This special edition of “TravelSafely with Bryan Mulligan” features the second installment of a limited series called “Coping with COVID”. Hosted by Bryan Mulligan, the President of Applied Information, “Coping with Covid” shares the stories and successes of people and organizations during these unprecedented times of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Joining Bryan on this installment is Michael “Sully” Sullivan, the President and CEO of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia, to discuss how the engineering community is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic
Michael “Sully” Sullivan/American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia
Michael “Sully” Sullivan is the President and CEO of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia. He currently serves on the following statewide and regional boards: Georgia Chamber of Commerce (Board of Governors & Board of Directors); Georgia Transportation Alliance (Executive Committee and Past Chairman); and Council for Quality Growth (Board of Directors). Sully also previously served as a member of the State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia – TCSG (appointed by Governor Sonny Perdue in 2007 and reappointed by Governor Nathan Deal in 2013 and 2018); Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (appointed by Governor Nathan Deal in 2018); Gwinnett County Water & Sewer Authority (Chairman, 2008-2019, Member 2003-2019); Brookwood Schools Foundation Board of Trustees; and the Gwin Oaks Elementary School Council. Sully also previously served as the President of the National Association of Engineering Council Executives (NAECE).
Sully has been named to Georgia Trend Magazine’s annual list of 100 Most Influential Georgians; James Magazine’s annual list of Most Influential Georgians; James Magazine’s annual list of Georgia Super Lawyers; and named a Georgia Super Lawyer Rising Star by Law & Politics and Atlanta Magazine. Sully has been actively engaged in politics for more than 25 years at the local and statewide level and has served as counsel, advisor and campaign manager for numerous elected officials, candidates, political organizations and regional and local referendum campaigns.
Prior to joining ACEC Georgia in August 2012, Sully was an attorney and equity partner at Andersen, Tate & Carr, one of Metro Atlanta’s largest full-service law firms, where he led the Government Relations, Land Use & Zoning practice and represented clients in all types of government relations matters at both the state and local levels.
About Applied Information
Applied Information is a leading developer of connected, intelligent transportation system (ITS) solutions designed to improve safety, reliability and mobility. Applied Information’s Glance Smart City Supervisory platform allows cities to manage all their traffic and ITS assets on one web-based application. This includes 5 key areas: Traffic Intersections, School Beacons, Parking Guidance System, Mobile Vehicle Assets and ITS devices. AI’s Glance TravelSafely smartphone app connects drivers, cyclists and pedestrians for a safer commute.
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