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David George

President

Contact David about speaking engagements, investment management, and planned giving.

Email: dgeorge@wmu.org | Phone: (205) 408-5501

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Greece. I want to walk where the Apostle Paul walked.

And, of course, I would want to visit the Holy Lands (Israel & Jordan).

Whose investment in you made a significant influence in your life?

My mother, Jackie George. She was the GA Director at 66 Street Baptist. She made me serve as the “Scepter Bearer” for coronation ceremonies. In some way, I am still carrying that scepter for the WMU women who are leading us.


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Amy Cook

Office Manager

Contact Amy about scholarships and grants, information about the Foundation, planned giving, or general questions.

Email: acook@wmu.org | Phone: (205) 408-5525

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?

If I could visit anywhere in the world, it would be Rome, Italy. I would love to tour the Vatican Library and the many cathedrals and churches throughout the city.

Whose investment in you made a significant influence in your life?

My grandmother was the embodiment of the Proverbs 31 woman. I will always remember her life lessons that I learned while sitting on her kitchen counter watching her make homemade biscuits and red velvet cakes. Her modeling of service and sacrifice has stayed with me to this day. I will forever be grateful for her teaching me and encouraging me to always do what is right, regardless of the consequences.


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Maegan Dockery

Donor administrator

Contact Maegan about giving questions, change of address, or updating your mailing preferences. 

Email: mdockery@wmu.org | Phone: (205) 408-5516

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?

New Zealand. I want to visit Hobbiton and bring the Lord of the Rings movies to life.

Whose investment in you made a significant influence in your life?

My campus minister in college taught me that I can do hard things, that getting out of your comfort zone is essential to growth, and that a great sense of humor is the best personality trait.


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Janis Ezell

Marketing Assistant

Email: jezell@wmu.org

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?

There are too many places with historical and literary significance to narrow it down to one. One of my ideal trips would be visiting cathedrals and libraries throughout Europe. The antiquity, artistry, and architecture would be gloriously overwhelming.

Whose investment in you made a significant influence in your life?

So many people have played intricate roles in shaping who I am today—my parents most of all. I am increasingly grateful for the way I was raised and for the love they continue to show me every day. I couldn’t ask for better examples of God’s unwavering kindness.


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Courtney S

Web & Social Media Manager

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Southern Europe: Greece and Italy—seeing the white and blue architecture along the sea cliffs in Santorini, the history and beauty of Italy, and, of course, tasting all the foods!

Whose investment in you made a significant influence in your life?

Many WMU women—from women in the national office who I worked with from 2010-2014 to the people in the Foundation office to the WMU ladies in my churches to my preschool Mission Friends.