Philanthropy With Purpose

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Prioritizing charitable giving, to some, may seem like a distraction from work. At DMC Atlanta, though, we believe that philanthropy and producing quality work go hand in hand. Whether we're raising awareness for men's prostate and mental health or hosting a blood drive to benefit a local hospital, we know that our commitment to being socially responsible as a corporation produces better business leaders who generate better results for our clients. 

Our Recent Philanthropy Event

This past Monday, the DMC Atlanta team hosted a blood drive with Life South at one of our after-hour office favorites, Dunwoody Tavern. As one of the leading suppliers of blood to the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Life South calling our company and asking for help was a cosmic sign. Dunwoody Tavern, who graciously agreed to host us, allowed Life South to park their donation van and helped us attract 40 people to the event in a 2-hour time span! Of those 40 attendees, 10 donated to our cause, supplying Life South with varying blood types needed for surgeries, transfusions, and more.

Why It's Important To Incorporate Philanthropy Into Your Personal Routine

Philanthropy gives people an opportunity to get excited about a cause bigger than themselves. No matter the motivator, be it animals, kids, poverty, dental care, or curing diseases, we encourage our team members at DMC Atlanta to find what moves them and get behind it. Whether they allocate their free time outside of work to giving back or bring their ideas to our management team to get the whole company involved, we vocalize often the importance of recognizing your blessings and gifts and using them to pay it forward. With as many hours as there are in the week, we can all find time every month or quarterly to do something kind for someone else, right?! It's called good karma for a reason!

Why It's Important To Incorporate Philanthropy Into Your Organization

Work should be more than just a focus on the bottom line. Great companies believe in the development of their team members, personally and professionally, into the best version of themselves. Industry leaders who place philanthropy as a core value have better morale, employee engagement inside and outside of work, and retention because they have provided a workplace that goes beyond clocking in and out; they've provided a workplace of purpose. Philanthropy allows teams to bond, "do good", and put positive energy into the world. 

How To Find Your Cause

Maybe you know what cause hits home already, or maybe, like most, you're still trying to find what moves you. If that's the case, we encourage you to take a look at a national registry of nonprofits and decide what you would want to invest your time in. When you do find something that interests you, like donating at a soup kitchen or collecting textbooks for impoverished kids, ask your company to get behind you, whether that be through participation or monetary donation. We think you'll be surprised at the overwhelming response to help. 

What has allowed our business to scale over the last 15 years is our emphasis on integrity, mindfulness, and philanthropy. To everyone who came out to our recent event, thank you for your generosity. We consider ourselves so fortunate to be in such great company, surrounded by people who want to make a positive impact in more ways than one. Stay tuned as we gear up for "Movemeber" and aim to raise over $60,000 before 2018 ends!

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Rae Stafford

Human Resources Manager

Rae has been a part of the DMC Atlanta team since 2012. She is head of HR and has an unnatural love of queso.

Jenna Huss

VP of Development

Jenna is DMC Atlanta's VP of development. She is one of the smartest people we know, but she has no idea how loud she is.

Leon Butts

Account Manager

Leon was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico and raised by a single mother with 17 siblings. Leon has always had a competitive spirit and a natural when it came to athletics, especially wrestling.

Mike Figueroa


Mike was born in New York, NY but raised in Atlanta, GA and attended the State University of West Georgia.

Dan Bazuin


Dan was raised in a northern Michigan, runs an office in Detroit, and has the nickname "Bear Claw." Dan joined our team after a couple of years in the NFL. 

Chris Auwarter


Chris grew up in a small town in NY and runs an office in Dallas, TX.  He is a proud Cleveland Browns Fan.  Seriously.  He is.

Andres Campanucci


"The Nucci" is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina. If you don't like him, it's you, not him.  He's awesome.

Adam Dorfman

President & CEO

Adam founded DMC Atlanta in 2003. He is a bourbon and food snob who loves his family and live music. He is also a proud "Headblade" proponent.

Alethea Burke


Alethea was born in Alaska, spent most of her childhood in Florida, but claims Atlanta as her home. Occasionally Adam hides in her hair when Jenna is being really loud.

Savanah Hart

Human Resources Recruiter

Savanah is an Atlanta native who graduated from Valdosta State.  If you thank her for something, you will immediately know she worked at Chick-Fil-A

Michael Cosper


Michael was raised south of Atlanta. He is a rabid UGA fan who runs our team in Nashville with his wife, Vianca. Go Dawgs!

Chad Harpole


Chad Harpole started in the company in Austin, TX.

Sofin Rajwani

Account Manager

Sofin was born and raised in India, then made his way to the States to further his education. He loves to dance and is often seen busting a move around the office here at DMC Atlanta! 

Ganessa Pickens

Assistant Manager

Ganessa is from Riverside, CA, but we are slowly converting her to sweet tea.  She has mastered the non-duckface selfie.

Shilan Parham


Shilan was born and raised in Iran, moved to China, and lived there for 8 years. She always had a dream to move to the United States, as it is the land of opportunity.

Kenneth Burke

Account Manager

Ken was born and raised in upstate New York, and his true personality is just as colorful and awesome as part of his upbringing, where he worked with traveling carnivals!

Tia Maiello

Human Resources Recruiter

Tia grew up in a tiny town in Upstate New York and loves being a part of DMC Atlanta's growth. We love it when she says "calendar."  

Adam McNally


Adam  was born in Washington D.C. and grew up in a small town in southern Maryland. He loves this business because it's purely based on performance.

Austin Owen


Austin was born and raised in Atlanta. He has traveled the US in search of the perfect protein shake.

Julia Copeland

Human Resources Recruiter

Julia was born in Iowa, but her dad's job moved her family out to the suburbs of north Atlanta. From there, her love for lemonade and the word "Y'all" grew.