Meet The Leaders

Renee Sullivan
Chicktime Macon Founder & Leader
Why I Serve a leadership role with Chicktime:
I actually became interested in Chicktime after researching various social change projects for post doc requirement and hitting brick walls for three previous ideas.  When I found Chicktime through the Volunteer Organization, I immediately went to their website after receiving an invite from Lori Rhodes to check them out.  I learned quickly that they are a national organization but was surprised that no chapter existed here in my town, although there were several in nearby areas.  I emailed Lori and we scheduled a telephone call and the rest is history.  Chicktime met my goals for social change for my post doc but it is much more than just a work project; it is a monthly event that I can proudly participate in as I develop new relationships with volunteers, local agencies, and the girls with whom we serve.  I am looking forward to starting this new chapter and in having strong, committed co-leaders who can help me spread news about Chicktime to others who might also be interested in spending some quality time with girls who enjoy the company of others who see their worth and value.

My Passions and Gifts:

I am passionate about people.  I have a servant’s heart so I enjoy helping people whenever I can, regardless of who they are, where they come from, or what they need.  If I cannot personally help, I am quick to find someone else who can.  I guess that is where the “gift of gab” comes in handy because I can generally talk to anyone.  I am talkative, friendly, and very loyal to those whom I befriend and to organizations to which I am associated.  I am not sure this is a positive sometimes but I am also very hardworking.

Hobbies and Interests:

I have a variety of interests that include genealogy, walking, reading, and when time permits, my husband and I love to go on cruises.  I am very family oriented and enjoy spending time with my twin daughters and their two daughters.


Sierra Martin
Chicktime Macon Co-Leader


Why I Serve a leadership role with Chicktime:
I love Chicktime because it allows me to dig deeper into my community and to be a positive role model for the girls we serve. I am so excited to be on the ground floor of Chicktime Macon and helping to build up our chapter!


My Passions and Gifts:
I am passionate about Girl Scouts and I am very active in it’s leadership. I also work in the nonprofit sector so it’s my passion! My gift is connecting with people. I am a people person! I also have a passion for my community it’s people and I have a gift to be able to communicate with various and diverse people. I love to help bridge gaps!


Hobbies and Interests:
I am leader in our local Girl Scouts which keeps me pretty busy. I am a self-professed Fleetwood Mac enthusiasts and I love spending time with my dog, Louie!


Amy Vail
Chicktime Macon Co-Leader


Why I Serve a leadership role with Chicktime:
I want to be a role model for the young girls in our community. I love to help others and I believe that Chicktime affords me the opportunity to give back to others in a meaningful yet fun way.


My Passions and Gifts:
I am passionate about being help others and caring for those in need.


Hobbies and Interests:
I love to read and spend time with my children and family. I love to scrapbook when I get the chance!

Chicktime Macon:
Volunteer Coordinator- Renee Sullivan
Facebook Manager- Amy Vail
Website Monitor- Amy Vail
Calendar Manager- Renee Sullivan
Treasurer- Sierra Martin
Rising Managing Leader- Amy Vail