Board of Directors

Amy Burton Storey

Amy Storey has more than 25 years of experience in integrated marketing communications, working for global public relations agencies, corporations and book publishers, including KEF Media, Weber Shandwick, MSL Group (formerly Manning, Selvage and Lee) and HarperCollins Children’s Books. She is currently an independent consultant and has worked with organizations such as Eerdmans Books for Young Readers and Peachtree Publishers. 

In her work, Storey has teamed with leading international companies and brands such as Brinker International, Coca-Cola, Cox Communications, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Proctor & Gamble, Philips and Porsche as well as some of the most classic brands (e.g., Goodnight MoonCharlotte’s Web, Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein) and leading names in the literary and entertainment worlds, including New York Times bestsellers Isabel Allende, Jamie Lee Curtis, Mary Engelbreit, Neil Gaiman, Emeril Lagasse, Shel Silverstein, Lemony Snicket and Rosemary Wells, among others.

A native Louisianan, Storey is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in English – Creative Writing. She lives in Griffin, Ga. with her husband and son.   


    • President/CEO
      Davida Morgan Washington 


    • Operations Coordinator
       Leslie Vestal 

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    • Partner Engagement Coordinator
       Cheryl Scramuzza 

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    • Volunteer Engagement Manager
      Michelle Maddox 

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    • Volunteer Coordinator (SW Georgia)
      Edwina Turner 

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    • Administrative Assistant Publications
      Olivia Ramfos 

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    • Database Management
      Glenda Cofer 


    • Community Engagement Coordinator (Atlanta, GA)/Grants Coordinator
      Jervonia Melton 

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