Amanda Williams graduated from Troy University in 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work at Capella University. She has a goal of becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Working and volunteering with children has influenced her passion for child advocacy encouraging Amanda to support children and their families within her community. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors with her family and pets.
Breana Cooper, a military veteran, and spouse with nearly 20 years of service, has experience navigating a life marked by transitions and now calls Phenix City, AL, home. Over the last 15 years, she has worked as an emergency room medical professional until making a career transition to the therapeutic helping field to focus on a holistic approach to patient care. After graduating from Columbia College with a Bachelor’s degree of Science in Human Services, Breana gained experience in domestic and sexual violence services and as a court advocate.
Now, Breana is pursuing her Master of Social Work degree at Tulane University with the intention to become a license clinical social worker. She is also serving Tulane University as a MSW Student Ambassador, working as a liaison between the professional students and the MSW academic program leadership. She is very passionate about providing clients with an empathetic safe space with an emphasis on valuing the unique strengths and perspectives of each client. Breana's long-term goal is to establish a program offering comprehensive community resources and support, specifically tailored to assist military spouses and stay-at-home mothers in transitioning back into the workforce or pursuing educational opportunities.
In her free time, Breana can be found enjoying moments with her family and planning unique getaways with her five children. Her hobbies include a love of all sports, especially soccer, attending comic-cons with her spouse, and reading a great book by the ocean.