Whitney Barnard grew up in North Georgia and has been an Atlanta resident for over a decade. Growing up in a small town in the mountains catalyzed Whitney’s crave for cultural travel and creative education. Whitney spent her high school summers traveling to South America, Europe and New York City to discover different realms of the creative world and the opportunities it had to offer. After completing pre-college programs at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and shadowing some of the fashion industry’s most reputable studio designers, Whitney walked away with one fascination: how to market and sell a product.
Whitney studied Marketing at Georgia State University and followed with a portfolio degree in Design from Creative Circus in Atlanta, Georgia. In a field that’s always advancing and ever-changing, Whitney continues to enhance her education and expertise. She is currently completing a Digital Marketing diploma in Emory University’s College of Continuing Education. Whitney’s multifaceted set of creative skills allow her to take an unconventional approach to marketing and engage with a variety of audiences. After years of marketing in the restaurant, retail, entertainment, and childcare industries, Whitney has settled into her role at Kaufman Law with hopes of not only expanding her knowledge of the legal field, but bringing the importance of proper legal representation to all generations, young and old. Whitney leads the firm’s marketing endeavors, co-hosts the firm podcast, Torts to Courts, and implements strategies that showcase Kaufman Law’s unparalleled services and support. When she’s not sharing the important attributes of Kaufman Law across online platforms, you can find her spending time with her sons, hand-lettering and illustrating, or planning a traveling excursion.