Joey Asher is President of Speechworks, a selling and communication skills coaching company in Atlanta. He has worked with thousands of business people helping them learn how to communicate in a way that connects with clients. Joey’s fourth communication skills book is entitled “15 Minutes Including Q&A: a Plan to Save the World from Lousy Presentations.”
Dov Wilker/AJC Atlanta
Dov recently returned to Atlanta and American Jewish Committee (AJC) after earning his International MBA from Tel Aviv University and working in the private sector for an Israeli Software start-up that focused on feedback and consumer engagement. Dov previously served as AJC Atlanta’s Assistant Director for two and a half years, where he led AJC’s public affairs efforts on a local and national level. Dov was selected to participate in the United States’ first professional exchange to South Asia, when he visited Sri Lanka in the summer of 2009, just months after the end of their Civil War. In Sri Lanka, Dov consulted with leaders in both the private and public sector on Diaspora relations. Most recently, Dov was recognized as one of Atlanta’s ’40 under 40’ by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Dov began his career working as the Director of Academic and Community Affairs for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Southeastern United States. Dov is married to Juliana Jacobson of Wichita, Kansas and they recently welcomed their daughter.
Tammy Allen/Do Good Get Rewards
Tammy Allen is a seasoned marketing and entertainment entrepreneur. Her experience spans over 25 years of managing professional bands, booking musical acts, producing award winning events, and owning a professional music studio. She partnered with Terri Harof at C3 Marketing for 3 years prior to launching Do Good Get Rewards. Tammy was in charge of sales, booking entertainment, public relations and marketing for clients in the hospitality industry.
Do Good Get Rewards is an online volunteer rewards program created to support Non-Profit organizations and their volunteers. Members receive reward points for volunteering and redeem them for products offered by businesses looking to increase their customer base and encourage social engagement.