Megan Mitchell Joins Board of Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential

AGG is pleased to announce Litigation and Employment partner Megan Mitchell has joined the board of directors of Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential (GCAPP).

Founded by Jane Fonda more than 20 years ago, GCAPP works to improve the overall health and well-being of young people in Georgia by providing programs in comprehensive sex ed, teen pregnancy prevention, youth empowerment, parent empowerment, and physical activity and nutrition. Retired AGG Healthcare partner Carol Saul previously served as the chair of GCAPP’s board of directors.

Megan represents a wide variety of businesses involved in commercial disputes and has significant experience handling employment issues. Additionally, she co-chairs the firm’s Women’s Initiative.

To learn more about GCAPP, please click here.