Eric is at his best with a good text editor. He has done web development and web-based application development since 1997. A computer science graduate of Georgia Tech, he has worked with dozens of programming languages, database systems and platforms. His work has allowed him to interact with a variety of industries including construction, real estate, finance and military. A native of the south, he has been in the Atlanta area since the Olympics. When he’s not in front of computer screen, he can be found traveling, riding his bike or trying to learn Italian.
Drew is the president of Southern Web Group. After launching his career at CNN.com, Drew founded Southern Web Group in 2004. The Atlanta Business Chronicle named him one of the top 40 rising stars under 40 years old. He is often quoted in Inc.com, SmartBiz Magazine and Microsoft’s Live.com. The International Association of Business Communicators presented Drew with the Silver Flame Award for an article he wrote about boosting website traffic. Drew is an Eagle Scout and graduate of Emory University.
Cullie is the Director of Internet Marketing for Southern Web Group. Having the combination of computer science and business as a computer information systems major at Valdosta State, Cullie naturally gravitated to Internet marketing. He loves identifying unique solutions for clients to help improve their lead generation strategy. Born and raised in Atlanta, Cullie also coaches a youth baseball team.
Sinoun is an account manager at Southern Web Group where she manages search engine optimization campaigns and social media marketing. Since 2006, she has been a consultant for professionals by helping them keep up with the ever-changing world of online marketing. Her primary focus at SWG is to help clients achieve greater online presence through search engine optimization and by building brand awareness through social media. She loves technology and possibly gets a little too excited about learning more ways to improve her Internet marketing skills.
After serving as copywriter for Southern Web Group for nearly three years, Jessica moved into the project manager position eager to combine her love for writing and content creation with her aesthetic sensibilities, helping clients create rich, relevant and powerful websites. From design conception through implementation, Jessica serves as the bridge between our clients, designers and developers, ensuring that all technical and non-technical assets are properly conveyed and facilitated. She also brings to the role a background in online advertising, marketing and search engine optimization. Jessica fills her spare time as a glass artist, ceramicist, food blogger, avid reader and traveler.
Sim Kolev is Southern Web Group’s graphic web designer. He has been involved with art his whole life – from private lessons in Europe to studying design at the Art Institute of Atlanta as a teenager. Sim’s work has been displayed in various galleries including CGTalk and 3D Total. He has received several awards for his work and was deeply involved in the design community through DeviantArt and other organizations. Sim attended Georgia State University on a full scholarship. In his spare time, he enjoys learning music production, racing cars and traveling.
Jack works as a front-end developer at Southern Web Group, and his passion for staying up to date on the latest coding techniques benefits both the team and our clients. While attending Gainsesville State, Jack discovered his passion for coding and successfully built his first website – he’s never looked back. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia where his mother and three brothers still reside, Jack is also a sports enthusiast. When not focused behind a computer screen, he spends much of his time playing football, basketball and lacrosse.
Ricky Lee Whittemore
Ricky Lee is a front-end developer for Southern Web Group, where he focuses on adapting designs to code while creating an interactive user experience using HTML5, CSS and jQuery. He earned his bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Auburn University, where he quickly uncovered a passion for web design, development and especially ecommerce. He believes that code is poetry and he is constantly learning as much as possible to make every line of code he writes more intuitive and polished than the last.