About Cléa Hernandez

Authored 4 articles.

Cléa Hernandez is a Savannah-based writer and communications specialist who serves up breaking business news for metropolitan Georgia. After earning a Philosophy degree from Fordham University, she forgot how to do everything but write and ask too many questions. So she became a journalist. Since then, Ms. Hernandez has written for local and national publications, non-profits, higher education, marketing firms, and big business. A recent escapee from the northeast hustle, the south summoned her with a whiff of collaborative innovation and authentic new enterprises.


  • Behind the Cotton Sail

    Features, September 08, 2014

    HOS Management’s flagship hotel in Savannah no longer needs an introduction. The impeccably restored 200 year-old boutique charmer delighted locals and tourists alike from the moment it opened its doors last May.

  • The Science of SelecSource’s Tailored Staffing Solutions

    Features, September 03, 2014

    Back in 2006 when SelecSource – an Atlanta headquartered staffing agency – saw Home Depot’s expansion to Pooler, they knew that following this major client of theirs to the Savannah area would prove wise. Once opening their own office in Pooler to offer professional, skilled, and commercial staffing solutions to the community, the only surprise lay in the absolute perfection of the fit.

  • Coaxing the Wheel of Progress: Greg Parker’s Leadership on Mayor Jackson’s Business Roundtable

    Features, February 25, 2014

    Governor Nathan Deal set a goal to make Georgia the best state in the country in which to business. Our Mayor, Edna Jackson, wants Savannah to be the best city in the best state in which to do business.

  • Mayor Jackson’s Business Roundtable Report

    Features, February 24, 2014

    Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson made a commitment to become more responsive to the needs of local businesses in her February 2012 inaugural address. In observance of her promise, Mayor Jackson assembled a Business Roundtable comprised of local business leaders by July of that year. After persuading Greg Parker, President and CEO of The Parker Companies to chair the Roundtable, a novel collaboration between Savannah’s City government and its business community began to take shape.