Amber Suitt-Zuehlke is an active member of the ANCS community, with her daughter currently thriving in 5th grade at the school. With a strong dedication to serving the school and its mission, she has been an esteemed member of the ANCS Governing Board or PTCA Executive Committee for 1 year.
Amber’s valuable contributions stem from her unwavering commitment to the children and community of ANCS. Her passion for farm-to-school initiatives, coupled with her fundraising experience and non-profit board background, brings a wealth of expertise to the table.
Volunteering her time as an ANCS Board member is deeply rewarding for Amber. It allows her to actively contribute to safeguarding the remarkable school community she cherishes and appreciates being a part of.
One of the aspects that sets ANCS apart for Amber is the school’s holistic approach, focusing on nurturing the whole child and fostering future leaders with a global perspective. As an avid enthusiast of farm-to-school practices, Amber recognizes ANCS as a shining beacon in that realm.
On a personal note, Amber is a true Atlantan, tracing her roots back four generations in the city. She resides in her family home with her husband and two daughters. Outside of her involvement with ANCS, she finds delight in gardening and occasionally engaging in obstacle course mud runs like Spartan and Rugged Maniac.