CaringWorks CEO Carol Collard has been named a 2024 Georgia Titan 100

Congratulations to CaringWorks CEO Carol Collard for being named a Georgia Titan 100!

Using criteria that includes demonstrating exceptional leadership, vision, and passion, the Titan 100 program recognizes Georgia’s Top 100 CEO’s & C-level executives who are the area’s most accomplished business leaders in their industry.

“When I founded CaringWorks in 2002, I had the vision that all people, no matter their social or economic standing, should have a chance to improve their quality of life,” Carol said. “Today I’m proud to lead an organization and team that helps nearly 1,000 men, women, and children each year escape homelessness and achieve stability. I’m honored to be recognized as a Titan among other colleagues throughout the state who are working hard to make our community stronger.”

“The Titan 100 are changing the way that business is done in Georgia. These preeminent leaders have built a distinguished reputation that is unrivaled and preeminent in their field. We proudly recognize the Titan 100 for their efforts to shape the future of the Georgia business community. Their achievements create a profound impact that makes an extraordinary difference for their customers and clients across the nation.” said Jaime Zawmon, President of Titan CEO.

Collectively, the 2024 Georgia Titan 100 and their companies employ upwards of 125,000 individuals and generate over $31 billion dollars in annual revenues.

Click here to see the full list of Georgia Titan 100 recipients shown below. Carol will join other honorees at an awards ceremony in May 2024, and she is among six leaders in our community who are recognized as Titans for their important work combating homelessness.

2024 Georgia Titans in Homeless Services:

Carol Collard, CaringWorks, Inc.
Jimiyu Evans, PCCI – Project Community Connections
Raphael Holloway, Gateway Center
Tyese Lawyer, Our House, Inc.
Maryum Phillips, Status: Home
Scott Walker, 3Keys



January 2024