2017 Selig Distinguished Service Award

honoring
Beth & Gregg Paradies


FEATURED SPEAKER

David Harris


Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Flourish Atlanta
6pm - Cocktails

7pm - Dinner/Program


HONORARY CO-CHAIRS

Cathy and Steve Kuranoff
Linda and Steve Selig
Mindy and David Shoulberg

DINNER CO-CHAIRS
Ellen Arnovitz and Michael Plasker
Mara and Justin Berman
Michelle and Gary Simon

HOST COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS
Jane and Scott Butler
Viki and Paul Freeman
Janet Selig and Jeffrey Bernstein

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
Dorita and Hal Arnold
Gabby Leon

Click here to see the Host Committee list.

Interested in serving on the Host Committee? Deadline to be listed on the invitation is March 22. Contact Jennifer Pardee, pardeej@ajc.org or 404.233.5501 x206

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ABOUT BETH & GREGG 
Gregg is President and CEO of Paradies Lagardère, a leading airport travel retail and restaurateur in North America.  Prior to his position at Paradies Lagardère, Gregg was the President and CEO of Paradies, which was sold to Lagardère Travel Retail in 2015.

Gregg held numerous management positions within Paradies during his 30-year tenure. Gregg began his career in retail by participating in the Executive Training Program at Macy’s after graduating in 1985 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Texas in Austin.

Beth moved to Atlanta to attend Emory School of Law in 1986 after graduating from Tufts University. She practiced litigation and family law at Altman, Kritzer and Levick, PC and Fortson and White.

Both Beth and Gregg are engaged participants in the community, each having held many leadership roles, chaired multiple events and received numerous accolades for their many accomplishments.

Gregg currently serves on the Ahavath Achim Board of Trustees and is an active member of the Southern Region of Young Presidents’ Organization. Currently, Beth serves on the AJC National Board of Governors, the AJC Atlanta Executive Committee, Emory University Board of Visitors, Grady Ambassador Force, Birthright Israel’s Atlanta Leadership Council and the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s Board of Trustees where she co-chairs the Premier Gifts Campaign. Both Beth and Gregg serve on the Middlebury College Parents’ Board.

Beth and Gregg have been married for 29 years and have three daughters Dorrie, Katie and Molly.