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Kevin Lyman

Kevin Lyman currently serves as Director of Global Thought Leadership for Invesco Ltd., an independent global investment firm with approximately $1.5 trillion in assets under management. Kevin currently serves on boards of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Covenant Community, Inc. (chairman) and as a member of the Duke Atlanta Alumni Association board, the Emory Goizueta Business School corporate advisory board and the Fernbank Natural History Museum corporate leadership council. He has previously served as a vestry member and as stewardship campaign chair at All Saints’ Episcopal Church.

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Andrea Hopkey

Andrea has served in senior executive leadership roles within the technical staffing and recruitment, talent acquisition, and recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) sectors for more than 25 years. During her career, Andrea served as President and CEO of Birmingham, AL-based Allstates Technical Services for more than 10 years, leading the company through international expansion and achieving recognition as one of the industry’s largest technical staffing companies.

A graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Andrea has served on the Board of Directors for Covenant Community, Inc since 2016 and now serves as Secretary. As an active member of the CCI board, Andrea organized and spearheaded the Covenant Community Golf Classic for five consecutive years from 2015-2019. Andrea has resided in Atlanta since 1999 and currently lives in Midtown Atlanta.


Wayne Willams

Wayne Williams is a CPA specializing in tax advisory and compliance services with a particular focus on real estate activities and tax-exempt organizations, and with a passion for both.  Wayne’s tax-exempt organization expertise includes educational institutions, public charities, private foundations, civic organizations, social clubs, trade associations, and housing authorities.  His board service has ranged from a small, but ambitious, theater group (with an All Saints’ connection) to his state university’s educational foundation. Wayne has been a fan of Covenant Community for over twenty years, rarely missing Thanksgiving dinner, and with great admiration for all of those working on sobriety and life skills every day. Wayne has been on Covenant’s Board since 2017.

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Sheldon Taylor

Sheldon retired from Regent Partners in December of 2017 where he was the CFO for this regional commercial real estate firm. While at Regent Sheldon was responsible for financing development projects, pursuing and funding acquisitions, raising equity and obtaining permanent finance. Prior to that Sheldon was a Director for the Project Finance group, Ernst & Young London and lead the accommodation team responsible for university, courts, student accommodation, office and some NHS work. Sheldon is a member of All Saints’ Church, the church’s treasurer, the current chair of the Board of Trustees for Canterbury Court, a senior living community, and chair emeritus for Covenant Community, Inc. Sheldon attended the University of Virginia and received a BS in Engineering and an MBA


Greg Cole

Greg Cole is the Executive Director of Emmaus House, a social service and education mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. Prior to that, Greg was the Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville, FL.

Greg is a member of the Leadership Atlanta class of 2022, sits on the board of Covenant Community and All Saints’ Episcopal Church, and on the Advisory Council of the Islamic Speakers Bureau and the Atlanta Speech School. He served as President of the Greater Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2021 and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Greg holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of North Florida.

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Michael Gragnani


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Tami Prince

Tami M. Prince-Clarke, M.D., “The Nation’s Bedside Doctor,” is an Obstetrician/Gynecologist and Occupational Medicine physician, bestselling author, and highly regarded keynote speaker. She has her own medical consulting practice, Women’s Health and Wellness Center of Georgia, LLC. Dr. Prince-Clarke serves as an executive board member for Covenant Community, Inc. She also holds memberships in multiple medical and social organizations. In addition to being a highly sought after speaker, Dr. Prince-Clarke has also been a medical correspondent on Focus Atlanta CW69, Fox 5 News Atlanta, and NBC 11 Alive Atlanta as well as featured in medical segments on radio. She serves as a medical expert in online publications such as Insider, Romper, Elite Daily, and MSN. Dr. Prince-Clarke is also a guest judge at the Georgia Future Business Leaders of America State Conference. As a practicing Obstetrics/Gynecology and Occupational Medicine physician, it is Dr. Prince-Clarke’s goal to empower patients with medical information which will allow for them to become active participants in their medical care. Her mission to improve the health, well-being, and productivity of all patients within a relaxed, compassionate, and trustworthy environment.

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Melynee Leftridge

Fulton County Superior Court Judge Melynee Leftridge began her career as an attorney in 1991 following graduation from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC. She served as a Staff Attorney on both the Fulton County Superior Court and the Georgia Court of Appeals. During her career, Judge Leftridge practiced criminal law as a prosecutor with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office and worked as a civil litigator for a number of civil law firms. Over the course of her career, she has represented plaintiffs and defendants, corporations and individuals in the State and Superior Courts of Georgia.

In 2010, Judge Leftridge was appointed a Fulton County Magistrate Court judge, where she presided over civil and criminal cases in the Superior, State and Magistrate Courts. Judge Leftridge was elected a Fulton County Superior Court Judge last year; her initial term commenced January 1, 2021.

Judge Leftridge is a proud graduate of Spelman College and is a member of the Atlanta Chapter of Spelman’s National Alumnae Association. She is currently an active member of the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a public service sorority. In addition to serving as a Board Member for Covenant Community, Inc., Judge Leftridge serves as a member of the Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Guild, a non-profit organization providing financial assistance to CAU students majoring in the performing arts. Judge Leftridge is a member of a multitude of professional organizations and has assumed leadership roles in many of them, over the years. Notably, Judge Leftridge was the first judge in Fulton County to try a jury trial upon the court system opening up, after the year-long COVID 19 lockdown.

In the summer months, Judge Leftridge participates in an outdoor exercise “boot camp” in Atlanta and has done so for eight consecutive summers. She enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband Eric Harris (a die-hard Cleveland Browns fan) and their rescue puppy, “Moose.”


Linda Stewart

Community Volunteer 


Dana Rouillard

Co-owner of Op5 Solutions, a full service 3PL located in Calhoun, GA. Op5  specializes in eCommerce & corporate fulfillment, technology driven warehouse management systems, warehousing and tradeshow management. An Alumni of Covenant Community from 1996 and is active on the Covenant Community Board of Directors and Co-Chair of Recovery Resources of Atlanta. Married to Dee Rouillard and live in Kennesaw, Ga with daughter Taylor Rouillard.  


Nelson O Tyrone III

Nelson Tyrone is a personal lawyer who represents the families of children injured during birth. He is also: the son of a doctor, the grandson of doctors, nurses and judges, the husband to a brilliant and kind architect (Leslie) and the father of two whip-smart daughters (Munday and McGowan).  His family is everything to him.  He also has a passion for helping people suffering homelessness with a “hand up”. He serves on the board of Covenant Community, a not-for-profit transitional recovery center for homeless addicts and alcoholics, and serves as All Saints pro-bono counsel for the resident’s legal needs.  He and his daughter Munday serve at soup kitchens every month.Nelson has completed one Marathon and completed several Ironman triathlons.  He runs, bikes, boxes, rides motorcycles, practices guitar, and competes in “adventure” races in his spare time. He is a graduate of Episcopal High School, the University of Virginia, and the University of Georgia, School of Law. He and his wife Leslie live in the Brookwood Hills area of Atlanta with their daughters, McGowan and Munday, and their dogs, Finch and Emily. He aspires to be someone who is constantly working on becoming a better human – and someone who helps people every day.

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Arjun Srinivasan

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New Board Member

Coming Soon

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New Board Member

Coming Soon

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