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ABOUT THE CHARLESTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CLUB

CSBC - Atlanta is comprised of alumni, friends, family and supporters of CofC School of Business looking to connect with others in the Atlanta business community.

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MISSION

The Charleston School of Business Club in Atlanta is an organization comprised of individuals with a vested interest in the College of Charleston School of Business. Our purpose is to broaden our professional network while supporting the School of Business through the following:

  • Building professional relationships among alumni, friends, family and supporters of the School of Business
  • Enhancing the sense of pride in the School of Business and helping to promote and meet its needs in the Atlanta community
  • Creating a forum for members to heighten their professional knowledge base

ABOUT CSBC- ATLANTA

The CSBC - Atlanta is affiliated with the College of Charleston School of Business and supports the School's mission in the greater Atlanta region with School of Business alumni as its founding members. The CSB serves the professional interests of our members with networking and business community events. A list of past speakers is below.

  • Taylor Glover, president and CEO of Turner Enterprises, Inc.
  • Real estate panel featuring:
    • David Allman, chairman, Regent Partners
    • John Holder, chairman & CEO, Holder Properties
    • Harry Morgan, senior partner, Pope & Land
    • Boyd Simpson, president, The Simpson Organization
    • Moderated by John Coppedge, III, SVP emeritus, Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhime
  • Maria Mazursky, founder and CEO of TourDeFIT.com
  • Jim Craig, Olympic gold medalist and motivational speaker on leadership and sales development
  • Bobby Cremins, former College of Charleston men’s basketball coach
  • John Addison, co-CEO of Primerica
  • Glen Jackson, co-founder of Jackson Spalding
  • Dennis Lauscha, president of the New Orleans Saints