Boy Mom, Wife to the Saint, CEO, Mentor, Podcast Host, Communications Expert, Georgia Peach firmly planted and in love with Nashville
Likes: Red lipstick, Georgia Bulldawgs, southern hospitality, Rob Lowe, making my bed, Jesus, dating my husband, The West Wing, cloth napkins, a clean slate, building community around my table, empowering women, Charleston, a schedule
Dislikes: People who are late, paper plates, bridges over water, loud chewing, bananas
Heather Adams is the founder and CEO of Choice Media Communications. A self-proclaimed pop-culture junkie, Heather is the communications expert leading Choice’s impressive all-female team as they serve preeminent voices in publishing, lifestyle, entertainment, business, and faith-based arenas. Choice is
known for working with high-profile clients that are both soulful and interesting.
Heather has played an instrumental role in launching more than 100 New York Times bestsellers and has secured clients' coverage in a host of major, elite national media. With a passion for mentorship, entrepreneurship, communications, and working motherhood, Heather is blazing a trail for the women who come behind her. As the host of the Make Me Known Podcast,
Heather is giving listeners behind the scenes access to the best of the best in all the areas of life that busy working women are juggling - the people who are saving her in her very own business, as well as her tried and true communication strategies and lessons. A proud alumna of the University of Georgia, Heather
serves as an executive team member of the Grady Society Alumni Board. She was recently named to the Bulldog 100, spotlighting Choice as one of the 100 fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni. This year marks her twenty-third anniversary serving as an adviser to Alpha Omicron Pi, her
beloved sorority, where she believes in mentoring and developing the next generation of women. A firm believer in giving back, Heather also donates her time to both the Marketing Team for TEDxNashville, as well as the National Council for National Angels, who exist to wrap community around children, youth and families experiencing foster care. She lives just outside Nashville, with her
husband Matt Adams, and their two sons, Dixon and Thackston, who keep her thrilled and busy cheering from the sidelines of either a baseball field or basketball court.