Atlanta Dream’s mission is to inspire, educate and empower in an effort to affect change by building a positive legacy on the following four pillars of:

Health & Wellness, Education, Diversity & Inclusion and Inspiring Women.

Past Recepients

2017 Inspiring Women

May 31, 2017 – Elizabeth Whitmore
Whitmore has served as a voice for Atlanta’s Westside since she began attending Clark Atlanta University in 2008, first as Morehouse College’s Lifeguard and then as a marketing executive for the Atlanta Ballet. Following her graduation, she began to shed light on the plight of the Westside by utilizing local news stations to raise awareness to the area. She continues to devote her time and energies to bettering this Atlanta community.


May 27, 2017 – Sarah-Elizabeth Reed
The First Lady of Atlanta, Reed is a community leader and role model for women. She serves on several boards, including the Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students, and the Motherless Daughters Foundation.  Most recently, Reed was named to the Georgia Board of Regents by Governor Nathan Deal and recognized among the 2016 Women of Achievement by Greater Atlanta YWCA.


May 21, 2017 – Lindsay Caufield
Caulfield is the Senior Vice President for Public Affairs and Marketing with Grady Health System.  Named a Corporate Marketer of the Year by the Atlanta Chapter of the American Marketing Association, Lindsay has made it her goal to humanize Grady since her hiring in 2012.  Her work showcasing the staff of Grady while leading the “I Wouldn’t Be Here Without Grady” patient stories have highlighted just how important Grady is to Atlanta and the Southeast.


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