Christopher Cummings is the founder of TrustyGuides.com. Christopher is passionate about education and has spent years as an instructor for the Princeton Review. Christopher currently works as a management consultant for one of the world's top consulting companies. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Emory University.
Amir Mokari is the managing editor and strategy officer of Trusty Guides. He has a wealth of experience across various industries including retail, hospitality, manufacturing, and insurance. He is currently a consultant at a leading international strategy consulting firm. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke University with a B.S. in Economics.
Debra Wolf is a professional writer and independent consultant with a broad base of marketing, communications, and training experience in both business and the visual arts. She has lived throughout the US and parts of Europe, and has worked for and with global divisions of Fortune 1000 companies as well as entrepreneurs, artists, and galleries. As a parent, freelancer, art collector, art writer, and perpetual student, she covers a variety of topics. Debra holds a BA from Wellesley in French and Russian, and an MBA in Marketing from Wharton. She plays multilingual scrabble with her sons, craves a Diebenkorn and a Dérain, and has resolved to learn the tango in the coming year. You may reach her at http://www.artonthemark.com.
Allyson Wells is a freelance writer whose work has been published in major national newpapers. She has also worked as a college-level public speaking instructor. She holds a Masters in Mass Communication from Florida State University and Bachelors in Political Science from Georgia State University.
Andrew Alexander is a graduate of Vassar College and the Center for Writers in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. His writing appears in many local and national publications.
Lisa Zyga is a freelance writer who has covered subjects including physics, astronomy, health/medicine, technology, music, business and more. She has articles published in magazines such as Innocent Words, Symmetry and Tracks & Treads. She also has professional experience as a copyeditor and proofreader. She graduated from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana with a bachelor's degree in Rhetoric.
Megan's first writing success came in the first grade, when she was asked to read her werewolf story on public access cable. From that auspicious beginning, her career soared. Megan has also worked as a nonprofit manager, newspaper reporter, waitress, project coordinator, and beauty product namer. (Although the last job may or may not be true.) Her work has appeared in the Avon Lake Press, Romantic Short Stories, the Altenau Financial Update, Flyer News, TOEFL® access, and on bathroom walls worldwide. She holds a BA and a Master's in English from the University of Dayton.
Pam Perry, a freelance writer/editor/PR consultant, has written for numerous publications including Atlanta, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Jezebel and Art Papers. She has also prepared grant proposals for the Georgia Assessment Project, College of Education, Georgia State University; served as a communications consultant for the Leadership Institute for School Improvement; and coauthored the 1996 Insiders' Guide to Metro Atlanta. Pam was recently the publicist for Professional Training Systems, a fitness/nutrition/personal development facility, and currently serves as Press Liaison for the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta. She received her BA from the University of Alabama, where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, and earned an MA from Georgia State University.
Jennifer Rose is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Child and Family Development. She is currently working on her certification to teach English as a Second Language (ESOL) in the public schools.
Brad Mitchell is a third year medical student at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA, and will receive his MD degree in May 2007. His work has been published in professional medical journals in the areas of hypertension, diabetes, and infectious diseases. Brad received his BA in Economics from Emory University. He is married to Anne, a nurse at the nation's busiest burn center and graduate student in public health.