2021-2022 Alpharetta High School Foundation Board Members
Jason and his wife, Alice, have lived in Alpharetta since 2008, and have two children, Jamie and Aaron. Jason is a supply chain professional with over 20 years of experience across retail, wholesale & manufacturing organizations, leading teams across multiple geographic regions & culture, specialized in supply management, project development, and business process improvement. Jason is passionate in driving sustainable and meaningful growth of organization, people, and community. He has been on various committees driving organizational purpose, strategy, culture, innovation, employee engagement etc. Outside his work, he dedicates his time to volunteer at church, schools and Boy Scouts of America. He is a Life-to-Eagle advisor of Troop 1857. He led international student fellowship for multiple years and organized church conventions. He was a SGC member of Ocee Elementary School.
Whitney (Decaminada) Jankovic
Whitney joined the administrative team in 2016 after serving in the Alpharetta High School Math department since 2011. Currently, her roles include 504 Coordinator, Testing Coordinator, Data Specialist and Prom Coordinator for Alpharetta High School. She manages and oversees much of the standardized testing and helps teachers to analyze and apply data from assessments in their classrooms as well as coordinates support for students requiring 504 plans and accommodations. Whitney is also a member of the AHS staff F.U.N. committee which plans activities and events to increase staff moral. Whitney lives with her husband, Mike, in Alpharetta and enjoys traveling the world and attending social events.
George, his wife Stacey, and their two children have lived in Alpharetta since 2012. Their daughter, Sinclair, attends AHS and son, Christian, is currently at Webb Bridge. George recently retired from The Procter & Gamble Company after 35+ years in multiple business units and roles. He started a new company Ascend Commercial Solutions bringing expertise in Sales and Market Development to grow commercial capability in client companies across the globe. George and Stacey support several non-profit organizations through their Koehnke Family Charitable Fund. Outside of his work, George enjoys travel, fitness, working around the house, and (of course) shuttling his children to their activities. He looks forward to contributing his organizational development and marketing skills to enhance the AHS Foundation.
Tania Schletty has been a member of the Alpharetta community since 2012 and resides with her husband, Matthew, and their 5 children; Cheyanne, Desmond, Deporess, Caleila, and Matthew. She is originally from Youngstown, Ohio, and attended The Ohio State University, majoring in Accounting, and received her MBA in Finance. She enjoys her career as a Finance Manager, and but enjoys finding balance by spending time with her family, volunteering in the community and mentoring youth. She has a variety of experience in serving on boards supporting her passions of student achievement, arts enhancement, and academic achievement.
Tracy Taft Morton
Tracy is a 27 year resident of Alpharetta and both of her children graduated from AHS. During her time at AHS, Tracy actively participated with the PTSA and helped to cultivate arts participation and support. Her husband Jamie Morton acts as a mentor to the AHS Robotics team. As a Realtor with Harry Norman Realtors, she witness everyday how our schools are the cornerstone for so many individuals, families and businesses moving into our community. It's one of the joys of Tracy's job to share with clients and business partners the successes of our local schools. As an active member of the Alpharetta business community, she hope to build relationships that benefit AHS students and staff.
Shaunda Edmonds, PhD
Dr. Edmonds and her husband, James, are residents of Alpharetta. They have three sons, and
one is a graduate of Alpharetta High School, Class of 2018. Dr. Edmonds is currently a Vice
President of Global Sales and Client Relationships at a Financial Services and Payments
Technology company with responsibility for leading client relationship management and sales
strategies and execution. She is also actively involved in initiatives related to talent acquisition, diversity, equity, inclusion, and employee and community engagement. Dr. Edmonds values creativity, relationships, professionalism, trust and making a difference in her community and professional networks. She is a lifelong learner with an insatiable thirst for knowledge and is passionate about empowerment through academics, arts, athletics, community involvement, and technology.
Tom Hatcher is the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department Chair at Alpharetta High School. He has been at AHS since 2006 and teaches AP Computer Science A. Tom is also the primary adviser of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter which is the largest student organization at AHS.
Tom is a licensed CPA in Georgia and has worked over 20 years as a financial executive in the Atlanta area prior to changing his career path to education. He lives in Roswell with wife Sharon and has two grown children who also live in the Atlanta area.
Carolyn has lived in Alpharetta since her oldest daughter began as a Freshman at AHS in 2013. Her youngest daughter graduated from AHS in 2018. Carolyn has been a board member on the AHS band board and was the AHS volunteer of the year before she was hired as a PA II for one of the AP offices. She was recently promoted to the position of Principal’s secretary.
Lee Wagner has been a resident of Alpharetta for 20+ years including educating 3 children in the system. Lee has been a business owner in mobility solutions and currently leads the mobile solutions group at AT&T. He believes education is a corner stone of a successful community. In addition the AHS Foundation, he spends time with non-for-profit organizations including church, community coaching, Habitat for Humanity, and the American Cancer Society.
Marc Gelber and his wife Lisa have been residents of Alpharetta for 18+ years. Their son Daniel is a junior at AHS and Megan is in 8th grade at Webb Bridge Middle School. Marc is a retired real estate investor. Since moving to Alpharetta, Marc and his wife Lisa owned a small real estate investment company specializing in transaction structuring, property acquisition, note buying / selling and rental property management of single family homes.
Marc has been an active volunteer in the community having held positions including Lake Windward Elementary School VP, Parliamentarian, LSAC Chair for Lake Windward ES, LSAC Chair for Webb Bridge Middle School and Secretary of Windward Homeowners Association. Currently Marc serves on the Alpharetta Zoning Board of Appeals.
Todd Fuller and his wife, Mia, have lived in Alpharetta since 1995. They have 3 daughters, Sammantha, Dara and Ellie that have all attended school along Webb Bridge Road. He is currently an IT executive for a public technology company in Alpharetta.