CISV Atlanta Chapter Board of Directors
President – 2017 term ending 2020 (2nd term)
Aaron has been involved in CISV since 2013, and currently sits as CISV Atlanta President. He received his Masters in Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University. Aaron has worked in advocacy roles for immigrants and refugees, and currently works for Citizen Advocacy of Atlanta and DeKalb working to provide protection and advocacy for people with disabilities.
Local Junior Representative / Junior Branch – 2019 term ending 2020
[Vice President of Programs]
Vice President of Programs – 2016 term ending 2019 (1st term)
Treasurer – 2019 term ending 2021 (1st term)
Denise and her husband have owned and operated Outlaw Consulting, a tax credit consulting firm in Peachtree City, GA for the past 20 years. She graduated from Emory University with a BBA in Accounting and soon after acquired her CPA license. She worked for several public accounting firms performing audits and tax return prep before joining her husband at Outlaw Consulting, Inc.
Elected to the board in 2017, Denise serves as Treasurer and member of the Finance and Governance committees. Denise became an active volunteer in the CISV Atlanta Area Chapter shortly after her children began participating in 2007. She watched both of her children mature as they participated in a variety of offered programs culminating in her son’s positions on the local and national JB boards. She has hosted family stays for Village, Youth Meeting, and Interchange. The ability of CISV to instill confidence and cultural awareness in its participants paired with its ability to develop independent thinkers and leaders of the future is what has kept her involved for the past 10 years.
In her free time, Denise volunteers at a local domestic violence shelter answering crisis calls and coordinating volunteer food pick-ups. She enjoys walking, pilates, and good books. Now that both kids are in college, Denise and her husband travel more and enjoy a flexible lifestyle.
Fundraising – 2017 term ending 2020 (2nd term)
Risk Manager – 2017 term ending 2020 (2nd term)
Selection – 2017 term ending 2020 (1st term)
Missy is a licensed music therapist and has been working with children with special needs in Fulton County schools for 20 years. She graduated from Millsaps College with a BA in French and vocal performance, and then from Florida State University with a MM in music therapy. She married David Worden and after living in New Orleans for several years, they settled down in Marietta, GA and have 2 sons.
It was David that got their family involved in CISV Atlanta, as he and his siblings were all in CISV as children growing up in Knoxville. Knowing what a significant part of his life the experience was for him, they came across our local chapter in 2014 and have been involved since. Their sons have been part of Village and Interchange, going to Brazil, Finland, and Austria, as well as many mini-camps in between.
Missy especially enjoys her role as Selection Chair because she likes meeting new people and connecting them through this unique program. One of her goals this year has been to broaden the search for new CISV families throughout the greater Atlanta area and encouraging new family involvement. Missy felt drawn to volunteering for CISV after seeing the impact its involvement has had on her sons. She enjoys everything related to being a teenage boy mom, as well as playing tennis and the piano.
Local Interchange Chair – 2018 term ending 2021 (1st term)
Director-at-Large – 2018 term ending 2021
Phillip works as a SharePoint developer for the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia and has a master’s in computer science from Georgia State University. He has two children, a daughter active in CISV and a young son soon to be active in CISV.
He is a firm believer that CISV is a worthwhile organization that brings about understanding and builds friendships worldwide. It is his hope to see the world at peace in his lifetime.
In his free time, Phillip enjoys his son’s scouts activities, camping, taking quantum physics classes, helping the DIY Biolab at the Decatur Makers, reading at his son’s elementary school, and assisting his daughter with filming projects.
Director-at-Large – 2018 term ending 2021 (1st term)
Greg has worked as Managing Director since 2006 and Strategy Consultant since 2012 for Southeast Managing Consultants. He is also Principal Consultant for Candid Parters LLC since 2013. He graduated from Florida State University with a BS in Economics, International Business, and then from The University of Texas at Austin with an MBA in Strategy.
Both of Greg’s sons have been involved in CISV with his oldest travelling to Canada for a Village in 2009, to Indonesia for a Summer Camp in 2013, and USA for a Youth Meeting in Pittsburgh. His youngest participated in a 2013 Village in France.
Secretary – 2019 term ending 2022 (1st term)
Greg has worked as Managing Director since 2006 and Strategy Consultant since 2012 for
– 2016 term ending 2019 (1st term)
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