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Emily Sprinkle "Emma Loggins"
Editor in Chief of Women's Business Daily
Emily Sprinkle, also known as Emma Loggins, is a designer, marketer, blogger, and speaker. She is the Editor-In-Chief for Women's Business Daily where she pulls from her experience as the CEO and Director of Strategy for Excite Creative Studios, where she specializes in web development, UI/UX design, social media marketing, and overall strategy for her clients.
Emily has also written for CNN, Autotrader, The Guardian, and is also the Editor-In-Chief for the geek lifestyle site FanBolt.com.
Alexandra C. Pauley is an Atlanta native and PhD candidate in political science at Georgia State University. Her research examines the social and political impact of dramatic narratives in popular TV shows and films. She has 7+ years experience conducting research and 5 years experience analyzing quantitative and qualitative data. Alexandra is currently serving as a GSU Provost's Dissertation Fellow while completing her dissertation, "The Netflix Effect: How Binge Watching Episodic Dramas Influences Political Attitudes and Perceptions of Marginalized People."
Elizabeth Paturi is the digital communications manager for TrainingPros and has been responsible for social media strategies and marketing projects for the firm since 2013. As an innovative and resourceful social media marketing professional who enjoys creativity and ingenuity, Elizabeth thrives in a fast-paced, purpose-driven environment where she can enhance business development. She earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from The University of Texas in Dallas with an emphasis on management information systems. She now lives in metro Atlanta. When learning leaders have more projects than they have people, TrainingPros can provide the right L&D consultants so they can start their projects with confidence. Visit TrainingPros for more information.
Leigh Anne Lankford
Leigh Anne Lankford is president at TrainingPros. Her expertise is in learning and development (L&D) with a background in instructional design, project management, e-learning and facilitation in the health care, software development, finance and service industries. Prior to TrainingPros, she founded an e-learning tool company and worked in various corporate training positions. Lankford received a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of West Georgia and a master’s degree in human resource development from Georgia State University. She also earned an Information Mapping® Professional™ Certification and a Six Sigma Green Belt certification, and she is an active member of the Association for Talent Development. When learning leaders have more projects than they have people, TrainingPros can provide the right L&D consultants so they can start their projects with confidence. Visit TrainingPros for more information.
Ty Wheeler is a relationship manager at TrainingPros and is based in the Nashville metro area. She utilizes expertise in marketing, graphic design, consultative sales, instructional design, creative problem solving and relationship selling to serve TrainingPros clients in the Southeast market and recruit specialized learning and development (L&D) consultants. Prior to joining TrainingPros, Wheeler worked for a variety of companies in the telecommunications, financial and computer technology industries. She earned a bachelor’s degree in management and organizational leadership-global studies at Bethel University and a master’s degree in instructional design and technology from Trevecca Nazarene University. When learning leaders have more projects than they have people, TrainingPros can provide the right L&D consultants so they can start their projects with confidence. Visit TrainingPros for more information.
Amanda A. Farahany
Amanda A. Farahany is a skilled Atlanta employment attorney and litigator who represents individual employees with claims related to sexual harassment, Family Medical Leave Act, discrimination, libel and overtime. She is managing partner at Barrett & Farahany, where she is dedicated to pursuing civil justice for employees, as well as providing consultation and support to management employees and executives. Amanda’s cases are regularly followed by the press. She seeks change for both individuals and society, has been recognized through numerous awards and achievements, and serves in many leadership roles. Additionally, Amanda is an adjunct professor of law at Emory Law School, teaching Advanced Trial Advocacy to third-year students. She can be reached at 404-487-0903 or https://www.justiceatwork.com.
Grace Starling is an associate at Barrett & Farahany, focusing her practice on representing individuals in employment law matters. Grace has a strong sense of authenticity and compassion in her interactions with clients and others. She advocates for people facing injustice and embraces initiatives leading to positive change. Grace balances grit with a collaborative approach as she strives to make sound and strategic legal decisions that achieve the goals of her clients.
Grace is a registered mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. Before joining Barrett & Farahany in July of 2020, Grace spent a year as a Staff Attorney with the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta. She also was a summer associate for a boutique trial firm in Atlanta.
Grace earned her law degree, magna cum laude, at Georgia State University College of Law where she was in the top 10% of her class. Grace received several honors at Georgia State including, the Highest Pro Bono and Public Service Distinction, the Excellence in Professional Responsibility Award, the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Professional Responsibility, and the Best Brief Award in Lawyering Advocacy. Grace graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Art History from Agnes Scott College.
While in law school, Grace organized and facilitated a groundswell of citizen engagement focused on supporting sexual assault/gender-based violence survivors at the state government level. This experience has informed her approach to the law, public policy, and community work. Grace remains interested and engaged in working on public policy that improves her community.
Sarah Margaret Henry
She's the author of Intricacies Are Just Cracks in the Wall and loves to write poetry, sing, paint, and spend time with her dog, two rabbits, and Alexander Hamsterton, her dwarf hamster.