Board of Directors Philosophy

We believe the key to running a successful non-profit organization is having a significant amount of diversity amongst board members. We are proud of the fact that our Board of Directors is comprised of a diverse group of thought leaders ranging in age from 18 to 72. As an organization striving to have a positive impact on the next generation of leaders, we believe it's critically important to include perspectives of leaders from multiple generations, genders, races, religions and various other group affiliations. Regardless of the unique life experiences each board member offers whether it be the experiences and perspectives of a CEO, entrepreneur, student, physician, attorney or professor, all of our board members do have one thing in common: they have a strong passion for social justice and equality! If you, too, have a strong passion for social justice & equality and believe love and education are the key to creating positive change and want to learn more about what it takes to serve on a Board of Directors for our 501c3 non-profit organization, please contact us!

Meet our Board of Directors

The Let's Do Better Movement began with a vision from two amazing women who wanted to have a positive impact on the world by teaching our next generation of leaders how to use love & education to serve their communities.

Emily
Kelly

Emily is a co-founder of the Let’s Do Better Movement along with her sister, Danielle. In early 2020, Emily and Danielle found themselves disappointed that it took a pandemic to get people to actually start caring about each other. This planted a seed in their hearts to find a meaningful way to help share God’s love with others. A few months later after observing the nationwide outcry and impact over the highly publicized death of George Floyd and others, they came to the conclusion that America and all Americans have to do better. They wondered what the world would look like if every individual consciously decided to find something that they could do better at whether it was simply showing more kindness, patience, humility, forgiveness, acceptance or love. They believe that the best way to have a positive long-term impact on the world is to use love and education to open the hearts and minds of their peers - the next generation of leaders. Thus, the Let’s Do Better Movement was born.

Emily is currently a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA studying film production and screenwriting. She is also a member of LMU’s University Honors Program. One of the short films she wrote, What goes Unseen, was selected as “Best in Class” while studying at the University of Southern California prior to attending LMU and was shown at the USC Summer Film Festival. The film dramatized the impact of domestic violence on women.

She is also the founder of Wolflion Studios, a production company that produces short videos for small businesses, non-profits, and individuals.

Danielle
Kelly

Danielle is a co-founder of the Let’s Do Better Movement along with her sister, Emily. In early 2020, Danielle and Emily found themselves disappointed that it took a pandemic to get people to actually start caring about each other. This planted a seed in their hearts to find a meaningful way to help share God’s love with others. A few months later after observing the nationwide outcry and impact over the highly publicized death of George Floyd and others, they came to the conclusion that America and all Americans have to do better. They wondered what the world would look like if every individual consciously decided to find something that they could do better at whether it was simply showing more kindness, patience, humility, forgiveness, acceptance or love. They believe that the best way to have a positive long-term impact on the world is to use love and education to open the hearts and minds of their peers - the next generation of leaders. Thus, the Let’s Do Better Movement was born. 

As a social justice & equality influencer, Danielle has acquired a wealth of knowledge on topics such as culture, identity, intersectionality, allyship, privilege & oppression and teaches weekly training sessions on these and a variety of other social justice topic to high school students in Georgia.

Danielle is a senior at Wesleyan School in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA. She currently serves as the President of the Wesleyan Chapter of the Let's Do Better Movement. While not in school, she has proven to be a community leader participating in numerous volunteer activities and mission trips organized by her church and family. She is also a decorated track & field athlete placing 6th place at the Georgia State Championships in long distance events and was a member of Wesleyan’s cross country State Championship winning team in 2020.

Sandeep
Gauba

Sandeep is the CEO of Metasys Technologies and GoProcure. He is recognized as an intelligent, thoughtful, and passionate leader who has experienced considerable success leading high performance organizations.  Both he and his organizations have received public recognition for outstanding leadership, growth, profitability, sustainability, culture & innovation.  His most recent honors include being recognized as Atlanta’s top entrepreneur in 2019 by TiE Atlanta and recipient of the FinTech Advance Award by the Technology Association of Georgia.

Prior to his CEO role, he had a diverse background with Fortune 100 companies working in Strategy, Finance and Marketing.  He has deep expertise in the areas of Cost Management, Performance Reporting, Supply Chain solutions and driving enhancing the effectiveness of businesses by leveraging Information Technology.

