Amiee Sadler has always been passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion. She founded the Gay Straight Alliance at her high school, was appointed as the first student school board members for Metro Nashville Public Schools in Tennessee, and served as an international officer for the United Methodist Youth Organization. She has spoken across the county about the challenges faced by youth in their communities. Amiee holds a degree in Sociology from Columbia State and is pursuing her BSW-MSW-JD from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Throughout her college career, Amiee has received multiple accolades, including election to the Tennessee Board of Regents and Chief Justice of the Tennessee Intercollegiate Student Legislature, honored as an international finalist in the Phi Theta Kappa Prepared Speech Competition, recipient of the Columbia State Outstanding Student in Sociology Award, selected as a Cengage International Scholar, and recipient of the Nashville Pride Scholarship. In 2022, Amiee was recognized as a POINT Foundation BIPOC Scholar, as well as a Zora Neale Hurston Scholar by the Secular Student Association. At the University of Tennessee, Amiee is a College of Social Worker Student Ambassador and serves on the Dean's Student Advisory Council. She is also Executive Secretary of the Coalition of Black Social Workers, an Ambassador for the College of Social Work, part of the Senior Impact Council, and member of the Rocky Top's Leadership Institute. Amiee is a graduate of Nashville Young Leaders Council and was nominated for the Young Leader of the Year in 2021. She currently serves on the board for Nashville Launchpad and Inclusion Tennessee. In 2022, Amiee was recognized as one of Nashville Business Journal's 40 Under 40. She is a member of the 2023 Nashville Emerging Leader Cohort. She currently serves as the Program Manager for The Village, created in partnership with the Nashville Mayor's Office and the Center for Nonprofit Management. She is also a Survivor Advocate at the Nashville Sexual Assault Center, as well as a full time Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion educator.