This is a powerful story about a woman’s personal journey after the loss of her husband. Incredible to see the Jew-rnery she took.
About The Author
Wexner Heritage Member Sally Mundell (Atlanta 18) is an author, philanthropist, innovator and an e-commerce and direct marketing strategist. She has built teams and revenue-driving programs from the bottom up for companies such as Spanx, Home Depot, Delta, Georgia-Pacific, Coca-Cola, Carter’s and Kids II. Sally’s awards and recognition include Top 40 Under 40 by Direct Marketing Association and Top 40 under 40 for the Atlanta Jewish Times as well as coverage in media channels such as AJC, AJT, 11Alive and Channel 2. Sally has given back to the community through her innovative charitable concept The Packaged Good, a 501(c)3 non-profit that is the first ever storefront created to teach children the joy of giving. Sally is the Founder and President of the Board, and most recently launched her first book called Packaging Good. Sally supports the Jewish community by leading the Social Justice committee at Temple Emanu-El, serving on the Front Porch committee for The Jewish Federation of Atlanta, and frequently speaking at organizations about the benefits of Tzedakah and Tikkun Olam. Sally likes to volunteer often with her two daughters Ruby (10yr) and Matilda (7yr).