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March 05, 2014ATLANTA – The Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation announced the addition of nine new members to its Board of Trustees.
The Children's Foundation Board is charged with raising critical funds to help meet the growing needs of one of country's leading, nonprofit pediatric health care systems.
New trustees include Paul Bowers, president and chief executive officer of Georgia Power; Jack Cay IV, president of Palmer and Cay; Kristine Faulkner, vice president and general manager at Cox Communications; Dr. Jim Fortenberry, Children's pediatrician-in-chief; Nick McKay, CEO of EnviroScent; John Montag, president and chief information officer of A. Montag and Associates; Alison Moran, CEO of RaceTrac Petroleum; Cameron Sherrill, community volunteer and former president of Friends; and Tyler Woolson, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Georgia-Pacific.
In 2014, the Board of Trustees will focus its efforts on an annual gross fundraising goal of $61 million, including raising critical funds for Marcus Autism Center, Children's at Hughes Spalding and childhood obesity prevention.