Meet the Greater Good Media Family.
Jen MacMillen - Publisher
Jen MacMillen began her “good news only” publishing business when she started an employee newsletter for Gannett Outdoor billboard advertising company in 1988 in the San Francisco Bay Area. She had no idea where this would take her because she did it for the fun of it! Today, she publishes four print journals featuring the “good people, good places and good things happening” in two communities in Vermont and one in St. Petersburg, Florida and the newest one in Lebanon, New Hampshire! Seeing the good in people and sharing their stories is what she does best.
Jen lives with her teen daughters, Dewey and Maisie, in Norwich, VT and therefore has no free time, but loves spending what time she does have with them and on growing her good-news-only publishing business.
Chris H. Hadgis (she/her) - Associate Publisher
Chris, Hrisafie Hariklea Hadgis, is Greek American and grew up outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
She graduated from American University in Washington D.C. with a B.A. in Sociology and Latin American Studies. After college, Chris wrote on-air promotions for The Learning Channel. She attended theater school, and wrote and acted in sketch comedy shows in Los Angeles and New York City.
An avid cyclist, Chris has written gear reviews and ride essays for PrettyDamnedFast. She has also written for various national publications including, The Los Angeles Times, DirtRag magazine, and Bicycling. Chris works as a freelance writer, copywriter, and journalist for bike companies, health and wellness brands, and Greater Good Media’s good-news-only local publications.
Chris is thrilled to join the Greater Good Media team as an Associate Publisher. She is devoted to GGM’s mission and she aims to tell inspiring stories as a means to connect people and communities, raise awareness, and ultimately, make positive ripples of change that reverberate through people’s lives.
Julie Johnston - Graphic Designer/Copy Editor
Julie Johnston is a freelance graphic designer and designs the layout of three of the four Greater Good Media papers: the Norwich Times, the Lebanon Times and the Northeast Journal of St. Petersburg, FL. In addition to her graphic design business, Julie has enjoyed her role as stagehand for 12 years and on the board since 2004 at Eight O’Clock Theatre, the resident theatre company of the Largo Cultural Center in Florida. Her volunteer interests are Horses for Handicapped, Special Olympics, the SPCA, and high school drama troupes in Florida and California.
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- Northeast Journal
Susan Seta - Advertising Sales for Northeast Journal
Susan brings over 25 years of marketing and advertising expertise to the Northeast Journal. Her past experience has been from ad sales executive, to sales manager to owning her own business. After selling her business she joined the Northeast Journal in 2005 as advertising director. As a result of her experience with owning her own business she treats the publication like it is her own and takes pride in helping her clients. She enjoys helping local businesses expand and prosper. She has been part of the wonderful St. Pete community for over 10 years now and is so proud to be part of such a great place to live.
- Northeast Journal
Jamie Mayo - Distribution Manager
Business owner of Wife For Hire and Reconciled! (cleaning and bookkeeping, respectively); Home delivery and subscription manager for the Northeast Journal. “Frankly, it is an honor to be associated with the Journal. The Northeast Journal has been my only printed form of advertising and some of my best accounts, many of whom I now consider like family, have come from my advertisement in the Journal.”
Jamie came to St. Petersburg in 1979 from Strongsville, Ohio (go Browns!), but has a heart for her hometown St. Petersburg and am grateful for the small ways I am able to serve.