Joseph Malbrough / UPS Store Cobb Parkway
Joseph Malbrough is the President of Parkland Place Associates, which owns and operates The UPS Store Cumberland Galleria in Smyrna, Georgia.
He was the top revenue producer at The Metro Atlanta Chamber, where he generated over a million dollars in revenue from 1994-2004. He served as the Assistant Vice President of New Business Development at United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta and Vice President of Business development at Entrepreneur Advisors. He also held revenue development roles at Motorola Communications and Clear Channel Communications.
Joseph is Past President of the Smyrna Business Association, where he currently serves on its Board of Directors and Chairs the Smyrna Business Expo.
He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Coalition of Cobb County Business Associations, The Campbell High IB Foundation and Chairs ACE (Antioch Christian Entrepreneurs).
A native of Beaumont, Texas; He received a Bachelor of Communications degree from Lamar University. He and his wife Cara are active members of Antioch Baptist North and reside in Smyrna with their sons Evan and Jared.
Ashley Sutz/ Millennial Media Group
Ashley Sutz is the president of Millennial Media Group. Millennial Media Group is a marketing and Media Consulting firm specializing in social media marketing for small businesses in Cobb County. The company’s focus is on Strategy, Engagement, Results. Ashley is a graduate of Kennesaw State University. In addition she spent 7 years in the Georgia Army National Guard (5 years working full-time). Her career has allowed her to manage web presence for 14,000+ organizations. She has been responsible for social media accounts, websites, blogs, (managing editor) 20-page monthly magazine.
Emmanuel Wiggins/ Summer Street Renovations
Summer Street Renovations was created 5 years ago when i moved to Atlanta
from Philadelphia. The company is a spin off of Wiggins and Wrights
Construction, which was based out of Philadelphia. When i moved to Atlanta
I vowed to never do construction again, because of the economy unstable
income. I slowly began to do odd jobs before finding a need to launch my
first solo project, Summer Street Renovations. As a kid i grew up on a
small block called Summer Street, which held all my childhood memories,
hence why i decided to name my company after it. My company specializes in
the theory of ” One Stop Shopping” and our motto is simple, ” We fix
everything, but a broken heart”