Meet Our Board
Our Board is comprised of individuals with a passion for our mission. Southside Support is an equal opportunity organization. If you are interested in joining our board, please email our Executive Director at email@example.com
Our 2022 Board Officers
Kay McInroe - President 2022
Kay McInroe is Fayette County’s premier REALTOR. As the 2019 President of the Fayette County Board of REALTORS, Kay leverages her network to be successful, consistently in the top 2% of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices agents worldwide. Kay is a past REALTOR of the Year and past-President of the Women’s Council of REALTORS. Besides serving on the board of Southside Support, Kay also served as the President of the Kiwanis of McIntosh Trail for two years. Kay donates portions of all her commissions to children’s charities.
Nick Ferrante - Vice President 2022
A rare Peachtree City native, Nick became involved in Southside Support during his run for mayor. Inclusion and diversity were at the forefront of his campaign. His involvement with Southside Support has since grown to become more involved as board member at the end of 2021.
Dr. Angeline Dy - Secretary 2022
Dr. Angeline D. Dy is a podiatrist with a mobile and in-office foot and ankle practice in Peachtree City, Georgia. Dr. Dy and her family moved to Peachtree City upon her husband’s retirement from the United Sates Air Force in 2018. Although her family are relative newcomers, they have been to Peachtree City on numerous occasions over the years to visit family.
Dr. Dy and her family have immersed themselves with life in the “Bubble” and are active in the local community. The family has been involved in recreation rowing at Peachtree City Rowing. They volunteer for their daughter’s volleyball team. In addition, Dr. Dy and her daughter assist with pet care and adoptions for BullyWag Inc. Dr. Dy also offers her services at The Healing Bridge Clinic, providing podiatric care for the underprivileged and uninsured patient population of Fayette and Coweta counties as well as the surrounding counties.
Dr. Angeline Dy recently accepted a position as one of Southside Support’s newest board members. She however, jumped in headfirst to become our interim secretary until voted as 2022 Southside Board Secretary at our annual retreat in November 2021. We are so grateful for Dr. Dy's contributions in her short time on our board. She was instrumental in the success of our Symposium in August 2021 and has helped to get our bylaws and other documents completely up-to-date.
Matt Griffin - Treasurer 2022
Matt Griffin joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 18 out of high school. After 8 years as a combat correspondent, he was honorably discharged and settled in Fayette County. Upon moving here, he joined a family insurance agency and began to get involved with volunteering and fundraising for local non-profit organizations.
In 2013, he began volunteering with Make-A-Wish GA and has helped grant over 30 wishes to wish children. From 2014-2018, he ran a series of comedy shows at The Legacy Theatre to benefit Promise Place that raised over $40,000.
A former professional wrestler, he formed ACTION Wrestling LLC in 2018 where he serves as CEO, promoter & match booker. ACTION runs live professional wrestling events that benefit local non-profit organizations and school groups and has raised over $30,000 to date.
Matt lives in Tyrone with his wife Rebecca, son Brontz, mother-in-law Jan, 3 cats, 1 dog and a fish.
Matt is very good at money, having won the Peachtree City Monopoly Tournament twice. He is also good at food and is the reigning Tyrone Pie Eating Champion. He finished second in a belly flop competition in 2010, an event that still haunts him.
He has been a member of Mensa since 2011.
Our 2022 Members at Large
Karen Amos is a Family Nurse Practitioner who practices in psychiatry at Southern Behavioral Healthcare in Fayetteville, Georgia. Karen has been in the medical field for over twenty years and much of her career and personal life has been dedicated to helping individuals with special needs and their families. Karen is also a parent of a 16-year-old son with autism (Bryson).
Karen is originally from Alabama. In 2013, she was appointed by then Governor Bentley to sit on the Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council, and in 2015 Karen owned and operated an autism center in Alabama, which placed an emphasis on social development and offered children an opportunity to socialize with peers.
Karen has a keen understanding of the challenges families with special needs children experience and most importantly understands the need for these families to have a support system. Karen is excited to be a member of Southside Support and is looking forward to helping families within this community.
Daniel Campen graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2015. Since that time, he has focused his practice on Estate Planning (helping families prepare for incapacity and death). In 2018, his daughter Adaline (3 years old at the time) was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder. At that time, he realized that even though his daughter is high functioning, the impact that having a child with special needs has on the family as a whole, is unmeasurable. Daniel and his wife (Abby) got involved with Southside Support, Inc. through the Facebook page seeking resources and assistance. Seeing the support Southside Support, Inc. provides to families, he wanted to get more involved and began volunteering at events and providing assistance to the community through the Facebook group.
