Amanda Lucey, CEO of The Partnership Atlanta, joins Cobb County District Attorney’s Office Family Advocacy Center initiative to engage and educate community on family and domestic violence
ATLANTA – January 31, 2022 – Amanda Lucey, CEO of Atlanta-based marketing communications agency The Partnership, has joined the Cobb County Family Advocacy Center (FAC) as volunteer chair of the Community Engagement, Education, and Outreach workgroup. The workgroup is a community initiative geared towards implementing a public safety model to serve victims of domestic and family violence, child and elder abuse, stalking, and human trafficking.
Lucey’s contributions to the FAC initiative include the guidance, support, and execution of media, external communications, social media campaigns, advertising, education, and awareness on domestic and family violence. In this capacity, Lucey assists in informing and bringing various community, state, and business partners together. She also leads development of FAC’s messaging, marketing, and presentations.
“I am honored to serve the Cobb community in support of the Family Advocacy Center, its initiatives and pursuit of bringing educational awareness to the general public about domestic and family violence,” said CEO of The Partnership, Amanda Lucey. “I look forward to supporting the Cobb District Attorney, Flynn D. Broady, Jr., his staff, and fellow workgroup members for the advancement of the FAC. At The Partnership, our values center around purpose, passion and partnership. Supporting families in the community in which we live and work is a pivotal aspect of our mission.”
A community engagement and educational facility, the FAC is supported with Victims of Crimes Act (VOCA) grant funds and is tasked with highlighting sexual assault and crime through education, engagement, and outreach of its programming and initiatives.
“The Cobb County Family Advocacy Center will serve as a model throughout the state. We are working together to negate the trauma resulting from being a victim of family and domestic violence,” said Cobb District Attorney, Flynn D. Broady, Jr. “As a community, our engagement and commitment will make us all safer and foster growth for our most vulnerable. We welcome Mrs. Lucey to the team. We are excited about the energy, expertise and empathy she brings as the volunteer Chair of the Community Engagement, Education, and Outreach workgroup”.