Lifelong Learner, Conscientious, Cat Lover, Enneagram 2
Likes: Exercise, anything glittery, reading, kindness
Dislikes: Frogs, scary movies, staying up late, elitism
Savannah studied International Affairs and History at the University of Georgia. Through her studies, she learned about how the function of a society and its institutions, like the foster care system, could impact people’s quality of life. After graduation, Savannah worked with a family law attorney, where she helped families navigate through the difficulties of divorce, child custody, and family reunification. When Savannah learned about the life outcomes for children in foster care, she decided to leave the legal world and work with Atlanta Angels. Her interest in trauma, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and attachment, as well as her university studies, support her belief that a new foster care system centered around community, empowerment, and hope, can help us achieve a more just and healthy world where everyone can thrive.
Growing up in small rural towns in both Louisiana and in South Georgia, Savannah was instilled with a love of nature and of her community. She enjoys being outdoors and spending quality time with her beautiful, blended family.