Ginger Wallace

Production Designer

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” - Dr. Seuss.

“Tedd Dekker is a mystery fiction writer. I have every one of his books, but I couldn’t bring them all. I love his writing because it is unpredictable.”

Ginger is our in-house expert on visual branding, production, versioning, templating, file preparation, report building, and so much more. She has a great eye for detail, and uses it to ensure that the brand maintains integrity throughout all materials. From sales decks to spreadsheets to special presentations, her ability to wrangle Microsoft Office is nothing short of incredible. Anyone on our team can tell you: Nothing janky gets past Ginger!

LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/gingerwallace

 

Fun Facts:

Mac or PC: “Mac, all the way.”

Favorite artist: “Ted Dekker is my favorite author.”

Favorite thing as a child: “Camping with my family.”

Special hobbies/interests: “I love to drink coffee and read. It’s my thing.”

Location: Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Other: Ginger is a volunteer producer on the Production Team at OneLife Church in Knoxville. She facilitates rehearsals and ensures that services and special events go off without a hitch. She adds, “And as a bonus, I get to boss people around!”

Ginger married the love of her life in 1985. She has three cherished sons, two daughters-in-law (that she prefers to call daughters), one “most-precious-best-ever” grandson and three grand-dogs that make her life eventful.

Ginger’s values: “Only one God in my life (and my one life can make a difference in others) … Good things can’t become gods … Pure, encouraging speech … Find time for rest.”

“Honor positions not people … I have no room for hate … Protect my heart/protect my spouse … No fraud – don’t take or keep what is not mine … Don’t tell lies or believe lies … The only thing I need more of is Jesus.”

“I hate mayonnaise (even just typing this word makes me cringe) and all other white foods (sour cream, ranch, etc. – blech, blech). Exceptions would be popcorn and vanilla ice cream, but only if the ice cream has something crunchy in it.”