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(435) 214-0816

1060 Canton Street
Roswell, GA 30075

(O) (678) 672-4010
(F) (678) 672-4016


Doug Curling

Doug Curling is the Founder of New Kent Capital and is also a Managing Principal at New Kent Consulting, a business advisory firm comprised of former ChoicePoint executives that works with public and private corporations and private equity firms – providing fee based/equity based governance, business development, data acquisition, privacy, FCRA and operational consulting services.

Doug is the retired President, COO and Director of ChoicePoint Inc, a NYSE technology company acquired by Reed-Elsevier in late 2008 for more than $4 Billion. Prior to ChoicePoint, Doug held a variety of finance and technology management positions with Equifax, RJR Nabisco, Del Monte and Ernst & Young.

Curling serves on the Board of CoreLogic (NYSE:CLGX) and Aaron’s, Inc (NYSE:AAN) – as well as a number of private company Boards/Advisory Boards including Carpe Data and QA Symphony. Additionally, Doug is active in the non-profit community and serves on Boards/Advisory Boards for GivingPoint, The Cottage School, Positively Roswell, and Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business. He is a frequent speaker on leadership, entrepreneurship and privacy.

Doug is a graduate of Virginia Tech (BS – Accounting, MS – Accounting) and is a CPA. He lives with his wife Donna (37 years) on a quiet street in Roswell with a menagerie of pets as well as large collection of guitars and fly rods. They have three adult children.


(415) 935-3836

1060 Canton Street
Roswell, GA 30075

(O) (678) 672-4012
(F) (678) 672-4014


Michael Curling

Michael is the Vice President of Investments for New Kent Capital where he develops and implements portfolio investment strategies and manages external banking relationships. Michael graduated from Virginia Tech with his MBA in May 2010 and served as the Co-President for the MBA class.

Michael received his undergraduate degree from The University of Georgia  where he was active in the Terry College of Business and met his wife Randi. Michael and Randi have three beautiful daughters – Avery, Emerson and Collins. He is interested in commercial real estate, and microcredit as a tool for international relief.

Michael serves on the Board of Directors for Amigos for Christ as well as Roswell CVB.

Office Manager


1060 Canton Street
Roswell, GA 30075

(O) (678) 672-4013
(F) (678) 672-4014

Ashley Curling


Ashley is an office manager at New Kent Capital where her duties range from bookkeeping to procuring digital marketing materials, as well as data analytics and other office managerial tasks.   Until recently, Ashley lived in New York City and worked exclusively as an opera singer, and she has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University in Bloomington. In addition to her primary responsibilities, she is also in charge of developing and maintaining company web pages and social media.  She currently serves as Vice President for the Board of Trustees at Georgia Ensemble Theatre, and is on the board of the Roswell Arts Fund.

Ashley was seen in the Atlanta Opera’s productions of La Traviata (as Annina) and Madama Butterfly (as Kate Pinkerton), and was most recently seen in Loft Opera’s production of Macbeth (as Dama di Lady). She was awarded grants from the Wagner Society of New York in both 2015 and 2016, and has received numerous awards from the Metropolitan Opera National Council, the Violetta Dupont Competition, the Metropolitan International Vocal Competition and the New York Lyric Opera Theatre. Other operatic credits include the Marshallin (der Rosenkavalier), Suor Angelica (Suor Angelica), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), the Countess (le Nozze di Figaro), Desdemona (Otello), Susannah (Susannah), Alice Ford (Falstaff), Micäela (Carmen) and Mimì (La Bohème). The best part of being an opera singer is traveling – I’ve sung in Italy, France, England, Wales, Israel, Aspen, Savannah, Houston, Chicago, San Francisco to name a few! However, Dorothy said it best – “there’s no place like home”.

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I am no longer a puppy, but a massive full-grown German Shepherd. But I like that photo, so i’ll let it slide. Oh, I also like tennis balls, so throw one with me please?

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