Community Impact Manager
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org & 615-544-4715
Amiee Sadler serves as the Community Impact Manager for the Center for Nonprofit Management and its partnership with the Office of Community Safety at the Nashville Metropolitan Mayor’s Office. Amiee will oversee the programs and strategies of a coalition of minority-led grassroots organizations known as “The Village” and is part of a team working to collectively ‘move the needle’ on community wellbeing outcomes.
Amiee holds a degree in Sociology from Columbia State and is pursuing her BSW-MSW-JD from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Throughout her college career, Amiee has received multiple accolades, including election to the Tennessee Board of Regents and Chief Justice of the Tennessee Intercollegiate Student Legislature, honored as an international finalist in the Phi Theta Kappa Prepared Speech Competition, recipient of the Columbia State Outstanding Student in Sociology Award, selected as a Cengage International Scholar, and recipient of the Nashville Black Pride Scholarship.
In 2022 Amiee was recognized as a POINT Foundation BIPOC Scholar as well as a Zora Neale Hurston Scholar by the Secular Student Association. Amiee is a College of Social Work Student Ambassador at the University of Tennessee and serves on the Dean’s Student Advisory Council. She is also Executive Secretary of the Collation of Black Social Workers, an Ambassador for the College of Social Work, part of the Senior Impact Council, and a member of the Rocky Top’s Leadership Institute.
Amiee is a Nashville Young Leaders Council graduate and was nominated for the Young Leaders Council’s Young Leader of the Year 2021. She currently serves on the board for Nashville Launchpad and in|tn Inclusion Tennessee. In 2022, Amiee was recognized as one of Nashville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. She is a member of the 2023 Nashville Emerging Leader Cohort.