We all are “connected” by inclusive and innovative technologies that provide us greater access, opportunity and prosperity. From our day to day personal and professional lives, technology helps to drive us forward in so many ways.
Strategic business growth is reliant upon independent lines of accelerating technology converging with other technologies for better outcomes.
Join us as we explore these intersections and the advances that are realized from a wide range of inclusive, integrated technologies. Deep-dive content sessions will explore the following topics:
• Smart Cities & Sustainability
• E-Sports/Media & Entertainment
• Tech for Good
• Data Science
Stephanie Stuckey is CEO of Stuckey’s, known for generations as a highway oasis serving up pecan log rolls and kitschy souvenirs. Founded in 1937 by her grandfather, W.S. Stuckey, Sr. in Eastman, Georgia, Stuckey’s grew into over 350 stores nationwide by its peak in the 1970’s. The company was sold in 1964 and sadly declined for decades under a series of corporate owners. Fortunately, Stuckey’s is now in family hands again and making a comeback thanks to acquisition of a pecan shelling and candy plant.
Stephanie received both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia. She worked as a trial lawyer, was elected to seven terms as a state representative, ran an environmental law firm, served as Director of Sustainability for Atlanta, and taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Georgia School of Law. Stephanie purchased Stuckey’s in November of 2019 and assumed the role of CEO. Stephanie’s achievements include being named one of the Most Admired CEOs of 2022 by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, 100 Most Influential Georgians by Georgia Trend Magazine and a graduate of Leadership Atlanta. She serves on the corporate board for Bealls, a Florida-based retailer with more than 550 stores.