Meet our Members

 

   Amanda Creamer

1. Who are/were your role models for "giving back" to your community and how did they influence you?
I am friends with Jennifer Grosswald, daughter of one of the Women's Fund founders, Lynn Eisenberg. I have watched Jennifer and her family generously donate their time over the years with many philanthropic and community causes and events.

2. What issues impacting women & girls are you most passionate about? Do you have any personal connection to any of these issues?
Providing child care for underprivileged women or women in need, particularly young women and teenagers, is vital to the continued success of women in our community. Many girls and women are unable to work consistently because of a lack of child care and a lack of ability to pay for that child care. As a result, these women fall through the cracks, as do their children.

3. What would you tell other women and girls about The Women's Fund to encourage them to get involved?
Great and easy way to provide support to other women in the community - it's a local organization, the grants are local and the impact can be seen locally.

4. Tell us a little bit about yourself: 
I'm an attorney specializing in estate planning. I am active in several community organizations, including the Forsyth Humane Society, the Komen Fund and Senior Services. I enjoy spending time with my children, traveling, yoga, gardening, reading and shopping, not necessarily in that order!

 

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