MEET FORREST TUFF

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Forrest Tuff is a visionary leader dedicated to professional excellence and helping others to achieve the same. He finds avenues to engage the business community, citizens, and youth through his personal, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic endeavors.

He is the founder and CEO of One Vision Productions, an award-winning multimedia and branding agency. Its clients range from small businesses and government agencies to film studios and Fortune 100 corporations such as Coca-Cola, 20th Century Studios, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Woodruff Arts Center. It is listed as one of Atlanta's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For by the National Association for Business Resources.

Recognized among Atlanta's 500 Most Powerful Leaders and the Top 100 Transformational Leaders by the John Maxwell Team, Tuff is an internationally-renowned speaker. He has delivered keynotes and training workshops throughout the United States and in 15 countries across 5 continents. He is a Certified Master Life Coach and one of only 89 elite speakers in the world to receive Toastmasters International's prestigious Accredited Speaker credential.

Tuff is also an accomplished author and producer. He was a finalist for the Georgia Author of the Year Award and trademarked the term Filmpreneur® due to his creativity and entrepreneurial skillset. He has worked on projects locally and nationally to include commercials, documentaries, films, music videos, podcasts, and television shows.

A servant leader, Tuff is a SCORE Business Mentor, 3DE Schools by Junior Achievement Business Coach, FBI Citizens Academy, and United Way of Greater Atlanta VIP Alumnus. He received a Leadership Certificate from BoardSource and created a Pay It Forward grant, which is annually awarded to a nonprofit. He is a recipient of the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award and President's Call to Service  Award.

A Georgia native, Tuff is a devoted family man and former Division I athlete that was inducted into his college's Basketball Hall of Fame.