Tag Archives: advocacy

What is Tucker? Part 3: Ability to be Left Alone

Ability to be Left Alone In my last post, I talked about how one of Tucker’s characteristics is how easy it is to get to know your neighbors. An equally important characteristic is how easily it is to get people to leave you alone. A lot of folks moved to unincorporated Tucker specifically to avoid […]

What is Tucker? Part 2: Just Plain Neighborly

The Ability to Get to Know Your Neighbors At a holiday party this weekend, a friend who lives east of Stone Mountain talked about doing his gift shopping in Lilburn and Snellville. As he walked between shops, his attempts to greet people with “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays” or even just “Hi” were met with dour […]

What is Tucker? Part 1: That Small Town Feel

THIS POST IS MY PERSONAL OPINION AND NOT THAT OF ANY ORGANIZATION TO WHICH I BELONG. Whenever Tuckerites gather, there always seems to a discussion of what Tucker actually means to them. I’ve heard plenty of people talk about maintaining Tucker’s character as the main reason they voted for cityhood. I had this happen again […]

The DeKalb Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Commission, Part 1

THIS POST IS MY PERSONAL OPINION AND NOT THAT OF ANY ORGANIZATION TO WHICH I BELONG. As many of you know, last week I was elected chairperson of the new DeKalb Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Commission. Much of Georgia’s recent success with these businesses has come courtesy of vigorous effort at the state level. […]

Honored to be Named Digital Media Game Changer by TAG

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Andrew Greenberg Among Hub Magazine’s 2016 Media Technology Game Changers Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) publication releases latest issue focused on Digital Media & Entertainment Technology.  ATLANTA, GA — September 28, 2016— The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), one of the nation’s largest state trade organizations dedicated to technology and innovation, recently […]