Terri Schraudenbach


Terri and her husband, John, grew up in East Point, GA where they were high school sweethearts. They both went on to attend UGA where Terri majored in Early Childhood Education. She spent her career as an elementary school teacher prior to retiring to stay home with her three children. She has lived in Gwinnett since 1982 and moved into Sugarloaf CC in 1998. Terri and John have two daughters (Brooke and Katie) and a son (Adam) who are all married and all have one son and one daughter. In addition to spending time with her family and helping with her grandchildren, some of her interests include watching sports (especially Ga football), playing tennis, Bible study and volunteer work.

Juli Jackson

Vice President

Juli is originally from Indiana and moved to the Atlanta area in 1981. She and her husband Tony Perrigan have lived in Sugarloaf since 2000. Juli is a retired business professional who began her career in banking followed by 25 years in software sales for Unisys, Oracle, and Fidelity Information Services. Juli is passionate about helping others and making an impact in her community. Juli currently serves on the Gwinnett Championship Foundation Board of Directors. She is an avid golfer and tennis player and loves spending time with family and friends. Juli is past President of the Sugarloaf Ladies Golf Association and has served on TPC Sugarloaf Advisory Boards. Juli is a member of Perimeter Church and volunteers in Congregational Care. She also leads a Ladies Bible Study group. Juli graduated from Ball State University with a B.S. in Finance and Business Administration.

Michelle Dickinson


Michelle was born and raised in Miami. She graduated from Florida International University with a degree in Nursing then moved to Atlanta in 1997. She worked at Gwinnett Medical and in 1998 married her high school sweetheart Mike. They had their wedding reception here in Sugarloaf CC when it was a brand new neighborhood. They have been members and active participants in the neighborhood for 20 years. They have 3 daughters who grew up swimming and playing tennis and golf in Sugarloaf. Her volunteer experience includes being a county liaison with Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta, working with Happy Tails visiting special needs children with a therapy dog, giving her time to help with the Norcross Co-op, and now joining WCSCC and the charities they support. Michelle’s hobbies include playing tennis, golf, reading, traveling, and her dogs.

Sandy Elliott


Born and raised in Georgia, Sandy has lived in Gwinnett County for over 40 years. She has three daughters and eight grandchildren. She loves to be with her children and grandchildren and play tennis. She is also a part of the Gwinnett Parks Foundation. She has a BSED from University of Georgia in Health and Physical Education.

Karen Peel

Magazine Co-Editor

Karen was born and raised in Indiana. She has lived in other parts of the country but has been in Gwinnett County since 2004. She has a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University. She has worked in the aeronautical field and in the automotive industry. She has also always been involved in art. Since her childhood, she carried a camera around everywhere she went. After having her two wonderful children and moving to Georgia, she does freelance photography. This has evolved to photography and graphics for the Sugarloaf Living Magazine, whose proceeds go to the WCSCC Charities. Over time, her involvement has grown to co-editor for the magazine. She loves working for the magazine and helping others in the process. She has been married to her lovely husband for over 36 years. In her spare time, she enjoys going to her Bible Study, working out, playing tennis and pickleball, learning to photograph fast cars and sports, and playing with her two Whippet puppies.

Cynthia Fitzhugh


Cynthia was born, raised and attended college in North Carolina. Her 16-year sales career with Union Camp / International Paper carried her to Virginia and Tennessee. She has been retired from the paper industry since 1999. She has been married to Jim for 28 years and they have one son, Brock, who is 22. She enjoys gardening, tennis, traveling and serving as the liaison for the Sugarloaf Women’s Club and Charity Boards.

Alia Ritchey


Growing up in Manchester, New Hampshire, Alia has valued and enjoyed community service work since she was a young girl performing with her dance studio at local nursing homes around the holidays to bring joy and company to the residents there. In high school she created and ran a dance and musical theater program for developmentally disabled preteen girls at New Hampshire’s premium human service provider for which she received city, state and national awards. Alia graduated Vanderbilt University cum laude and received both her JD and MBA degrees at the University of Miami. She worked as a civil defense litigator in Miami for 9 years and was the president of her condo association there for 13 years. She moved to Georgia in 2015 with her husband and first-born son and welcomed their second son a few years later. She and her family have been residents and members of Sugarloaf since coming to the Peach State. Alia is involved with her children's school and loves yoga and Pilates, movies, gardening, decorating, spending time with family and friends and traveling. She's excited to be a member of the Charity Board!

Alexandra Vujovich


Lexie was born and raised in southeast Michigan. She earned a degree in Creative Writing and World Literature and worked as an editor for an ad agency in Detroit. When her children were born she decided to change to a career in freelance editing for magazines and small agencies. She is also trained as a beauty makeup artist but would rather do your Halloween face and body paint. Lexie moved to Georgia in 2019 with her husband and two sons where she enjoys weightlifting, golf, and tennis at Sugarloaf. She loves animals, music, horror movies, pastoral poetry, roller coasters, bad jokes, good ethnic food, and all things Disney.

Ginger Ragsdale

Nominator--Home of Hope

Ginger Ragsdale Barber has been a resident of Gwinnett County for over 25 years. Ginger was born in North Carolina, went to school at UNC-G and graduated in 1976 with a design degree. She moved to Georgia in 1983 and started working with interior design firms as well as local home builders. Sugarloaf has been their home with her late husband, Mike Barber and family of 4 kids since 2000. Other interests and past activities involve playing tennis and enjoying 5 grandchildren. She has been a past chairperson with the Sugarloaf Tour of homes, previously on the board of the Sugarloaf POA and board of the Atlanta SPCA. Ginger is still actively involved with her building company, G. Ragsdale Builders, completing renovations and new construction for the many families of our subdivision and surrounding areas.

Jan McPheely


Brian and I moved to Sugarloaf fifteen years ago with our three children. They are now adults living in the Brookhaven, Decatur area. We are blessed with two wonderful daughters-in-law and three grandchildren. Originally from Michigan, we own a cottage in northern Michigan where we spend as much time as possible during the summer. I enjoy playing tennis and am trying to enjoy playing golf. I also love to spend time with my family, sew, cook, entertain, take walks and read.

Mary Floyd

Nominator--Rainbow Village

Mary is originally from the Charlotte, NC area. She and her husband Tony met in Charlotte and got married in 1989. Career opportunities took them to South Florida and Southern California before settling in Sugarloaf in May, 1998. Mary graduated from Wake Forest University with a Master’s Degree in Counseling and began her career as a licensed counselor. After being a stay at home mom for several years with her 3 children, she became a real estate agent in 2006. Through the years she has helped hundreds of families settle in Sugarloaf and enjoy this incredible community of friendly and generous people. In 2020, Mary and Tony formed their own company - Floyd Real Estate Group. Mary loves spending time with her family including her adult children and 2 precious grandchildren. Her hobbies include running, tennis, and pickleball. Mary joined the Charity Board in 2023 and will be the nominator in 2024 for one of her favorite charities – Rainbow Village.