Kristi Porter, Chief Do-Gooder with Signify, helps nonprofits and for-profits with a social mission get noticed and grow through effective marketing and communications.
She also teaches solopreneurs and small businesses how to incorporate easy philanthropy strategies. Essentially, Kristi makes cause-focused organizations look and sound more professional so they can build a larger audience, increase sales or donations, and do more good.
As Vice President of Pollock Commercial, Philip Coven specializes in intown Atlanta commercial real estate sales and leasing, specifically office tenant representation. With proven success in identifying and exceeding client goals, Philip is known for providing one-on-one service with a keen attention to detail.
Mr. Covin grew up in Blackshear, Georgia and graduated from The University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business in 1995 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate. He is an active member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors where he has served on numerous committees and has been honored multiple times as the Board’s Member of the Month, as well as being a Life Member of the Million Dollar Club.
In the past, he has served as a Board Trustee for the Atlanta Preservation Center where he chaired its advocacy committee for seven years. He currently serves on the Boards of Freedom Park Conservancy and Easements Atlanta and resides in Inman Park with his wife Amy and son.
Kitti Murray and her husband Bill live on the edge of Atlanta in a refugee community that has been called the most diverse square mile in the world. This has been the most intense and inviting neighborhood in their experience, and it has taught them to dream big and love even bigger. One expression of that love has been Refuge Coffee Co., a non-profit Kitti founded as a way to join hands with neighbors near and far to create opportunity and true refuge through coffee and community service.
Refuge has been featured on CNN, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Senator Bill Bradley’s radio show, American Voices, Food & Wine magazine, and NPR’s The Salt. Kitti has spoken about Refuge at Creative Mornings, the Q Commons, Leadercast Women, Google Atlanta, and at other venues where people come to hear stories about justice and mercy.
About Your Host
Grace Hayden is dedicated to building comprehensive wealth management strategies to suit each of her clients’ financial paths. By establishing and maintaining good relationships with her clients, Grace is able to set up her clients’ accounts based on their needs, goals, and objectives.
In addition to being a familiar face around Atlanta Planning Group, after obtaining two bachelor’s degrees in Economics from the University of Venice – Ca’ Foscari and Georgia State University, Grace went on to work for some of the most well-known names in the financial industry, including Jackson National and Invesco, a global asset manager headquartered in Atlanta.
In Grace’s spare time she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, traveling and exploring Atlanta’s culinary scene.