| Vice Chair
Curley Dossman - Vice Chair
is responsible for community relations program development for headquarters and local plant communities and administration of the Georgia-Pacific Foundation
and community programs department.
works closely with Georgia-Pacific's
executive leadership on Atlanta and Georgia-focused programs important to the company.
In directing the activities of the GP Foundation
is responsible for developing and implementing the company's overall philanthropic strategies.
Curley received a bachelor's degree from Morehouse College in 1973 and a law degree from Washington University School of Law in 1976.
Since that time, he has assumed positions of increasing responsibility in the government and public affairs arena.
Just prior to joining GP in late 1994, he was state vice president, government affairs for AT&T, where he was responsible for representing that corporation's interests in the legislative, regulatory and industry relations areas.
A native of Louisiana, Curley served for several years as legislative assistant and special assistant for U.S.