Insights: News Releases Whitney Deal Named To Hands On Atlanta's Advisory Council
ATLANTA (August 8) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Whitney Deal, the firm’s Director of Corporate Citizenship, was named to the Advisory Council of Hands On Atlanta, which provides volunteer opportunities for individuals, families and businesses with more than 200 nonprofit organizations and schools in the Atlanta area.
The Advisory Council is comprised of 22 top professionals in the Atlanta community with leadership roles in a wide variety of organizations. As Kilpatrick Townsend’s Director of Corporate Citizenship, Ms. Deal oversees the firm’s philanthropic, pro bono, volunteer, sustainability, and diversity & inclusion initiatives.
In the late 1980s, Hands On Atlanta sparked a grassroots volunteer movement in Atlanta, igniting a dynamic service model that has since spread to communities across the country. As one of the nation’s largest community-based volunteer service organizations, Hands On Atlanta brings people together every day to transform neighborhoods, support nonprofit organizations and strengthen our city’s public schools.
Hands On Atlanta is an affiliate of Hands On Network, an international alliance of volunteer organizations with affiliates in the U.S., the Philippines, Brazil, China and South Africa. To learn more visit www.handsonatlanta.org.
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