Amy Glennon is the former publisher of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and of Cox Media Group’s Vertical Businesses, a portfolio of digital content sites.
Glennon is on the Advisory Board of the James M. Cox Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management and Leadership at The University of Georgia; and is an Advisory Board member of the Salvation Army of Metro Atlanta.
IWD 2023 Co-chair
Laura Neuman is the senior advisor to the Rule of Law Program at The Carter Center. She advises the implementation of the Center’s programming regarding transparency, good governance, and access to justice, including projects in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Neuman developed the innovative access to information legislation Implementation Assessment Tool and the Women and the Right of Access to Information programming. In 2018, she convened the Inform Women, Transform Lives Conference, which culminated with the Atlanta Declaration for the Advancement of Women’s Right of Access to Information and the development of the Inform Women, Transform Lives campaign, for which she leads the implementation in 24 global cities.
IWD Founding Chair
IWD Founding Chair, 2020Roxanne Douglas R Douglas Law Firm LLC
Roxanne Douglas is the owner of the R Douglas Law Firm LLC which she launched in 2017. She has a wealth of U.S. and international experience in the healthcare, technology and telecommunications sectors. She previously was Chief Counsel at McKesson Corporation, NCR and AT&T and held additional leadership roles in her corporate career. Roxanne has chaired the boards of directors of several non-profit organizations including Families First, OnBoard, Leadership Atlanta and the Georgia chapter of the International Women’s Forum. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
IWD 2023 Program Team Includes:
Lori George Billingsley
Amy Glennon, Co-chair
Soumaya Khalifa, PowerTalk Co-chair
Monica Khant, PowerTalk Co-chair
Laura Newman, Co-chair