Matt Hermes is the president and founder of the Hermes Realty Group of Keller Williams Realty in Duluth, Georgia. After graduating from East Carolina University, with a degree in Mass Communications, he headed west to fulfill a dream of being a professional golfer and golf teaching professional.
Matt began his real estate career in 2002 and since that time has developed one of the largest real estate businesses in the Atlanta metro market. Matt and his Team of agents have been one of the leading Realtors in the Atlanta metro market since 2002. This success has also allowed Matt to be in the top 1% of all Keller Williams agents nationwide as well as ranked by Real Trends as one of America’s Best Real Agents in 2015.
Matt and his daughter McClain started their own non-profit called “Shoes for the Souls” in 2008 and have collected over 15,000 pairs of shoes that have been donated to the Atlanta Mission to be given to the homeless in the greater Atlanta area.
CPA - Currently employed at Voya since 2001.
Lynn Robinette was born in the small delta town of Clarksdale, MS. After Lynn’s parents were divorced, she moved to Hernando, MS where she graduated high school. After high school Lynn graduated from Christian Brothers College in Memphis, TN with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Accounting.
Lynn was blessed with two children, Stephen and a year later she had Robin. Both Stephen and Robin eventually were diagnosed with Freichiech’s Ataxia. While trying to deal with all of the barriers Lynn and her family had to overcome, she knew that she had to do something so that other families would not have to blindly navigate through the challenges which she had been having to deal with as a single parent.
Lynn’s children were the inspiration of the Wishes 4 Me Foundation. Since the beginning of the Wishes 4 Me Foundation, Lynn have been contacted by hundreds of people throughout Georgia as well as the USA. Lynn is honored to have been in contact with so many people but sad at the same time that so many people have so many challenges. Lynn’s biggest frustration is that she cannot help every disabled person who wish to live actively in the community.