Board of Directors
President & CEO
Meagan has been passionate about PSP and it's mission ever since joining as a member in late 2014. She credits the organization for being one of the most profound influences on both her professional and personal growth as she navigates through the business world and her career.
Meagan is an Atlanta native (GO BRAVES) and a fitness enthusiast who enjoys the weight room, golf, and cooking for both fuel & taste! Her passion for healthy living actually began around the same time her interest in finance did – working at Fitness 19 in high school as their bookkeeper & accountant for 5 years.
Meagan currently works for Ringler Associates specializing in financial planning for claimants receiving settlement money through a claim or lawsuit. Meagan is also a Financial Coach, helping those who need help with budgeting, debt, and future savings strategies. Continuing her commitment to the legal community, Meagan has also served as the Treasurer of Georgia Association For Women Lawyers (GAWL) since 2016.
Vice President & COO
Christina became aware of Power Suit Project, Inc. (“PSP”) through a close friend, Meagan Landress, in January of 2017. After her first meeting, she instantly gravitated towards the organization, its mission, and all the amazingly talented women associated with PSP. She credits this organization to providing her with personal and professional advice that has contributed to her success in both arenas of her life. When starting PSP her intent was to grow her network and not only has she increased her network, but her network has evolved into amazing friendships.
Christina is a Habersham County native, a proud UGA alum (GO DAWGS!), and the sole attorney for a medium size company in the greater Atlanta area. While she handles a wide range of legal matters, she focuses on contract drafting and negotiations predominantly in the software industry. She has drafted and negotiated contracts that range in value over seven figures that span the globe – North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, and Asia regions.
Along with PSP, she maintains an active role volunteering in the community. She is an active member on the Privacy and Technology Committee for the State Bar of Georgia where she organized the General Data Protection Regulation “Lunch and Learn” series and is also the social chair. She is also a member and photographer for the Communications Committee of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (“GAWL”) and was selected as a member for the 2018 GAWLedu program.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, photography, and Netflix binge watching!
VP of Marketing
Brianna attended her first PSP meeting in late 2017 and immediately became passionate about
the organization’s aims and purpose. A natural people’s person, Brianna immediately felt at
home while interacting and learning more about the amazing members that she met through the
organization. PSP has afforded Brianna the opportunity to grow both personally and
professionally which is a testament to the benefits of being around such dynamic women through
Brianna has grown in this organization from general-member to Director of Events helping past VP
of Programs, Ashley Whitaker, bring new and innovative programming to PSP members. She
now plans to bring her knowledge of marketing and social media to PSP to continue PSP’s trend
of bringing new and exciting programming geared toward the millennial woman.
Brianna is currently a Legal Administrative Assistant at Alston & Bird LLP where she serves on
the community service task force, the firm’s social committee, and the blood drive team.
In Brianna’s free time she enjoys traveling, volunteering, spending time with family, and portrait
photography. Understanding that life is a process and that knowledge comes from experience,
Brianna seeks challenges and new ways to push herself.
Felicia N. Grant
VP of Programs
Felicia became motivated by Power Suit Project’s (PSP) mission after attending her first event in 2015. The story of five professional women who banded together to empower one another left a lasting impression on her. Needless to say, Felicia was eager to be a part of such an inspiring group of women! She attributes the organization to enhancing her professional development skills and providing countless networking opportunities for sharing her knowledge. After 3 years of active member participation, Felicia is honored to serve on the board as VP of Programs.
Felicia received her Juris Doctorate from Mercer University School of Law where she established a foundation for Trusts and Estates Law. She currently serves as a Wealth Planner for Wells Fargo, The Private Bank, providing sophisticated analyses and guidance to high net worth clients. Felicia recognizes the value that planning offers to families and continues to be an instrumental part in building their legacy.
Outside of work, Felicia strives to maintain a healthy mind, body, and heart. She enjoys practicing technical dance, cooking vegetarian meals, reading, and being a proud volunteer big sister to an ambitious 10-year-old through Big Brother, Big Sister of Atlanta.
Chinazo "Chi Chi" Anachebe
VP of Strategic Partnerships
Right from the moment Chinazo, better known as Chi Chi, learned of Power Suit Project in 2015, it was a no brainer that she had to join this dynamic group of women! As most of her friends would say, Chi Chi knows everyone! Through PSP, she’s had the pleasure of doing just that, while also honing her professional development skills and building the confidence and tools to navigate her career.
Chi Chi, a true Georgia peach and proud Nigerian-American woman, was born and raised in the metro Atlanta area. Currently, she works as the sole Staff Attorney to the Chief Judge of the State Court of Henry County. As the Judge’s trusted advisor, she manages the Court’s largest civil docket and advises on the disposition of civil litigation issues.
Outside of chambers, she is very active on the Georgia legal scene. She chairs the Pro Bono Committee of the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the Georgia Bar; serves on the Bar’s Judicial Qualifications Commission Nominating Committee; and is a graduate of the Class of 2018's YLD Leadership Academy.
In service to her community, Chi Chi volunteers her time coaching a high school mock trial team and performs service projects with her fellow Nigerian-Americans through their organization, Umu Igbo Unite (Atlanta chapter).