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Clarence Jackson is the director for sustainable supply chain at Cox Enterprises, a privately held global conglomerate. Clarence serves as the Vice President for the Chattahoochee Nature Center board of trustees. He also serves on the board of directors for the International Newspapers Group. Clarence resides in the Atlanta area with his wife and daughter where they enjoy spending time in nature and volunteering in the community.
Harriette Hoyt has been actively involved with the Chattahoochee Nature Center since 2008. She became a board member in 2012 and served as the chairperson from 2015-2018. Harriette enjoys volunteering in the local community. She is experienced in working with non-profit boards, serving as chairperson of EarthShare of Georgia as well as the Atlanta Audubon Society. Harriette was also a Pathbuilders, Inc. mentor for five years. Harriette received her Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and worked in high tech leadership roles for over 20 years. She is a Georgia native and resides in Roswell, Georgia. Her interests include playing tennis, golf, and traveling.
Mid Thorne is a Business Development Officer in Wells Fargo’s Commercial Banking group. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia with degrees in Finance and Agricultural Economics. He also holds a MBA in Finance from Georgia State University. Mid is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and field trialing with his Boykin Spaniel, fishing, and related outdoor pursuits. He enjoys introducing kids to the outdoors and CNC. He and his wife Diana are the proud parents of Sallee Hamrick Thorne, who is equally enthusiastic about the outdoors and CNC.
Nick DiLuzio is a partner at NewFields, an environmental consulting firm headquartered in Atlanta. At NewFields, Nick works with a wide variety of clients on environmental litigation, remediation, environmental data analysis and management, liability assessment, and cost allocation amongst responsible parties at Superfund sites. His work spans the country and the world. Nick has a B.S. in Biology from Davidson College and Masters degrees in Environmental Management and Forestry from Duke University. Nick and his wife live in Smyrna and have two young kids. Nick grew up a few miles from the Chattahoochee Nature Center and fist visited when he was four years old. His kids love visiting CNC and will soon attend Camp Kingfisher when they are old enough.
May P. and Francis L. Abreu Charitable Trust
James G. Coyle
Hospitality Staffing Solutions
Stevens & Wilkinson
Executive Strategies, Inc.
Robert (Bob) Hagan
Lisa Hyde, Finance Chair
Cox Enterprises, Inc., retired
Gary Ludi, M.D.
North Atlanta Surgical Assoc.
Carli McDonald, J.D.
Cristine Schulz, Development Chair
Alston & Bird (retired)
FPT-WRT Holding Co., LLC
Kazmarek Mowrey Cloud Laseter, LLP