Co-Founder of MVK of Greater Atlanta. Brian has lived in Atlanta since enrolling at Georgia Tech in 1987. With his degree in Electrical Engineering Brian worked his way up the ranks at Inglett & Stubbs Electrical Construction for 22 years. For the past two years Brian has been a consultant to data center clients. Outside of work, Brian is active with coaching his kids' basketball and robotics teams, the Temple, JELF finance committee, and the Zeta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi - New House steering committee. Brian lives in Atlanta with his wife Susan and three children, and attends as many Georgia Tech sporting events as time allows.
Co-founder of Most Valuable Kids of Greater Atlanta. Since moving to Atlanta in 1995 from Memphis, Susan has been actively involved in the community. In addition to co-founding MVK of Greater Atlanta, Susan serves on the board of the Zaban Paradies Center, a shelter serving homeless couples. Susan
is also very involved in her children’s school, Sarah Smith Elementary,
and served as treasurer of its Foundation for three years. Susan has
also served on the board of trustees for The Temple and on the board of
the Midtown Assistance Center. Professionally, Susan was the Director
of Finance for The Winter Properties, the Director of Investor Relations
and Treasury for Post Properties and a Senior Tax Associate for
Deloitte. Susan is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in the state
of Tennessee. Susan holds her BBA from The University of Wisconsin in Madison and a MPA in Taxation from the University of Texas in Austin. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Brian, and their three children.