Episode 34: Amanda Camp – Courage of Persistence

Amanda Camp is a native of Carroll County, Georgia and graduated from the University of West Georgia with a degree in psychology and a minor in sociology.

Amanda served on the board of the National Alumni Association with the University of West Georgia and on the public relations committee for the College of Social Sciences. She was the president of Prevent Child Abuse Carroll for over 10 years. Amanda was one of the first female members allowed into the Carrollton Civitan club and was the first female president of the club.

She served as the Executive Director for the Carroll County CASA program (Court Appointed Special Advocate for children in foster care) for 17 years before coming to Coweta CASA in November 2017. Since coming to Coweta, she has completed Leadership Coweta and serves on the board for Coweta Family Connection, and will serve as board chair starting in July.

You can find out more about Coweta County (GA) CASA at their website: http://cowetacasa.org/ or by searching for CASA in your home town.

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  1. Julie Ziadeh

    Thanks, Coach Harlan, for your thoughtful discussions on the Courage to Lead. I enjoy listening to your podcasts but became a huge FAN of yours when I decided to dig deep into research on the types of everyday courage you discuss with your guests. The model you share of moral courage, disciplined courage, intellectual courage, and empathetic courage is simple to understand and thought-provoking when applied to one’s own life. Leading does take courage! Thank you for giving me an invitation to spend time in reflection, be your guest, and examine where I’ve led and missed opportunities to lead with courage.

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