Jenny Starling Foss
Jenny loves a good story. She believes that everyone she meets has a story to tell, and her job at Statesboro Magazine is to seek out the people whose stories come together to weave the fabric that is Statesboro. Reading Statesboro Magazine was one of her greatest pleasures even before landing her dream job as Editor in 2005. The daughter of a Methodist minister, growing up Jenny lived in towns all over South Georgia, until coming to Georgia Southern in 1980. Living in Statesboro longer than she has lived in any other place, she now calls it her hometown. She spends most of her off-time on the Foss Family Farm and enjoys telling stories with old friends, reading Southern literature, boating at the coast, working in the yard, and fishing in the pond; all past times that are a part of what she considers to be the superior quality of life that the area provides. Jenny serves the community on the Board of Directors of the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market and on the Creek on the Blue Mile Commission. She is past president of the Board of Directors of the Averitt Center for the Arts and the Statesboro Convention & Visitors Bureau. She is a 2002 graduate of Leadership Bulloch.
Senior Creative Director
Hunter is an award winning multidisciplinary Art Director, Designer and Illustrator from Tattnall County, Georgia.
He brings over 10 years of industry experience with advertising, visual communication and magazine design. Ambitious and passionate about everything creative – he sees the world as an elaborate collage - a place where creativity strikes in many unexpected ways. Working with Statesboro Magazine for over five years. He is chief designer for all of Statesboro Magazine’s related publications including Weddings by Statesboro Magazine, Georgia Southern University’s football program – FLIGHT, East Georgia Regional Medical Center’s Physicians Guide, and the Bulloch County Board of Education’s Focus Magazine.
Currently based in North Carolina, Hunter enjoys spending time exploring the creative aspects of the “Old North State” while working with several agencies around the Southeast as a designer and illustrator