Beth Howell is charged with guiding the Charity and leading its growth. Most recently, Beth led the successful completion of a capital campaign to build a new Ronald McDonald House near Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. A visionary leader, Beth has identified additional opportunities to magnify the Charity’s impact. Under her guidance, ARMHC has launched a new Ronald McDonald House Care Mobile, a 2020 Strategy and will continue to grow in 2018.
Prior to her tenure at ARMHC, Beth worked with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for more than two decades.
Richard DeAugustinis (Rich), Chairman*
Vice-President, McDonald’s Division Worldwide, The Coca-Cola Company
Karen Bailey, Vice Chairperson*
Retired, Georgia-Pacific Corporation
David J. Lerner, Treasurer*
Partner, Ascent CPA Group, LLC/ AGL P.C.
Executive Vice President – Consumer Products Practice, Capgemini America
James Bria (Jim)
Finance Director, Georgia/Alabama District
Regional Vice President – Southeast, United Healthcare National Accounts
Senior Vice President, Business Development, Manhattan Associates, Inc.
President/Owner, TRUE Staffing, Inc.
Senior Vice President, Operations & Chief Nursing Officer, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Vivian de Jesus
Bayshore Grove, Inc., McDonald’s Owner/Operator
William F. Donahue (Bill)
Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Paper
Assistant Vice President-Credit and Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Chef & Partner, Local Three Restaurant
Lynn Messer Hawkins
McDonald’s Owner Operator, Messer and Messer, LLC
Senior Vice President Inventory Services, Manheim – Cox Automotive
Hurt & Hurt Restaurants, Inc., McDonald’s Owner/Operator
Andrew W. Jung (Andy)*
Vice President & Co-Director of Research/Portfolio Manager, Montag & Caldwell
Thomas H. Kirbo (Tom)
*Past Board Chairman
President, SK Commercial Realty, LLC
Founder, Kurlander Consulting
Principal Consultant, Human Resources-Global Solutions, The Clorox Company
Retired, President – Bound South, Inc., McDonald’s Owner/Operator
Executive Vice President, Resource Group Director, Media Brokers International
McDonald’s Owner/Operator, Golden Partners, Inc.
Matthew D. Richardson (Matt)
Partner, Alston & Bird LLP
President, Nash Smith, Inc. dba Healthsource Chiropractic
Richard L. Sparkmon*
Partner, Sparkmon Advisory Services, LLC
Pamela Storm (Pam)
Founder, Rent Marketplace
Senior Vice President, Georgia Pacific Professional
John V. Tamasi
McDonald’s Owner/Operator, JVT Enterprises
Robert H. Turner, III (Rob)
Founding Member, InTown Legal
Robert L. Ward, Jr. (Bob)
Senior Vice President, Principal, Colliers International – Atlanta Office Services Group
Wyatt J. Whaley
Vice President Sales and Business Development, ZTE USA
Craig A. Williams*
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Global McDonald’s Division at The Coca-Cola Company
S. Clifton Willimon, M.D. (Cliff)
Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Children’s Orthopedics of Atlanta
* Denotes Executive Committee Members
Nate Medina, Chair*
Vice President, Sales Strategy GP Pro|Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Bradley Alford (Brad)
Principal, Alpha Capital Management
Vice President, Sales Capability & Strategic Customer The McDonald’s Division – The Coca-Cola Company
First Vice President-Wealth Management
UBS Financial Services, Inc.
Christopher Chelette (Chris)
Vice President, Planning, Design & Construction, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Ellen Cohen Laddin
Founder/CEO, Smartsy LLC
Managing Director, Health Research Partnerships
Director, Georgia Institute of Technology & Children’s Healthcare
of Atlanta Partnership
Health IT Strategic Partners Officer
Vice President of Sales and Distribution
Joshua J. Gregory
Vice President, Principal, Colliers International
Ann E. Haight, M.D.
Medical Director, Aflac Clinical Research Office, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston
Senior Project Manager, Georgia Department of Economic Development
President/CEO, Spiritus Healthcare Consulting
Managing Partner/Client Relations, Jab Tek
Project Consultant, Office of the Chief Operating Officer, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Chief of Staff, Arthur M. Blank Family of Businesses
Michael McCool (Mike)
Financial Advisor, Consolidated Planning Corporation Advisors
Brian P. Matthews
Account Executive, Comcast Spotlight
President/Executive Director, Craig Miller Productions, Inc.
Vice President, Cresa Atlanta
Michael J. Slocum (Mike)
Assistant Vice President – Customer Engagement, The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s Division
Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Core5 Industrial Partners
Operations Manager, Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC
Senior Program Management Principal, North Highland
Regional Director, The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s Division Worldwide
President & CEO
Vice President of Administration
Vice President of Operations
Carrie A. Bowden
Marketing & Communications Director
Director of Development
Volunteer Services Manager
Our House near Egleston
Jamesse W. Barbine
Mary Beth Caruso
Our House near Scottish Rite
Donor Relations and Database Manager
Director of Special Events
Special Events Coordinator
Volunteer Services Manager
Our House near Scottish Rite
Family Support Services Manager
Our House near Egleston
Family Room Coordinator
Marketing & Communications Manager
The Marketing & Communications Manager plays a primary role within ARMHC by leading marketing, social media and revenue building initiatives to raise awareness of and increase understanding for our mission. Position reports to the Marketing & Communications Director.
A detailed position description is available here.
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Carrie Bowden, Director of Marketing & Communications.
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS INTERN
The Marketing & Communications intern plays a supportive role to marketing & communications team. This position assists with the planning, development and execution of the marketing strategy; drafts internal and external communications; and completes other administrative duties as assigned. Minimum of 10-weeks full time or part-time is preferred, but not required. This unpaid internship is designed for current undergraduate students or recent college graduates. School credit may be applied for this internship.
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Carrie Bowden, Marketing and Communications Director.
SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN
The Special Events Intern plays a supportive role to Special Events Team. This position assists with the planning and execution of charity hosted fundraisers and third party events; assists with organizing and recruiting for auctions; highly encouraged to coordinate his/her own third party fundraiser in their community to raise awareness about ARMHC while interning; and completes other administrative duties as assigned. Minimum of 10-weeks full time or part-time is preferred, but not required. This unpaid internship is designed for current undergraduate students or recent college graduates with experience in events. School credit may be applied for this internship.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Caroline Tate, Special Events Director.
VOLUNTEER SERVICES INTERN
The Volunteer Services Intern plays a supportive role to the Volunteer Services Manager and House Team. This position assists in all aspects of managing, recruiting and training volunteers to House Management. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to: providing tours, assisting families in family care and check-ins, special events, database entry, solicitations and administrative duties. Minimum of 10-weeks full or part time is preferred, but not required. This unpaid internship is designed for current undergraduate students or recent college graduates. School credit may be applied for this internship.
To apply, please send resume and cover letters to Jessica Perez, Volunteer Services Manager.
FAMILY SERVICES & HOUSE INTERN
The Family Services and House Intern plays a supportive role to the House Managers, families and children, and volunteers. This position will assist in all aspects of assisting families staying at our House to aiding House Managers and volunteers. Additional responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting families in family care and check-ins, special events, database entry, and administrative duties. Minimum of 10-weeks full or part time is preferred, but not required. This unpaid internship is designed for current undergraduate students or recent college graduates. School credit may be applied for this internship.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to April Smith, Family Support Services Manager.