Secretary: Consuela Reed
Committee Chair: Open
CIDFO Ambassador: Lavon Arnold
Social Media: Open
Volunteer Coordinator: M. Brock
Treasurer: Toni R. Fisher, BS Management with a concentration in Finance and a MBA in Healthcare Management. An ASS in Cardiovascular Sonographer, and is a licensed real estate agent. She has also served in the US Army as a Medical Specialist. Toni is an active member in her church and community. She is a natural leader and teacher who has over 20 years of experience in customer service. She has served in the roles both to patients and clients. Toni is committed to using her knowledge and experience to help in educating her clients. Toni is owner of Liberty Tax. She has combined her medical background and finance degree to create Healing-Finances, a company that will educate individuals on money and money management.
Amealia "Mia" Miller
As an activist and advocate, Amealia Miller has dedicated her time and resources to be an inspiration to survivors of Domestic Violence. Putting her passion for education and community involvement to use, Ms. Miller works to help not only survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking, homelessness and substance abuse but other causes she is passionate about. Ms. Miller has been a part of multiple education and awareness campaigns around these issues for Caring is Doing for Others and other organizations.
She has lent her time and voice to other victim assistance events in hopes of raising awareness and much needed financial support for their programs. Her dedication to providing assistance to sex trafficking, domestic violence and substance abuse survivors speaks to her depth of character and generosity of spirit. She is committed to ending violence and caring for those who have survived it.
In 2014, Amealia took her commitment to a higher and more personal level by founding Caring is Doing for Others. The Foundation's mission is to, educate, empower, and provide basic necessities to survivors and their families transitioning to a life free of abuse.
A selfless woman of God, Amealia is a co-author with eight others of the anthology Love Said Not So which features her short story Faith of a Mustard Seed. Faith of a Mustard Seed is a poignant story of abuse, insecurities within a marriage, love, and the solid rock faith a child has in God. We know that through faith we have the answer to our prayer before we see any change.
Amealia's outreach toward victims of domestic violence has included volunteer activities at the Gateway shelter in Atlanta, administrative duties at a local battered women's shelter, advocating in connection with legislation for victims, and serving as interim Secretary of the Henry Grady NIA -Advisory Board at Grady Hospital. In addition, Ms. Miller serves on the Board of Celebrate Our Children Foundation(non-profit).
She is a membe of the National Association of Professional Women, member of Sigma Beta Delta, and former National Secretary of IMPACT Writers Group. Amealia is the recipient of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women (Stone Mountain-Lithonia Chapter) 2014 Bold and Fearless Advocacy Award in Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking. She was featured in Trendsetters to Trendsetters Magazine (May/June 2015 edition), featured in the 16th Edition of Who's Who in Black Atlanta (February 2016), a featured guest on multiple radio shows and Amealia is most recently selected as Georgia Federation Business Woman of the Year 2016.
Amealia studied World Religion (Leeward Community College, Hawaii), received a Certified Nurse's Assistant Diploma (Wahiawa Hawaii), Registered Medical Assistant Diploma (Georgia Medical Institute), Bachelor of Science in Management( cum laude), Master of Art in Organizational Leadership from Shorter University (summa cum laude), Advanced Certificate in Christian Life Coaching (Light University) and Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS-II) certificate. Amealia is the mother of three grown men and she resides in metropolitan Atlanta.
WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER!