Robin Cailloux, Chair
Robin is currently dedicating her time fully to the CHCS Foundation and her family. Prior to this rewarding experience, she served as a planning manager at AECOM for multiple large-scale transportation planning efforts in the Atlanta region including the Atlanta BeltLine, the Georgia Multi-modal Passenger Terminal, and several MARTA expansion planning projects. She also managed the Atlanta Streetcar TIGER Grant application, successfully winning federal funds to create the first streetcar system in Atlanta in over 60 years.
Robin worked for EDAW prior to its purchase by AECOM, assisting with large-scale regional planning efforts funded by the US Military as part of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). Prior to EDAW, she worked for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA) and was responsible for reviews of all Developments of Regional Impacts in the greater Atlanta region. She has a BS from the University of Georgia in Art History, American Architecture; and a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Karen Windham, Vice Chair
As management consultant, facilitator and instructor, Karen Windham has led strategic initiatives across various industry sectors – construction, manufacturing, transportation, communications, utility, insurance and healthcare – in private, government and non-for-profit organizations for 30+ years. She is known for her ability to lead cross-functional and cross-disciplinary teams in complex environments to achieve successful strategic alignment and results.
Karen practiced as a licensed massage therapist for 16 years in private, spa and holistic health clinical settings. She served as a volunteer for 14 years with Camp Horizon – a camp for abused and neglected children in the Atlanta metro area – in various roles ranging from camp counselor and recreation supervisor to Camp Director and Board member.
Karen earned her BA in Chemistry at Emory University and her MBA – Finance at Georgia State University. She lives with her partner and her rescue Jackahuahua in the Serenbe community in Chattahoochee Hills, GA.
Leonora Wilgus, Treasurer
Leonora Davis Wilgus is a native of Atlanta, GA. She is a School Psychologist and has twenty years of experience in Education. Leonora earned a B.S. in Education from Vanderbilt University and an Ed.S. in School Psychology from Georgia State University. Leonora taught Kindergarten and First grades in Franklin, TN and in Atlanta, GA for several years. Her career as a School Psychologist began in the Cobb County School district where she worked for six years. Leonora provided consultative services to parents, teachers and students as well as completed psychological evaluations for students from Elementary School through High School. Leonora went on to work at the Atlanta Speech School in Atlanta Georgia for several years and has since done contract work for Trinity School and for The Lovett School in Atlanta, GA. Leonora and her husband, Charlie, moved to Serenbe in March of 2013. They have three children- Charles (12), Henry (10) and Cole (7) and they all attend the Chattahoochee Hills Charter School.
Bettina Brown, Secretary
Bettina Brown is an attorney in the firm’s residential closing office. Practicing for over 25 years, Bettina has handled many different aspects of real estate law. Her experience includes work with foreclosures, landlord/tenant issues, seller representation in relocation transactions, title insurance and claims, as well as traditional real estate closings.
She is a member of the Fayette County Board of REALTORS®, Fayette County Chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS® and the Newnan-Coweta Board of REALTORS® and is currently serving as secretary for the Fayette Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors. Bettina is also a member of the National Board of REALTORS®, and the Metro Atlanta Relocation Council. She was named a 2012 “Georgia Top Rated Lawyer” by Martindale-Hubbell®. Bettina also sits on the Board of Chattahoochee Hills Charter School.
Bettina and her husband George live on a 160 acre horse farm in the City of Chattahoochee Hills. They raise Thoroughbred Race Horses and Angus Beef Cattle. They have three children, Quin, Grace, and Garnet who attend Woodward Academy in College Park. Bettina is a member of Palmetto Baptist Church and serves as Chair of the Personnel Committee and is a member of the Adult Choir. She also helps Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta, Inc. with their real estate issues, closings, and property donations
Rosalyn Lemieux, Event Committee Chair
oz is CEO of Attentively, an award-winning cloud-based Engagement Marketing platform for causes and campaigns. Roz is also the co-Founder of Fission Strategy, a full-service digital agency that has helped over 250 top nonprofits “ignite social action for good”. Previously, Roz served as the Executive Director of the New Organizing Institute (NOI) – the premiere training institute for tech-enabled grassroots organizers. She currently serves on the board of The Turing School, National Priorities Project, and the Chattahoochee Hills Foundation.
Roz has spoken at dozens of conferences about the power of technology and social media for empowering individuals and groups to make positive change in the world. She has won several awards for her work, including the 2009 Women’s Information Network “Young Women of Achievement” award and recognition from Planned Parenthood for the Feminist Majority’s trailblazing online campaign in support of women and girls in Afghanistan (2003). She’s was named one of the top 40 women in DC Tech, was a 2012 Campaigns and Elections Innovator, and a 2014 Stevie Award winner. Roz brings a background in PHP/MySQL, .NET/MSSQL, Ruby on Rails, and HTML/CSS/JS, as well as 10 years of technology training experience to bear in her role leading Attentively.