Tim Alborg brings nearly ten years of experience as President of Landslyde, LLC, a business development, government and public affairs, lobbying, and media relations business. Tim’s focus on the solar energy sector helped spur a recent decision by the Georgia Public Service Commission to dramatically increase the amount of solar in that state.
Tim also is co-founder of Green10x10, a twice-a-week publication focusing on energy and sustainability news and C.E.O. of SolarAM, LLC, a solar consulting and development firm. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Tim received a Master of Business Administration degree from Georgia State University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He currently lives and works in Atlanta.
Dar’shun Kendrick is the owner of Kendrick Law Practice, which is based in Lithonia, Georgia. She practices in the area of business law. Dar’shun is a graduate of Oglethorpe University, where she double-majored in political science and communications, graduating cum laude. She also attended Kennesaw State University, where she received a Master of Business Administration degree, and the University of Georgia School of Law, where she received a Juris Doctorate degree.
In 2010, Dar’shun was elected one of the youngest members of the Georgia House of Representatives and she currently represents DeKalb and Rockdale Counties.
Brian received a Bachelor’s of Sciences from the University of California at Los Angeles in Biochemistry. Having a strong background in the hard sciences, neuroscience, exercise physiology and nutrition, he enrolled at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, focusing on Health Policy and Management for his Master’s degree in Public Health.
While on an internship at Grady Health Systems, Brian worked on improving quality of care for the Stroke Intensive Care patients. Advocating for improvements in mental health, Brian also worked on fundraising, public relations, event planning, and was the Atlanta Walk Manager for NAMIWalks by the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
While working for the American Cancer Society, Brian compiled international economic data on the pricing of goods/retail data, sales, as well as tariffs and trade. He also ran economic and policy analyses on the effects of increasing government revenue on market goods, as well implications on global trade, illicit markets, policy enforcement, popular support and compliance. Employing a scientific, methodical approach, Brian used his diverse background to help Mayor Ted Terry decisively win his 2013 election campaign. He is also a contributor to Green10x10.