Rachel (Johnston) Eisaman is owner and principle director for Joli Residential. She grew up shadowing her father, a contractor, in his workshop and in and out of houses he was building. It was in these early days that she learned to appreciate the work put behind the walls to make a house a home and developed a keen understanding for the importance of maintaining all elements of a home from foundation to roof and all the systems in between. She moved to Atlanta in 2004 after graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Forensic Anthropology and took her interest in homes to a new level by pursuing a degree in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Atlanta. Since its beginning in 2009, Rachel has grown Joli Residential, which now has two divisions: Concierge HOME and Concierge MOVE and has built an amazing team of “headache handlers” to tackle diverse homeowner needs. Her client list includes notable philanthropists, CEOs, and professional athletes.Rachel lives in Summerhill (near Grant Park) with her husband and is dedicated to the Atlanta community. When she is not making life easier for her clients, she is giving back to her community through board positions with ArtsATL, Design Collective, and Golf for the Kids.
Cheryl Tyler is an organizational development consultant and the founder and president of Define Consulting, LLC, a management consulting firm offering a holistic, “systems thinking” approach, helping each client define their own unique vision for success. As a former Vice President of Human Resources and Training in the Hospitality Industry and now as an Organizational Development Consultant, Cheryl partners with clients offering a holistic, “systems thinking” approach, helping each client definetheir own unique vision for success.As lead consultant on a yearlong culture and training initiative for the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, Cheryl partnered with Arthur Blank and his team to ensure that his legacy and vision for core values and service was inculcated into the new stadium. This initiative included needs analysis, design, development, execution, and measurement of service philosophy and culture training for over 7,000 executives, supervisors, team members, and third-party vendors.Cheryl specializes in services such as: Executive Coaching; Culture Transition and Change Management; Succession Planning; Customer-Experience Programs and Initiatives; Communication Skills to include Professional Presence; Facilitation and Presentation Skills; Leadership Development Programs; and Employee Engagement and Performance Management Strategies.Clients represent academia, retail, stadiums and arenas, manufacturing, hospitality, food and beverage, hotel, casino / gaming, rent-to-own, city government, finance, technology, transportation, healthcare, consulting firms, and professional associations.Cheryl has served as Adjunct Faculty for Anne Arundel Community College and Guest Coach / Instructor for both Georgia State University and University of Nevada Las Vegas. Cheryl earned her PHR (Professional in Human Resources) from the Society of Human Resource Management and served as VP of Professional Development for the Las Vegas Chapter of ASTD (American Society for Training and Development). Cheryl is a 20-year member of CHART (Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers).
Katy Galli is a member of the leadership team at the Corporate Business RadioX® studio in Atlanta, and is proud to assist the BRX® team in their pursuit to tell 1 million positive business stories. Katy is an entrepreneur and advocate for the student-athlete. She is the creator, host, and producer of the Keep Moving Forward podcast where she interviews former professional and collegiate athletes about how to make a successful career transition out of the sporting world and into “the real world.” Katy is certified as both a CrossFit-Level 1 trainer and a USA Track and Field coach.
Corey Rieck is the President and Founder of The Long Term Care Planning Group, a firm that specializes in delivering Long Term Care education and coverage to companies, high net worth individuals and large organizations. Since 2001, Corey has devoted his career to Long Term Care as a result of multiple personal experiences. A neutral provider of Long Term Care Solutions since 2001, Corey brings a unique and comprehensive consultative perspective to this issue. Since 2003, part of his commitment to the Long Term Care Industry includes his having trained over 3,500 advisors from San Francisco to Wall Street on how to properly position Long Term Care to clients through the CLTC organization. (www.ltc-cltc.com) Additionally, he has authored dozens of published industry articles on Long Term Care and has assisted many of the nation’s leading LTC carriers on operational and educational matters.