It’s not often a person finds a day job that brings back great childhood memories. Nicole Jones, owner of Smallcakes Peachtree City, is one exception.
Sandy Solly and her husband Dan use their years of expertise in travel to guide you in the right direction for your next big adventure.
Kimberly Gaddis represents condominiums, townhomes, homeowner associations and cooperatives and acts as general counsel for these corporations throughout the state of Georgia.
Ellie White-Stevens, owner of Dirt1x, knows what it takes to grow a small business. She’s built her’s from the ground-up while doubling her sales last year.
Brenda Erickson, lives on site at Counterpane School and continues to seek innovative ideas as she guides this unique education program.
Not everyone enjoys working with numbers. Maria Vigil does – and always has. A lifetime math lover, Maria studied actuarial science and has been keeping books for various companies since 1986.
When Ashley Lanier decided to study law, she imagined a career in criminal court. But she actually found her niche in an area she didn’t know existed: community association law.
Sisters, A’Leah and Taylor Burrell, are the first siblings to take state titles in over a decade.
As a high school junior, Serenity Richardson knew she wanted to be a business and politics leader, and that The King’s College was the only Christian college specifically equipped to help her meet that goal.
One of McIntosh High’s newest teachers is also an alum; Adrienne Scasny graduated from McIntosh in 2011! She was also a four-year member of the state-champion McIntosh Chiefettes Dance Team.
At the age of 17, Fayette County native Dani Runnals, already felt called to fight sex trafficking. After high school, she began a public relations degree at UGA, with plans to pursue a nonprofit career focused on raising awareness.
Meghan Plunkett is all about service — to her country and to her patients. Meghan, who is in the top four percent of her class, graduates from the Air Force Academy with a BS in biology this year.