Atlanta, GA, March 25- In honor of Women’s History Month, Mauldin and Jenkins hosted a virtual event, Advancing Women in Leadership, with Tiffany Collie-Bailey, Chief Executive Officer of Girls, Inc. of Greater Atlanta.
Tiffany is an accomplished executive with proven results and experience in achieving goals, developing and implementing new strategies in dynamic and successful healthcare nonprofits and philanthropic environments. In depth knowledge of nonprofits, community healthcare management and fundraising initiatives including: strategic planning, fundr development, and community relations.
Aleisa Howell, Leader of the Firm’s Nonprofit Practice and Women’s Alliance, helped facilitate this discussion with Collie-Bailey. When asked what the Women’s Alliance means to the firm, Aleisa responded, “We believe that we are an equal opportunity employer for women.The Women’s Alliance was established to provide internal mentoring, networking, and education to support the firm’s female professionals. We are very proud to state that over 56% of our firm is made up of women.The Women’s Alliance promotes a work environment that allows us to attract and maintain women in the workforce by offering leadership opportunities and flexible work arrangements.”
About Girls, Inc.
Girls Inc. is an international nonprofit organization serving girls ages 5-18 in more than 350 cities across the United States and Canada. The organization is a safe gathering place for girls to learn and to share in a sisterhood and a strong premise that each girl can develop her own capacities, self-confidence, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. To learn more, visit their website.