Born in India, Sandeep learned the importance of civic responsibility, social justice and inclusion while attending St. Columba’s School in New Delhi.  Recognized as one of India’s finest educational institutions, the school prides itself on their approach to education which has always been inclusive and welcoming of students from all backgrounds and with various abilities or disabilities.  He then attended IIT Delhi earning a degree in Civil Engineering followed by an MBA with emphasis on strategy, finance and IT from the University of Maryland.

Scott
Ortwein

Recognized as one of the best lawyers in America, Scott Ortwein is co-leader of Alston & Bird’s Corporate Transactions Department. Mr. Ortwein’s practice is concentrated in the areas of corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. He regularly advises Boards of Directors and Committees of Boards of Directors in their consideration of extraordinary corporate transactions. Mr. Ortwein has represented over 50 public companies in a variety of industries in the areas of corporate governance, securities compliance, public and private securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions. Specifically, Mr. Ortwein has represented public companies and investment banks in over 65 public equity and debt securities offerings with proceeds of over $40 billion and has been involved in more than 75 public and private company mergers, acquisitions and dispositions with consideration of over $15 billion.

Mr. Ortwein was named Securities/Capital Markets Lawyer of the Year in Atlanta by The Best Lawyers in America (2014) and is listed in a number of publications as a leading corporate attorney, including Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of Mergers & Acquisitions Law and Securities/Capital Markets.

Prior to joining Alston & Bird in 1995, Mr. Ortwein received his Doctor of Law (JD) Degree and his MBA from the University of North Carolina.

Mr. Ortwein is a proud father of three amazing daughters.

Jules
Sherwinter, MD

Dr. Sherwinter is a prominent physician and businessman whose successes have been documented in various magazines.  He is Chairman Emeritus of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta physician’s continuing medical education committee and currently an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine where he teaches medical students and residents.

Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, He moved to New York City at 9 years of age. He attended both college and medical school at the University of Pennsylvania, one of America’s top Ivy League institutions.  He completed his Pediatric Residency at Columbia Babies Hospital in New York; followed by an NIH Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York.

In 1978 he moved to Atlanta and founded Dunwoody Pediatrics which has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s best Pediatric practices. With locations in Dunwoody and Alpharetta, GA, the team of 6 physicians and 2 PA’s take great pride in providing the highest quality of care to their patients.

Dr. Sherwinter also founded The Children’s Kidney Center in Atlanta and started the Scottish Rite Nephrology department of which he was chief for over 40 years.

He graciously continues to give back to his profession and the communities in which he lives.  In addition to being a founding board member of the Let’s Do Better Movement, he has served on the boards of many hospitals and community nonprofit organizations, as well as on the education planning board of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

He is happily married for 39 years and has 2 married children and 4 grandchildren.

Pete
Lovelace

Pete is an experienced leader in the hospitality industry. His professional career took him to Ritz Carlton hotels and notable golf courses in a variety of roles including the Director of Operations at Bethesda Country Club and then Club Manager at the Atlanta Athletic Club. Pete currently leads Booster Spirit Wear as General Manager and VP, having responsibility for leading the entire source to print and customer service operations.

 

Pete sits on multiple apparel industry Boards.  He's passionate about helping communities thrive, sustainable apparel products, and bringing humanity back into the apparel industry.

 

Pete was born in New Hampshire and graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Hospitality.

 

Pete, his wife Emily, and three daughters now live in Johns Creek, GA.  Pete has many other entrepreneurial and professional interests including real estate. He and his wife own Rams Horn Properties in Hanover, NH and Highlandshouseforrent.com in Highlands, NC.  Pete coaches lacrosse throughout the year for his girls’ teams. He was named Coach of The Year in 2019 for the county lacrosse league.  

Shaun
Kelly

Shaun is an executive leader with demonstrated success managing large organizations. He currently serves as CEO of Gospel Shirt Company and has been instrumental in the company’s efforts to provide free clothing to those in need.  Prior to his role at Gospel Shirt Company, he served as a Senior Vice President for an $8 billion insurance company where he was responsible developing the vision and strategy for multiple departments and teams around the globe including oversight of a Procurement organization with $1.5 billion in annual spend, Corporate Real Estate Division with 68 offices worldwide, Outsourcing Strategy & Delivery, Vendor Management, Global Security and Travel.

 

Shaun has been the recipient of numerous performance awards throughout his career which he gives credit to the amazing individuals he has had the pleasure of working with throughout the years.

Shaun regularly serves as a pro-bono business advisor and executive coach for small and midsize organizations and previously served as a board member of the National Lenders Insurance Council and was chair of his previous organizations Customer Operations Executive Board.