Amelia spent her career in emerging, high-growth technology businesses working both as a consultant and in executive management, including as President & COO of a US-based tech and manufacturing company. She’s currently semi-retired and serves on corporate Boards.
Valuing the significant and transformative work of non-profits, she has been a volunteer as well as Board member for several organizations, with a focus on conservation, animal welfare and green business initiatives. One of her favorite experiences was as a volunteer with the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Amphibian Conservation Program working with endangered frogs from Georgia, Central and South America and traveling to Panama to support in-country projects.
She and her husband continually strive to create a wildlife oasis and restore the natural ecosystem on their Tallahassee property. They enjoy traveling, hiking, wildlife photography, and spending as much time as possible at St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge as well as state and national parks.