Errol Greene / Clear Harbor
Errol Greene is BizDev Manager for Clear Harbor, a specialty outsourcing company based in Alpharetta, with operations in the Caribbean. He’s a published customer support best practices author in publications such as MyCustomer and CRM Magazine amongst others. He’s also owned and sold his own research company that focused on customer experience and what made customers buy.
Kenzie Biggins / Uniquely Virtual, LLC
Kenzie Biggins is a recognized Business Leader and Advocate for Social Change. After creating a collection of businesses all geared to “giving back” to the community, she developed a service-driven holding company, named KEMBI.
Ms. Biggins and her team at KEMBI – “Uniquely Served Businesses for Social Enterprise” – work together to help empower, enable and engage the community in addressing urgent social needs and problems that affect us all.
The KEMBI collection today includes: *Uniquely Defined: A social media consulting firm founded in 2011 works primarily with nonprofits and small to midsize business and business leaders to create branded strategies and lifestyle messaging that connect with each company’s target market. *Uniquely Virtual: This regional resource founded in 2013 helps busy professionals maximize their time by completing executive administrative tasks with the help of a high powered platform, uvique. As part of their social mission, Uniquely Virtual employs qualified professionals who were impacted by the downturn of the economy. This firm integrates seamlessly with clients’ work lives to improve their productivity and satisfaction.
Before starting her own businesses Ms. Biggins held various leadership positions with multiple Fortune 500 Companies, including Target and Bank of America. With each company, she quickly developed a reputation as a trusted business partner in talent strategy, brand management, and operational excellence.
Ms. Biggins holds a B.S. in Fashion Merchandising from Florida State University and her M.A. in Luxury and Fashion Management from Savannah College of Art and Design. Her educational background has allowed her to accelerate in branding and creative solutions. She believes that “Engagement leads to ROI,” both in business and in community service.
Kenzie Biggins demonstrates her professional and community commitment in many ways. She serves through Atlanta’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and was selected as a member of The Vestry. She serves on the board of directors for The Training and Counseling Center and ArtsATL and as an advisory board member for Neil Asks and the Atlanta World Kite Festival and Expo. Additionally, she is a member of the Dogwood City Chapter, The Links, Inc. and serves as the elected corresponding secretary.