Southface Members

Southface members provide critical support for the mission-driven programs we deliver. Corporations, government agencies, local nonprofits and professionals make up the core of our network. We are proud to have the support of the organizational and professional members listed below.

Sustainability Circle
Corporate Contributing Members
Nonprofit and Corporate Supporting Members
Professional Members
Sustainability Circle

Sustaining - $5,000

The Southface Sustainability Circle is the highest level of recognition we offer. Supporters at this level are key partners in the work we do and provide us with the connections and resources to strategically position Southface for the future.

Bradley Currey

Baker Donelson

Cox Enterprises/Cox Conserves

EarthShare of Georgia

Energy Foundation

The JPB Foundation

The Kendeda Fund

Mohawk Group

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation, Inc.

Passiflora Garden Design, Inc.

Patterson Services

Superior Essex

Teknion

Thorpe Family Foundation

TOTO

The Turner Foundation

Patron - $2,500

Aspecta™

EcoDistricts

Georgia Tech - Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain

Caroline Pendergrast and Dennis Creech

The Woda Group, Inc.

Partner - $1,500

Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc.

Lane Hajack Barton

David Burghardt & Elizabeth Pendergrast

Compost Wheels

The Cook's Warehouse

Eventologie

Jeff George

Daniel Gerding

Gilbane Building Company

Healthy Eating 101

Heirloom Market BBQ

High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet

The Home Depot Foundation

Huber Engineered Woods LLC

Kennesaw State University Michael A. Leven School of Culinary Sustainability & Hospitality

Macy’s

Panasonic

Skanska USA

St. Regis Atlanta

UPS

Wolfgang Puck Catering, Georgia Aquarium

Zolene Gluten-Free Delights

Steward - $1000

Linda Bolan

Chris Boyle

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Coca Cola Company

Sheldon Cohen

Columbia Property Trust

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

Compton Sales, Inc.

Leon Eplan

Gensler

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Design

Georgia Power

InterContinental Hotels Group

Jo Ann Herold

John Izard

Linda A. Klein

Kroger

Lord Aeck Sargent

PV Heating & Air

Rexel

Serenbe

John Sibley

Henry and Ellen Slack

Stevens & Wilkinson

SunTrust

Ultra-Aire

The University Financing Foundation, Inc.

Walter F. Reeves

WaterSignal

Wells Fargo

Professional Members
NameTitleOrganizationLinkedin Profile
Cotten AlstonBroker AssociateHarry Norman , Realtorshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cottenalston/
Laura CarterEvent SpecialistAvalon Cateringhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/lauracarter84
Bruce EdelstonPresidentEnergy Policy Group, LLChttps://www.linkedin.com/in/edelston/
Rob JohnsonOwner/ConsultantRob R Johnson Ltd. Cohttp://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-johnson-5114202
Bill MorrisonSenior Vice PresidentPortman Holdingshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-morrison-ccm-leed-ap-86a76924/
John NoelPresidentEnergy + Environment LLChttp://www.linkedin.com/in/john-e-noel-54a7509
Shea RobertsMember/OwnerGiacoma Roberts & Daughdrill, LLChttps://www.linkedin.com/in/shea-roberts-206b525/
Leonard RobinsonChief Sustainability StrategistSustainable Environmental Management Companyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/leonardrobinson/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/sustainable-environmental-management-company/
Stephanie StuckeySustainability Services DirectorSouthfacehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-stuckey-b9b0847/
Steve WilliamsResellerWaterSignalhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/therainsaver/

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