Our Board

Bill Schnitzer

Bill is the Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Automotive Training Center. He has held several key positions with large corporations (Kraft Foods, ZEP Manufacturing, and Georgia Pacific) prior to acquiring Quality Fabricators® in Atlanta, GA. His ownership in this small business allows him the time to give back to the community. In addition to his work with ATC he is also a board member and volunteer at Remerge, TEDxPeachtree, and the CFO/COO of Community-Guilds –STE(A)MTRUCK – a mobile maker space disrupting education in Atlanta. Bill and his wife Rita live in Atlanta. They have two children and one grandchild. Bill is a foodie, soccer and hockey fan, loves to bike ride, and practice yoga.

Su Lee

Su came to America when she was 8 years old and experienced her first two years of American life in the unfamiliar humidity of Lakeland, Florida, the birthplace of Publix.  Her family moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1983 and she considers herself a proud Southerner. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Classical Studies and Secondary Education degree. Su taught Latin at the Fairfax County Public Schools System until she decided to stay home to be with her three beautiful children. Su now heads her family business, CBM Atlanta, Inc., a professional janitorial company that has humble roots; her parents supported Su and her siblings to go to college by cleaning office buildings at night. Su enjoys reading when she’s not binge watching Law & Order. She also enjoys leisurely walks with her dog, Keavey.

Andrej Ciho

Andrej grew up in Bratislava, Slovakia and moved to the US with his wife Jessica in 2003. They have 5 children and a basset hound. In 2010, Andrej founded and led the South Atlanta Bike Shop, a youth development program located in the Historic South Atlanta, which he recently handed over to another organization. Andrej’s day job is working as a project manager at CQL Inc., a software development company in Grand Rapids, MI. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, piano, and riding bikes with his family. He’s known for driving and working on old beat-up trucks that most would consider past their end-of-life.

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