MEET OUR FOUNDERS
Amy Wilson is an award-winning teacher with over 15 years of professional experience in the classroom. In addition to working with gifted students, she has served as a teacher support specialist, assisted school administrators in program audits and the comprehensive gifted testing process, been a panel leader for DeKalb County's parent support group for the gifted, written successful grants to obtain funding for school projects, participated on a committee of 11 selected educators to rewrite and develop the policies and procedures for the DeKalb County Gifted program, served as assistant principal of s summer school program, and advised future K-8 teachers as an adjunct college professor.
An active member of her community with a strong interest and involvement in philanthropy, Amy co-ordinated over 250 community volunteers in a Hands On Atlanta event.
Amy has a Master of Education in Elementary Education with Certificates in Gifted Teacher Support and Administration. She also has a Specialists Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from a private university.
Amy is currently the Excutive Director of the Rhame Family Foundation, an Atlanta area non-profit organization specializing in children's educational needs.
Amy lives Atlanta with her husband and three children.
Amy can be reached at email@example.com
Beth Deery has taught Art for six years at Oak Grove Elementary
School. She has 14 years experience working as an Art Educator.
Beth previously taught at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic School in Sandy
Beth grew up in Atlanta attending Sagamore Hills Elementary and Briarcliff High School. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Art History in 1991. She worked as a photographer for Atlanta Magazine from 1992 to 1995. Beth received a teaching certificate in 1995 from Georgia State University in K - 12 Art.
Beth lives in Atlanta with her husband and two daughters.