Anthony Chanudet has been a dedicated Georgia Trust volunteer since 2011 when he moved to Atlanta from South Florida. He has attended nearly every Trust event since that time. Anthony always maintains a positive attitude and great enthusiasm in every task he is given; from parking cars at a historic site, to bartending at a Ramble dinner or putting out directional signs. As a native of Pennsylvania, Chanudet enjoys his time with the Trust and learning more about the history of Georgia and its architecture. When he is not volunteering, Anthony stays busy as the Service Manager for Tesla in Marietta and managing his various rental properties in the area. He hopes to one day retire and restore a historic home in one of the many towns that he has visited with The Georgia Trust.
Since 1978, The Georgia Trust has recognized a volunteer of the year with the Camille W. Yow Award, which is named in honor of a longtime volunteer and its first recipient.