Sally McDaniel:

Board Member

Sally's Photo[2]Sally McDaniel is a graduate of Mount Vernon College and Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. As a trainer and consultant with a major focus on work with Not for Profit agencies, her expertise includes the areas of Board Governance and Organization, Facilitation, Strategic Planning, Management by Objective, and Growing a Not for Profit Agency. Her clients have included Aid Atlanta, Northwest Georgia Girl Scout Council, the Atlanta International Art Museum, Outstanding Atlanta, and Spelman College.

Mrs. McDaniel is an active leader in the Atlanta community. She has previously served on academic, social service, and public and private company boards including, Aid Atlanta, The YWCA of Greater Atlanta, The Georgia Society to Prevent Blindness, The Davison School, The Junior League of Atlanta, UNICEF-Atlanta and The Atlanta Women’s Foundation where she served as Chair.

Sally has received many honors and awards for her volunteer and community work as well as being cited as an Image Maker by the Professional Women’s Directory and has been listed in Who’s Who publications for several years. She was inducted into the YWCA Academy of Women Achievers and received the Racial Justice Award from Women Looking Ahead. The Red Cross, The Atlanta Women’s Foundation, Aid Atlanta, Junior League of Atlanta, and Leadership Atlanta have also recognized her for her service. In 2013 Sally received the Isolene Campbell Award from the Jr. League of Atlanta.

Sally is married to Allen McDaniel and they share an interest in American Impressionist art. Her interests also include travel and sports with a particular interest in the Braves and the Green Bay Packers. They have two children, Jamie McDaniel and Fontaine McDaniel Lee. They are the proud grandparents of four boys.

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