.
Pat is active is several civic organizations and is committed to ensuring that all students have the opportunity to get a high quality education which enables them to becoming contributing members of society. She currently chairs on the United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Community Engagement Council and is an active alumn and volunteer of Leadership Atlanta. Pat mentors emerging women leaders through Pathbuilders’ Achieva program.
Pat holds a B.S. in math and computer science from Manhattan College. Originally from New York, Pat now lives in Marietta, Georgia with her family.
Yves Neidlinger / CulinaryLocal
President and CEO
Yves Neidlinger has worked in sales and marketing for technology companies for the past twenty years. He is an amateur chef and has 11 years experience working in the hospitality industry, including as the founder and CEO of CulinaryLocal.
Drew Dawson / The Headshot Truck
Drew Dawson is a Georgia native from Coweta County. Sharpsburg to be exact, which is where the The Walking Dead is filmed. Drew pursued a career in photography for 8 years in Los Angeles, learning and working with the top photographers in the business.
Drew mentored with, and learned to shoot from Adam Hendershott, a close friend and Co-Founder of the Headshot Truck. Drew joined The Headshot Truck after years of working for other photographers and freelancing in some pretty fantastic locations, like Hawaii, Alaska, and… Delaware. Drew left his home in rainy Seattle for sunny Los Angeles and has been with the Truck ever since, partnering up with the company to have a third truck brought to Atlanta.