Born in Seattle, Washington and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Ms. Wendy Kraby earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in 1996 and law degree from Georgia State University in 2005. At the University of Georgia, she majored in Consumer Journalism and was managing editor at the Red & Black student newspaper. At Georgia State University, she interned for the Securities & Exchange Commission, Atlanta Legal Aid Society and State Court Judge Penny Brown Reynolds. She was graduate research assistant for Professor Colin Crawford, where she conducted research on Atlanta growth and development issues, and the Georgia State University Tax Clinic, where she represented individuals before the IRS.
Between college and law school, Ms. Kraby had a six-year career as a writer and editor at CNN.com where she headed up the Entertainment, Education and Food divisions. As an attorney, she has written for HospitalityLawyer.com and is a member of the Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys, the Atlanta Women’s Finance Exchange and the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Ms. Kraby has been a restaurant reviewer and food writer and served as an apprentice under author and television chef Nathalie Dupree.
Wendy Kraby lives with her husband and young son and daughter in Cumming, Georgia, where they attend Christ the King Lutheran Church.
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