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MELONIE: Editor In Chief

Need a nonprofit guru and consigliere?  Look no further.  Melonie aims to learn as much about as many awesome nonprofit organizations as possible.  With a Masters in Nonprofit Management, she has spent years working with organizations of various sizes; hosting special events, developing programs, and managing Boards.  In addition to her nonprofit work she can be found cooking wonderful meals for her friends and family or indulging in Atlanta’s most delicious restaurants. Learn a little more about this contributor in her FEED self interview

KIM: Contributor

Kim is a current contributor to the FEED Atlanta. From helping us source new spaces for events to interviewing some awesome Atlantans, Kim is hard at work on this project.  Aside from her work with us, Kim has strong connections to social enterprise through her work at the Hub Atlanta and ifPeople.  Soon she will be embarking on a trip to Hydrabad, India to further her experience in social enterprise.  Before she jets off, we sat down for an interview to discover what feeds this girls soul.  Get to know her a little better through her FEED self interview

MIKE: Contributor and Design Genius

Meet Mike.  An all-around great guy to know in Atlanta, Mike has been working on innovative and engaging projects promoting local and sustainable food for a few years.  A co-founder of Crop Mob Georgia and active volunteer with Georgia Organics, Mike is your go-to guy to learn about sustainable food in Atlanta. He doesn’t just preach local sourcing- he practices it in his endeavor to make sustainable and locally sourced mead and beer.  Although not yet available on the open market, these all natural brews are sure to intoxicate your senses.  In addition to all this local-yummy-goodness, Mike also runs his own marketing and design firm focused on good and sustainably minded businesses.  Go Mike.  Read about all his awesome talents in his FEED self interview