Board of Directors
Chuck Alexander, Chairperson
Chuck Alexander is the Regional Director, Corporate
Properties Group, Southeast Negotiations Team for Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Chuck
has a BA in Political Science from Princeton University and a Master of City
& Regional Planning, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
Chuck has almost 30 years of experience working for
companies like Wells Fargo, AT&T, The Coca Cola Company, Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company and Westinghouse Credit Corporation in various real estate
positions. He currently has the responsibility for office, retail and ATM assets
for Wells Fargo. This includes 1400 Branches and approximately 5 million square
feet of owned and leased space.
Chuck is involved in various civic, charitable and professional organizations. He is a Trustee for Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church in Decatur, Georgia and he serves as a Georgia Mentor for the Georgia Mentor program. He is also the Wells Fargo representative for the Boy Scouts of America Peach of an Athlete program.
2010-2011 Board of Directors
Marjorie Bush, President & CEO
Marjorie Bush is currently the CEO of St. Jude’s Recovery Center, Inc. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia. During her tenure, St. Jude’s budget has grown from $195,000 to over $6 million, and the agency has expanded from one to seven facilities. St. Jude’s is DHR licensed and CARF accredited.
Marjorie has served on the following Georgia Department of Human Resources special committees: the Children’s Behavioral Health Study Committee, the Community Service Board Study Committee, the Substance Abuse Strategic Plan Development Committee, and she chaired the Substance Abuse Advisory Task Group. She also has served on the Fulton County Juvenile Court Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel. She is a member of the Board of Visitors for the University of Georgia School of Social Work
Marjorie was a founding member and past chairperson of the Georgia Association of Recovery Residences and a founding member and chairperson of the Georgia Association for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse. She served as the Secretary of the Board for the Georgia
Council on Substance Abuse and is a member of the Ridgeview Institute
Board. She is a 1999-2000 Hesselbein Community Innovation Fellow and was nominated and selected for the Stanford University Business School’s 2001 program for nonprofit leaders. Marjorie is also a member of the 2002 class of Leadership Atlanta. In 2005, Marjorie was selected by Business to Business Magazine as a “Diva” in the Atlanta business community, and in 2006, she was recognized at the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Russell Athletic Shootout with a “Women of Distinction” award.
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