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Board of Directors

Your AGLCC Board of Directors is comprised of LGBT and allied business owners, corporate leaders and community members dedicated to serving our LGBT business community.

Meet the Board

Jack Kinley

President, Executive Committee
AGLCC Board Member Since 2013

Jack Kinley is the Founder and CEO of Lab Monkey Communications, a creative agency that helps businesses leverage the tools of branding to break through income plateaus, lure best-fit clients and build the businesses of their dreams.

Jack helps companies of all sizes—from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies—by creating purpose-driven communications that build an unbreakable bond between your business and the people you serve.

Throughout his career Jack has helped major coroporations like McDonald’s, The Home Depot, Michelin, Earthlink, Boeing and many more develop internal brands and communications strategies that empower employees to lead healthier, happier, more productive lives.

Jack continues to share his experience and passion for creating brands that build successful businesses via one-on-one client projects, interactive online courses like Lab Monkey Brand Academy, and regular speaking engagements in the small business community.

He has been a member of the AGLCC since 2008. Lab Monkey Communications has been certified as a LGBTBE since 2012.

He and his husband, Cain, live in Inman Park with their ridiculous dog Clyde.

Dan Dunlop

Vice President, Executive Committee
Member of the AGLCC since 2015

Daniel Dunlop is the President of Dunlop Productions, a corporate meeting, conference and live event production company. 

Dunlop Productions partners with clients to deliver creative solutions, event management, video & music production, scenic design & fabrication, and live entertainment for corporate events at a world-class-level.  Dunlop Productions consistently “wows” their clients by captivating their audiences, engaging their senses, and motivates them to take action. 

Throughout Dan’s career, he has worked with a number of influential companies like, IBM, Procter & Gamble, Nationwide Insurance, LexisNexis, The Direct Selling Association, NuSkin Enterprises, and Silpada Designs and has assisted them with their international, national and regional conferences.  His work as a show producer has taken him abroad where he has produced conferences in Paris, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Toronto, Ukraine, and others.  His conferences often go beyond those present in the ballroom or arena, and are streamed to thousands that are joining on-line or by satellite broadcast. 

Dan’s passion is to create events that bring about a memorable experience. His core belief and practice is that edge and excellence must never be compromised. 

In addition to being a member of the AGLCC, Dunlop Productions is nationally certified by the NGLCC. 

Dan resides in Mid-Town Atlanta and enjoys finding new restaurants, working out, and routinely spending time at Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Beltline.

Bruce Logue

Secretary, Executive Committee, Networking Director
Member of the AGLCC since 2013

Bruce Logue is the Managing Partner of The Corbel Group at Keller Williams Realty, Peachtree Road.  Bruce leads a team of real estate specialists who use a unique combination of technology, creative and effective, marketing, and tailored customer service to help their clients buy, sell, and invest in real estate.

Prior to entering the field of real estate, Bruce’s career focused on marketing implementation and fulfillment.   He has also engineered processes to enhance customer satisfaction for various businesses in the financial services and utility industries.

Bruce is active in many business associations throughout the Greater Atlanta area and considers himself a professional networker.

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, he also lived in the St. Augustine, FL area for 20 years before relocating to Atlanta in 2006.  Bruce resides with his partner Tim in Smyrna, GA with their two dachshunds Max and Coco, and cat Rajah.

Petrina Bloodworth

Board of Directors
Interim Treasurer

Petrina Bloodworth is a Manager in the Risk Advisory practice at Cherry Bekaert, LLP.  She is an Internal Audit Leader with over 15 years of combined experience in Big 4 public accounting, radio broadcast media, manufacturing and financial services industries, and government and educational institutions executing Sarbanes-Oxley 404 compliance, Green Book compliance, financial, information systems, operational and regulatory compliance auditing, business process evaluation and design, risk management and fraud investigation in consulting, private and publicly traded companies.

Petrina graduated from Florida A&M University with a BS degree in Business Economics and Georgia State University with a Master's of Accounting.  She is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), has a Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), and is currently studying for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.  Professional memberships include The Institute of Internal Auditors, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

She resides in the Emory/CDC area with Emma Foulkes, her partner of 12 years and wife of almost 2 years.  Petrina and Emma were the first same-sex couple in the United States to wed on June 26, 2015 when the Supreme Court lifted the ban on gay marriage.

Susan Howard

Membership Committee Co-Chair
AGLCC Member since 2014

Susan is the owner/operator of TapSnap Photo Entertainment booth.  TapSnap has been a great way for Susan to take her extensive sales and leadership background and apply it to a passion for creating fun and memorable events.  Susan has been in business with TapSnap for 2 1/2 years but has 20 years of management, team buliding and sales history with Coca-Cola.  Susan graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Public and Environmental Affairs.  Susan has been with her partner Yvette for 15 years ad when she is not promoting TapSnap they enjoy spending time with their dogs at their lake house and traveling.

