Mamie Dayan Vogel is a senior manager of strategy and insights at the Home Depot. She and her husband, Steven, live in Chastain Park, and as a seventh-generation Georgian on her mother’s side, Vogel is an active part of Jewish Atlanta.
In addition to her role at the Home Depot, she recently launched a children’s clothing business called Constructive Kidicisms, designed to challenge traditional gender roles. She is an active volunteer with the Atlanta chapter of American Jewish Committee’s ACCESS, the Atlanta Regional Commission and Jewish Family & Career Services, among others. She received the 2014 Presidential Volunteer Service Gold Award, was a member of the GALEO Institute of Leadership and participated in the T&T Mobility Diversity & Inclusion Think Tank Challenge.
Vogel is Middle Eastern on her father’s side, and she credits her ethnic background with contributing to her desire to understand what a wonderfully culturally diverse place Atlanta can be.
“This is an ideal time to be Jewish in Atlanta,” Vogel said. “Atlanta has grown with Southern Jews and transient Jews all relocating alongside other transplants to Atlanta, and thus we have been afforded the opportunity to develop new relationships with other levels of Jewish religiosity and forced to develop a dialogue with one another, as well as with non-Jewish communities.”