Amiee Sadler has always been passionate about diversity and inclusion. From a young age she worked to foster allyship in her communities. She founded the Gay Straight Alliance at her high school and was appointed as the first student school board member for Metro Nashville Public Schools. She was an international officer for the United Methodist Youth Organization and spoke across the country about the challenges faced by youth in the church and in their communities. Amiee received her Associates Degree in Sociology from Columbia State Community College.
She has served in various leadership roles across the state, most recently as the Community College Liaison for the Tennessee Board of Regents and Chief Justice of the Tennessee Intercollegiate Student Legislature. She is an international finalist in the Phi Theta Kappa Prepared Speech Competition, the Recipient of the Columbia State Community College Outstanding Student in Sociology and Social Work Award, a Cengage International Scholar and the recipient of the Nashville Black Pride Scholarship. She is a recent graduate of the Young Leaders Council 75th Class and will be interning with the Board of Nashville Cares.
She is currently the Education and Research Manager for people3, a full service diversity and inclusion firm in Nashville,TN.