VOX ATL

Where teens speak and Atlanta listens

Three Truths I’ve Learned At VOX

1024 1024 Allison Hood

Susan Landrum, VOX’s Executive Director, was asked to be the alumni speaker at North Atlanta High School’s 2017 Visions of the Future ceremony. Here is what she shared with the 2017 graduates. So, I have a confession to make. I think this is an utterly terrifying proposition. Go back to your high school and stand…

read more

From VOX’s New ED: If You Really Knew Me…

1024 1024 Susan Landrum

By Susan Landrum, VOX’s Executive Director At VOX, one of our favorite go-around prompts is “If you really knew me, you would know…” The idea is to share something new to the group, an interesting fact or a personal trait. In my first week as the new Executive Director of VOX, I thought I would…

read more

The Origins of Voice

768 1024 Susan Landrum

An original poem by Sarah Garnitz, Director of Atlanta Teen Voices When I was told that I needed to write a spoken word piece to be performed at my interview with VOX, I was a little apprehensive. Even after entering VOX’s colorful office, meeting such a brilliant and insightful cadre of teens on my hiring…

read more

Our New Executive Director!

1024 768 Allison Hood

A letter from Jessica Casey, Chair of VOX’s Board of Directors Dear VOX Family, I am pleased to share with you an exciting announcement: Susan Landrum, VOX’s current Associate Director, has been selected by the Board of Directors as the next Executive Director of VOX Teen Communications.  Susan joined VOX in 2014 after working for…

read more
Jeff Romig Bowling

100 Days

1024 1024 Susan Landrum

By Jeff Romig, Executive Director This past Halloween, I initiated a mission. I decided that for the next 100 days, I would work daily on being healthy and happy. To myself, I called it ‘Healthy by 39’ as 100 days from Halloween 2016 would be Feb. 7, 2017. Today is my 39th birthday, and I’m…

read more

VOX Vision: Alyssa Lasseter

1024 768 Allison Hood

It takes a lot of people behind the scenes to make VOX the place where teens speak and Atlanta listens. We spoke with long-time VOX volunteer and supporter Alyssa Lasseter about her work here. How did you get connected with VOX? I’m passionate about working with children and youth-serving organizations. I came across VOX during…

read more

Lindsey Knox, VOX Superhero

1024 683 Susan Landrum

By Jeff Romig, Executive Director I don’t know VOX without Lindsey Knox. On one of my first days as VOX’s new executive director in early 2013, I met one of VOX’s most dedicated volunteers as she edited stories and pages for our first 2013 issue of the paper. Lindsey was one of the first new…

read more

‘Luke Cage’ Might Be Bullet-Proof But He’s No Match For VOX’s Teen Superheroes

684 1024 Susan Landrum

This fall, the comics enthusiasts at VOX were excitedly counting down the days until this premiere of “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Netflix. I should mention that Mr. Cage’s fan base isn’t restricted to the teenaged staff members of VOX, either. As a Marvel Comics crazed eight-year-old, I bought the very first issue of “Luke Cage,…

read more

VOX Vision: Rebecca Rolfe

960 960 Allison Hood

It takes an entire community to make VOX the place where teens speak and Atlanta listens. We couldn’t do this work without our volunteers, donors, alumni, staff, Board, community partners and of course, our teens! We’ll be profiling a few of these amazing people so you can get a glimpse into the world of VOX.…

read more

Welcome Sarah, VOX’s Director of Atlanta Teen Voices!

768 1024 Susan Landrum

We are very excited to welcome Sarah, our Director of Atlanta Teen Voices, to the VOX family! She started in August of 2016 and has hit the ground running with our teens, our partners and more. Stay tuned for updates from Atlanta Teen Voices and read a little more about Sarah below.  Hi! My name…

read more