CEO Netweavers - Awesome opportunities to get involved.


Member Programs (Investing in each other)

  • Monthly Chapter Meetings: Meet and mingle with other members and hear invited speakers share their insights on topics of interest.
    When: Second Thursday of every month from 7:30-9AM
    Where: Capital Grille – Perimeter
    Contact: Pat Hurston, Executive Director
  • Lunch with a Purpose: Get to know other members in a small roundtable luncheon with facilitated discussion topics.
    When: Quarterly (Check CEO Netweavers monthly Newsletter for dates and location)
    Contact: Pat Hurston, Executive Director
  • CEO Roundtables: Restricted to CEOs. Discussion and information sharing on CEO related topics in small group setting.
    When: Quarterly
    Contact: Pat Hurston, Executive Director
  • Get Involved On One of Our Committees: Contact any of the below chairpersons for information on specific committees:
    • Monthly Speaker Committee (Terry Barber)
    • Mentorship Committee (Mark Bachmann)
    • Sponsorship Development Committee (Trey Gaskins)
    • CEO Inflection Point Committee (Mike Blake)
    • Marketing and Communications Committee (Cody Hilbun)
    • Technology Committee (Carel Bekker)
    • Membership Committee (Paulette Corbin)
      Note: Contact information for committee chairs and all members is available on the CEO Netweavers website.

Outreach Programs (Investing in our business community)

  • CEO Inflection Point (IP): Inflection Point panels offer a structured, interactive environment in which business leaders receive an open exchange of strategic advice on a variety of topics.
    All CEO Netweavers members are encouraged to serve on a panel and welcome to refer a business to our CEO-Inflection Point program for consideration. We do prefer companies with customers and revenue.
    Contact: Mike Blake
  • KSU Mentoring Program: Co-developed program with Kennesaw State University, CEO Netweavers members volunteer as mentors to all second year KSU MBA students.
    As a mentor, you will be carefully matched to your student and will meet periodically throughout the school year. In the mentorship role, you will be asked to provide your career and business perspectives on topics selected by the student.
    Contact: Mark Bachmann