becoming friends and business partners on the pitch
While neither one of us play soccer, we have daughters who do, and that's how we met. To give homage to the sport that brought us together, our partnership name keeps our roots grounded on the pitch.
After spending many years in the corporate world, we both found ourselves looking for a better way to balance our busy lives as mothers while also continuing our business careers. We discovered that we could combine our education and experience to help small business owners who have no shortage of talent and passion, but just need a little bit of help with the business side of running their companies.
We’re not from Atlanta, but we feel at home in the ATL. You might catch us enjoying our favorite coffee spots around town, working through lunch at Krog Street, PCM, or Emory Village, or on the sidelines. Good luck on the pitch!
Our passion is helping small businesses grow. We enable business owners to focus on their area of specialty, while we help to ease the load of running the business.
the pitch partners.
Stacey loves creating an inspired brand story and helping it grow. She is Midwestern born and raised, and spent more than 13 years with Anheuser-Busch, and recent years in Innovation Consulting, leading new product innovation and strategy for some of her favorite beer brands. Yes, she did get free beer, but no, she never rode a Clydesdale. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and an MBA from Washington University. Outside of work, you can find Stacey volunteering at her kids’ schools, playing tennis, or attending music festivals.
Kim enjoys working with small companies, having spent many years in the start-up tech scene in Austin, Texas. She loves the thrill of being part of a small team that works together to grow a budding idea into an thriving business. She graduated with a BA from the University of North Texas and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. Kim is a mother of three , enjoys playing tennis and spends her free weekends at the lake. She is also a sucker for a good coffee shop and a local craft brewery.