Max and Nina Myers are the owners of Class 101 North Atlanta. They relocated to Atlanta in 2015, and they are excited to be a part of bringing Class 101 to the North Atlanta area.
Max grew up on a working farm near Morrisonville, IL, where his family was a member of the local United Methodist Church. He served in the U.S. Army as a crane operator from 1971-74, and later was commissioned in the Illinois National Guard as a Chaplain Candidate. His formal education was received at North Central University and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. As an ordained Assemblies of God pastor, Max has served growing congregations for 27 years. Since 2007, Max has served as director of a Ministry School in Mechanicsburg, PA. Max has his private pilot’s license and loves to fly. In recent years, Max’s passion has been to see a transformation of culture. This has led to his decision to run for the office of Governor of Pennsylvania, in the 2014 election.
Nina is from San Francisco, CA and attended Joliet College where she earned her nursing degree. She worked as a nurse and has owned several successful businesses. She also coordinates event planning and donor management for a non-profit organization.
Max and Nina are aware that families are overwhelmed with the college planning process and tuition costs. They know that through Class 101’s proven methods they can be a source of information and support, and they enjoy working with students to help them meet their educational goals.
The Myers are the parents of Renae and Jeffrey, who have completed their college journey. They also have five grandchildren who will soon begin the search.