Sally Mundell is the CEO of her own business, Mundell Consulting Services, and the founder and president of the Packaged Good, which encourages volunteerism among children. Mundell, a former Spanx executive, launched the nonprofit organization in Dunwoody in 2016 because her husband, Grover, sought to instill in their two daughters the importance of giving back shortly before his death in 2013.
Mundell, who lives in Brookhaven, uses the Packaged Good as a platform to partner with many organizations and has helped distribute thousands of care packages to soldiers, the elderly and others in need for the charities the Packaged Good works with. More than 90 events have taken place at the nonprofit since last August.
Mundell also serves on the social action committee for Temple Emanu-El and is on the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s Front Porch team.
“It’s a transformational time in Jewish Atlanta and what it means to be Jewish,” Mundell said. “I look forward to sharing my voice and ideas to help shape the future of Jewish Atlanta in the next 20 years and hope to see the community increase its self-awareness while focusing on tikkun olam.”