Kyle Strahl

Communications Board Chair
Member of the AGLCC since 2014

After building a life in Atlanta, earning a degree in graphic design and getting years of industry experience under his belt, Kyle started KEYLAY. And as he puts it, “a small dream went in a big direction.” Kyle has earned the respect of his clients and peers in the industry with his skills as a creative director and passion for developing strategic master plans. With a little conversation and vision, Kyle can quickly conceptualize a target market-specific design direction as he’s done in the past for Sprint, Cbeyond, the Atlanta Ballet, Kennesaw State University and countless other partnerships. His passion for building client relationships and rich advertising campaigns keeps them and others coming back to Kyle and KEYLAY Design whenever they have advertising needs.

Sandy Mollett

Corporate Relations Board Chair
Platinum Partner of the AGLCC since 2016

Sandy Mollett serves as Senior Vice President of Strategy & Programs for First Data’s Network and Security Solutions (NSS) organization.  The Network and Security Solutions group provides a range of technology solutions to business and financial institution clients around the world. In this role, she leads the Program Management office, the NSS Risk & Control office and serves as Chief of Staff to the NSS Executive Vice President.  The Network and Security Solutions organization includes EFT network services (STAR, debit, ATM processing), Prepaid network services (Valuelink, MoneyNetwork, Transaction Wireless and Gyft), Security Solutions (TransArmor, TeleCheck and First Data’s suite of fraud prevention solutions), and the government solutions business.

Sandy draws on her 29 years in the Payments industry with experience in IT Operations, Product Development, Project/Program Management, and Strategic Development to bridge the gap between strategy and execution – while driving some of First Data’s largest strategic initiatives.

Sandy is named on over 25 issued patents. She co-chairs First Data’s Atlanta Diversity and Cultural Council (ADCC) and is an active member of the Women’s Leadership Council and Unity (LGBT) Affinity Group. Sandy also serves on the Executive Planning Group (EPG) for the new FinTech Atlanta Task Force.  Other memberships include Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Federal Club, Technology Association of Atlanta (TAG), Women in Technology (WIT) and Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (W.net).

In 2011 Sandy and her wife (Jennifer) relocated from Houston, Texas to Atlanta, Georgia. They live in Midtown Atlanta with their dog Liza.

Glen Paul Freedman

AGLCC Board Member
Chair of Government Affairs

Glen Paul Freedman serves as the CEO for The GPF Group, LLC, a political management consulting, and operations management services firm. Clients include: Georgia House Democratic Caucus-Democratic Party of Georgia, House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, GeorgiaNext LLC, Grady Health System, The LMB Group LLC, Upfront Megatainment.

Formerly, Glen Paul Freedman served as Chief of Staff to the Honorable Lisa M. Borders, President of the Atlanta City Council/Vice Mayor. Freedman provided political strategy, executive management and political support to the City Council President/Vice-Mayor. Freedman also worked with Grady Health System, The LMB Group, LLC, several state & city campaigns and community events.

Prior to joining the Atlanta City Council President’s office Glen Paul worked in the Airline Marketing Automation and Travel Distribution Services area for 19 years with Delta Airlines & Worldspan.

Freedman continues to work within the LGBT community primarily focusing on achieving Full Equality for all LGBT persons and continued political advancement in the State of Georgia for LGBT persons.

Freedman currently serves on the non-profits boards of Atlanta Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta Pride Committee, Georgia Equality, & Victory Fund Campaign which all work to advance LGBT equality.

Freedman was honored to have served on the boards on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Atlanta Steering Committee, HRC National Board of Governors, InterPride, LGBT Atlanta Police Department Advisory group and several other non-profits and political organizations. Freedman lives in the Old 4th Ward, Atlanta, Georgia.

Matthew J. Lee

Board of Directors

Matthew J. Lee is an attorney at the firm of Solomon Baggett, LLC, where he represents businesses and individuals in matters related to Creditor's Rights, Bankruptcy, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Landlord-Tenant, Real and Personal Property Foreclosure and General Corporate law. 

Matt handles a wide range of legal matters related to corporate and commercial law, including corporate & LLC formations.  He often represent clients in negotiations, lawsuits, and bankruptcy matters and advises his clients on issues related to debt, contracts, insolvency and civil litigation.  His experience includes representation of secured and unsecured creditors, handling pleadings for commercial collection litigation matters on behalf of large corporate clients and financial institutions, representing banks and commercial clients in civil litigation related to business disputes and serving as national coordinating attorney for the recovery efforts of both secured and unsecured creditors. He has also advised clients on landlord-tenant and eviction issues, represented clients at arbitrations, mediations and settlement conferences, and managed both pre- and post-judgment collections efforts of his clients, including asset searches, bank garnishments and liens.

Matt is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, where is a member of the Creditor’s Rights and Bankruptcy sections, and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia. He is a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law and has a B.A. in Economics from Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky.

In addition to AGLCC, Matt is also an active member of Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia, the statewide organization for LGBT and allied lawyers, judges and legal professionals. During his involvement with Stonewall, he has served as a Student Member of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Perimeter-area networking group, member of the Outreach Committee and as a mentor for LGBT law students.

Matt is a native Kentuckian and lifelong Kentucky Wildcats fan.  He moved to Atlanta in 1999 and he and his partner Tim currently live in Midtown.