Leadership Development Program

January 1, 1970

We are excited to announce the Village’s new Leadership Development Program.  With over 1,000 members in our community, we strive to serve founders as well as each individual member.  We believe in growth and constantly becoming better versions of ourselves.  There has been notable life changing stories unfold from our Mentor and Advisor program and we want to provide this resource to the young professionals in our community.  This team is made up of 6 incredibility suited individuals who have a passion to pay it forward and to dream big alongside Villagers.  We are excited to serve the mass portion of our community through a mentorship-like opportunity.So who are these amazing individuals going to be?  Drum roll please...

Mandira Mehra (CMO of MRI Software): I am passionate about b2b marketing, mentoring rising leaders and working to bring more women into leadership roles in the tech industry.

Jim Berryhill (CEO at DecisionLink): I’m a first-time entrepreneur after 30+ years leading enterprise software organizations. I’m no technologist, my experience is 100% B2B and sales. I’m insanely focused on seller-to-customer value. I’m a Christian, all about family, love water-skiing and the Gators.

Karen Houghton (VP of the Atlanta Tech Village): I’m a people-connecting relationship builder who is passionate about helping others find their purpose, grow professionally, and navigate complex environments.

Kipp Ramsey (Employee Success Manager at Terminus): I am a relationship-centered individual with a passion for culture and helping people find their ultimate dream job.

John Duisberg (Cofounder of Cooleaf): I have a passion for helping other entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their sales for a B2B technology business.

Kathryn O’Day (COO at Rigor): An operational gooroo who is passionate about good culture and talent development who is looking to work with anyone wanting to grow in management, strengthen their company culture, or make their ideas a reality through actionable steps.There you have it! What are you waiting for? Ask one of these mentors to coffee and it may just turn out to be your best ask.

January 1, 1970
Kelly Anne O'Neill