GEORGIA GIRLS: Katharine Voyles Mobley of Woodstock, GA

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GEORGIA GIRLS: Katharine Voyles Mobley of Woodstock, GA

Georgie Girls Katharine Voyles Mobley Name: Katharine Voyles Mobley

Hometown: Kennesaw, GA

Current town: Woodstock, GA

Years at UGA: 1994-1998

School: Terry College of Business, Marketing

Family: Fun-filled Mom of two boys (11 & 8) Oldest Middle Name Brooks for Brooks Hall, Dogs (Buttercup & Baxter – yes for Baxter St. in Athens), Loving wife, Marketing Mixologist (aka CMO) for WeCareCard – think GoFundMe meets MasterCard®


Describe Athens in three words:

Eclectic, Timeless, Charming


Share a favorite memory from your time at UGA: 

That is EASY – UGA vs. Tennessee October 7, 2000 – UGA beats Tenn 21 – 10 for the first time in 12 years – we jumped the hedges and took to the field. Not going to lie it was a bit scary being near the goal post when it came down but seeing it carried thru the streets of Athens while the crowd chanted “It’s great to be a Georgia Bulldog” over and over was something that will always stay with me.


Band you heard while living in Athens:

Mel and the Party Hats, Nathan Shepard, and of course Widespread Panic (who can forget that infamous FREE concert)


A favorite restaurant in Athens:

Everyday – Sons/Steve’s – you couldn’t beat 32oz of cold beer, hot fries and crispy chicken fingers. Special Occasions – The Last Resort, East West Bistro (best sesame crusted chicken EVER – if they still serve it)


A favorite shop in Athens:

Sadly it isn’t around anymore. Junkman’s Daughter’s Brother – Now it is the UGA Bookstore – my kids LOVE IT!


One thing few people know about you:

I was declared a ward of the court at 13, lived with multiple families until I graduated high school and put myself through college via scholarships/grants/loans and working my butt off as a waitress!


Favorite books and blogs:

Any book by Max Lucado, Atlanta Tech Blogs and


Describe your typical Bulldog game day:

Rise before sunrise, grab a Chick-fil-a biscuit, find the perfect tailgating spot (just off Hull Street), hang out with friends and drink a few cocktails, head in for kick off and cheer for the DAWGS!


Share a tailgate recipe:

Complements of my mother

The Perfect Bloody Mary

1 Lemon wedge or 1 Lime wedge

2 oz Vodka

4 oz Tomato juice

2 dashes Tabasco Sauce

2 tsp Prepared horseradish

2 dashes Worcestershire sauce

1 pinch Celery salt

1 pinch Ground black pepper

Garnish with Pickled Okra – or celery for those less brazen



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