Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Eric Charity Appointed to the Young Leaders Council of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta
ATLANTA (January 8) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney Eric Charity was recently appointed to the Young Leaders Council of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBSMA).
For more than 55 years, BBBSMA has developed programs that enhance the nationally recognized model for long-term relationship mentoring between children and adults.
Its work encompasses the 12 metro Atlanta counties with an emphasis on low-income families living in Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, and Gwinnett.
Established in 2016, BBBSMA’s Young Leaders Council is a diverse and elite group of professionals who care deeply about impacting the next generation through quality one-to-one relationships. The Council is comprised of current and former Big Brothers and Big Sisters as well as those who have a passion for leading all children to successful and healthy life choices through the power of mentorship.
For more information on the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, please click here.
Mr. Charity focuses his practice in the area of real estate finance, and capital markets. He routinely represents commercial banks and loan servicers in connection with non-performing and distressed commercial real estate loans. Mr. Charity also has experience with loan originations, leasing, acquisitions and dispositions and financing of multifamily, condominium and mixed-use properties.
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Eric M. Charity
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