Candace Wood has more than 25 years of experience serving the non-profit community as a consultant, executive director, fundraiser, board member and volunteer. Currently a consultant with New Generation Partnerships, Inc., she works with small to medium non-profits in the areas of capacity building, strategic planning, and fundraising. She formerly served as Executive Director of the ALS Association of Georgia, Camp Kudzu, and Gilda’s Club Greater Atlanta. Earlier she was Director of Development for The Cottage School of Roswell, Girls Incorporated of Cobb County and Lasell College in Newton, MA. Prior to joining the non-profit sector, she worked in human resources and sales for Krispy Kreme, Norrell Services, Bank of Boston, and Honeywell. Active in her community, she has served as Board Chair of the Atlanta Women’s Alliance and Keep Roswell Beautiful, as well as the boards of the Possible Woman Foundation, Inc., Atlanta Women’s Network, Tallahassee Symphony, Monticello Opera House, and Young Singers of Callanwolde. She is the founding chair of the Atlanta Women’s Network Cool Tech initiative which was recognized at the White House. Ms. Wood was a recipient of a scholarship from the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Atlanta to attend Harvard Business School’s Non Profit program, she is also a graduate of Leadership North Fulton.