Candice Dyer

Writer
Cleveland, Ga.

You can find numerous samples of Dyer’s work in Brenau Window magazine. But that is not the only place. The 1992 graduate and journalism major started her career in newspapers, but she turned her off-duty hours during the time she spent as a reporter for the Macon Telegraph into a detailed research project into the middle Georgia city’s eclectic music scene. That became the basis for her book Street Singers, Soul Shakers and Rebels with a Cause: Music from Macon. Dyer, noted for her unique style that blends thoughtful intellectualism and down-home wit and irreverence – writes prolifically for a number of national and regional publications – most frequently Atlanta Magazine.

Ashley Boyce

Operations Coordinator
Turner Broadcasting, Atlanta

The 2005 Women’s College mass communications and music graduate and Alpha Gamma Delta member seemed to have every kind of student broadcasting job available at Brenau – manager of the TV Station, Cable95, for three years, Operations manager for WBCX-FM for two years and a DJ on the station two years. After production jobs with Forsyth County, Ga., communications and Comprehensive Technical Group she joined Turner in 2011 in a role that includes client service and technical support for satellite reception and distribution all along the Turner network, including CNN.

Aundrea Wilcox

Author and Senior Business Counselor
Tennessee Small Business Development Center
East Tennessee State University, Kingsport, Tenn.

Wilcox, an Evening & Weekend College alumna with a Master of Business Administration, in May published her first book, Startup Savvy: Strategies for Optimizing Small Business Survival and Success. The book is filled with professional advice and tips especially for potential entrepreneurs and any business in business less than five years. In addition to her university affiliate job, Wilcox is executive director of the small business office for the Kingsport, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce.

Jones P. “Jay” Andrews

Andrews, Jones P.Director of Broadcasting & Digital Communications
Brenau University, Gainesville, Ga.

As a Brenau student in the 1970s, Andrews was the first student manager of WBCX-FM, the Brenau-licensed radio station. After a career of more than 30 years in radio in North Georgia and North Carolina, he returned to Brenau to oversee the radio station and help with development of other digital and multimedia communications vehicles for the university. He recently re-launched the “Jay Andrews in the Morning” music, news and informational radio program.

Michelle Wiley

Vice President of Membership
Gainesville/Hall County Chamber of Commerce
Gainesville, Ga.

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