Paul Sharman/The Sharman Law Group
In 2011, Paul opened The Sharman Law Firm to serve clients in overtime, employment discrimination, employee benefits and other employment-related disputes, as well as appellate clients. Paul is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, United States District Courts for the Northern District of Georgia, Middle District of Georgia and Southern District of Georgia, as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition to his practice as an Atlanta employment attorney, Paul serves on the Board of Directors of the North Fulton Bar Association and is also an active member of the Atlanta Bar Association, American Association for Justice and the National Employment Lawyers Association, Georgia chapter.
Kirkley Hennessy/Hennessy Transportation
Hennessy Transportation is an Atlanta based global ground transportation company providing luxury world-class service in over 500 cities and 1,200 airports. Their client list varies from personal luxury transportation to corporate group transportation. They are proud to say that virtually every Fortune 500 company relies on Hennessy every minute, every hour, every day. Brides and Grooms and their wedding party depend on Hennessy when moving the bridal party from the ceremony to the reception. Families count on Hennessy when they’re needing to get to the airport before the big vacation. So can you! Whether you are needing a sedan to the airport, a stretch limousine for a special night out, or a bus to get your corporate executives on location on time, Hennessy is the company you’re looking for.
Ehab Jaleel/Amana Academy Charter School
Amana Academy, a Fulton County public charter school serving 750 students, is the first K-8 Certified STEM School by the Georgia Department of Education. Founded on the principles of stewardship and responsibility, the school is incorporated in the state of Georgia as a non-profit charter school and is located in Alpharetta, GA. Amana’s unique set of educational approaches centers on the Harvard-based Expeditionary Learning model and is focused on preparing students for high academic achievement beyond what they think possible, so that they become active contributors to building a better world. In 2011, the school was named Georgia Charter School of the Year by the Coca-Cola Foundation, and it received a STEM Education Dissemination Award by the Georgia Department of Education in 2012. The school was also ranked the #1 Middle School in Georgia in 2010 by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, and awarded an Annie E. Casey Foundation Grant, among many other honors and awards for its commitment to environmental education and for its pioneering Arabic language program. Amana Academy students reside primarily in Alpharetta and Roswell and the school is open to all students who are eligible to attend Fulton County Public Schools during the specified open enrollment period without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, disabling condition, or English proficiency.