David Duley/I Can Media, LLC
David Duley, the founder and CEO of I Can Media, LLC, is originally from Flint, Michigan but he has called Atlanta his home since arriving to attend school at Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business. He has since started and been apart of multiple entrepreneurial adventures. Some of those include The Handyman Network, Inc., Triad Ventures, LLC, and PEARL Protected.
David’s latest project is I Can Media, LLC. On December 31, 2011 the self published book titled “I Can Fix America : 52 common sense ways YOU can make the United States great again” arrived online and in bookstores across America. David hopes his book I Can Fix America in conjunction with his website of the same name will help empower Americans with simple tool and ideas that can help restore America for generations to come. Since the release of the book, David has appeared on numerous national talk radio and TV shows.
David was appointed by City Council to serve on the Board of Ethics for the City of East Point, GA in 2009 and recently rolled off the Board of Directors for Jerusalem House in Atlanta Georgia which houses over 50% of permanent housing for the homeless living with HIV/AIDS in the Atlanta metropolitan area. He is also a member of the board of directors for High Road Craft Ice Cream, one of the nation’s leading innovators in the ultra premium ice-cream market.
David is also co-owner of a successful restaurant in midtown Atlanta called The Nook, on Piedmont Park. The Nook’s patio was ranked #2 by Creative Loafing magazine Atlanta. In addition to a nice patio, The Nook has brought to market many innovative dishes that have reached acclaim such at Totchos™ (tater tot nachos) and the Shrimp and Grit Stuffed Burger, winner of the 2010 Atlanta battle of the burgers.