In early 2017, there was a need for a group to help marketers of color in Atlanta with finding marketing jobs and learn more about the industry.Several months later a small messaging group was created. What started as a small group for Atlanta marketers with one annual networking event has evolved in a national messaging network of over 600 active marketers in various levels of their careers learning and working to change the industry. The goal of the organization is to help marketers grow not only in the industry but as well rounded professionals and leaders. Still in its infancy, this group will have a website soon and more events for its members in 2020.Find out more about this organization by visiting:
About the Owner
Natalie Gullatt is a marketing communications professional of Atlanta, GA. An Atlanta native, Natalie Gullatt graduated from Frederick Douglass High School where she was honored with the Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup for being the Best All Around senior is her class. Natalie is an Emory University graduate where she received her Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Theater Studies. Upon graduating Natalie went on to work as a paralegal for a few years. After deciding law school was not her immediate passion, she attended Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management to pursue her MBA with a concentration in Marketing. While getting her MBA, Natalie spent time living abroad in both China and India for a year before finishing her MBA in Cleveland, OH. Once receiving her MBA, Natalie returned to her hometown, Atlanta GA and began her career as a marketing/communications professional at various organizations. Natalie is also an active member of the Atlanta community. She serves at the President of the Caucus of Emory Black Alumni, active member of the National Black MBA Association Atlanta chapter through the marketing committee and founder of the Black Marketers Association of America group established in 2017.