People Archive

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Healthcare Heroes

October 2007

Georgia's Top Public Servants

The 2007 Excellence in Public Service Awards presented by the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia, in partnership with Georgia Trend, recognize five of the state’s unsung heroes.

September 2007

Big Banking Presence

Wachovia’s Bill Liginfelter says his bank’s size and structure is a plus, when it comes to customer service and community involvement. As chairman-elect of the Metro Atlanta chamber, he’ll be tackling some tough transportation problems.

September 2007

Casey Cagle: Setting Out To Set A New Tone

Georgia’s lieutenant governor says despite a testy legislative session, education came out a winner. He’s looking ahead to the challenges of transportation and healthcare.

August 2007
Battling Breast Cancer

Battling Breast Cancer

July 2007
Mother Of Invention

Mother Of Invention

Mother Of Invention

July 2007
People Who Care

People Who Care

People Who Care

June 2007

Karen Handel: Voting Rites

Georgia’s Secretary of State says providing a paper trail for electronic voting is a matter of when, not if. But the transition needs to be a practical one, and getting it right could cost the state as much as $100 million.

May 2007

2007 Family Business Awards

Meet the winners of this year’s Family Business Awards selected by the Cox Family Enterprise Center at Kennesaw State University: Blalock Machinery & Equipment, College Park; Bowen Family Homes, Duluth; Southwire, Carrollton; and Fred W. Gretsch Enterprises, Savannah.

May 2007
Man Of Art

Man Of Art

Athens businessman, philanthropist and collector C.L. Morehead owns the largest private collection of the works of Georgia artist Lamar Dodd. His friendship with Dodd helped shape the state’s artistic legacy.

April 2007
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