From the Atlanta Business Chronicle:
In the dozen years Amy Lancaster-King has worked with the Metro Atlanta Chamber, she has chalked up a significant line of achievements when it comes to diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Most recently, she was part of the coalition advocating for the Second Chances bill (SB 288), a bill that will allow Georgia residents who committed non-violent crimes to request to have their record expunged after four years of good behavior. It takes effect January 1, 2021.
Lancaster-King is an Outstanding Voice honoree in the 2020 Atlanta Business Chronicle Diversity and Inclusion Awards. It recognizes an individual in the metro Atlanta area who is making a difference in advancing equality in the business community.
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In addition to leading pivotal workforce development efforts through the Metro Atlanta Chamber, including the launch of Opportunity ATL, Lancaster-King is a foundational leader for MAX and chair of the MAX Board of Directors.
MAX congratulates Amy Lancaster-King!