Laurie Beth Jones Welcomes Dynamic Duo Greg and Susan Ligon

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Laurie Beth Jones is excited to bring Greg and Susan Ligon to share with you on her show this week.  They have both been part of amazing projects through out the Christian Community and are sure to be a blessing to you as well. 

Susan Ligon has been a part of the Christian publishing industry for more than two decades.  Susan currently gives leadership to the Ligon
Group, a literary branding firm based in the Dallas, Texas area.  Ligon Group’s primary client is Thomas Nelson Publishers, for whom Susan manages the Max Lucado brand and brand team.  During her career Susan also spent time at Baylor University as Director of Student Foundation, an elite student organization involved in recruitment, fundraising and student activities.

Greg Ligon has been with Leadership Network since 1997. He currently serves as Vice President & Publisher. In this role, he manages the
Innovative Practice Leadership Community Program, provides leadership for the InnovationLab & oversees the organizations publishing partnerships. Greg is also one of the authors of The Multi-site Church Revolution & A Multi-site Church Road Trip. Prior to joining the LN team, Greg was responsible for creating and directing the United Methodist Campus Ministry at Southern Methodist University in Dallas for seven years. 

Greg and his wife, Susan, have two full-throttle boys, Daniel and Andrew.  Their mission is to encourage and coach their  family & others as they discover their unique place in the Kingdom & live it fully. They are wired to help others see what could be & develop pathways to that desired future.  In addition to their primary work with Thomas Nelson & Leadership Network, they have consulted with a variety of authors & non profit organizations assisting them in clarifying their message & mission.

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