Sarah Kathryn’s younger sister, Emily, has been working with Eight at Eight Dinner Club on and off since the very beginning in 1998.
At that time, she was in college – and couldn’t understand why her industrious older sister purchased a struggling dating service.
On those nights she leaves her low-key nature at home, Jennifer and her girlfriends can be overheard dishing dating advice over cocktails at one or more – okay, like four – of Atlanta's best venues.
Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, Jennifer is a proud graduate of the College of Charleston. As our Eight at Eight Event Coordinator, she organizes our delightfully delicious dinner parties in Atlanta, Washington, DC, and New York; and carefully chooses charming restaurants and even more charming singles.
The idea is simple - four single men and four single women meet for dinner at eight o'clock for an evening of friendly conversation, good food, and the chance to increase your circle of friends over dinner.
Club members are brought together based on age, mutual interest, and backgrounds.
In fact, the simple dining date is fraught with more dangers than a paratrooper's drop zone.
Because when you're having fun, you're much more likely to find that spark.Babe Scott is the author of "Delicious Dating: The Single Girl's Guide to Decoding Men by Their Wining and Dining Styles," a new book that identifies the 10 Male Food Types and explains what they mean at the table and in bed.This one-time magazine maven is a self-declared manthropologist and culinary Carrie Bradshaw.Due to an increased demand, we broadened our membership to where we are currently accepting singles ages ? who are interested in attending Eight at Eight dinners. Eight at Eight has led to over 300 marriages, thousands of first dates, hundreds of serious relationships, dozens of first kisses, and even a few children.We’ve even been featured in/on/by The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Entrepreneur Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Men's Health, Fox News, New York Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Atlanta Journal, and other local media outlets.After enduring one too many nights eating alone, Emily heard herself think, “I’d pay anything to be introduced to nice people!” Emily attends our weekly Match Meetings and researches each new application.After all, meeting people on a campus with over 30,000 students was practically effortless.However, she spent the following summer on Nantucket – where she knew practically no one and her efforts to make friends fell flat.Her extensive training in The Enneagram and various other personality testing programs and background in interpersonal communication make her a tremendous asset to our company.Happily married to her college sweetheart, the two lived in Brussels from 2004-2009, returning to Atlanta where they are raising two young sons.