Prior to attending law school, Daniel obtained his undergraduate degree in Business Management and his Masters degree in Finance while working full time for Disney in Florida. Daniel held multiple positions with the Walt Disney Company, ranging from starting with the company as a retail cashier in Tomorrowland, to a retail leader, leading a team of over 200 Cast Members, to a finance/hr role. Although Daniel and his family are no longer in Florida, the parks still hold a very special place in their hearts and they still consider themselves members of the Disney family.
Daniel and Abby met while they both worked at Disney's Hollywood Studios. When Daniel decided to fulfill his lifelong dream of going to law school, they moved from Florida to Georgia. Abby is a Senior Financial Analyst for Chick-Fil-A and has been with them since they moved to Georgia in 2012. They have two young daughters, Adaline and Lyla. Daniel is an active member of Trinity Church in Sharpsburg and sings on their worship team. When not helping families, Daniel loves playing board games (he has a collection of over 100 games) and just experiencing life with his family, whether that is having movie nights together, playing at the park, or just relaxing at home.
Steve Ivory was born the oldest of 3 boys and raised in Long Island, NY and attended high school in St. Petersburg, FL. Steve graduated from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and was commissioned in the US Marine Corps where he served as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer in the Gulf War and then as an operations officer for the Richmond MEPS. Steve finished his service in the Marine Corps after 10 years as a major. Steve completed his MBA at Georgia State University and began work as a manufacturing manager for Photocircuits in Peachtree City. In 2004, Steve began working as sourcing manager and engineering director for Cooper Lighting and is currently the Quality Director at Eaton Wiring Devices.
Steve began serving in the Rotary Club of Peachtree City in 2001 and has been highly engaged in the community since then, helping with many causes. He was president of the Rotary Club in 2020 and 2021 and his club was awarded club of the year. Steve was also awarded the Sheffield Presidential Leadership Award in August 2021 and is an Assistant Governor selectee. Steve was awarded the Eaton Stover Award for Community Service and was recently a RealMeninPink representative for Piedmont Fayette Hospital. Steve is an award winning talent scout for Eaton and is frequently on the Georgia Tech campus and engaged with military veterans to coach them through their careers. Steve frequently hosts international college students for Rotary, is a certified Rotary Youth Exchange counselor and a mentor for the Fayette County School Board. He is currently in training to become a US Naval Academy Blue and Gold officer. Steve has been married to Anna for 27 years and they have 2 daughters in college.
In 2007, I began my Edward Jones career as a financial advisor in Peachtree City. As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe it's important to invest my time in understanding what's important to you. Working closely with you, your CPA, attorney and other professionals, I use an established process to help you build personalized strategies to achieve your goals. We will partner together over the long term to keep you on track. A 1994 graduate of Georgia Tech, I hold a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and I am a 2004 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, holding an M.S. in management. In addition, I received the CFP® professional designation in 2011. My family and I have lived in Peachtree City since 2002. I am an adult leader with the Boy Scouts of America.
Chief Janet Moon
Chief Janet Moon is a 35 year police veteran. Originally from Cedartown Ga, she began her career in the Army, serving as a Military Police Officer in 1985. In 1989 she went to work at the Rome Police Department where she rose to the rank of Lieutenant serving in many divisions of the department. She joined the Suwanee Police Department in 2001 as a Captain over the Field Operations and Communication divisions. In 2006, she was promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief and served as second in command of the department. In August of 2015, she was ready to advance her career and was named as Chief of Police in Peachtree City. She currently resides in Brooks, Ga on her farm with numerous farm animals.
Chief Moon has a Master’s Degree from Columbus State University in Public Administration, a Bachelor’s Degree from Covenant College in Organizational Management, and an Associate’s Degree from Floyd College (now Georgia Highlands) in Criminal Justice.
Chief Moon attended the 205th session of the FBI National Academy, attended Class #11 of the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College, and attended the 23rd delegation of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Executives to Israel.
Chief Moon is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives, Georgia Police Chiefs Association, and serves on numerous professional and community based boards of directors.
Board Officers 2021
Patty Gullick President 2021
Kay McInroe Vice President 2021
Angie DyeInterim Secretary 2021
Hollie DrakeTreasurer 2021
Board Members At Large 2021
from L to R: Karen Amos, Laura Roman Annis, Daniel Campen, Matt Griffin, Steve Ivory, Jay Lerner, Mike Martin, Chief Janet Moon and Frederick Taylor
Board Officers 2020
Patty Gullick President 2020
Kay McInroe Vice President 2020
Ellie White-Stevens Secretary 2020
Hollie Drake Treasurer 2020
Board Members At Large 2020
from L to R: Karen Amos, Daniel Campen, Matt Griffin, Jay Lerner, Mike Martin, Chief Janet Moon and Frederick Taylor