Every opportunity we get, we pause to thank people in our community who make giving a priority. And during this month of Thanksgiving, we put our hands together and thank these Lifestyle Publications Givers.
Julie Davis Salisbury
Julie is co-founder of a private foundation to fund curriculum, teacher training and certifications outside the budget for Atlanta Public Schools. She chairs the Grants Committee for University of Georgia’s Parent Leadership Council to support student organizations. She lives in Historic Brookhaven and is owner of The Bee Colony, a marketing & communications consulting company.
Madeline gives back to the swimming world as a US Swimming Administrative Official and as the Swimming Commissioner for the recent 2019 Maccabiah Games at the JCC. She lives in Buckhead, is a realtor with Harry Norman, has three grown children and started a Facebook page for Atlanta Swim Moms.
Girls On The Run became part of her life in the Spring of 2006, while she was working as a Literacy Coach for Atlanta Public Schools. Since then, she has launched programs at several schools recruiting friends to become coaches, buddy runners, and donors and now motivates as the Site Coordinator at Garden Hills Elementary school. The GOTR weekly lessons and activities provide girls with tools and strategies to deal with life, from building and sustaining healthy relationships, coping with body image and leading a balanced, joyful life. She lives in Smyrna and coaches girls from the Buckhead school.
She is a soccer coach for her three kids’ soccer teams at DUMC and serves as Social Chair for the Mill Glen Swim and Tennis Board. She is active in women’s and mixed doubles Alta tennis, lives in Dunwoody and works in Buckhead as the Outreach Manager for the Georgia Chapter of JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).
Sarah is a leader with WyldLife, YoungLife’s middle school ministry with a focus on building relationships with middle schoolers. Every other week during the school year, she holds “Club” with the kids where we play games, have skits, and just aim to bring fun and positivity into their stressful lives. She lives in West Midtown and works at Domino Media Group, lifestyle-based, brand-driven public relations firm based in Atlanta
Jason A. Halliburton
Jason volunteers in the mentoring program at the Robinson Business School at Georgia State University. He works in the Buckhead office at Merrill Lynch and lives in East Cobb. He is a current Corporate Cabinet Member of The Woodruff Arts Center and a Legacy Advisor for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. He serves as a Board Member for Georgia State University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute Alumni Network, and as a Graduate Mentor for the Robinson College of Business. He serves as a volunteer for Atlanta Mission, and supports the vision of Polo in the Pines, a non-profit which partners with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. With a strong connection to his heritage, he was also the Founding Board Member of the Jamaican Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta.
Many thanks to Act3 Productions for hosting our photoshoot. This month, catch BABY on stage. Is there anything more exciting, frightening and utterly transformational than impending parenthood? “Baby,” the musical from the acclaimed duo, Richard Maltby, Jr., and David Shire, examines how parents-to-be experience the emotional stresses and triumphs, as well as the desperate lows and the comic highs that accompany the anticipation and arrival of a baby. Act3Productions.org