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ICGL Advisory Board


Bringing real-world, professional perspectives to the ICGL curriculum is vital because we live in a globalized society. In order to be successful in the world of tomorrow, one must understand and appreciate these connections. A true global education must begin at a young age.
- Neville Isdell, former chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, Pace Academy grandparent and Life Trustee

The ICGL Advisory Board is made up of Pace Academy parents with diverse professional backgrounds, representing each of the ICGL’s five organizational pillars: Science & Technology, Culture & Arts, Social Entrepreneurship & Business, Service & Environmental Sustainability and Public Policy & International Relations.

Charles B. Hastie, Vice President, Strategy & Planning for The Coca-Cola Company, leads the board. Members include:

  • Pete Davis, Managing Principal, Peachtree Investment Solutions
  • Heather Dexter, CEO, Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital
  • Charles B. Hastie, Vice President, Strategy & Planning for The Coca-Cola Company
  • Terri Janki
  • Mark Johnson '94, Director of Guest Insights, Target
  • Kavita Kotte-Bhatia, Chief Medical Officer, SmartCare Medical Group
  • Sergei Kouzmine, Entrepreneur; Founder and Managing Partner, QWave Capital
  • Sarah Elizabeth Langford, Real Estate Consultant
  • Cara Isdell Lee, Trustee and Head of the Isdell Family Foundation; Community Volunteer
  • Wenke Lee, Chair Professor and Co-director, Institute for Information Security & Privacy, GA Tech
  • Julie Lowrie, Expert Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Krishna Mukkamala, Ophthalmologist
  • Billy S. Rice MPA, MPD, Sustainability Development Consultant
  • Ellen Whitney, Director, The International Association of Public Health Institutes (IANPHI) U.S. Office, Emory University Global Health Institute

The board is charged with generating and prioritizing ideas relative to the ICGL mission, continually rethinking Pace’s approach to global leadership programs and establishing evaluation processes that effectively measure success.