Alex Kim is a Design Director for Fjord, a Design and Innovation firm within Accenture. He is also the Service and Product Design Lead for Accenture Interactive in the South. Alex’s career in design has covered a broad range of industries and Fortune 500 companies, leading agency teams and client organizations towards innovative, creative, and human-centric solutions for their challenges. At Accenture he’s also a regional lead for design in healthcare, helping payers and providers in the South create more humanistic experiences and services. Through his exposure to the industry and impacts around the social determinants of health, he’s been inspired to use his capabilities to make healthcare more equitable and accessible. Alex graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A. in Industrial Design and Interaction Design. He lives in Candler Park in Atlanta with his wife and two kids.
Legislative Policy Consultant
Ashlyn Shockley Martin, LL.M., MPA
Ashlyn is an attorney specializing in family and elder law and the founder and board president of the Chisholm Leadership Academy, a nonprofit organization that leverages culturally responsive civic education and mentorship to diversify the leadership pipeline. Ashlyn is the former National Policy Director for New Leaders Council and served as the Executive Director of the National Council on Youth Sports Safety, a nonprofit chaired by 16th U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher. Ashlyn has worked within the Georgia House of Representatives and Senate, as a political director on a U.S. Senate campaign, and clerked in the Office of Illinois Governor Pat Quinn during law school. She began her career working with the Office of Head Start and National School Boards Association’s school health programs department. Ashlyn is a graduate of George Washington University, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Emory University School of Law, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and three sons.