Sunny-BaileySunny Bailey, owner of Naylor Hall, serves as a board member of Roswell Economic Development and Tourism, Inc.—the board of directors that oversees Roswell Inc and Visit Roswell. In 2009, Sunny purchased the 180 year old home and restored the property to turn it into a special events venue.

“Having seen more tears of joy than you can imagine, I still find myself shedding a few of my own”, Sunny admits.  As both owner and manager, she is able to offer her extensive wedding experience to create memorable and timeless events that families cherish forever. “This home becomes their home for their special night. That is how we want the experience to unfold for the bride and groom’s family as well as their guests.”

Sunny loves handling all the endless details of a wedding and reception so the bride and groom can actually enjoy the biggest night of their lives, and be a guest at their own party.  They have assembled an amazing team of wedding professionals that are simply the best in the industry! Over the years of weddings and parties, Sunny has developed a close-knit community of Naylor Hall alumni.  Walking down Canton Street on a night off, it is common for her to be approached by people asking if she remembers their wedding. Invariably after a moment’s thought, she will recall a special memory or share a favorite story.  For Sunny, Naylor Hall is all about creating community, and once you’ve been married at Naylor Hall you are part of their family.

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Misty-FernandezMisty Fernandez is currently an Area Manager for Georgia Power Company. In this role, Fernandez works with local, regional and state leaders to advance and implement operational, economic, community and charitable programs and strategies for the North Fulton and North Dekalb regions. 

Prior to her current role, Fernandez worked as Assistant to Georgia Power’s Senior Vice President of Charitable Giving and President and CEO of the Georgia Power Foundation. Fernandez helped to lead charitable giving, volunteerism and community relations efforts across the state of Georgia. 

Fernandez has held multiple roles in Georgia Power’s Customer Service organization, supporting the delivery of superior customer value across the company’s customer service channels. She also worked in Georgia Power’s Environmental Affairs organization, ensuring the company’s compliance with state and federal environmental regulations.  

Fernandez is a graduate of several leadership programs and was recently recognized by the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility as one of 40 high-achieving Hispanic professionals in the U.S., and she was also recognized as one of the 50 Most Influential Latino Leaders in the state by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. 

In addition to serving as a board member for Roswell Economic Development and Tourism, Inc., Fernandez serves on the board of directors for the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce, North Fulton Community Charities, the Latin American Association, Caminar Latino and Amana Academy. She is a member of the Citizens of Georgia Power and was the inaugural recipient of Georgia Power’s A Citizen Wherever We Serve Community Impact Award. Fernandez is also a former C.A.S.A, having advocated for foster children who are victims of abuse and neglect.