Amari J. Fennoy is an alumna of Spelman College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and the University of Missouri-St. Louis with a Master of Education in Special Education. She has an eight-year history with the NAACP. She served as the State Coordinator for the Georgia State Conference of the NAACP, President of the Georgia Youth and College, Vice President of the Georgia Youth and College, Spelman Chapter of the NAACP as the Political Action Chair, and two-term President.
Under Amari's leadership, the Spelman Chapter earned the National Membership Laydown Award 2018, the 2019 Chairman's Trophy for the highest membership increase from 2018-2019, and the 2019 Lucile Black Award for the highest total membership production. In addition, Amari was recognized for her efforts with honor for the 2019 Regions 5 Youth and College Organizer of the Year Award, the 2019 Reverend Dr. Amos Brown Activism Award, and represented the NAACP during the 2019 Women's March in Washington, D.C.
Her hard work and dedication led the Georgia State Conference to several record-breaking victories for the 2022 Georgia Midterm Election and Georgia Senate Runoff. Amari has worked tirelessly as a social justice advocate, mentor, and powerful voice within the Georgia State Conference. She brings many leadership strengths to the NAACP organization and the community around her. She has a heart for her work, and her passion goes far beyond catering to the state of Georgia