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High Velocity Interviews Steve French: Digital Tool Factory, Grace Murphy: CCFA Georgia Chapter, and Immanuel Otterski: gatc

Steve French is the President and lead developer of Stronico Contact Management and currently provides all technical and business development for Stronico.

Over the last decade, Steve has worked with a wide range of Atlanta creative agencies and their corporate clients to build web applications that solve problems for their users. His company, Digital Tool Factory has provided behind the scenes technical muscle to the Atlanta design community since 2002.

As the youngest member of a family of engineers, Steve specializes in solving problems using all applicable technological solutions. He is well known throughout the creative community for his attention to detail and minimalist coding style.

Steve and his fiance reside in Atlanta, GA with 3 dogs. A graduate of the University of Georgia (BBA-Economics), Steve enjoys long-distance cycling, woodworking and bluegrass guitar.


The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cure for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. It was founded in 1967 by Irwin M. and Suzanne Rosenthal, William D. and Shelby Modell, and Henry D. Janowitz, M.D.

Four decades ago, the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation created the field of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis research. Today, the Foundation funds cutting-edge studies at major medical institutions, nurtures investigators at the early stages of their careers, and finances underdeveloped areas of research.

You will find information about all of the Georgia Chapter’s events on our blog:

This blog will contain day-to-day updates on special events, education and support programs, IBD News, volunteer and advocacy opportunities and relevant research.  We hope that you find the blog useful and encourage you to visit often and share your comments with us.

Thanks for your continued support of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation – Georgia Chapter.


Under the direction of their clients, gatc has established, operated and managed U.S. subsidiaries of international companies, enabling them to substantially grow their business in the USA.

Since 1983, gatc has offered its customers not only a cost effective and efficient solution for the U.S. market entry, but also market expansion opportunities for companies that are already active in the U.S., regardless of the industry sector.

Within only a few days, gatc provides a complete corporate organization and infrastructure. Their proven concept is based on transparency and close collaboration with their clients to successfully establish your U.S. business step by step.

High Velocity Radio Interviews Yasmine Jandali With VR Business Brokers

Yasmine Jandali is a professional business intermediary and owner of  VR Business Brokers N. Atlanta office.

VR Business Brokers is the largest network of professional brokers, and since its establishment in 1979, has sold more businesses in the world than anyone. The N. Atlanta office has been open since 2005 and has helped dozens of local community entrepreneurs successfully and confidentially buy and sell businesses.

Yasmine and her team bring to the table many years of personal and professional experience from high-level corporate careers to private business ownership. VR Business Brokers will handle the sale of your business honestly, professionally, and confidentially.


High Velocity Interviews Junior Achievement Leaders: Sr. Manager Jerrod Compton, Instructor Shawn Meade, and JA Fellows Cheyenne Cheathem, Adam Warren, and Jose Vega

Today we learned all about the Junior Achievement Fellows program from several perspectives . . .

We spoke to JA Sr. Manager Jerrod Compton, long time dedicated Volunteer and local businessman Shawn Meade with Redwood Wealth Management — and then we got the inside scoop directly from 3 enthusiastic, entrepreneurial JA Fellows: Cheyenne Cheathem, Adam Warren, & Jose Vega

Cheyenne Cheathem is a Rising Senior at the Kennesaw Mountain High School Academy of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. Adam Warren is a graduating senior from the Weber School and has completed his second year in the JA Fellows program. Jose Vega is a rising sophomore at Campbell HS in Cobb County and will be entering his second year as a JA Fellow this upcoming Fall.

As a JA Fellow, high school students develop the assets that will set them apart when competing for scholarships, in college, & beyond including:

– Leadership Team Building & Collaboration
– Financial Literacy & Entrepreneurship
– Business Etiquette Communication & Networking Skills.

The program offers a unique opportunity for self-motivated high school students to gain in-depth, hands-on experience that helps them become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and leaders. Students meet once a week for two hours with a group of their peers to pursue bold, ambitious goals. They gain valuable insight on financial literacy and the free-enterprise system, and are able to interact with prominent business, community & civic leaders that will help them gain access to internship and scholarship opportunities.

* STAY TUNED FOR JA RADIO: Junior Achievement of Georgia will be launching their very own Business RadioX TM show soon !