Evelyn Mack is the owner of Emackulate Assistants, a virtual assistance company that focuses on administration, marketing, transcription, and related-services for entrepreneurs and small businesses. She cultivated her skills in the above areas, while working in the legal, corporate, educational, and non-profit areas.
In addition to running Emackulate Assistants, she also runs Managing Dreams Entertainment & Consulting, a music business consulting and marketing company, which focuses on providing business assistance individuals aspiring to be in the music industry.
Born and raised in San Francisco, California, Evelyn stepped out on faith and moved with her family to the Metro Atlanta area in 2007. While it seemed like a spur of the moment, crazy idea to both herself and her friends and family, three months after first broaching the idea with her husband, she found herself living in the ATL. Although one of the scariest experiences in her life, leaving her comfort zone and security, she knew it was in God’s plan for her life to make the transition and hasn’t looked back since arriving.
Evelyn attended San Francisco State University, where she majored in Business Administration. She also received her academic certificate in the Music/Recording Industry and her professional certificate in Event and Meeting Planning.
Prior to her transition, she worked for seven years as Program Director for San Francisco State University’s Music/Recording Industry Program, Event and Meeting Planning Program, and also created the Gospel Music Program.
As Program Director, she implemented several new courses, brought in industry professionals, hosted network events, seminars and conferences with industry professionals, and implemented new marketing strategies, all which saw the programs she directed experiencing tremendous growth both in attendance, reputation, and revenue.
Always a giving spirit, Evelyn works tirelessly in her community volunteering as an advocate for children, education, and family issues, as well as volunteering in various ministries. As she looks back on her life’s journey, she realizes that all of her experiences, while some seemed “bad,” were all for the good. She looks forward to using her experiences, skills, and passion to hopefully make an impact on individuals and society, as she pursues God’s plan for her life.