Sherry V. Crawley is a communications professional specializing in the exploration of social impact at a broader scale. Currently the board chair of EarthShare of Georgia, she also writes for Atlanta Parent Magazine and Womenetics.com. She lives in Decatur with her husband, a photographer and biology lab manager at Emory University, and young son. She enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking and reading.
David Foil is a professional forester and president of Forest Resource Consultants (FRC). Based in Macon, GA, FRC is a forestry consulting and real estate firm serving a diverse array of forest landowners in the U.S. South. He is responsible for directing and managing the firm. In addition, he also handles many special projects, serves as the firm's Georgia Broker, and is primarily responsible for new business development.
David is a member of the Association of Consulting Foresters and is a registered forester in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina and a licensed Real Estate Broker. He is Past President of the Georgia Forestry Association, where he still serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee. He is also President of the Georgia Chapter of the Association of Consulting Foresters and a Trustee with the Georgia Forestry Foundation.
Charlie Harper is editor and publisher of GeorgiaPol.com, a website and media hub dedicated to fostering discussion of politics and policy affecting the state of Georgia, and Executive Director for PolicyBEST, a public policy advocacy group focused on finding market-based solutions for education, science, technology, medical and transportation issues. He has degrees in economics from the University of Georgia and Georgia State University. He wants to keep Georgia competitive and a great place to live.
Stasia Kelly is a media relations specialist with Georgia Forestry Commission. Stasia is focused on telling the story of forestry and the immense impact of the industry on Georgia's environment, economy and heritage.
Elizabeth Lenhard, a freelance features journalist, frequently writes about Southern food and culture. She lives and works in Decatur, Ga.
A veteran journalist, Frank Reddy has written for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Creative Loafing, Atlanta Magazine, Gainesville Times, and Gwinnett Daily Post. He has won multiple awards from The Associated Press and Georgia Press Association for feature writing, business writing, and hard news coverage. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Joy, and daughter, Stella. In October 2016, San Francisco-based Fiction Advocate published his first novel, Eyes on the Island.
Atlanta-based Rebecca Treacy-Lenda is an award-winning communications professional specializing in sustainability strategy and reporting.