Atlanta Business Chronicle: Meet John Hope Bryant and the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2018 Power 100

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June, 2018










Welcome to Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2018 Power 100 annual special report naming Atlanta’s 100 most influential people of 2018, as selected by the Chronicle’s editors.


You will find many familiar names on this year's list, but also plenty of new faces. They include of course Atlanta's new mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms. There's BJay Pak, who in September 2017 was appointed the U.S. Attorney in Atlanta. There's also Darren Eales, who's led Atlanta United FC's phenomenal debut. And there's Sally Yates, the former U.S. Deputy Attorney General who became a national political figure in the past year after a dust-up with President Donald Trump


Other new faces are Jeffrey Parker, the new CEO and general manager of MARTA; Brian McGowan, the new president and CEO of Atlanta Beltline; and Robert Redfield, the new director of the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


So who all is on this year's list? Check out the complete list below (names are in alphabetical order). And check out the adjacent slideshow to see photos of each of the Power 100.


Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2018 Power 100:


Hank Aaron

David Abney

Stacey Abrams

John Ahmann

Ed Bastian

Brandon Beach

Mark Becker

Arthur Blank

Bill Bolling

Raphael Bostic

Keisha Lance Bottoms

Paul Bowers

Roz Brewer

Matt Bronfman

Kevin Brown

John Hope Bryant

Casey Cagle

Mary Schmidt Campbell

Chris Carr

Meria Carstarphen

Jimmy Carter

Dan Cathy

Chris Clark

Tom Cousins

David Cummings

Leona Barr-Davenport

Nathan Deal

Allison Dukes


Review the complete list here.






 

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