Callahan McDonough
  • Female
  • Atlanta, GA
  • United States
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make Art. Live Peace.

Callahan is an artist and serial entrepreneur who has created and directed several businesses including a psychotherapy and personal coaching practice. She has designed and developed large  community art projects as well as her own art : paintings, & floorcloths.  Callahan views social media as way to contribute to a world that works for all, the greater good as well as the individual good.

Finally, she is the proud  mom of her grown son, Zachary, who also lives intown Atlanta. She is happy to be the loving life partner to her husband Bill Pope. Callahan and Bill reside in their wonderful home/studio in the Old Fourth Ward a neigborhood filled with artists and creative events.

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At 8:18am on October 3, 2016, Katherine Mialkowski said…

Thank you Callahan! Excited to be a part of this group of wonderful women. I will try to make it to the new member meeting. Hugs to you too! :D

At 3:27pm on April 19, 2015, Lisa Alexander Streib said…

Thanks Callahan and thanks for all your help!

At 6:00pm on August 20, 2012, Catherine Colpitts said…
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