Skip Spriggs is an experienced CEO, Board Director and subject matter expert in several areas, including executive and human resources leadership, diversity and inclusion and corporate board diversity. He is the former president and CEO of The Executive Leadership Council, the preeminent membership organization for black CEOs, board directors, and senior black executives dedicated to growing the number of global black executives in C-Suites, on corporate boards, and in global enterprises.
Mr. Spriggs has served in senior business roles at Fortune 500 companies across diverse industries over the last 35 years. He served as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at TIAA, where he led all aspects of human resources strategy and execution for the company’s global workforce. He joined TIAA from Boston Scientific, where he was Chief Human Resources Officer and a member of the Executive Management Team.
Mr. Spriggs has held executive leadership roles at The Home Depot, Levi Strauss & Co. and CIGNA Corp., where he was Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Chief Diversity Officer and President of the Cigna Foundation. He started his career in human resources with UPS.
Mr. Spriggs is the former Compensation Committee Chair of the ProSight Global, Inc. board (NYSE: PROS), AuditCommittee Chair of the Washington Nationals Philanthropies Board and serves on the Advisory Panel of Centurion Health. His past board service includes TIAA, FSB (TIAA Direct), Savannah State University’s College of Business Administration, the Institute for Corporate Productivity and the human resources advisory board for the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of Business. He is a National Academy of Human Resources Fellow and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Towson University.
Randall C. McMichael
Randall “Randy” McMichael co-founded McMichael & Gray, PC in 2006. Prior to co-founding the firm, Randy was the marketing and managing attorney for Trey Inman & Associates, PC (2004-2006). Randy began his legal career with Russell M. Stookey, PC in Hiawassee, Georgia in 2003. He is the firm’s managing partner and heads the firm’s builder and resale divisions. Randy represents developers, builders, lenders, and real estate brokers with their real estate and legal needs. In 1999, Randy graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law in 2003.
Admissions & Memberships: Randy is an active member of Perimeter Presbyterian Church, State Bar of Georgia, Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, Mortgage Broker’s Association of Georgia, Homebuilder’s Association of Georgia, and Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of Realtors. In 2015, under Randy’s leadership, McMichael & Gray, PC was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as the 68th fastest growing business in Atlanta, Gwinnett Magazine’s 2015 Best of Gwinnett in two categories, “Best Real Estate Attorneys” and “Best Legal Advisors”, and as a First American Top Ten Agent, ranking number two.
Outside of the legal profession, Randy enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, playing golf, fishing, and outdoor activities.
Hugh is a “reformed accountant” who has become a behavioral sciences pioneer, high-stakes decision orchestrator, boys without father’s mentor, devoted dad, keen tennis player and golfer.
Since 2001, Hugh has been the Executive Chairman of DNA Behavior International which he founded as “The Behavior and Money Insights Company”.
Hugh self-empowers people globally with identity and money clarity for unleashing behavior and money energy so they can stress less, do more and be well.
With his ability to integrate behavior and money insights combined with a strong financial experience, Hugh is a catalyst for quickly connecting the unconnected enabling the acceleration of dramatic change while aligning results, relationships and meaning on a sustainable basis. He serves CEO’s, boards and advisory boards globally.
He is passionate about helping youth globally to learn who they are so they can capitalize on their talents and build relationships for moving forward into life with greater confidence to succeed. Hugh is a great believer in getting kids to participate in non-contact sports from an early age because of the long-term health benefits, life lessons learned, friendship building and confidence development.
Helen Haberstroh served 42 years in the educational industry as an educator, educational trainer, reading specialist, and administrator, with licenses to teach in 6 states. Her expertise was in Special Education, English Language Learners, and struggling readers. In 2011 Mrs. Haberstroh became a National Senior Product Consultant supporting all sales executives throughout the nation on programs through meetings, presentations, and workshops, as well as serving as a liaison between school districts and state departments on programs and product knowledge.