Foundation welcomes Amanda Goedert

The Foundation is excited to welcome Amanda Goedert to the staff as our Executive Support Specialist.

This position will serve the administrative support needs of David Snipes, Susan Cothern and Brad Crossley.

A native of Mount Airy, Amanda resides in Huntersville with her husband, Jerry. The Goederts have been foster parents with Mecklenburg County for the past 10 years and adopted a son through that service. Community involvement has always been a source of pride for Amanda.

“I see this position as an opportunity to continue serving,” Amanda said. “I look forward to working alongside all of you in this ministry.”

Amanda has also served the homeless with Block Love Charlotte for several years, and is currently involved with the Lake Norman Elks Lodge #392.

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Amanda!

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