Our family recently adopted Lily. I am an instructional designer and technical writer for work. Our family is active in our church and community. We live in Decatur. I am looking forward to working on the newsletter and providing other types of writing and IT help.
Dog Consultant Manager
Cory joined GRRA in 2011 after reading about the need for a volunteer to fill the Webmaster role in the newsletter. Eager to play a part in helping with website updates, Cory jumped right in and was recognized as Volunteer of the Month for June 2011. Since then, Cory relaunched the website for the organization and stays busy maintaining and adding new features to it as the needs of the group change.
In his current role, Cory is leveraging his passion for technology by developing and maintaining the website that offers many benefits to both volunteers and visitors to grra.com. Additionally, Cory works closely with other volunteers in the various roles within GRRA to understand their reporting and communication needs and ensures data in the current CRM system is accurate to aid in the decision making and communication processes across the organization.
Cory lives in Acworth, GA with his wife Christine and seven cats - Maggie, Molly, Mama, Four, Five, Hunter, and Mackenzie. Outside of GRRA, Cory enjoys bicycling if he can be torn away from a computer.
Foster Home Coordinator
Foster Home Coordinator
Home Check Manager
Triever Taxi Coordinator
Retriever Taxi Coordinator -- Paws on the Path Coordinator
Ken started with GRRA in 2010 when he and wife Nancy adopted Molly as a companion for their golden Jackson. Ken was so impressed with his Adoption Consultant, Victoria and Molly's foster, Shawna that he filled out the volunteer form and was "all in". Since then they have been foster failures with Rico, Buttercup, Max, The Boz, Daisy and Duncan. Over the years Ken has been involved as an Adoption Day Escort, Foster, Intake person and currently is the coordinator for the two most fun jobs in the GRRA organization: Retriever Taxi and Paws on the Path. Retriever Taxi has about 40 volunteers that taxi our goldens around metro Atlanta: to fosters, form fosters, to vets, from vets. to trainers or wherever they need to go . Paws on the Path, which has grown to 450 members holds monthly hikes and swims for our GRRA humans and dogs all over metro Atlanta. A fun time each month with friends ( old and new ) while having quality time with our furry goldens.
Ken and Nancy live in Roswell with goldens Daisy and Duncan. Their two sons, Brett and Todd live and work in San Diego. Ken is President of Fleetwood Cleaning Services of GA and Nancy is a first grade teacher and reading specialist at Woodward Academy.