She is a Wife, Mother, Businesswoman, Humanitarian, & Philanthropist. Meet Bridgitte Hatfield, President of Refuse To Do Nothing Nonprofit.
Q: Tell us about Refuse to Do Nothing Nonprofit and what do you all do? BH: Refuse to Do Nothing (RTDN) was created to not just serve one need, but what we see as the five basic human rights: clean water, clothes, shoes, food, and shelter globally. One of the things I wanted to create with this organization was not just to be limited to certain causes, but if we saw or heard of a cause that needed help, we would be flexible enough to adjust our resources t..
Emmy Award Winning Journalist & Best Selling Author, Leeza Gibbons, Shares Her Insights on Today’s Challenges For Caregivers & Maintaining a Positive Outlook.
Q: It's safe to say that you're best known for your TV work on Entertainment Tonight, Leeza, and 2015’s Celebrity Apprentice. What thoughts come to mind about that body of work? LG: I'm a lucky girl. I have had a career that has been challenging, fulfilling, and fun! I studied broadcast journalism and have been on a path of wherever the stories took me ever since. After reporting in TV and radio news, I became an entertainment correspondent and anchor be..
An Exclusive Interview with Hall of Fame Golf Legend Annika Sorenstam
Annika is often regarded as the greatest female golfer of all-time. During her 15-year, Hall-of-Fame career, she rewrote the LPGA and Ladies European Tour record books, won countless awards, and changed the way women’s golf was played, viewed and covered. She amassed over 90 worldwide victories, including 72 on the LPGA and 10 Major Championships. Annika holds a record number of Rolex Player of the Year awards (eight) and Vare Trophies for the lowest sc..
Ursula Evans - Leading Women in the Adventure of Self-Discovery!
Author & Certified Life
Coach for Women Around
The World “Life isn’t
about wait ing for the
storm to pass, it’s about
learning how to dance in
the rain”Q: What made you want to write a book about self-love/care? UE: I had first-hand experience of being a doormat woman, a woman with no identity and a woman who didn't fully love herself. Through my own personal growth, my spiritual foundation and using coaching techniques I knew ..
Bonnie Rich. An Effective Leader with a Passion for Cause.
She Fights for the people in her district because she never stopped being one of them. Believing in herself and her own leadership helps her serve others. She serves In the Georgia House of Representatives as a member of the Judiciary Committee, Retirement Committee, Ways & Means Committee, and the Special Committee on Access to the Civil Justice System. She also serves as the Chairman of the Legislative & Congressional Reapportionment Committee.Q: Why d..
Meet Fox 5 Emmy Award Meteorologist & Co-Host of Good Day Atlanta, Joanne Feldman
Her Lifelong Fascination with the Weather & Inspiration to Become a Meteorologist Started Early in Life. She can Bring Sunshine into the Dreariest of Weather Forecast. Q: What made you decide to go in the field of telling the weather? JF: I had a lifelong fascination with weather, having experienced a hurricane as a child. But it never dawned on me to pursue it as a career until I was halfway through my undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia. I..
Kim Ford Is A Keynote Speaker, TV Host & Media Consultant. She Has Appeared On CNN As An Entertainment Correspondent Where She Shares Her Take on What’s Relevant in Film, Television, & Celebrity News.Q: After college, where did you feel your career path would take you? KF: Honestly, I wasn’t really sure. All I knew was I wanted to live in Atlanta. I knew I’d figure it out when I got there. It took a while, but I finally figured it out. Q: What was your fi..
She’s a Skilled Lawyer Who Knows the Law & Her way Around the Courthouse. Meet Criminal Defense & Domestic Relations Attorney Dana Pagan.
Q: Why did you decide to attend law school?DP: I attended law school because I wanted to have a challenging career and I wanted to help people. My undergraduate degree is in Criminal Justice, so I have always had an interest in the criminal justice system and the theories behind crime and punishment. Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?DP: Both of my parents owned their own businesses, so my first jobs were working for both of ..
