Kevin Sandlin is a creator of new businesses, expert communicator, storyteller, and content marketer who advises startups on how develop their unique message and find and reach the right audiences so they can scale and succeed.
As a veteran of technology startups, including an IPO, two acquisitions, and varied ventures, he is a connector and mainstay within the Atlanta tech startup community, having led Pitch Practice, a weekly meetup for new entrepreneurs to create and perfect their pitch, for more than five years. Kevin is also the Founder and Editor of Atlanta Tech Blogs, which curates, aggregates, and promotes startup tech blogs in Atlanta. He is a mentor at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute at Georgia State University, and an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Auburn University Harbert College of Business.
In addition, he served as Founder of c|d8a, a solution that drastically reduced the time and cost of construction litigation discovery; Co-Founder and CEO of CWNP, a Wi-Fi certification training entity which was acquired by Eli Global private equity; Co-Founder and President of Peachtree Wireless Solutions, LLC, an enterprise WLAN services provider; Co-Founder of Peachnet Solutions, a certification and training business; and Co-Founder of Vestivus, a paid learning video service.
Kevin received B.A. degrees from Presbyterian College in English, Economics and History, while also being captain of the varsity soccer team. He received his MBA in Marketing from Georgia State University and completed Executive Education courses from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and Northwestern’s Kellogg Executive Education school.