As a founder and partner of GreenMellen Media, Mickey Mellen is regarded as the token “tech guy” and his insights are greatly valued on the GreenMellen team. With over 13 years of WordPress experience and a passion for helping others, you will often find Mickey leading a North Atlanta-based MeetUp, A Brighter Web.
He is also highly involved in social media and knows the ins and outs of everything from Facebook to Google+ and has spoken at many events around the country. You can also find Mickey coaching his daughter’s soccer team, playing softball or enjoying ice cream with his two girls and wife, Kelly.
Ali Green combines the eye of an artist with the strategic mind of an inventor. A gifted problem solver, she is able to convert a daunting mix of wishes, ideas and technical requirements into elegantly simple outcomes by clarifying client goals, stimulating their strategic and tactical thinking and solving development problems at each stage of a project, always with the end-user in mind. The results have been creative solutions for clients ranging from inventive solopreneurs to giants like Stainmaster™ and Chick-fil-A.
Schooled in both design and marketing, she adds the analytical skills of an engineer to complicated digital marketing strategies. Like her colleagues, she generously shares her experience and skill at events like WordCamp Atlanta and web design focused Meetups. For R&R, Ali spends time with her daughter, Norah Kate, and husband Chase.
As the Atlanta Market President, Wendy Stewart is responsible for advancing Bank of America’s strategy across Metro Atlanta by delivering the firm’s global financial resources and expertise to customers and clients. Wendy connects with local business leaders and community stakeholders to advance the goal of delivering one company to customers and clients. Wendy is also responsible for ensuring Bank of America’s Environmental, Social, and Governance strategy, including philanthropy and community development efforts have a positive impact on metro Atlanta.
As co-head of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Commercial Banking practice for the Southeast region, Wendy leads the firm’s efforts, working with mid cap and middle market companies. This includes public and private companies with annual revenues of $50 million to over $2 billion in a variety of industries. Wendy partners closely with teammates across the firm to provide the expertise and consultation necessary to deliver the best solution for the client. Wendy holds Series 7, 63, and 24 securities licenses.
Wendy joined Bank of America’s predecessor, NationsBank, in 1996. She worked on both the consumer and commercial sides of the bank. She left Bank of America in 2000 to join the executive team of the YWCA of Greater Atlanta as Chief Operating Officer. Wendy was responsible for streamlining the functions of the organization, solidifying its financial position, and positioning the organization for ongoing growth. Wendy returned to Bank of America in 2007, and she has held various leadership roles since that time.
Wendy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Presbyterian College, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree. Today, Wendy serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the Board of Directors for The United Way of Greater Atlanta, the Board of Trustees for Woodruff Arts Center, a director of the Buckhead Coalition, a member of Atlanta Committee for Progress, and a member of Leadership Atlanta- Class of 2017. Wendy has served in different leadership capacities in Atlanta, including President of the Board of Directors for The Heards Ferry Education Foundation; Board of Directors for The Georgia Center for Non Profits; and an alumna of Leadership Georgia- Class of 2010. She also is actively involved with her church and volunteers at her daughters’ schools.