Dana Urrutia, APR, has been writing for clients and the media for more years than she cares to admit, working on both the corporate and the agency side of the PR business. Now an empty nester with a bit of reality TV problem, her personal goal is to have her entire family live in the same time zone.
David Greer is the cultural architect and CEO of Tillman Allen Greer/Story Road Studios. He is an innovative thinker with 30 years of experience in marketing, communication and business development. He is the publisher of Gwinnett Magazine and Gwinnett Business Journal, and stays on the cutting edge of technology and creativity with successful ventures in social media, video production and songwriting. David is also the founder of The Heroes Project, an organization to raise awareness and funds for the fight on cancer.
Mary Rennie is a (recently engaged!) public relations industry professional with a zest for life and a streak for the creative. Residing in Gwinnett for 21 years, she writes about everything you must know about living in this county.
Ron Baker, managing editor of Gwinnett Magazine, thinks this feels too much like writing an online dating profile.
Kelly Greer, publisher of Gwinnett Magazine, is a consummate optimist and firm believer that the best is yet to come for all of us. Kelly has ditched her business suits and pantyhose in pursuit of living out the purpose and destiny she has been called to lead. A gifted encourager and "mostly" recovered control freak, Kelly's focus lies in helping women discover (or rediscover) their passion, purpose and joy for living -- but not as our current society defines it, but rather as our Creator does. When not annoying people with her talk of destinies and adventure, you can find her living out her dreams in Buford, Georgia.
Kells Hildebrandt learned to cook from her grandmothers who instilled in her a lifelong love of carbs. Since then, she has taught herself how to prepare healthy, balanced meals that look and taste delightful. These are her edible adventures.
Jerri Miller, CFP™, opened Wealth Horizon, Inc., in 1998 as an independent investment advisory firm for clients with a net worth above $1 million because she wanted to work with them with fewer conflicts of interest. Jerri earned her Certified Financial Planner™ designation in 1998 and loves “educating and empowering people with knowledge and confidence,” especially those who are in transition periods due to divorce, death of a spouse, the sale of a business, or retirement. Nearly everyone fears change, Jerri says, but women especially want to feel confident that an advisor has their best interests at heart. Jerri prides herself on treating all her clients as individuals and enjoys taking the mystery out of financial planning for them.