Mylie Johnson, President 2019-20
Mylie has around 20 years of experience working and volunteering with children and youth in many different settings including the classroom, assisted home living, daycares, and even the great outdoors at residential camps. In 2007, Mrs. Johnson graduated from Jacksonville State University with her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She has been active in the Calhoun County Community since she graduated and has served in many leadership positions within her Greek chapter at Jacksonville State University and as several leadership roles within the Junior League of Anniston-Calhoun.
Amanda Faye Currie, President Elect 2019-20
Amanda has over 10+ years of experience volunteering with children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, being a big sister, and raising awareness for individuals who have suffered from traumatic brain injury. Ms. Currie graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in social work and communication studies with a minor in deaf education. In 2019, she graduated with a master’s degree in social work with a focus in organizational leadership and a certificate in human services management. Since graduating, Ms. Currie has been an active member in the League and has served on several committees, held the New Member chair position, and served as the New Member class president.
Jennifer Grant Jones, Secretary 2018-20
Jennifer currently serves as the Secretary for the Junior League of Anniston-Calhoun, has previously served the Board as Treasurer-Elect and Treasurer. Jennifer has worked for the past 4 years as a banker with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. serving customers in Jacksonville, Piedmont and now Anniston, Alabama. Ms. Jones was a member of Delta Zeta Sorority while at Jacksonville State University from 1999-2003, she has served as an alumna adviser for several years to help coordinate recruitment activities & help with social media & PR directives. Jennifer graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Communication, with a minor in English, from Jacksonville State University in April of 2003.
Lauren Ledbetter, Vice President of Community Impact 2019-21
Lauren grew up in Calhoun County and graduated from Jacksonville State University in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science. She then graduated from the Birmingham School of Law in 2012 and has been practicing law ever since in Calhoun and surrounding counties. Prior to moving back to Calhoun County, she worked in different law firms in Jefferson and Etowah Counties. In 2014, she opened her own firm, The Law Office of Lauren Ledbetter Freeman, LLC, where she primarily focuses on family, juvenile, and cirminal law. Lauren serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Second Chance, Inc. In 2017, she joined the League and immediately began participating in all the aspects of Community Impact. For the 2018-2019 league year she served as a co-chair for the Girls Graduate (G2) program and was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award. Because of her work in the juvenile courts, the G2 program is important to her as its primary focus is to help all at-risk girls to graduate from high school. Lauren is a member of Northside Baptist Church. She has a daughter, Chloe, who is ten years old. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and traveling.
Linda Reeves, Vice President of Membership 2018-20
Linda has worked at Jacksonville State University at the Houston Cole Library for 10 + years, in the Multi-Media Lab. Ms. Reeves is originally from Geneva, Ohio, but has lived in Jacksonville, AL for the last 10 years. She also has four handsome sons with careers that range from computer engineering to lead trumpet player at the Jacksonville High School. Linda loves community service and advocates for domestic violence. On her free time, she is a very thrifty shopper and loves to shop at thrift stores and hometown boutiques. She is also a huge Jacksonville State Gamecock Fan!
Holly Hurst, Vice President of Procurement 2018-20
Holly has 7+ years of experience in Inventory and Supply Chain Management through her tenure at Honda Trading America Corp. This experience includes managing $10 million dollars of raw materials through weekly reconciliations and annual SOX audits. For over 10 years, she has served in a leadership position within her Greek chapter at Jacksonville State University from chapter President to her current position as the Risk Management Alumnae Advisor. Mrs. Hurst continues her education, as she will receive a Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems Technology degree in 2020.
Candace Finley, Vice President of Public Relations 2019-21
Candace is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Business Marketing Education. She teaches Marketing and Television/Video Production at Oxford High School. Before landing this "dream job", she was a technology trainer for Apple, Inc. in both Georgia and Alabama. She joined the League in 2016 and is dedicated to continuing the empowerment of women.
Brittany Birchfield, Treasurer Elect 2019-20
Brittany is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor's degree in finance. Ms. Birchfield has been employed for 5 years with NobleBank & Trust and is currently the Accounting Specialist for this institution. She has had a volunteer heart her whole life and has taken several domestic missions trips with her church to build houses and care for the elderly. She joined the League in 2017 and has thoroughly enjoyed it and looks forward to taking more of a leadership role.
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