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Director of Amplify
Allison is an Oklahoma native who has spent the last eight years working in the South. Her commitment to reproductive justice was shaped by her upbringing in a family of strong Latina feminists and the desire to join a movement that represents the intersectionality of our lives. Currently, she is the director of AMPLIFY Georgia, working to protect and expand access to abortion care in Georgia through collaborative campaigns, and sits on the Board of Access Reproductive Care-Southeast. Previously, she worked internationally to promote sexual reproductive health and rights and expand access to safe abortion care, served on the board of the Carolina Abortion Fund, and volunteered as a domestic violence advocate.
State Campaign Manager
I call several places home: Georgia where I live and work, Louisiana where I grew up, and the country of Lebanon where my oldest roots are. Supporting people seeking abortion care changed my life and brought me to reproductive justice organizing. Today I support Amplify partners to build campaigns for community power and policy change in Georgia, and proudly maintain a small consulting service for movement organizations and other teams around the country. I try to facilitate groups to do whole-hearted work by weaving their strengths, values, and vision into new strategies and processes.
YEMISI (YEMI) MILLER-TONNET
Local Campaign Coordinator
Yemi is a Black Queer Femme liberation strategist, abortion advocate, and reproductive justice organizer. Yemi is currently the Local Campaign Coordinator for AMPLIFY-GA. She has a background in intimate partner violence advocacy as a former Legal Advocate with Partnership Against Domestic Violence and Yemi also worked as a bookseller for Charis Books and More, the south’s oldest independently owned feminist bookstore. Yemi began her career in abortion advocacy as a front desk associate at Summit Medical Associates, an abortion clinic in Atlanta, GA. Yemi began her interest in liberation work as a Comparative Women’s Studies major at Spelman College where she concentrated in Black Women’s Activism and minored in French. Also, Yemi sometimes works as a full-spectrum doula supporting marginalized folks through their reproductive journeys.
We bring together reproductive health, rights, and justice (RHRJ) organizations, community leaders, and allies to expand abortion access and advance reproductive justice in Georgia through policy change, culture shift, and education.
We dream of a Georgia where ALL people can make decisions around their bodies, for their families, and their communities, free from stigma, shame, or state and interpersonal violence. We believe that Georgia can lead and catalyze change throughout the South by expanding access to safe, affordable, and dignified reproductive care, including abortion care. By building power across race, gender, sexuality, class, age, ability, and immigration status, we envision a Georgia where everyone not just survives but thrives.
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW was founded
Access Reproductive Care - Southeast (ARC SE) Reproductive Justice NOW was founded