Douglas Brian Ammar



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Douglas Brian Ammar

438 Edgewood Ave.

Atlanta, GA 30312

404-827-0027, x28

doug@gjp.org

PERSONAL INFORMATION


Born - Winston-Salem, NC

Raised -Charleston, WV

Family- Married to Dr. Melissa Alves; Sons-Conor (5), Micah(1)
EMPLOYMENT

Georgia Justice Project Atlanta, GA

Executive Director 1995-Present, Project Attorney May 1990-Present


Davis, Matthews, & Quigley Atlanta, GA

Associate July 1989 - April 1990, Summer Associate 1988
Procter & Gamble Birmingham, AL
Sales June 1984 - May 1986


Family Consultation Services & Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Atlanta, GA

Summer, 1986



EDUCATION


Washington & Lee University, J.D., 1989 Lexington, VA

Homer Adams Holt Scholar 1987-1989, Francis Lewis Law Center Fellow 1988-1989


Davidson College, B.A., History, 1984 Davidson, NC

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, George L. Gladstone Award, Scotty Nichols Award


COMMUNITY SERVICE & LEADERSHIP

Leadership Atlanta, Participant, Class of 2004

National Legal Aid & Defender Association Conference, Speaker, October 2002

United States Department of Justice Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative, Speaker, September 2002

Atlanta Regional Assembly on Faith and Public Life, Participant, February 2002

Atlanta Law & Religion Symposium, Organizing Committee, 2000-present

Project on Integrating Spirituality, Law & Politics, Member 2000-present

Athens Justice Project, Board Member, 2000-present

Emmaus House Episcopal Church, Vestry Member, 2000-2002

Foundation for Ethics & Meaning (NYC), Speaker, May 2000

Oakhurst Recovery Program, Board Member, 1997-2000

State Bar of Georgia Indigent Defense Committee, Member, 1997-present

Grant Park Family Health Center, Board Member, 1989-1993, President, 1992-1993

Young Life, Volunteer 1989-1995



PROFESSIONAL AWARDS


  • Fulton County Daily Report, Young Lawyer on the Rise, 2002

  • Omicron Delta Kappa at Washington & Lee University, 2001

  • Emory Law School’s Public Interest Committee Inspiration Award, 2000

  • University of Georgia Equal Justice Foundation’s Knox Award, 2000

  • Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Indigent Defense Award, 1999

  • Davidson College’s John W. Kuykendall Award for Community Service, 1999

  • Atlanta Catholic Social Services’ Award for Exemplary Service, 1998

  • Davidson College Alumni Admissions Program Award, 1998

  • The Georgia Indigent Defense Council’s Commitment to Excellence Award, 1997


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