Resilient Middle Georgia
Amanda Juarez joined Resilient Middle Georgia in June 2022 as a project coordinator on contract with Macon-Bibb Area Community Partnership. Amanda coordinates Resilient Middle Georgia’s daily operations, rural collaboration, awareness and outreach, and grant requirements. A graduate of Middle Georgia State University, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. While in school, Amanda collaborated with several local agencies to promote mental health awareness, focus on trauma-informed care, and to build resilience and healthy coping skills within the community. She is a member of the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA), a member of the alliance for the Macon Mental Health Matters initiative, and is part of the Community Engagement, Education, and Outreach workgroup for One Safe Place Macon.