Cynthia Good, CEO & Founding Editor

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Accolades and accomplishments: Award-winning journalist with more than two decades of experience anchoring TV newscasts at stations across the country, created TV programs, wrote six books, won the Georgia Author of the Year award, opened Horseradish Grill restaurant and the Chapter 11 bookstore chain, launched Atlanta Woman magazine and PINK magazine which grew to a readership of 650,000. In 1989, catching the world’s largest roosterfish!

My success secret: Believing in the power of possibility, true love, taking action and that there’s no such thing as ‘can’t’.

My heroine: Karen Trilevsky, the owner of Full Bloom Bakery who evolved from homeless high school dropout to a the owner of a multi million-dollar business. She’s proof you can turn your dream into reality.

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: The moments when those on the Little PINK Book team smile with excitement knowing they’ve made a difference in the world and their own lives!

Erin Baule



Erin Baule, Editor and Social Media Manager

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Accolades and accomplishments: Erin is a recent graduate from Georgia State University and has been apart of the PINK team since January 2020. She started off as a Social Media Intern and since has moved into the role of Editor. She continues to contribute to PINK and the empowerment of women each day while also working in other professional environments. Her skills and passions include: writing, graphic design, campaign management, painting, and ceramics.

My success secret: Always keep moving. You can accomplish everything you set your mind to if you believe in yourself.

My heroine: My parents and brother.

Favorite quote: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: Seeing how much our events empower women and inspire them to reach their goals.




L. Nicole Williams, Guest Editor

Hometown: Marietta, GA

Accolades and accomplishments: Being a featured commentator in the New York Times’ Room for Debate, award-winning NCAA student athlete

My success secret: Honesty, even when it’s unpopular and politically incorrect, curiosity and confidence.

My heroine: My mother.

Favorite quote: “The most courageous act is still to think for yourself, aloud.” Coco Chanel

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: The day I interview Michelle Obama … it’s coming.

Emma Loggins



Emma Loggins, Designer & Web Administrator

Hometown: Jonesboro, GA

Accolades and accomplishments: In 2002 Emma was Valedictorian of her high school, and in 2006 at her college graduation she won Best of Show Award in The Art Institute of Pittsburgh’s Graduation. Today, Emma runs her own marketing and design firm, Excite Creative Studios.

My success secret: Never give up.

My heroine: My parents.

Favorite quote: “Change is the essence of life; be willing to surrender who you are for what you could become.” Unknown

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: Seeing the impact that we have on the lives of so many amazing women!

Tina Brown



Tina Brown, Art Director + Content Management

Hometown: Lincoln, NE

Accolades and accomplishments: Entrepreneur, extensive portfolio of design clientele including collaboration with major corporations such as Coca Cola & UPS. Acknowledged for mentoring young girls in urban communities. Author of inspirational/motivational blog.

My success secret: Strong spiritual foundation, passion for fulfilling my mission and vision in life. Always staying positive.

My heroine: In Life, my mother – she’s the strongest woman I know. In Career, Tori Spelling. Her ingenuity, creativity and work ethic inspire me.

Favorite quote: If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t ; change your attitiude. – Maya Angelou

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: Joining the team!

Marcella Woodall



Marcella Woodall, Accounting Manager

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Accolades and accomplishments:  Performing in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic opening ceremonies, Magna Cum Laude college graduate with a focus in accounting, meeting & event planning certification and 15 years accounting and office management experience

My success secret: The three C’s: communication, compromise and contribution.

My heroine: Elizabeth Bennett from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

Favorite quote: “Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” Dr. Seuss

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: When I realized what an amazing team of women I was working with!


Melanie Rembrandt copywriter, content strategist, Rembrandt Communications



Melanie Rembrandt, SEO Copywriter & Publicist, Rembrandt Communications

Hometown: Toledo, OH

My success secret: Get up early, plan ahead and “act as if it were impossible to fail.” Dorothea Brande

My heroine: Amelia Earhart (among many others).

Favorite quote: “It’s impossible to fail totally if you dare to try.” Robert H. Schuller

Proudest Little PINK Book moment: It’s great to see a community of women sharing their insights and working together to succeed!