Published April 14, 2016
ATLANTA—Augusto Elias, one of the volunteer members of the Atlanta Archdiocesan School Advisory Council, has been named to an advisory council of the National Catholic Educational Association.
In Atlanta, Elias leads the marketing committee and is positioned to be council president during the next school year. He is director of marketing at The Coca-Cola Co. and a member of the Cathedral of Christ the King.
He was recently appointed to serve on the National Catholic Educational Association Marketing Communications Council. The 11-member council will serve as in-the-field consultants, advisors and collaborators with the NCEA marketing communications staff. They will contribute the viewpoints of NCEA members.
Elias was nominated by Rebecca Hammel, associate superintendent of Catholic schools.
The NCEA is a professional membership organization “rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ … that provides leadership, direction, and service to fulfill the evangelizing, catechizing, and teaching mission of the Church.”