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Steve Kilpatrick with Kilpatrick Advisors, Jeremy Bowen with Unishippers, and Janet Young with AWSCPA


Steve Kilpatrick/Kilpatrick Advisors

Steve has been a member of the financial services industry since 1993, is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) practitioner and holds the securities industry Series 7 and 63 industry exam certifications, and is securities licensed through Investacorp Inc., a registered Broker/Dealer – member FINRA & SIPC. Prior to joining the financial services industry he worked as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with Catarineau & Givens PA of Miami and with Thomson Brock Cherry & Co. of Tallahassee, FL. A graduate of Stetson University, he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting. Steve’s industry experience includes previous positions as Vice President of Investments with Prudential Securities (Atlanta) and First Vice President of the Private Client Group of Robert W. Baird & Co. (Atlanta).

In an effort to provide greater service to each client, Steve has also earned the Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) designation. The Personal Financial Specialist designation, established in 1987 by the AICPA, recognizes considerable professional experience in financial planning. The PFS program is administered by the PFP Division of the AICPA, which was formed in 1986 to assist in the growing practice of personal financial planning.

 Jeremy Bowen/Unishippers

Local business owner and franchisee Jeremy Bowen with Unishippers Middle Georgia opened his Unishippers business this past June as his second small business since college. Having worked for the Unishippers Macon franchise several years ago in sales, Bowen pursued the opportunity to open his own franchise in his hometown of Griffin for two reasons: 1) Unishippers is one of two resellers for UPS, which is the world’s largest package delivery company and global leader in transportation and logistics, and 2) Unishippers has gone to great lengths to establish partnerships with 40 plus freight suppliers, establishing itself as the largest reseller of shipping services in the nation with the ability to offer the best deals and discounted rates for small to mid-sized businesses.

Janet Young/AWSCPA-Georgia

Janet Young is the National VP of Membership for the American Women’s Society of CPA’s (AWSCPA) and the most recent past president of the Georgia Chapter of the AWSCPA. Her mission for the year was to “Nurture and Grow.” The AWSCPA Georgia chapter is a network of women devoted to tax and accounting. They are in the business of developing future Women CPA Leaders in Atlanta. They offer excellent and affordable Continuing Professional Education, selecting only the best speakers that address today’s issues in a relaxed environment.


Shirley Borghi with the Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia

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Shirley Borghi is Managing Partner with The Gunner Group LLC, and is the Interim Executive Director of the Hispanic  Health Coalition of Georgia (HHCGA).

The HHCGA is a 501 © (3) non-profit organization created to advance health policies that will improve access to services for Hispanic children and adults throughout the state. It was founded in 1990 and currently is Georgia’s only statewide organization that focuses on Latino/Hispanic health. 

The Hispanic Healthcare Coalition of Georgia’s mission is to promote health equity for all Hispanics by empowering, educating and advocating for healthy communities throughout Georgia.

Together with its members (both health-related and non-health centered organizations and professionals), HHCGA identifies needs and service gaps leading to health disparities for Georgia Hispanics and offers direct community services as well as supportive activities to help its members improve the health wellbeing of Georgia Latinos. 



Dan Popovic with cMEcompete

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MBR081313v2Dan Popovic has 15 years’ experience in Product Innovation at companies like BellSouth, Equifax and Choicepoint, where he built multi-million dollar technology platforms and also previously served as President of the Southeastern Software Association. He is a Leader in support of the Robert Wood Johnson Prevent Obesity Campaign and was recently spotlighted for the work he is doing in the Atlanta Community as the director of the Atlanta BeltLine Running Series, which was created to support programs vital to the success of the Atlanta BeltLine. Dan has served in various advisory and support roles with Non-Profits such as Hands on Atlanta, Rainbows for Children, Senior Citizens, Horizon Theatre. He is an avid endurance athlete having participated in hundreds of running, cycling and triathlons, which led to his most recent inspiration, cMEcompete. Dan is the founder of cMEcompete, which is a social media platform for endurance events where participants discover like-minded communities, track their accomplishments and get rewarded for being active. He is hopeful to use emerging technologies to create healthy communities.