Taylor Hundley was born in Louisiana and raised in Ware County. She is a 2006 graduate of Ware County High School and graduated from Valdosta State University in 2010 with a B.A. in Criminal Justice and in 2012 with a M.S. in Criminal Justice. After graduation, Taylor began a career with the Waycross Police Department as a patrol officer and eventually became a detective in 2016. She became a Special Agent with the GBI in 2019. Taylor tells us she is thankful for God’s love and all the opportunities He has given her in life. Taylor loves animals and is a big advocate for adopting from the local shelters. She and her husband, Dave, have three pups: Hero, Lady, and Pepper. She is a UGA fan and believes Fall is the best season. She also enjoys traveling and spending time at the beach.
Seth Hullander was born and raised in Catoosa County, Georgia. He is a 2009 graduate of Ringgold High School. He attended West Virginia University for two years before graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a B.S. in Criminal Justice. He began his career in public service as a dispatcher in Catoosa County, Georgia while finishing his four-year degree. Seth was employed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in 2014 where he began his career at the Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center (GISAC) in Atlanta, Ga. In 2016, he was moved to a Special Agent position with the GBI. Seth has always been encouraged by his wonderful and loving family, who still primarily resides in Catoosa County, Georgia. Like the more intelligent portion of his family, Seth is a “die-hard” Tennessee Vols fan (the defectors will not be mentioned). Seth has travelled to just about every state in America, going on multi-week road camping trips, and has been to multiple foreign countries. When not working, he enjoys spending time hiking with one of his dogs “Kota”. The other pup, Maggie, is a 12-year-old pug, and walks away with an eye roll when he asks if she would like to go hiking as well.