Rita is the first follower of wisdom hunters and wife to Boyd. In the early days, she served as administrator, book mailer, donor appreciator and encourager. More recently, she has more time to spend traveling and serving with Boyd. She also enjoys time spent with their four adult daughters and families, which include six precious grandchildren, qualifying her as chief of content inspiration.
Wendy previously served on staff at First Baptist Church Woodstock for 17 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom. She considers it a blessing that the Lord opened an opportunity to serve with Wisdom Hunters in the spring of 2018. Wendy and her husband Chas live in the Atlanta area with their 2 young children.
Susan Fox has been the general editor of Wisdom Hunters for the past four years and is honored to have a sneak preview every week. Her background is in education and interior design, and more recently mentoring, counseling and sharing her life story. Though it may sound like a noncircuitous route, it has been woven together in ways not her own, and she anticipates the completion to be timely and beautiful to behold. Susan enjoys spending time with her daughters and grandchildren, travel, all things foodie and golf, among many other things.
Glencora Pipkin coordinates marketing, communication, and graphic design for Wisdom Hunters. She brings over ten years of experience in marketing and currently runs her own marketing business, Pipkin Creative Marketing, while also parenting four darling (and rambunctious) children. She and her husband Chris, an English professor of medieval literature, share a deep love of literature and travel; both spend their free time writing, reading, creating adventures with their children, and planning the next European excursion.
Rachel Prince has served as the Donor Relations Manager for Wisdom Hunters since 2010. Rachel grew up in Atlanta and has enjoyed a wide variety of vocational pursuits, including a successful career as a master cosmetologist with a high-end salon, missionary and humanitarian work in England and southeast Asia, and managing an artisan café in Vancouver, British Columbia. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, Tripp, and spends her days loving and caring for their three young children, escaping into great novels (such as the Mitford series) and perfecting the art of gluten-free baking.
Rachel is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2012 where she majored in Modern Languages and Cultures. She now lives as a missionary in the Dominican Republic working with a bilingual Christian school, a women’s rescue ministry, and a girls' orphanage. She is honored to work with Wisdom Hunters and play a small role in their efforts to apply unchanging truth in a changing world by formatting the devotionals to reach the readers each day and connecting with them on social media.