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Alumni Leadership Council


The Alumni Leadership Council (ALC) is a group of SMES graduates committed to supporting the strategic priorities of the school while partnering with the Advancement Office. ALC members serve as liaisons for their graduating class and help plan SMES alumni events and fundraisers. We are thrilled to introduce the founding members of the council.

Leigh Koffler, Class of 1998

Leigh and husband Jake are the parents of Pearce and Ellis, first and second-grade students at St. Martin's. Leigh has worked in real estate for the past 15 years and is currently with Ansley Real Estate.

Hometown: Sandy Springs

College: Auburn University 

Occupation: Realtor

Sean Arnold, Class of 2005

Sean is a 2014 graduate of Georgia Tech. He and his wife Eden are parents to two-year-old son, Walker. Sean works for JE Dunn Construction. 

Hometown: Morningside 

College: Georgia Tech

Occupation: Commercial General Contractor

Jackie Florence Jolly, Class of 2006

Jackie has an interior design degree and currently works as a lighting sales associate. She lives in Dunwoody with husband Knox and they recently welcomed their first child into the family. 

Hometown: Dunwoody

College: Georgia Southern University 

Occupation: Lighting Sales Associate

Lauren Buss, Class of 2008

Lauren lives in Ansley park and works for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She and three-year-old Weimaraner, Rosie, love to hike and hang out around Atlanta!

Hometown: Ansley Park 

College: University of Georgia 

Occupation: Program Evaluator

Dave DeLany, Class of 2010

Dave received his BBA in Finance and International Business from the University of Georgia. He lives in Atlanta and works as a senior associate in PwC's Risk Assurance practice. He recently married his now wife, Anna.

Hometown: Atlanta

College: University of Georgia

Occupation: Senior Associate

Sally Smith, Class of 2012

Sally graduated from the University of Georgia and is now an LSLS student at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She is the author of a forthcoming exhibit for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting on the representation of Native Americans in Public broadcasting.

Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC 

College: University of Georgia 

Occupation: Masters Student, UNC

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