It also will focus on expanding the awareness of domestic violence and encouraging continuous dialogue around this epidemic. The partnership will partner with A Call to Men to host the breakfast to encourage non-violent men to become part of the solution for ending domestic violence by promoting healthy relationships.
Guests will include: Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens; Jim Smith, executive vice president and chief marketing and revenue officer of the Atlanta Falcons; Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson; SEC Network game analyst Matt Stinchcomb; Greg Loughlin, executive director of the Georgia Commission on Domestic Violence; David Greene of CBS Atlanta; Alex Koutouzis, president of Brand Mortgage; Richard Fairey, president of Brand Bank; and WSB-TV morning anchor Fred Blankenship, the emcee.
Speakers will include Marcus Delgado, the partnership's board chairman and assistant general counsel for Cox Communications Inc.; Ted Bunch, co-founder and co-director of A Call to Men; Tony Porter, co-founder of A Call to Men; and Daphne Walker, the partnership's president and CEO.
Information and registration: www.padv.org