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meet our board
Our board is comprised of a group of passionate and driven individuals who truly believe in making a difference in their communities. Feel free to read more about us here or leave us a message using the form below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Caitlin Leksana moved to Atlanta in 2012 to attend Georgia Tech and has never left. Since 2012 she has witnessed the exponential growth of Atlanta in all aspects of culture, diversity, education, equality, and most importantly - food. However, Caitlin realizes there is much more work that needs to be done to continue to fight sex trafficking, ensure every child has access to education and a proper home, push towards eradication of disease and homelessness, and much more. She has made it her mission to use food as a means of bringing community together, while also raising funds for non-profits who are already tireless fighting many of these battles. Education Georgia Tech M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2017
Quinton Gibson has a passion for food as well as helping people and that is why he was excited to join Dine For Atlanta. He first came to Atlanta from Ringgold, Georgia to start an internship at the State Capitol. It was during this time that he saw the true power of public service and being able to help people that are in need. From the State Capitol, he transitioned to the private sector as Government Affairs Coordinator for the Atlanta Apartment Association. This transitio n has allowed him to network and advocate on behalf of the multifamily industry. Dine For Atlanta will allow me to advocate people in need. He has bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of West Georgia. He enjoys country music and being outdoors. Education West Georgia B.S., Applied Science, 2015
Cindy Kang believes that the best meals should taste good as well as do good. Growing up, Cindy spent her holidays volunteering at soup kitchens. She naturally gravitated to Dine for Atlanta because of this tradition along with her deep belief that food is one of the best tools that can transform and empower communities. While studying finance at George Washington University, Cindy served on the founding staff of Fiola Mare, one of Washington D.C.’s top fine dining restaurants, where she connected with people in her community and reinforced her love for food. Following her time in the restaurant industry, Cindy joined Helicase where her team leveraged nutrition to design and execute human performance strategies for the Secretary of Defense’s office, senior military colleges, and corporate executives. After four and a half years at Helicase, Cindy transitioned to private equity working for Corstone Capital. Wherever her work takes her, Cindy will continue to explore the role of food across cultures throughout the world. Education George Washington Univ B.S., Finance, 2019
Cullen Mullinax has always had the drive to contribute to his community in some way possible. He started his community service in high school where he documented over 250 volunteering hours. On his path to achieve a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Cullen, through his fraternity, was involved in various philanthropy efforts. Cullen works in project management at Skanska USA Building where he serves on Skanska’s Atlanta office community investment team in their many efforts to give back to the community. Cullen is confident that through hard work, passion & food, we can dine together to make a difference in the lives of others. Education Georgia Tech B.S., Civil Engineering, 2016