Marcie Bayne - Executive Director
Marcie has over 30 years of experience in leadership roles in my employment in both organizational structure, advocacy, education, policy and non-profits. I have a BS degree in business with an emphasis is Public Policy and government. I have owned my own businesses which included fundraising and community relations. My career was spent in labor relations educating members regarding the laws which pertained to them and lobbying on their behalf. Advocating and educating are two of my great motivators. I had many opportunities which allowed me to both serve on boards and hold executive director positions. All of the positions I have held in my career, or community service involved working with and recruiting volunteers. We moved to Georgia in 2017 ago and I have spent most of that time networking to meet people in all phases of the work world.
Jen McMullen - Administrative Assistant
Jen has over 15 years of experience in the corporate world working as a business analyst for a software company (though she likes to think she's semi retired these days) she has a BBA degree in marketing from the University of Georgia, loves paperwork, highlighters, and spreadsheets, and is thrilled to have an opportunity to use her analytical brain with the Southside Support family. She's been part of the Southside Support Network for awhile and now a part of the team.
Bobbylee Wargula - Community Outreach Coordinator
Bobbylee has been actively involved with Southside since 2013. When she is not hosting a coffee or helping support a Special Needs parent, her passion and business is art. She is a photographer, crafter, and does multi-media graphics. Bobbylee feels strongly about supporting and giving back to her community. She volunteers for an Atlanta based street ministry, serves as a host for Girl Talk which is a monthly support group for young women in the community, serves on different committees for Dry Bones Ministry GED prom and of course she is now on the board of Southside Support for Special Needs. In addition to her volunteer work and various businesses, she is a parent of three children with special needs and wants to give back to the community which has supported her over the years. If Bobbylee isn’t busy doing any of the above, you might find her out about in town supporting our local shops.