The Board of Directors of the Homewood City Schools Foundation has named Amy McRae as director of the Foundation. McRae, a Homewood resident and mother of two Homewood City School students, has spent much of her career working in fund development, promotion and public relations in both the corporate and non-profit sectors.
A Vanderbilt graduate, McRae spent many years working in the publishing field, planning events and promotional campaigns for Southern Living, Atlanta Magazine and Glamour. She directed community relations and charitable giving at Parisian, the Birmingham-based department store, and served as the development director for Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of the Homewood City Schools Foundation at such an exciting time,” said Amy McRae. “As a parent, I have seen firsthand the positive impact that the Foundation is making on our school system. I look forward to using my professional experience to continue this great work.”
The Homewood City Schools Foundation was established in 1994 to enhance the educational experience of all students in the Homewood City School System. In the past year, the foundation has provided more than $75,000 to fund new technology, educational programs and teacher development.
For more information about the Homewood City Schools Foundation, please visit homewoodcityschoolsfoundation.com.