The Norcross Business Association (NBA) is dedicated to connecting and growing business in and around the City of Norcross. We sponsor activities and events to serve the needs of our members. We work with the City of Norcross to bring new business to the area and support the Historic Downtown Norcross Merchants Association.

Our meetings are a chance for business networking and to learn what is happening in the business community. Many of our meeting are joint events with other Business Associations and the local Chamber of Commerces.  This allows us to expand our reach and provide valuable networking for our members.  Watch the web site for details on the next meeting.  Guests are always welcome.


Thanks to everyone who came to the February Joint Networking meeting at Lifetime Athletic

The NBA is working on our 2014 calendar. If anyone had any suggestions or would like to volunteer, please email me at


Mary HEster

Mary Hester is the CEO of LAN Systems, which provides IT solutions in the Greater Metro Atlanta Area. LAN Systems is dedicated to providing business technology that works for people.

As a computer systems expert, Mary works with many companies to get the highest efficiency from people and IT resources. She brings extensive experience managing a support and service group renowned for its "Best in the Industry" rating and standards.  Mary is an expert in customer loyalty and retention. She has designed and delivered numerous training courses and workshops on a variety of topics.

Understanding that service must be consistent and always meet the customer's needs, Mary has developed an unique managed services model that provides personalized, high-quality services throughout the contract period. LAN Systems delivers this program with engineers and computer experts to many industries.

Mary has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MBA from the University of Georgia at Athens. In addition to working with utilities on security and other topics, she is very active in the industry and serves on several committees that address security concerns for public utilities.

Mary volunteers for several not-for-profit organizations that promote engineering education and careers to young people. She is active in promoting engineering as a career to young women.� Mary serves on the Board of Utility Technology Associates,�a not-for-profit dedicated to the advancement of education and training for electric power utilities which conducts the Southeastern Meter School and the Distribution Apparatus School.

You can contact Mary at