FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Marian Liou is the Founder & Executive Director of We Love BuHi.
For her work with We Love BuHi, she has been awarded fellowships with the Center for Civic Innovation, the Sara Blakely Foundation, and Next City Vanguard. She is the recipient of Creative Loafing Atlanta's 20 People To Watch (2016), an Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Blinkie Award for Best Local Bike Initiative (2016), the Georgia Conservancy Generation Green Longleaf Award for emerging environmental leader in metro Atlanta (2017), and Southern Living's Southerners of the Year (2017). She serves on MARTA's Council for the Arts, which oversees MARTA's public arts program Artbound. She has been a featured speaker at Creative Mornings Atlanta and Pecha Kucha Atlanta.
A graduate of Stanford and Columbia Law School, Marian lives on Buford Highway in the City of Brookhaven with her two boys.
Brandon Ramirez is the Executive Assistant of We Love BuHi.
Brandon currently attends Georgia State University and is to receive his degree in Business Economics. He's passionate about community and how it plays an integral part in shaping the individual.
After graduation, his plan is to pursue a Graduates Program in Economics Development to increase his scope of impact to further positively affect not only his own community, but others as well.
Social Media manager
Jennifer Song is the Social Media Manager of We Love BuHi.
With over 10 years of Social Media experience, Jennifer's known as one of the original Asian-American online content creators with over 38 million views on YouTube. Best known as Jennifer Chung for her original music, she's been invited to the White House by President Obama's White House Initiative for AAPI Heritage Month as an online influencer. She and her husband founded start up content agency, WATS.Media, on Buford Highway in Chamblee, GA.
Eric Sun is the Volunteer Coordinator of We Love BuHi.
As a native Atlantan and local photographer, Eric has a deep passion to empower and advocate for people and their communities. Using his network and creative medium, he has teamed up with many local businesses, creatives, and organizations to visually tell their stories. Some of his photos have been featured in prominent media outlets and magazines such as Christianity Today and The Atlantan.