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| @andrew_dunn |
Senior News Contributor at Charlotte Agenda
Founder of Social Ape Marketing. CLTeats.com creator. Lover of Charlotte, dogs, yoga, and awesome food.
Linguist. Fan of bookstore smells, hip hop, my backpack, and democracy. Freelance thinker. Beyoncé enthusiast.
| @@chrissie_beth
Public defender, food blogger (offtheeatenpathblog.com), football fanatic, lover of craft beer, red wine, cheese, and other delicious things.
| @ClayRMorrell
Writer. Food-lover. Hogwarts enthusiast. Plaza Midwood fan. Mom.
| @thatCBeck
Writer, actor, and theatre enthusiast who also happens to work in the alcohol industry.
| @deboone |
Social media manager desperately seeking verified status.
| @DannyGassaway |
My perfect day would include skiing, live music and Tar Heel football. And the Tar Heels would win.
Eric Linne is the author of the young adult novel, Reversal and the film screenplay, The Bears of Blue River. He and his family love living in NoDa.
Greg is a west Charlotte resident and co-founder of QC Family Tree.
2014 North Carolina Teacher of the Year. Educator. Activist. Minister. Artist.
| @ByJasonFoster |
Charlotte native and longtime journalist whose work has also appeared in print and online for news outlets including SportingNews.com, The Charlotte Observer and The (Raleigh) News & Observer.
| @thetrolleywalk |
I live in Elizabeth, work in Uptown, and spend my time loving where Charlotte's been and thinking about its future.
Charlotte Agenda Writer
Most recently: Why my kid rides the bus
| @AllTheWells |
Jonathan Wells is the beer writer for Charlotte Agenda.
| @dollardje
Resident fashion expert and chocolate cake connoisseur. Covering fashion and retail across Charlotte.
| @PetersPonders |
I split my time pretty evenly between hunkering down in the corners of Charlotte's finest beer and coffee purveyors, checking baseball box scores, and writing about the people, places, art and food.
Justin Perry is the co-chairman of OneMECK, an organization pushing for more diversity in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
| @katie_levans |
Co-Founder and Creative Director
Writer doubling as a travel, wine, and Oxford Comma enthusiast.
As a freelance journalist of long standing, Martin has published more than 120 articles, reviews and commentary on urban development topics in ​such ​national publications ​as the Washington Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution​, and Urban Land​ ​and ​​locally in​ The Charlotte Observer and PlanCharlotte​. As an architect, planner and consultant he advances an agenda of smart growth,​ ​quality urban design, integrated transportation solutions and culture change. He is also the former ED of the Charlotte Area Bicycle Alliance and former director of facilities planning for UNC Charlotte.
Mary covers faith for the Charlotte Agenda.
| @maryfgross |
My name is Mary Gross and I am a copywriter, a craps player and an excellent napper.
| @MillerYoho |
Works in sports and likes to talk about his dog, Ultimate Frisbee, CrossFit, and how he goes to bed way to0 early.
| @paulabroadwell
20-year Army veteran, non-profit leadership consultant, co-founder of the Active Charlotte Alliance, and co-director of Think Broader Foundation (a gender equality social impact group).
Charlotte native. Fashion & food blogger. Social Media Specialist. Brand Ambassador.
Writer and author obsessed with food, travel, design, history, and all things Charlotte.
| @Sherrell_Dorsey
Sherrell lives in NoDa with her impressive shoe collection. She is a social-impact storyteller who speaks and writes frequently on the intersections of sustainability, technology and digital inclusion.
| @lifeundeveloped |
Chef, foodie, coffee addict and blogger behind Life Undeveloped, who's perpetually early to everything. Lover of craft beer, red wine and everything Charlotte.