Serving Gwinnett County & beyond
Located at 2435 Tech Center Pkwy NE, Lawrenceville, GA
After retiring in 2011 from a 30+ year career in the communications electronics industry, Dan launched a ministry to donate multimedia and audio/visual services to deserving non-profit organizations. Landreth Media has served areas of animal rescue, cancer, special needs individuals, churches and private Christian schools with support for social networking platform promotions, live events and fundraising. Previously, Dan managed product development of electronic systems, products and software for satellite and other wireless communications product manufacturers. An alumnus of The Wharton School, Western Kentucky University and Tennessee Technological University; Dan is now focused on service to give back to God and community.
Sarah Lee is an Entrepreneur in every sense of the word and is intensely passionate about all things Real Estate. With a track record of building successful companies in a career that spans 25 years, Sarah is recognized as a leader in the housing industry with deep knowledge of Residential Construction, New Home Sales & Marketing, Real Estate Investment and Business Operations.
Sarah currently owns and operates a successful home building company, is a licensed Realtor and Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) with a team of productive agents in the Atlanta and Athens areas, and invests personally in opportunistic real estate ventures. She is a graduate of Emory University, holding a BA in English and a Master in Public Health in Management. Sarah is the mother of three amazing girls and lives close to Athens, GA with her husband Rob.
Head of School, Camperdown Academy, Greenville South Carolina. Dan has an extensive background in leadership in private schools of children with Dyslexia. Prior to coming to Camperdown, he also served in leadership with Baltimore Lab School and Jemicy School both located in Maryland. He has been at Camperdown for over 10 years as Head of School, during that time he has balanced the budget, double the size of the student population, and fund-raised enough to build a new campus for the school. He is a board member at Sage, Camp Spring Creek and the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee. Dan and his wife have 3 daughters.
Mark began his career in Banking. First as a Portfolio Accountant with the Bankers Bank and later as a Commercial Underwriter with Jackson State Bank (now Wells Fargo). Mark went on the become Senior Vice President of Pteron, Inc, a boutique real estate development firm focusing on commercial properties throughout the Northwest and Hawaii. Returning to Georgia in 2007, Mark began to focus on Capital Investments and Asset Management, specifically in the Hospitality Sector, first with McKibbon Hotel Group and then with Intercontinental Hotel Group. In 2011, Mark become CFO and a minority owner at Atlantic Engineering Group, a fiber-to-the-home design/build firm. During his tenure as CFO, Atlantic Engineering Group, experienced significant growth, with a portion of the company selling in 2014. In 2014, Mark co-founded Atlantic Fiber Networks, a firm dedicated to building and owning fiber assets with a focus on public education via the E-Rate Program. In 2017, Mark sold his interests in Atlantic Fiber Networks and joined Uniti Fiber (Nasdaq: UNIT) to lead their Education Division. In January 2018, Mark accepted the role as CFO at World Fiber Technologies, one of the leading telecommunication and intelligent transportation construction companies in the Southeastern United States. Mark currently lives in Athens, GA and is an active Board Member at the Northeast Georgia Foodbank and the Sage School.
Joe is a successful Executive within the Telecommunications industry. As Vice President of Sales with Uniti Fiber, Joe is instrumental in the development of the company’s Wholesale, Enterprise and Partner strategy and implementation. He has worked in the telecommunications industry for 24 years. Prior to joining Uniti Fiber, Joe held Sr. Leadership roles at Global Capacity and FiberLight along with management responsibilities with XO and MCI. Joe is active with the Technology Association of Georgia, is a board member of NGN and chairs the Sage School board. He has a long history of volunteerism and working with children. Joe and his wife Angela have 5 children and are also involved in various sporting activities.
Angela Patton, M.S., CCC-SLP founded Sage School in 2009 after recognizing the critical need for a specialized school for children in Gwinnett County with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia. As a Speech and Language Pathologist with over 25 years’ experience in hospitals and schools and certified in the Orton-Gillingham Approach, Angela began a grassroots initiative housed in a church basement with four students. Within the span of just 15 years, Sage School has blossomed and now houses nearly 90 students and 30 Orton-Gillingham certified educators.
Sage School is accredited by both the Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC) and is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). During her tenure as Head of School, enrollment grew exponentially year after year, as did the distance parents would drive to provide their children with a Sage School education. Currently, the student body draws students from 10 counties in northeast Georgia. In addition to her duties as Head of School at Sage, Angela served on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Branch of the International Dyslexia Association for two terms. At the beginning of the 2019 academic year, Angela transitioned from Head of School to the Director of Strategic Development for Sage. In this role, Angela will develop, oversee and help implement programs, initiatives as well as the short- and long-term plans that support Sage School’s mission to empower dyslexic students to thrive. Her role combines student advocacy, fundraising, marketing and strategic growth for Sage School.
Bonnie Rich has over 20 years of experience in a variety of civil matters, including litigation, estate planning, family law and business matters. She has represented individuals, business owners and local governments and has served as in house counsel for a major financial services corporation. In addition, since 2008 she has taught law students valuable skills in litigation, client counseling and professional and ethical responsibility.
Bonnie is a graduate of the Honors Program at the University of Georgia, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1991. She received her Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, from Georgia State University in 1994.
Bonnie has been married since 1999 to Randy Rich, who is a Superior Court Judge in Gwinnett County. They have two children and live in Suwanee.
I provide outside general counsel services to small businesses in Georgia. My clients rely on me for advice for their day-to-day general legal issues and certain specialty issues. Although most of my clients are general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and equipment rental companies, my clients are not limited to the construction industry. I also represent small businesses and individuals with custom building projects on their property, whether they are building a production facility or a custom home, or are remodeling, renovating or restoring an existing structure.
I am passionate about protecting my clients’ properties, particularly from lien claims. Therefore, I provide advice throughout the whole construction process, from negotiating contracts with the general contractor and subcontractors, to lien releases for progress payments, through completion of the project and final lien releases.
In addition to construction-related issues, I advise my clients regarding: choice of entity and entity dissolution; buy/sell agreements; contract issues and litigation; commercial lease issues; employee issues; employment contracts/independent contractor agreements; restrictive employment covenants; confidential disclosure agreements; corporate compliance; lien claims and foreclosure; post-judgment collection; and appeals. I also represent homeowners’ and property owners’ associations with issues ranging from enforceability of their covenants and bylaws, to collecting delinquent dues, assessments and/or fines, to lien issues specific to homeowners’ and property owners’ associations.
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Ryan is currently Senior Vice President with Classic City Bank in Athens, GA. Prior to joining Classic City Bank in January of 2021, he was Vice President with Cadence Bank, NA. His path to Cadence Bank came from the acquisition of State Bank & Trust in 2018 and the sale of the National Bank of Georgia in 2016. Prior to 2015, Ryan was employed at a boutique accounting firm in Atlanta. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Hope Haven of Northeast Georgia, which prepares, empowers, and connects adults with developmental disabilities. He is a 2008 graduate of the University of Georgia and resides in Athens with his wife, Stefanie, and their three young boys.