Meet Atlanta Attorney, Heather C. Wright. Her Law Firm can Handle Cases Through any Legal Means Necessary Including Litigation, Negotiation, or Mediation & She will use Her Years of Experience to Achieve the Best Possible Outcome.
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? HW: Honestly, at the time of completing high school, I was focused on getting to law school and having a career in law. Specifically, I wanted to have a well-rounded education for my undergraduate degree, so I studied finance at the University of Georgia, and then went straight to law school at Mercer University. I knew that I wanted to practice law but did not know exactly what t..
Attorney Jennifer L. DeLoach Understands the Many Legal Issues that a Family Can Face. She Offers Compassionate & Experienced Legal Counsel Regardless of the Situation, by Fostering Relationships Through Effective Communication.
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? JD: As a small child and all the way through high school, I aspired to become a novelist. I was always a big reader, and still am. I wanted to write historical fiction, especially, and in college I majored in history and English. It wasn’t until the end of my college career that I realized I probably wasn’t built for the career uncertainties of being a professional fiction writer, a..
As a Former Prosecutor, She has a Great Deal of Experience in Criminal & Immigration Defense. She’s Experienced, Respected & Gets Results! Meet Atlanta Attorney, Meighan L. Vargas
Q: Why did you decide to attend law school?
MV: Law is a calling for me. I love trial practice and some of the puzzles we have to solve. So, I decided I wanted to attend and then move on to help people using my education and skills. It sounds cliché but it’s absolutely true, to this day.
Q: Share with us your experience as a prosecutor and why you decided to leave.
MV: I have experience as both an Assistant District Attorney and an Assistant Solicitor Ge..
Compassion, Understanding & Knowledge: Attorney Tracie Klinke Provides Immigration Legal Services of the Highest Quality with Uncompromising Commitment & Exceptional Service.
Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?TK: My first paid job was in high school – I was as a waitress at a local restaurant known for its pie. I’d say there were three good lessons that came from that experience. First, that I had to serve whoever sat in my section – be it someone I liked or didn’t like or felt awkward around (like the most popular girl in the school). I had a job to do and couldn’t let personal biases get in the wa..
Meet Atlanta Attorney, Christina Baugh, President for the Diverse Interests of Women Lawyers in Georgia
She Proudly Serves as President for the Diverse Interests of Women Lawyers in Georgia & Has Earned the Respect of Her Peers as One of the Top-Rated Attorneys in the Nation!Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? CB: After high school, as I made it to college, I thought I was going to proceed to medical school, to be a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon. However, I only turned toward law school during my final semester in c..
Dedicated & Determined, Reaching out with News that Counts! Meet Channel 2 Action News Anchor, Wendy Corona
Q: How did your career start as a news anchor?WC: My career in journalism began as a nosy child! I went to Journalism School at the University of Southern California and set out to be a reporter. My first job out of college was as a reporter in Yuma, Arizona … a very small market! It wasn’t until my second station in El Paso, TX where the news director who hired me to report then tapped me to fill-in anchor. That’s when I started getting experience at the ..
She’s an Air Force Veteran, Mental Health Therapist & Founder of the I Am Enough Movement! Meet Best Selling Author, Megan Fenyoe
Q: When you graduated from High School, did you have any idea you would be an Air Force Veteran, a Mental Health Therapist, Best Selling Author and run a Nonprofit Organization? MF: Absolutely not. I knew I wanted to help people, but I have a learning disability and when I was in high school my guidance counselor told me that I should never go to college because I was never going to graduate. Little did I know that at that exact moment I would begin worki..
Hailed as One of Atlanta Metro’s Top Agents, Meet Realtor Debbie Faulkner. She Offers Unparalleled Market Expertise & Personal Service to Ensure You Make the Right Decision!
Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?DF: My first job was at Six Flags Over GA. This job taught me how to grow outside my position and be intentional about learning the duties of other employees. I was able to work a lot of overtime because of my knowledge. In other words, be versatile and valuable. My dad said, “You can work a job but make sure to be valuable and develop skills that you can use in case that job goes away. “ Mat..