Marble Alley Development Team:
Buzz Goss | President
Buzz Goss, President of Marble Alley Development, is also an acclaimed architect known for his restoration of historic buildings throughout the southeast. A graduate of The University of Tennessee School of Architecture, He has been a design architect and a project manager architect on such diverse projects as the historic Burwell Building in Knoxville, TN (home of the historic and world renowned Tennessee Theater), The Church Street building in Nashville, TN and the Jackson Ateliers in Downtown Knoxville, TN. Buzz has over thirty years of experience in the fields of architecture, development, and property management.
An accomplished sailor and certified Coast Guard captain, Buzz enjoys ocean sailing, power boating on Fort Loudon Lake, and international travel. In addition, he enjoys renovating properties he owns with his own two hands and bringing to life his unique vision for living spaces.
Selina Gaia | Office Administrator
Selina Gaia is an invaluable member of the Marble Alley team. Selina handles maintenance coordination, vetting of outside contractors and their administration, receiving payments, deposits, lease signing, background checks, and payroll.
Transplanted to Knoxville as a small child, Selina graduated from the University of Tennessee with a BA in Finance. She enjoys math and anything involving organization. Prior to holding her current position, Selina worked in daycare centers due to her nature to assume “the mom position,” which is apparent by her six animals and large friend group.
Scott Scheinbaum | Marketing Manager/SEO Specialist
Having worked in the marketing management role for such diverse companies as HGTV, Cyberflix, and IdleAire, Scott Scheinbaum is no stranger to effectively delivering a message no matter what the medium. His extensive skill set includes online marketing, SEO (search engine optimization), website creation, copywriting, Social Media management and creation, video production (both for online and offline purposes), and print media.
Scott is an alumnus of The University of Tennessee where he majored in Music Composition and minored in Computer Science. In his spare time, Scott enjoys writing and listening to music, writing screenplays, and anything related to aviation. Scott is a resident of Downtown Knoxville and is active in many charitable and civic causes.
Patrick Hunt | Business Strategist
Patrick has more than 20 years of experience as an executive and entrepreneur in marketing, design and technology. His wide ranging expertise includes user research (field observation, focus groups, surveys, etc.), online brand strategy, information architecture, interaction design, web design, interface development, site analysis, and usability testing.
He has served as CEO of Modern Sprocket, a venture catalyst firm helping to launch new technology companies. Hunt also worked as the former senior director of digital product development at EW Scripps Company and former vice president of user experience and product development at VarsityBooks.com. Over the course of his career, Hunt, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, has consulted with a variety of corporations and startups. With AOL, he worked on global corporate branding projects and the creation of the first Internet-based AOL Small Business portal. He also completed a competitive benchmarking study setting CapitalOne.com against its top 6 competitors, and he worked with Fannie Mae to design a new web-based application that combined the functionality of more than a dozen legacy apps. Hunt’s experience also includes working with IBM, the Peace Corps, Philips, Software AG and Storage USA, as well as numerous government agencies, including U.S. Health and Human Services and the Department of Commerce.
Keith Stewart | Legal Counsel
A graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Law, Keith Stewart is legal counsel for Marble Alley Development. Keith has been instrumental in navigating the complex commercial legal hurdles needed for our projects both large and small. Keith is a former Board of Governors member of Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA), now the Tennessee Association for Justice (TAJ); Co-chair of the Law Office Technology Committee of the Knoxville Bar Association; Managing Associate for Stewart, Cole, Dupree & Roper P, and chair of the Law Office Technology Committee responsible for overseeing and planning the Law Tech Expo each April in Knoxville, Tennessee.
In his spare time Keith enjoys playing basketball twice a week with his colleagues, golf (when its warm enough), and hiking in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Keith is an avid runner, having completed six half marathons in the past 16 mo