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Sarah Lattimer, President
Sarah Sanders Lattimer has spearheaded highly successful, integrated, multicultural marketing campaigns, throughout her illustrious 20-year career as a marketing, advertising and sales professional. Before starting Lattimer Communications, Sarah served as Vice President for Sharp Advertising in Atlanta, managing the Barnett Banks and GTE accounts. As Senior Project Consultant for Diversity Consultants International Towers Perrin, Inc., she designed marketing and advertising initiatives, addressing the needs of diverse consumer markets and establishing a presence for clients interested in the competitive advantages offered by multicultural audiences. Prior to joining New York advertising firm Lockhart & Pettus, she was Vice President and Management Supervisor overseeing Carson Products’ Dark & Lovely Hair Care line and Con Edison. Sarah also served as Vice President of Chase Manhattan Bank where she was responsible for the sales and marketing efforts of 50 branches.

Currently, Sarah serves on the Boards of Theatrical Outfit and the Dallas Austin Foundation, is on the Communications Committee for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce; Board of Visitors of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and is a member of the American Association of Advertising Agencies’ Atlanta Board of Governors and the Committee on African American Agencies. Sarah is also the founding member and Secretary of the Association of Black-Owned Advertising Agencies (ABAA) as well as a past President of the Board of Trustees of The Diabetes Association of Atlanta. For the second consecutive year, she was named one of the 100 Most Influential African-American Women in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business League. Rolling Out Magazine also most recently named her one of the Top 25 Most Influential Women of Atlanta.
Stanley Yorker, Co-Creative Director
Stanley is a uniquely versatile marketing professional with years of experience building brands. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising from the University of Florida, he began his career in New York City at then mega-agencies NW Ayer and Saatchi & Saatchi on a variety of accounts, such as the US Army, Tylenol, Luden’s Cough Drops and 5th Avenue Candy Bars. He has since worked at general market and multicultural ad agencies, partnered in experiential marketing and promotions agencies, interactive and digital media companies and has been the principal of his own agency. Previously, Stanley served as an Account Director at Matlock Advertising & Public Relations on the BMW North America, Nationwide Insurance, Publix Supermarkets and Dell accounts. He has also served as Creative Director at Burrell Communications Group on the Coca-Cola and Bell Atlantic accounts, where he was an early pioneer in the strategic use of hip-hop and neo-soul cultures to reach urban consumers.