CGR runs on the energy, talent, and enthusiasm of a large team made up of our 5 Board members, 30+ camp week volunteer staff (click here for the volunteer application!), and a big handful of committed folks who help us to organize camp, plan events, and raise money throughout the year!  If you’re interested in joining the team as a volunteer, whether you can commit 1 hour per year or 5 hours per month, or can volunteer the entire week of camp or just for one afternoon, we’d love to have you!  Check out our volunteer application by clicking the "apply" button below!



Would you like to meet our Board? Read on!

 
 

Amelia RoDgers-Jones

Amelia is one of the founders of Chattanooga Girls Rock, helping to bring the concept to her hometown after seeing the positive effects of similar programs in other cities.  Her time spent in wildly varying industries (from work in social justice based non-profits, to a stint sourcing/buying yellowfin tuna for export in Mexico and everything in between) has prepared her for this adventure about as much as she could have hoped! By day she works as a cheesemaker, and she typically spends the majority of her evenings (when she isn’t working on 1,000 projects) being thankful that her two little dogs make up for in sweetness what they lack in brains.


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sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan is a former elementary school teacher with a degree in Elementary Education with an ESOL endorsement from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, FL. Sarah enjoys attending live shows, concerts and participating in various outdoor activities in her hometown of Chattanooga, TN.


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Amy Nelson

Amy has worked for many local non profits (most recently, the Speech and Hearing Center) serving in outreach, volunteer coordination, and fundraising. 

She has played in bands in Chattanooga since 1998.  

Breast cancer survivor.

Baker.

Animal lover.

Enjoys working with and inspiring girls to be themselves.