Amari is an alumna of Spelman College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She served the Spelman Chapter of the NAACP as the Political Action Chair and two-term President. Amari has also helped lead efforts to bring awareness to the student basics needs crisis impacting students at HBCUs. Under her leadership the following awards have been earned within the NAACP: The National Membership Laydown Award, the Chairman’s Trophy for the highest membership increase, and the Lucile Black Award for the highest total membership production.
Amari has received several honors such as the Organizer of the Year Award and Reverend Dr. Amos Brown Activism Award. Her hard work and dedication led her to represent the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People at the Women’s March in
Washington, D.C. Amari has worked tirelessly as a social justice advocate, mentor, and a powerful voice within the Georgia Youth and College Division.
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