Background, History and Status
The Atlanta Chapter was the inaugural expansion chapter from the Dallas model, and was launched in 2006. From the outset our goal has been to create a trusted community for CEOs that welcomed them through all phases of their career. From that foundation, we inspire Servant Leadership and a greater connection with our city.
We are privileged to have Bob Littell, author and originator of the term Netweaving as a founding member and contributor to both the Atlanta Chapter and the national organization. Bob generously gave the rights to use the term Netweavers to promote a pay-it-forward, servant leadership culture in our and our sister chapters.
The Atlanta CEO Netweavers come from every sector and industry including technology, banking, broadcast media, marketing, wealth management, executive search, manufacturing and healthcare.
Founded nearly half a century ago, Babush, Neiman, Kornman & Johnson, LLP (BNKJ) is one of Atlanta's oldest and largest CPA firms. BNKJ has approximately 55 professionals and has been included in Atlanta Business Chronicle's top 25 accounting firms listing for more than 20 years. BNKJ's client base includes privately held companies and family owned businesses, high net worth families, and large public companies (especially for special project work). BNKJ is a dedicated CPA firm offering traditional accounting services- assurance and accounting, tax, management advisory and consulting- as well as deep industry and service line specialties including retirement plan auditing, indirect taxation, economic incentives and lending consulting. Click for Website.