The Moms on a Mission include, but are not limited to:
Pamela Gould — “Last year I heard Emmanual Jal speak at Emory University about his life and his mission “to work with individuals, families & communities to help them overcome the effects of war & poverty through education”. I left wanting to do something to help. With little free time or funds (like most busy people), I tried to think of something that would be fun to do, allow me to spend more time with friends & like-minded people and do a little good in the world. Thus, the idea for Potluck for Peace was born and a year later with the help of good friends, has become a reality. Professionally, I am a local Atlanta herbalist who offers private wellness consultations & classes to teach folks how to integrate herbs & other healing ways into their everyday life.” You can find out more about her services at earthmamaremedies.com.
Kathy Braverman Andrews is first and foremost a proud mom of three terrific kids. On the side she is a banker, cook, chauffer and chief operator of a Laundromat. Originally from Boston, Kathy moved to Atlanta in 1987 to get her MBA in Finance from Emory University. Since then she has lived in the Grant Park neighborhood and been an active member of the community. Kathy was a founding member of the Grant Park Parent Network and served on the Board of the Neighborhood Charter School for several years. With regard for Potluck for Peace, thank goodness for good friends who inspire me daily with their kindness. I am excited to be involved in something that will help to make a difference. In her spare time she enjoys running with friends, participating in Fitwit, and attending her children’s athletic and academic activities.