Woody will be involved in both revenue generation and content decisions for all three properties. She has been part of the MMM family of companies for 20 years, working in Dawson and Forsyth counties.
“I am incredibly excited to take on this new challenge. Our communities need strong media organizations, and it is essential that we fulfill this role. We must explore new opportunities in digital platforms and social media to ensure that we provide our readers with the news experience they prefer while maintaining the legacy of excellence created by our traditional newspapers in each market. said Woody.
“I look forward to getting involved in Hall County and continuing to be part of the Forsyth and Dawson communities. This region is my home and I want to help improve it,” she said.
Woody is a Forsyth County native, graduating from North Forsyth High School before attending North Georgia College and State University. She and her husband, Robbie Woody, have four children.
At The Times, Woody will initially focus on advertising, marketing and revenue generation before expanding into other areas of responsibility. In this capacity, she will continue to work with Norman Baggs, who is Managing Director of MMM.