Regional Program Coordinator, Resilient Georgia
Nikki Warner has served as a trained mental health counselor for nearly a decade working to expand accessibility to mental health support. As Regional Program Coordinator at Resilient Georgia, she plays an integral role in the organization's statewide coalition building efforts.
Prior to joining Resilient Georgia, Warner was an academic counselor at Georgia Southern University and also previously worked with the Georgia APEX Project where she traveled to public schools in southeast Georgia to provide mental health support and counseling services to K-12 students.
Originally from Illinois, Warner earned a Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Illinois and went on to complete an M.Ed. in Counselor Education with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health from Georgia Southern. She has completed trainings in trauma-sensitive yoga, mindful leadership, and Community Resiliency Model. She is also a poet, a group fitness instructor, and a trauma-sensitive yoga instructor. Warner resides in Savannah with her husband and their three pets, Atticus, Scout and Juniper.