Archive of: People

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Georgia Lobbyists: Here's The Buzz

Some say lobbying is influence peddling, pure and simple. Lobbyists themselves say they provide helpful information to legislators. No matter how you view the process, the real beneficiaries are the state's business interests.

January 2006

The 100 Most Influential Georgians

For the eighth year, we offer our annual listing of the state's most powerful citizens - the 100 Most Influential Georgians, a roster of individuals who wield influence in business, government, politics, public policy, education, the judiciary and other areas that impact every aspect of every Georgian's daily life.

January 2006

The 100 Most Influential Georgians [A-F]

For the eighth year, we offer our annual listing of the state's most powerful citizens - the 100 Most Influential Georgians, a roster of individuals who wield influence in business, government, politics, public policy, education, the judiciary and other areas that impact every aspect of every Georgian's daily life.

January 2006

Volunteer's Volunteer, Leader's Leader

To those dedicated to education, the arts and community building, Ann Cramer is the face of IBM.

December 2005

First Responder

Waffle House's Joe Rogers, Jr. explains how the Norcross-based 24-hour restaurant chain's hurricane response effort worked - and why.

December 2005
2005 40 Under 40

2005 40 Under 40

For almost a decade, Georgia Trend has been identifying the state's most outstanding resource - its emerging business, cultural, government and academic leaders.

October 2005
20 Years, 20 Leaders

20 Years, 20 Leaders

Some of the names and faces that have appeared in our pages over the past two decades have left the limelight, but others still exert an influence in the business and political arenas.

September 2005
Good Shepherds

Good Shepherds

Thirty years ago, Alana Shepherd just wanted better treatment for her son's spinal cord injury. Today the center she created is a beacon of hope for a better recovery, a better life and, perhaps, a cure.

July 2005
Making History

Making History

When Leah Ward Sears is sworn in as the Georgia Supreme Court's new chief justice, she will assume a role she has been preparing for all her life.

June 2005
The Genuine Article

The Genuine Article

BellSouth's Phil Jacobs presides over a rapidly-changing telecom arena in which competition is growing ever more fierce. Colleagues say he balances power with decency and magnanimity.

May 2005
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