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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Foundation Chair||Bonnie Hardage|
|Membership Chair||Ben Ragin|
Huge thanks to Josh Moreland, Jonathan Byrd, Bonnie Hardage, Bob Cunningham, and Jared Sobelson for putting together a great kickoff event this past Saturday for the 9th Annual Service Above Self Invitational! More than $40,000 in commitments was raised to support Shepherd Center's SHARE Military Initiative, and a great time was had by all!
Congratulations to STEVE SMOAK, the 2018-2019 Brookhaven Rotarian of the Year! Our Club has enjoyed a wonderful year of fellowship through a series of fantastic Family of Rotary events and a great holiday party -- all thanks to Steve. Congratulations on a very well-deserved honor!
Brent Morris has more than twenty-five years of commercial insurance experience with companies such as GE Capital/Employers Reinsurance, American International Group, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Humana, and Peachtree Benefit Group. He specializes in group medical insurance and employee benefit packages.As Vice President of Business Development for CBIZ Employee Benefits, his role includes consulting and broker services to commercial clients.He helps build insurance programs that replicate fortune 500 company benefits for clients with 20+ employees.
Mr. Morris is a graduate of Dunwoody High School and Georgia State University’s school of Risk Management & Insurance.
He is the past Chair of the Chamblee Business Association, a director and founding member of the Chamblee Chamber of Commerce, past Chair of the Dunwoody Perimeter Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as Secretary. He is the past Chairman of the North East Georgia Soap Box Derby Association, is on the Entrepreneurship Program Advisory Board for the Interactive College of Technology, and past President of the Chamblee Kiwanis Club.
He currently resides in Johns Creek with his fiancé Kathy.In addition to serving in a variety of volunteer positions, Mr. Morris spends his free time with his nieces & nephews and is an avid marksman, hunter and angler.
Chris Chelette is Vice President, Planning Design & Construction at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Chris is accountable for facilities planning, design, development, and construction at existing and future facilities within the Children’s system. Additionally, Chris oversees the master facility plan and facility-related issues that support the strategic plan, ensures that space and facility needs of the organization are met, and manages the real estate portfolio.
For over 19 years, Chris has centered his career on healthcare and life science construction. He has provided project management and executive oversight on projects across the country in both the non-profit and for-profit healthcare sectors. Specifically in Georgia, Chris has been involved with several of the large hospital systems in Atlanta, Augusta, and Savannah.
Growing up in Nashville, Tennessee, Chris earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a Master’s Degree in Construction Engineering and Management from Georgia Institute of Technology. Chris and his wife, Tonya, live in Alpharetta, Georgia, with their two sons, Brayden and Mason.