Our ELC leaders have significant and meaningful connections with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Learn more about how they have become leaders in the non-profit industry.
2019-2020 ELC Leadership
Brian Betkowski, ELC Chair
Brian is Co-Founder and Manager Partner of Jabian Consulting, a management and IT consulting firm. Brian also co-founded Jabian Cares, an employee-led, community-focused charitable foundation. Brian holds two patents and a B.S. from The Georgia Institute of Technology in Mechanical Engineering. He remains an active supporter of Georgia Tech and serves as a Trustee on the Children’s Foundation Board and Marketing Committee. Brian lives in Ansley Park with his wife and two children, one of whom is a congenital heart defect survivor. Brian is currently in his sixth year of service with ELC.
Olivia Wall, ELC Vice Chair
Olivia is a community volunteer in her fifth year of service with ELC. She earned a B.A. in Art History from Washington & Lee University and worked at the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as two travel and hospitality PR firms, before returning to Atlanta in 2009. A native of Athens, Georgia, Olivia now serves as a marketing consultant for Mansfield Energy Corp. In addition to her work with Children’s, she also volunteers with the Agape Youth & Family Center and serves as a Sunday school teacher and volunteer at Trinity Church. Olivia lives in Buckhead with her husband and three children.John Morgan, ELC Sponsorship Chair
John Morgan, ELC Sponsorship Chair
John co-founded South Coast Commercial, LLC, a real estate investment and asset management firm, where he currently serves as President and CEO. John is from Atlanta and lives with his wife and two children. At Children’s, John is a member of ELC, the Annual Fund Committee, and on the leadership team for “Will’s Club.” In addition, he is a member of the Board of Directors at the Good Samaritan Health Center. He is a founder of the Carolinas Chapter of The Congress for the New Urbanism and a member of the Urban Land Institute, and the International Council of Shopping Centers. John earned a B.S. in finance from the University of Alabama.
Whitney Paulowsky, ELC Membership Chair
Whitney is a community volunteer in her fourth year of service with ELC. She earned a B.B.S in Marketing from University of Mississippi and worked at Accenture for 14 years. A native of Brentwood, Tennessee, Whitney, currently works in admissions at Georgia Tech University. In addition to her work with Children’s, she also volunteers with the National Charity League, Pace Academy and serves on the Brandon Neighborhood Association Board. Whitney lives in Buckhead with her husband and three children.
Staci Brill, ELC Events Chair
Staci is a philantropic consultant with The Eplan Group. A native Atlantan, Staci and her husband, Matt (an ELC alum), are raising their children in Sandy Springs. Outside her volunteer work with Children’s, Staci is participating in the Wexner Heritage Foundation’s fellowship program and takes and active roll in her family’s foundation.