The Mister Migs Mascot
Wilbur is a West Highland White Terrier who now carries the title of the Mister Migs mascot. He will be helping to promote an efficient and value-driven operation that encourages young adults to grow and succeed on their own.
Mister Migs gets its name from the original Mister Migs, who had a rough start in life. After being rescued, he became a community-minded entrepreneur. Now a retired Mister Migs mascot, he relaxes with Karen and her family.
Founder and President Karen Lynn has spent much of her 30 year career as an entrepreneur, mentoring young adults with special needs, helping them be the best they can be. Karen combined her passion for dogs and needle arts in launching MisterMigs.com, a business initiative that embraces teamwork, creativity, entrepreneurship and community involvement. Karen and her husband Tim live with their West Highland White Terrier Wilbur, and their four rescued chi chis; MiMee, Miss Daisy, Louey, and the real Mister Migs.
Mary Justman, Vice President, brings over 20 years experience to Mister Migs and Wow In-Sync in the areas of education, marketing, product development, merchandising, and business. Mary has held key positions in both the public and private sector as Academic Program Director, Academic Dean, Merchandise Buyer, Store Manager, Fashion Event Coordinator, and Regional Director of Fashion Group International.™ She holds a BS in Merchandising from Florida State University and an MBA. Mary and her husband live in Conyers with their rescued dog, Max.
As product manager for MisterMigs, Rosemary Hopper oversees design and production for its complete line of Migrubbie fashions and accessories. Rosemary has over thirty years of experience in the fashion industry, primarily in the areas of commercial and specialty design. She is a Master Tailor and has taught her craft as an Associate Professor of fashion design for Bauder College, a post she has held since 1992. Rosemary lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia with her husband, Michael, and is currently looking for a dog in need to share their home and life.