President & CEO
Michael L. “Sully” Sullivan is President & CEO of ACEC Georgia, as well its chief lobbyist and public policy advocate. Sully has served on the boards of numerous statewide and regional organizations, including several gubernatorial appointments. He has also been included in Georgia Trend Magazine’s annual list of “100 Most Influential Georgians,” James Magazine’s annual list of “Most Influential Georgians” and James Magazine’s annual list of “Georgia Super Lawyers.” Prior to joining ACEC Georgia, Sully was an attorney and equity partner at Andersen, Tate & Carr, one of metro Atlanta’s largest full-service law firms.
Director, Finance & Operations
Melisa Beauchamp serves as the Director of Finance and Operations for ACEC Georgia. Melisa manages all budgeting, forecasting, human resources, and financial reporting functions for ACEC Georgia. In addition to her finance duties, Melisa also works closely with ACEC Georgia's Board of Directors to implement strategic initiatives and oversees the office's daily operations.
Director, Professional Development & STEM Programs
Chandler Carter serves as the Director of Professional Development and STEM Programs for ACEC Georgia. In this role, Chandler is responsible for ACEC Georgia's program content, leadership development programs and STEM outreach activities.
Director, Membership & Programs
Jennifer Head serves as Director of Membership and Programs. In this role, Jennifer is the primary liaison for Member Firms, Supporting Members, and Affiliate Members and oversees member recruiting and retention. In addition, she manages the planning and implementation of ACEC Georgia programs, meetings, conferences and summits.
Director, Government Affairs
Ashley Jenkins serves as the Director of Government Affairs. As such, Ashley is responsible for ACEC Georgia’s political advocacy efforts at the federal, state and local government levels. She has extensive experience representing clients’ legislative agendas on both the state and local level.