Earl Walker - CEO / Owner
Earl Walker brings over 30 years of Creative Design and Business Management experience to Image 360-Tucker. He decided to rebrand to Image 360 after successfully running his own business, Indigo Signs, for 15 years. In 2008, Earl realized that a lot of items in the sign industry had become a commodity. He wanted to be able to provide his customers with more than just a “sign” but a complete solution for their visual communication needs. That’s why converting to the Image 360 brand was such a perfect fit. As CEO, Earl will work closely with his team to continue the culture of excellence and to become the premier graphics solution provider in Metro Atlanta. He received his graphics training from Columbia College in Chicago. Currently, he is serving on the board of directors for the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce as the Chair of the Small Business Committee.
Teresa Walker - CFO / Owner
Teresa Walker forms the other half of the energetic husband/wife team at Image 360-Tucker. She brings over 25 years of banking/mortgage experience as the CFO. Being the 1st independent owner to convert to the Image 360 brand and the 1st location in Georgia is only part of the excitement that she plans to bring to the Tucker Center. Focusing on the best solutions and superior service will complete the package. Teresa is also the mother of three daughters (two who have graduated from college and one that is studying at Valdosta State University), an amateur sushi chef and a diehard Atlanta Braves fan. She uses the lessons that life has taught as an entrepreneur to connect with clients on all levels.
Danielle Walker - Vice President of Operations
As Vice President, Danielle Walker oversees daily business operations and helps
guide client projects from inception to completion. Joining the company under the
former moniker of Indigo Signs in 2004, Danielle initially began working as an estimator while completing her business degree at Georgia State University. She helped the development of the business through two different growth periods in 2005 and 2009, and transitioned into a managerial position as her responsibilities in the company escalated. In her current role, Danielle also maintains vendor relationships and assists with new customer acquisitions.