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Todd Sentell, past President of Alpha Arts Guild. His career has been one of extreme professional versatility, leadership, and volunteer contribution to the community. Todd is a gifted salesman and sales manager, teacher, writer, working artist, and competitive athlete. You can view more of Todd's artwork by CLICKING HERE.


He's a USA Boxing Masters level amateur boxer, fifteen time marathoner, novelist, memoirist, and prolific folk artist. In August 2018, Todd upped his USA Boxing record to 1&1 in the inaugural Atlanta Masters Open with a unanimous decision over Jeff Cook from Greenville, South Carolina. In September 2019, Todd lost to William Ruschel of Pennsylvania in the second annual event in what's become the premier USA Boxing Masters' event in the United States.

For many years, Todd was director of sales and marketing of Fuji Development USA’s $40 million Golf Club of Georgia, designed by Arthur Hills. At the same time, he was director of marketing and golf writer relations of Fuji Development’s high-end public club, White Columns Golf Club, designed by Tom Fazio.

Beginning in the early 1990s, Todd revolutionized elite-level membership sales methods, private and public golf club marketing, and golf club media relations practices, while also producing $27 million in membership sales in his years at The Golf Club of Georgia. He's also co-founder of The Golf Club of Georgia’s annual “Georgia Cup,” one of the world’s most highly regarded international amateur golf events held the week before the Masters.

For his sales, sales management, marketing, and public relations innovations in the hospitality industry, the Atlanta native was awarded in 1998 with Georgia Trend magazine’s “Best and Brightest: 40 Under 40” award, given to Georgia’s most innovative business and political leaders.

Todd was a 2011 candidate for induction into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, sponsored by the University of Georgia Libraries. He’s also a two-time award winner for magazine journalism from the Magazine Association of the Southeast for articles published in "Golf Georgia."

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